30th Annual Kids Day in the Park

Hosted by the Cordova Community Council, Kids Day in the Park is an informational festival, a health and resources fair and entertainment palooza with hands-on, engaging activities. This year’s theme is: Superheroes! Join us at Hagan Community Park on April 27 to see what the fun is all about.

Community Yard Sale

Looking to clean out your closet for some extra cash but don’t want the hassle of hosting a yard sale? Take advantage of our advertising and join us for Cordova’s Annual Community Yard Sale. Shopping is FREE or you can reserve a 15’ x 15′ outdoor space for $20.

Hoping to give back to your community but don’t have time to be a vendor? Donate your items to the Neil Orchard Senior Activities Center to sell. Tax-deductible donations can be dropped off at the front desk beginning April 30.

Cordova Cares FunFair

Cordova Community partners have come together to support the Law Enforcement Chaplains Sacramento. 100% of the proceeds will go towards the purchase of a Community Support Vehicle which will serve the residents of Sacramento County and surrounding areas. FunFair activities include train rides, animal petting at the Hagan Community Barn, bounce houses, and first-responder displays including Rancho Cordova PD’s K9, Sac Metro Fire, and the Sac County Park Rangers! Operation Lifesaver will also be onsite with safety materials to help teach kids how to be safe around railroad tracks.

Wristbands for this special event are $10 and hot dog lunches are $5. This event is made tax-deductible through the Rancho Cordova Rotary Charitable Foundation.

Unveiling of Kings Branded Gymnasium Floor at Mather Sports Center

We are thrilled to invite you and your family to a once in a lifetime event! Join us for the ribbon cutting of our new, completely refinished, Kings branded gymnasium floor at Mather Sports Center. At the event, you will also have a chance to meet Slamson, take photos with Kings dancers and hear from the incredibly generous sponsors of this project. You must be a part of this momentous occasion! Please Note: The free Jr. Kings Basketball Clinic registration is full, but you may put your child’s name on the wait list. In addition, the viewing space inside the gymnasium is limited to the gym’s safety capacity: the first 400 arrivals.

Policy Committee Meeting

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

The Board’s Standing Committee on District Policies, comprised of two Board members and staff, will meet to review proposed amendments to Personnel policies.

Mather Sports Center Closed

Mather Sports Center will be open to the public until 4 p.m. on December 31 and closed on January 1, 2019.

Cordova Community Pool Replacement Project – Community Meeting

Cordova Community Pool Replacement Project

At a special meeting of the Cordova Recreation and Park District Board of Directors, the Board approved a concept plan for two pools to replace the existing Cordova Community Pool facility.

The project budget has been increased to $9,080,000 due to a $3.4 million donation from the City of Rancho Cordova. The new project scope of work requires an update to the project schedule. The project team will update the project schedule in the month of June 2018.  The goal is to begin construction by the end of 2019 and to open the new facility in the second half of 2020. Updates will be posted here.

There will be a Cordova Community Pool Replacement Project Meeting on Tuesday, October 23, 2018 at 6 p.m. at the Rancho Cordova City Hall in the American River Room North (2729 Prospect Park Drive, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670)

Click here for more information: Flyer 

If you have any questions, please contact the project manager, Laura Taylor at ltaylor@crpd.com.

Williamson Property – Community Meeting

Williamson Property

The Cordova Recreation & Park District will be hosting a community meeting on Thursday October 11, 2018 at 6 p.m. at the Cordova Church of Christ (10577 Coloma Rd) to discuss future uses for the Williamson properties at the corners of Studarus and Coloma Roads.

For more information click here: Community Meeting Flyer

Picnic/Pavilion Rental Reservations Open for 2019

To reserve a picnic or pavilion area, call the Hagan Community Center at 916-369-9844. Daily use fees vary depending on the capacity and size of the picnic area. Alcohol in the parks is only allowed in the reserved picnic areas with a permit. For more information regarding picnic or pavilion rentals, visit our Rental Information page.

Breakfast with Santa & Holiday Craft Fair

Cordova Recreation and Park District (CRPD) host the annual Breakfast with Santa and Holiday Craft Fair on Saturday, December 14, 2019. There are two different seating times: from 9 to 10 a.m. or from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. This family friendly event is great for all ages and will be at the Neil Orchard Senior Activities Center.

