Each seven-week basic dog obedience class will cover sit/down/stay/come and heel. House manners and problems will also be discussed. Dogs must be at least four months old and have a current license or current rabies certificate. The first meeting of each session is informational-Do not bring your dog!
Dates are subject to postponement due to weather and/or low class enrollement.
This program is designed for ages 12 to Adult.
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This is an introduction to the art of fly fishing, including theory, rigging a rod, casting, knot tying, fly selection, types of equipment, safety on the water, conservation, fishing etiquette, fishing regulations, and playing, landing, and releasing fish. The first two meetings of a session will be in the classroom and the last two will be in the field for practice and real fishing experience. An equipment needs list is available in the PRPD office. Once you take this class, you will be hooked!Instructor: Kris Mehan
Join us for this Kayak workshop to get a brief introduction to paddling. Students are presented with basic information from dressing to safety. A minimal paddle skill set is presented and practiced, allowing students to safely and comfortably maneuver on still water. This is an enjoyable short program emphasizing safety, enjoyment and skill acquisition for entry level paddlers. Our instructor, Dan Efseaff Kayak in Northern California, (KayakINC.org), will provide kayaks and equipment.Instructor: Dan Efseaff
We will guide you through the skills and safety that you will need to become a proficient kayaker on lakes, calm protected ocean environments, and other flatwater settings.. The class includes an introduction to the kayak, launching, and an overview of basic strokes. We will also cover what to do if your boat flips over. Class is based on American Canoe Association (ACA) curriculum and builds the skills for more advanced ocean or moving water conditions. Kayak In Northern California (KayakINC.org) will provide a free kayak rental for the class (please let instructor know if you will bring your own).Instructor: Dan Efseaff
Introduction to horses from the ground up. Students will learn basic safety, horse facts, and grooming skills in the presence of horses. They will learn how to brush, halter, tie, lead, and saddle horses. On the last day, we will saddle up and lead riders around the arena. Participants must wear closed toe shoes (No flip flops or sandals). This class is limited to the first nine enrollees.Instructor: Scarlett Miller
By making donations to the Paradise Recreation & Park District Children’s Program Fund. Please help provide for Ridge youth who would like to participate in recreation classes or sports programs, but may be limited by income restrictions. For more information call Sally Higbee, Recreation Supervisor at 872-6393.
The District cannot afford to provide all the recreation and park services needed in our community - your continual assistance is essentail.
Thank you Paradise for your donations that have kept the District moving forward (Over $225,000.00 of large donations over the past decade)!