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Summer Recreation Guide Available Online
Are you ready for a summer of play? The Roseville Parks, Recreation & Libraries Activity Guide is here! This guide is filled with exciting programs for all ages. Visit www.roseville.ca.us/guide to view the guide online, or stop in at any library or recreation facility beginning March 27 to pick one up.
Here are some "fan favorites":
Every year, more than 7,000 kids and adults take swim lessons with us! All swim instructors are certified in lifeguard training, CPR, AED, and First Aid. Swim lessons are inclusive; however, we have adaptive swim lessons for children with disabilities that provide specialized instruction. Swim lessons are available at three different locations including Mike Shellito Indoor Pool, Roseville Aquatics Complex, and Johnson Pool.
If you want to help us provide swim lessons to a child whose family can't afford it, be sure to check out Operation Swim. We hope to provide a minimum of one hundred fifty kids swim lessons, a swim suit and towel.
Discover the excitement at Camp Roseville! Meet new friends, enjoy action-packed games, make dynamic crafts and go on amazing adventures. Creating a safe and fun environment is our top priority and we do so by maintaining low camper to staff ratios.
This is the place where teens come to get out of the house, adventure together and create an amazing summer. Teen Scene offers theme weeks, teen programming, three off site trips a week, and an opportunity for teens to beat the boredom and have fun.
Register early because many programs fill up fast, and if you browse through the guide, you will find many programs offering a discount if you register before May.