Bring the whole family for pancakes, sausage, coffee, juice and cocoa! Stop by the holiday craft fair for unique Christmas shopping. Bring the kids to visit Mr. Claus, to share Christmas wishes and take a picture in our festive photo booth. There will be a craft area for children to work on a special holiday project.

Admission: $5 per child and adult (2 and under free)

Would you like to get involved with this event as a sponsor?  Learn more about Sponsorship Levels for the District by downloading the 2019 Community Event Sponsorship packet (depending on event date) to get involved. 

Polar Bear Plunge & Pancake Breakfast

Party like it’s 32 degrees! Dress up in your wildest costume and take the plunge at our fifth annual Polar Bear Plunge. Experience this winter tradition for a good cause on Saturday, January 5, 2019 from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. at Lincoln Village Community Pool and the Neil Orchard Senior Activities Center. This family friendly event is great for all ages.

The plunge will take place at 8:30 a.m. After your plunge, warm up inside the Neil Orchard Senior Activities Center with a complimentary pancake breakfast or do some light shopping at the craft fair. Spectators may purchase a pancake breakfast for an additional fee.

Fees: $10/person to take the plunge (breakfast included)
Breakfast: $5/person, 9 & up and $2/person, 8 & under

Ready to pledge your plunge to your favorite non-profit? Fill out the Pledge Sheet and submit by December 17 to guarantee your shirt size!

Looking to be a vendor at this cool event? Fill out and submit the Vendor Packet by December 18.

All forms can be emailed to jta@crpd.com or hand mailed to the Neil Orchard Senior Activities Center, 3480 Routier Rd. Sacramento, CA 95827.

 

Would you like to get involved with this event as a sponsor?  Learn more about Sponsorship Levels for the District by downloading the 2019 Community Event Sponsorship packet (depending on event date) to get involved. 

 

Halloween at Hagan

Enjoy a night of Halloween fun with games, activities, a haunted room, prizes and much more. More information for 2019 coming soon!

 

Mad Hatter’s Tea Party

Don’t be late for this very important date! Take a journey down the rabbit hole at our Mad Hatter tea party. Dress up as your favorite Alice in Wonderland character or wear your maddest hat to be entered into a special drawing.

All ages welcome!

More information for our 2019 event coming soon!

 

Breakfast & Bingo Fundraiser

Enjoy biscuits and gravy, scrambled eggs and sausage with all the fixings. This is a fundraiser hosted by the Cordova Senior Advisory Board. All proceeds go to benefit the Neil Orchard Senior Activities Center.

$5/breakfast

$5/bingo

Special Board Meeting: Concept Plan for Cordova Community Pool Replacement Project

The Cordova Recreation and Park District Board of Directors will meet to review an increase in the scope of the Cordova Community Pool Replacement project from a one-pool $5.68 million concept to a $9 million two-pool concept.  The increase to a two-pool concept has been made possible by a likely $3.4 million donation from the City of Rancho Cordova, which was preliminarily approved by the City Council on May 21, 2018. The Council is scheduled to vote on a formal resolution related to the donation at its June 4, 2018 meeting.

Time is of the essence for CRPD to move ahead on design and engineering of the pool replacement; therefore a Special Meeting has been scheduled for the CRPD Board of Directors to review, comment and vote whether to approve the two-pool concept.  The one-pool and two-pool concept will be presented by Cordova Recreation and Park District’s consulting firm, LPA, Inc.

The Special Meeting has been scheduled for Tuesday, May 29 at 5:30 p.m. at the Rancho Cordova City Hall Council Chambers, 2729 Prospect Park Drive, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670.

 

Public Outreach Meeting at Heron Landing Park

FUTURE COMMUNITY BUILDING AT HERON LANDING PARK

 HELLO

Kavala Ranch, Anatolia, Sunridge, and Somerset Ranch

Your input will help guide the recreational use of space and design for the future Heron Landing Community Building. CRPD plans to construct the community center in 2020-2021 to open in late 2021.

 

Cordova Recreation & Park District (CRPD) is eager to hear the community’s needs for recreational programs and indoor spaces. CRPD staff invites and encourages the community in the southeast area of Rancho Cordova to come to Heron Landing Park Wednesday, May 9 from 6-8 p.m.

