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Ladies, do you want (or need) to make room in your closet? If so, head to Your Own Trunk Show on March 13 from 5-8 p.m. and sell your clothes, purses, shoes, jewelry, accessories and more. Reserve your booth now, while spaces are still available. Wine, champagne and snacks will also be available.
On March 22 at 7 p.m., the Dean-O-Holics, a tribute to the Rat Pack, will perform a live, indoor concert. Doors will open at 6 p.m. and snacks/beverages will be for sale. To purchase tickets ($18 each or two for $34), head to the CSD Office, Cameron Park Shingle Springs Chamber Office, Walgreens, Bel Air, Cameron Park Fire Station 89 or visit showclix.com; also available at the door for $20 each.
On March 11, the monthly Coffee, Tea and Friends program will take place from 10-11:30 a.m. in the social room of the Community Center. This month’s topic is “Medicare 2014—What’s New.” See how this year’s changes will affect you. Play bingo and meet new friends later that same day from 1-3 p.m.
March kicks off a new session of Taekwondo classes for all ages. Work on coordination, balance, self-control, blocks and kicks while in your own Taekwondo uniform, included free with each class; or, try Olympic-Style TKS Sparring and Kickboxing. After working up an appetite, head to a cooking class. From Thai Cooking and Ultimate Cooking with Susan to Cooking with Kids, there’s something for everyone.
If dance is more your style, register the kids for a Hula or Beyond Basic Hula class and the adults for Belly Dance, Waltz, Nightclub 2-Step or Hula. Music lovers can practice their strumming at the Let’s Uke! or Basic Guitar classes. With warmer weather approaching, a gardening class—offered by instructors at El Dorado Nursery & Garden—might be a wise choice, or perhaps a golf class at Bass Lake Golf Course. An NFL-sponsored Flag Football program will also be offered this spring. Get your friends together and sign up; deadline is March 14, and games start in April.
Is your child struggling with math? The Addition and Subtraction Facts to 9 (ages 6+) or Multiplication Facts (ages 8+) classes might be their keys to success. They’ll learn math facts the efficient way and stop relying on counting by fingers.
For more information about these activities and events, and more, visit cameronpark.org or call the Cameron Park Community Services District at 530-677-2231.