Cameron Park Community Services District
05/22/2015 10:00AM ● Published by Tina Helm
Learn which herbs, trees and shrubs are the best at the Master Gardeners’ presentation titled “Can You Eat Your Landscape?” on May 13 from 9 a.m. to noon. Celebrate Older Americans Month with a Talent Show on May 20 at 1 p.m. at the Cameron Park Community Center.
Mature adults won’t want to miss the programs and activities offered in the 50+ Room on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. On May 14 at 1 p.m., Mark Harris from the Cameron Park Community Foundation will be a guest speaker; and on May 28 at 1 p.m., Bob Billingley from the Mountain Democrat will speak about “How to Be Happy in a Negative World.” In addition to these activities, there’s also “Tai Chi for Better Balance” and pickleball.
On May 23, head to the Cameron Park Community Center for “Welcome to Summer,” a free swim day featuring class demonstrations, food and vendor booths, giveaways and more. Plan your summer by registering for swim lessons, summer camps and programs; and purchase pool passes and Summer Spectacular wristbands.
Get the Summer Activity Guide now and find some exciting new classes, including zentangle, fashion drawing, nutrition essentials, writing, hypnotherapy, and legal programs. Summer Kids Kamp, a weeklong program for ages 6-13, will feature games, cooking, swimming, Gymnastics at Tumble Time, arts and crafts, and visits to the lake and Community Center. What’s more, each week will feature a different theme and weekly field trip. Additional offerings include Sterling “Smooth” Forbes Basketball Camp, Skyhawk Sports Camps, Challenger Soccer Camp, UK International Soccer Camp, Horse Camps, Spanish Camps, Mad Science Camps, swim lessons and more.
For a complete listing of all activities and events, or if you’d like to inquire about rental opportunities at the Community Center or Cameron Park Lake, visit or call the Cameron Park Community Services District : 530-677-2231.