We want to hear from people of ALL ages. To encourage participation of youth, CRPD will provide community service hours for high school students.

The first part of the evening will emphasize input from the youth and the second part will be open to all ages. Please bring your whole family.

Light Refreshments will be served.

Questions? Reach out to Laura Taylor at: ltaylor@crpd.com or at 916.842.3319

Yosemite in Autumn

GET UP ‘N GO DAY TRIPS

Discover the beauty of Yosemite Valley without having to fight the crowds. Only seven miles long and less than a mile wide, the valley has captured the hearts of millions with it legendary landscape. Trip includes a guided motor coach tour and sandwich buffet luncheon at the Hilmar Cheese Factory, overnight accommodations at the Chukchansi Gold Resort in Coarsegold with casino bonus of $10 Slot Play and $10 Food Coupon, hosted lunch at the Yosemite Lodge and a Valley Floor guided tram tour. Deadline is August 17.
Sunday-Monday 9/23-9/24, 2018
Fee: $285 per person double occupanc
$355 per person single occupancy

Click here to register.

Graton Casino Daytrip

GET UP ‘N GO DAY TRIPS

Graton Resort & Casino is the region’s newest, full-amenity gaming resort with a high-energy casino floor featuring an endless variety of slots and video poker, along with an abundant array of table games, including Blackjack, Pai Gow Poker, Baccarat, and a dedicated poker room. Casino bonus of $10 Free Play and $5 Food Coupon is subject to change per the casino. Must be 21+. There is no buffet at this location. Deadline is July 9.
Thursday 8/9 • 8AM-4PM
Fee: $45/person

Click here to register.

Emerald Bay Cruise

GET UP ‘N GO DAY TRIPS

Board the M.S. Dixie II in Zephyr Cove for a 2.5 hour scenic cruise on Lake Tahoe. As you cruise to Emerald Bay, you’ll learn how it was formed, some of its fascinating history, and enjoy a special video presentation. Afterwards, enjoy free time at The Shops at Heavenly Village in South Lake Tahoe to have lunch on your own and shop. Deadline is June 29.
Tuesday 7/31 • 8:30AM-6PM
Fee: $125/adult
$95/child (ages 3-11)

Click here to register.

Mystery Trip

GET UP ‘N GO DAY TRIPS

Where are we going? It’s a mystery! What are we doing? It’s a mystery! What’s not a mystery is that you’ll have a grand time on this trip. A delicious lunch is included with a sweet treat for everyone before we head home. Deadline is March 26.
Thursday 4/26 • 10AM-3:30PM
Fee: $99/person

Click here to register.

Calaveras Big Trees State Park

GET UP ‘N GO DAY TRIPS

Established in 1931 to preserve a stunning stand of giant sequoias, Calaveras Big Trees State Park is home of the largest trees in the world. Enjoy a guided tour of the popular North Grove with free time afterwards to explore the trail and visit the visitors center and museum. Depart from the state park for a hosted lunch and free time in the quaint town of Murphys. Deadline is April 20.
Tuesday 5/24 • 8AM-4:30PM
Fee: $97/person

Click here to register.

Discover Chico

GET UP ‘N GO DAY TRIPS

Lying in the heart of the city of Chico, Bidwell Mansion State Historic Park stands as a tangible link to the history and legacy of John and Annie Bidwell, two of California’s most significant historical figures. Step back in time to learn about, and interact with, the 19th century world of the Bidwells. After our private guided tour, lunch is included at the Sierra Nevada Brewing Company. Deadline is May 18.
Thursday 6/21• 8:15AM-6:15PM
Fee: $101/person

Click here to register.

Doggie Day in the Park

Join CRPD for a free, interactive, fun-filled day designed especially for dogs and the people who love them. This event features resource and information booths, a ‘PUP’ crawl, and other contests and prizes.

 

More information for the 2019 event coming soon!

