Summer Camps and Enrichment Classes in Danville, California

Want to fulfill your New Year’s resolution for better fitness and a tighter budget?

Then the Town of Danville and its variety of programs for kids, teens and adults is the place to go.  On Saturday, February 4th from 11am to 2pm, you can meet summer camp instructors and get a taste for what Parks and Recreation has to offer in sports, fitness, and other life-enriching classes.

Those who come to the Danville Community Center– 420 Front Street in Danville– for the expo will have the opportunity to sign up early and take advantage of a 10% discount off many (though not all) classes offered in their Spring Activity Guide and Summer Camps Brochure.  For the littlest ones, parent participation swim classes are offered at a local high school for ages 6 months to age 3, as well as classes for preschoolers.

For elementary age kids (5-12) the town is offering a variety of day camps, emphasizing performing arts, sports, or science and technology.

For adults, there are plenty of opportunities to expand your repertoire of skills beyond diaper-changing and carpooling, by taking fitness classes like pilates and zumba, or a music, art or dance class.  I’ll be there (with bells on and baby bump) promoting my bellydance classes—perfect for gaining flexibility without the drudgery of a workout routine.

Get your summer plans off to a great start with the added discount and the advantage of meeting your kids’ camp leaders before you even sign up.

For more information, visit the town’s website at or call the Community Center at (925) 314-3400.

Please note that this is a free event, open to the public, and no pre-registration is required.

photo courtesy of the Town of Danville website.

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