Summer Days BBQ

Celebrate the end of summer and enjoy a fabulous BBQ lunch with all the fixings.
Fee: $6/member or $8/non-member or $10/event day

National Hot Dog Day

Come celebrate one of the staples of American cuisine. Ticket includes hot dog, bag of chips and beverage.
Fee: $3/person

National Cupcake Lovers Day

Bring 12 of your favorite cupcakes to swap and share with other cupcake lovers. RSVP at the Senior Center front desk.
Fee: FREE

National Pizza Party Day

Your Pizza Party ticket includes a slice of combination or cheese pizza, green salad and beverage.
Fee: $3/person

Fiesta

We’re having a Fiesta and a delicious taco bar. Cool down with a non-alcoholic margarita.
Fee: $6/member or $8/non-member or $10/event day

Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon

Come one come all to celebrate our spectacular volunteers. Registration deadline is April 9.
Fee: $6/member or $8/non-member or $10/event day

Baked Potato & Bingo Fundraiser

Enjoy a baked potato bar with all the fixings and stick around for Bingo and prizes.

Fee: $5/person Baked Potato Bar
$3/person buy-in for Bingo

St. Patrick’s Day

Enjoy homemade corned beef and cabbage.
Fee: $6/member or $8/non-member or $10/event day

Family Swim Night

Grab the family for an evening of laughs and fun. Summer may be hot, but you can cool off pool side. Admission to the pool is free.

Hawaiian Luau

Join us for a little taste of Hawaii and experience island flavor and flare. Enjoy our Hawaiian menu along with games and prizes, and live entertainment. The Cordova Senior Advisory Board will be selling a variety of alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages at the cash bar.

Fee: $20 per person or  $35 per couple

60th Anniversary & Party in the Park

 Join us for a fun summer evening in the park with giveaways, music and vendors. Lincoln Village Pool will be open to the public for a free family swim night. Enjoy a variety of food and drinks from our vendors. And this year we are celebrating a very special milestone – CRPD is turning 60 years old so we will be going bigger and more party-rific for the celebration! Visit the event page for more details.

Learn more about the 60th Anniversary Celebration in 2018 and how you can get involved throughout the year.

Want to be a vendor at this event? Contact Jenny Ta at jta@crpd.com for more information and to reserve your space.

Meet the Machines

Touch, climb on and explore an expanse of exciting machines and unique vehicles! 2019 event information coming soon.

Community Yard Sale

Would you like to clean out your closets and make some money but don’t want the hassle of having a yard sale at your home? Take advantage of our advertising and join us for our annual Community Yard Sale. Shopping is FREE or you can reserve a 15’x15′ outdoor space for $20.

For more information or to reserve your space, contact Jenny Ta at jta@crpd.com or (916) 366-3133. Want to help but don’t want to be a vendor? Donate your items to the Neil Orchard Senior Activities Center to sell. Donations for yard sale can be dropped off at the front desk beginning May 1.

Discovery Kids Preschool Open House #1

Check out our OPEN HOUSE to meet staff and learn about our program. 

The Cordova Recreation and Park District Discovery Kids Preschool program is a child-centered program that provides a classroom experience with hands-on activities to help children develop socially, emotionally, physically and intellectually. Staff guides children to succeed in their age appropriate activities building self-esteem, confidence and skills, as they accomplish new developmental tasks and prepare for kindergarten.

Program Schedule Options

Three days per week program
Monday/Wednesday/Friday
8:30-11:30AM
Hagan Community Center OR White Rock Community Clubhouse
Fee: $2,000 per year ($250 monthly for 8 months)

Two days per week program
Tuesday/Thursday
8:30-11:30AM
White Rock Community Clubhouse
Fee: $1,360 per year ($170 monthly for 8 months)

Register today to ensure your child’s spot in one or more of the preschool classes.

Learn More

Discovery Kids Preschool Open House #2

Check out our OPEN HOUSE to meet staff and learn about our program. 

The Cordova Recreation and Park District Discovery Kids Preschool program is a child-centered program that provides a classroom experience with hands-on activities to help children develop socially, emotionally, physically and intellectually. Staff guides children to succeed in their age appropriate activities building self-esteem, confidence and skills, as they accomplish new developmental tasks and prepare for kindergarten.

Program Schedule Options

Three days per week program
Monday/Wednesday/Friday
8:30-11:30AM
Hagan Community Center OR White Rock Community Clubhouse
Fee: $2,000 per year ($250 monthly for 8 months)

Two days per week program
Tuesday/Thursday
8:30-11:30AM
White Rock Community Clubhouse
Fee: $1,360 per year ($170 monthly for 8 months)

Register today to ensure your child’s spot in one or more of the preschool classes.

Learn More

Discovery Kids Preschool Registration Begins

The Cordova Recreation and Park District Discovery Kids Preschool program is a child-centered program that provides a classroom experience with hands-on activities to help children develop socially, emotionally, physically and intellectually. Staff guides children to succeed in their age appropriate activities building self-esteem, confidence and skills, as they accomplish new developmental tasks and prepare for kindergarten.

Program Schedule Options

Three days per week program
Monday/Wednesday/Friday
8:30-11:30AM
Hagan Community Center OR White Rock Community Clubhouse
Fee: $2,000 per year ($250 monthly for 8 months)

Two days per week program
Tuesday/Thursday
8:30-11:30AM
White Rock Community Clubhouse
Fee: $1,360 per year ($170 monthly for 8 months)

Register today to ensure your child’s spot in one or more of the preschool classes.

Learn More

Swim Lesson Registration Begins

CRPD’s aquatic programs are offered to provide fun, safety and education for all ages and at different levels of structure and fitness. Public swim is a great way for families to play together and for children to become more comfortable in the water while exercising. Activities such as swim lessons, swim teams, lifeguards training classes and water aerobics are structured to meet general group needs, but can be tailored to meet individual skill levels as well.

Download the 2018 Swim Lessons Flyer with a grid and description of our group lessons.

Learn More

Swim Team Registration Begins

The Blue Marlins and Cordettes are summer recreational teams that compete with other area teams. Open to boys and girls, beginners as well as experienced swimmers between the ages of 5 and 18. New swimmers must be able to swim, without assistance, the length of the 25-yard pool before the first day of practice. We offer clinics to help get new and returning swimmers ready for the first day of practice. Registration can be done online or at the Hagan Community Center.

Learn More

Cordova Pool Project Meeting

CRPD’s consulting firm, LPA, Inc., will make a community presentation and solicit public participation for the design of the pool replacement at Hagan Park. LPA will present recently developed conceptual design options. LPA will utilize input received from the public at this meeting to develop one preferred option. The preferred option will be presented to CRPD’s Board of Directors at their regularly scheduled meeting on March 21, 2018.

Current Year Agendas

Current Year Minutes

Friends of Cordova Parks Meeting

Meeting of the Friends of Cordova Parks Board. The Board meets at the CRPD District Office located at 2729 Prospect Park Drive, Suite 230, Rancho Cordova. The public is always welcome to attend.

To learn more about the Friends of Cordova Parks, Inc. and how they support your park district, click here.

Agendas

Minutes

Board of Directors Regular Meeting

Regular monthly meeting of the CRPD Board of Directors. The Board meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month (unless otherwise noted) at 6:30 PM in the Chambers at the Rancho Cordova City Hall Building located at 2729 Prospect Park Drive, Rancho Cordova. The public is always welcome to attend.

Current Year Agendas

Current Year Minutes

Board of Directors Regular Meeting

Regular monthly meeting of the CRPD Board of Directors. The Board meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month (unless otherwise noted) at 6:30 PM in the Chambers at the Rancho Cordova City Hall Building located at 2729 Prospect Park Drive, Rancho Cordova. The public is always welcome to attend.

Current Year Agendas

Current Year Minutes

Board of Directors Regular Meeting

Regular monthly meeting of the CRPD Board of Directors. The Board meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month (unless otherwise noted) at 6:30 PM in the Chambers at the Rancho Cordova City Hall Building located at 2729 Prospect Park Drive, Rancho Cordova. The public is always welcome to attend.

Current Year Agendas

Current Year Minutes

Board of Directors Regular Meeting

Regular monthly meeting of the CRPD Board of Directors. The Board meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month (unless otherwise noted) at 6:30 PM in the Chambers at the Rancho Cordova City Hall Building located at 2729 Prospect Park Drive, Rancho Cordova. The public is always welcome to attend.

Current Year Agendas

Current Year Minutes

Board of Directors Regular Meeting

Regular monthly meeting of the CRPD Board of Directors. The Board meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month (unless otherwise noted) at 6:30 PM in the Chambers at the Rancho Cordova City Hall Building located at 2729 Prospect Park Drive, Rancho Cordova. The public is always welcome to attend.

Current Year Agendas

Current Year Minutes

Board of Directors Regular Meeting

Regular monthly meeting of the CRPD Board of Directors. The Board meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month (unless otherwise noted) at 6:30 PM in the Chambers at the Rancho Cordova City Hall Building located at 2729 Prospect Park Drive, Rancho Cordova. The public is always welcome to attend.

Current Year Agendas

Current Year Minutes

Board of Directors Regular Meeting

Regular monthly meeting of the CRPD Board of Directors. The Board meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month (unless otherwise noted) at 6:30 PM in the Chambers at the Rancho Cordova City Hall Building located at 2729 Prospect Park Drive, Rancho Cordova. The public is always welcome to attend.

Current Year Agendas

Current Year Minutes

Board of Directors Regular Meeting

Regular monthly meeting of the CRPD Board of Directors. The Board meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month (unless otherwise noted) at 6:30 PM in the Chambers at the Rancho Cordova City Hall Building located at 2729 Prospect Park Drive, Rancho Cordova. The public is always welcome to attend.

Current Year Agendas

Current Year Minutes

Board of Directors Regular Meeting

Regular monthly meeting of the CRPD Board of Directors. The Board meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month (unless otherwise noted) at 6:30 PM in the Chambers at the Rancho Cordova City Hall Building located at 2729 Prospect Park Drive, Rancho Cordova. The public is always welcome to attend.

Current Year Agendas

Current Year Minutes

Board of Directors Regular Meeting

Regular monthly meeting of the CRPD Board of Directors. The Board meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month (unless otherwise noted) at 6:30 PM in the Chambers at the Rancho Cordova City Hall Building located at 2729 Prospect Park Drive, Rancho Cordova. The public is always welcome to attend.

Current Year Agendas

Current Year Minutes

Board of Directors Regular Meeting

Regular monthly meeting of the CRPD Board of Directors. The Board meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month (unless otherwise noted) at 6:30 PM in the Chambers at the Rancho Cordova City Hall Building located at 2729 Prospect Park Drive, Rancho Cordova. The public is always welcome to attend.

Current Year Agendas

Current Year Minutes

Board of Directors Regular Meeting

Regular monthly meeting of the CRPD Board of Directors. The Board meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month (unless otherwise noted) at 6:30 PM in the Chambers at the Rancho Cordova City Hall Building located at 2729 Prospect Park Drive, Rancho Cordova. The public is always welcome to attend.

Current Year Agendas

Current Year Minutes

Heron Landing Park Grand Opening

The Cordova Recreation and Park District is celebrating the grand opening of Heron Landing Community Park on Saturday, December 16 at 11:00 a.m. The festivities will include a ribbon cutting ceremony and games.

Bring the whole family to enjoy this new 20-acre park that is sure to become not just a neighborhood attraction, but a regional attraction as well with over 9 sports turf areas, large open grass areas for families, a walking trail, multiple play structures for tots and older kids, covered picnic areas, and a splash pad.

The ribbon cutting ceremony will begin at 11:30AM.

This event is rain or shine.

Measure J Community Outreach Meeting #1

This is the first of several community outreach meetings regarding the Measure J Tax passed in November 2016 for the PMRID area.

In these meetings, community members will learn the types of projects that can be funded by Measure J; main priority projects set by the Board and PMRID Oversight Committee to begin with the first tax collection in early 2018; and projects identified by District staff to be accomplished with future tax collections.

In addition, CRPD’s Planning and Development staff will present a draft of the “Preliminary District-wide Facility Distribution Plan”, a guide to help with long-term planning decisions.

Individuals will have the opportunity to provide their opinion about needs and preferences through a series of stations. The CRPD Board of Directors, PMRID Oversight Committee members and staff want to hear from our community members about:

  • Accessibility needs in the District’s parks, facilities and programs (Americans with Disabilities Act or ADA issues)
  • What does “security” mean to you?
  • Provide input on your preferences for facility replacements in the future with Measure J funding such as playground equipment and sport courts.

Board of Directors Meeting Materials:

Current Year Agendas

Current Year Minutes

Hagan Community Barn Volunteer Day

We’re cleaning up the Hagan Community Barn in Hagan Community Park!

Dress in work clothes and shoes, bring work gloves and plenty of water. You will be getting dirty. Feel free to bring yard equipment (rakes, shovels, wheel barrels, etc.). We will be rebuilding fences, moving dirt, cleaning cobwebs and reorganizing equipment. Help us show the Hagan Community Barn some love.

Ages 12+ recommended. Click here to sign up for shifts (9am-11am or 11am-1pm)

Please download and complete the Hagan Community Barn Volunteer Day Waiver then bring it with you the day of.

Baked Potato & Bingo Fundraiser

Enjoy a baked potato bar with all the fixings from 11AM-12PM. Then stick around for Bingo and prizes from 12-2PM. This is a fundraiser hosted by the Cordova Senior Advisory Board. All proceeds to benefit the Neil Orchard Senior Activities Center.

Fee: $5/person Baked Potato Bar and $3/person buy-in for Bingo

Christmas Tree Lighting (Cordova Community Council)

Cordova Community Council in partnership with CRPD presents the annual Christmas Tree Lighting. Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night! The annual lighting of the Cordova Community Christmas Tree is a public event inspiring community unity, showcasing Rancho Cordova community life, promoting local business, and providing a community branding experience.

Visit the CRPD booth for information about upcoming events and grab your copy of the Fall Winter Recreation Guide!

Android Phone Basics

FREE INFORMATIONAL PRESENTATIONS

Got a new Android phone for Christmas but don’t know how to use it? Come for this interactive beginner’s course on how to use your new gadget.

Wills & Trusts

FREE INFORMATIONAL PRESENTATIONS

Come learn about when a trust may be for you as well as other estate planning tools such as powers of attorney, advanced healthcare directives, and simple wills.

iPhone Basics

FREE INFORMATIONAL PRESENTATIONS

Got a new iPhone for Christmas but don’t know how to use it? Come for this interactive beginner’s course on how to use your new gadget.

Active Retirement Investing

FREE INFORMATIONAL PRESENTATIONS

Investing during retirement—income safety and stability. Do you know how and where your retirement funds are invested? Assess your portfolio and see if it is suitably allocated for your needs. This presentation is designed to update, educate and inspire you to learn more about your retirement assets.

Soil Born Farm Demonstrations

FREE INFORMATIONAL PRESENTATIONS

Learn to cook with seasonal produce found at the local Soil Born Farm. Staff from the farm will help you explore and master simple vegetarian recipes. Please RSVP either online or by calling (916) 366-3133. Space is limited.

Mobile Flu Clinic

FREE INFORMATIONAL PRESENTATIONS

Walgreens Pharmacy will be conducting a mobile flu clinic at the Senior Center. For most who have Medicare, there is no fee for the shot. If you do not have insurance, there is a nominal charge for the vaccination.

Basics of Organ and Tissue Donation

FREE INFORMATIONAL PRESENTATIONS

Come learn the basics on organ and tissue donation – what can be donated, how the process works, dispelling common myths, and answering questions. Presented by Sierra Donor Services.

Get up and Go Presentation

FREE INFORMATIONAL PRESENTATIONS

Join us for an informative presentation on upcoming day trips. Refreshments served.

Learn more about the day trips offered this season.

Teen Advisory Board Information & Social Meeting

This is an informational meeting for parents and teens interested in joining the board. The purpose of the Teen Advisory Board is to engage area teens in outdoor recreational activities and the community. Board members help develop and plan teen activities, events and trips. Anyone interested in joining the board should contact Brandi Dionne.

Winter Break Camp Session 2

This winter program is for ages 5 – 14.

Meet new friends, explore life skills and have fun! Each weekly session includes team building and leadership activities and games that build self-confidence and self-esteem.

Hagan Community Center
Wednesday – Friday • 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Session 1: December 26 – December 28
Session 2: January 2 – January 4
Fee: $70/session or $30/day

Winter Break Camp Session 1

This winter program is for ages 5 – 14.

Meet new friends, explore life skills and have fun! Each weekly session includes team building and leadership activities and games that build self-confidence and self-esteem.

Hagan Community Center
Wednesday – Friday • 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Session 1: December 26 – December 28
Session 2: January 2 – January 4
Fee: $70/session or $30/day

Camp Cordova’s Winter Break Camp Session 2

School is out for the holidays and this program is a great way for your child (K-5th grade) to keep busy! Our enthusiastic and experienced staff will lead activities such as arts & crafts, sports, cooking projects, games and FUN! Play for one day or the entire week.
Hagan Community Center
Tuedays-Fridays • 8AM-5PM
Session 1: 12/26-12/29
Session 2: 1/2-1/5
Fee: $120/session or $35/day

Click here to register.

Camp Cordova’s Winter Break Camp Session 1

School is out for the holidays and this program is a great way for your child (K-5th grade) to keep busy! Our enthusiastic and experienced staff will lead activities such as arts & crafts, sports, cooking projects, games and FUN! Play for one day or the entire week.
Hagan Community Center
Tuedays-Fridays • 8AM-5PM
Session 1: 12/26-12/29
Session 2: 1/2-1/5
Fee: $120/session or $35/day

Click here to register.

Napa Valley Wine Train

GET UP ‘N GO DAY TRIPS

Roll through Northern California’s famous wine country on the renowned Napa Valley Wine Train. Pass charming towns like Rutherford and St. Helena, and soak up the scenery of rolling hills, vineyards, and estates through large picture windows on the 3-hour round trip. Explore the restored vintage train cars, and then take a seat for a gourmet lunch freshly prepared by the train’s acclaimed on-board restaurant. This is truly a once in a lifetime experience. Cancellation deadline is January 12.

Fee: $195/person

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Jackson Rancheria Casino Trip

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Enjoy a scenic drive through the California foothills before arriving at the Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort for a 4 hour stay. Casino bonus of $15 free play and $5 food is subject to change per the casino. Must be 21 and over to register. Cancellation deadline is January 2.

Fee: $32/person

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Victorian Christmas

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Welcome the holiday season in style in historic Nevada City, a quaint, Gold Rush town nestled in the foothills of the snow-capped Sierra. Each year the town’s picturesque downtown transforms into a genuine Christmas card come to life. Join us for the one and only Victorian Christmas, where the enticing aromas of roasted chestnuts and hearty holiday foods fill the air and the lamp-lit streets are filled to overflowing with authentic Christmas treasures. Cancellation deadline is November 10.

Fee: $42/person

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San Francisco Shopping Trip

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Kick off the holiday season with a day of shopping, dining and sightseeing in San Francisco. Stay in beautiful and bustling Union Square or hop on our shuttle to Pier 39 to experience one of the most recognizable waterfronts in the world. Fee includes shuttle to Pier 39. Cancellation deadline is October 20.

Fee: $54/person

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Fleet Week Airshow & Brunch

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Taking place in the skies above the City’s waterfront, this event attracts over a million people around the Bay. Featuring the US Navy Blue Angels and Canadian Snowbirds, the Fleet Week Airshow is a once in a lifetime experience. Enjoy stunning views and a delicious brunch on board the San Francisco Belle. Cancellation deadline is September 1.

Fee: $175/person

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Muir Woods

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NEW THIS YEAR: travel by motor coach directly to Muir Woods (no shuttle transfers). Only a few miles north of San Francisco in an isolated canyon, grows thousand year old trees towering hundreds of feet high. Trip includes admission to Muir Woods and free time in Sausalito afterwards. Cancellation deadline is August 21.

Fee: $68/person

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Polar Bear Plunge

Cordova Recreation and Park District (CRPD) wants you to take the plunge and experience a winter tradition at the annual Polar Bear Plunge event at Lincoln Village Community Pool and the Neil Orchard Senior Activities Center. This family friendly event is great for all ages. The plunge will take place at 8:30 a.m.

Dress up in your wildest costume and jump into the Lincoln Village Pool. Prizes awarded for best costume. Sign up to take the plunge!

Warm up afterwards with free hot chocolate and coffee. Contact the Neil Orchard Senior Activities Center 916-366-3133 for more information. A pancake breakfast and craft fair will be held at the Senior Center.

Would you like to get involved with this event as a sponsor? Learn more about Sponsorship Levels for the District by downloading the Community Event Sponsorship Packet to get involved.

If you’d like to be a vendor at this year’s event, please download the Vendor Application.

Fees:
$10/person to take the plunge
Breakfast: $5/person