Sunset Rec Center

The New Sunset Rec Center

Residents of the Sunset District have enjoyed Sunset Recreation Center since 1940, making it a main hub of activity for kids in the outer Sunset. In response to community needs, the Recreation and Park Department is dedicating nearly $14 million of the 2008 Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond to ensure this local treasure will continue to promote good health and community togetherness through its recreational facilities. The renovation of Sunset Recreation Center is scheduled to be completed in summer 2012.

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Monday

Facility Operating Hours:

9am to 9pm

Classes & Open Gym/Swim Schedule:

Activity Course Start Time End Time Location Room/Area Age Group Class Type Instructor Start Date End Date Description
Combat Athletics – Youth, Tweens & Teens Combat Athletics for Kids - Fundamentals - 8 to 16 4:00 pm 5:30 pm Sunset Recreation Center Multi Purpose Room A: Larger Youth, Tweens & Teens Exercise & Fitness Marco Gardner 14-Mar 23-May

Mixed Martial Arts courses for youth ranging from Muay Thai, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, boxing, Judo, and wrestling. These classes are contact sports and competitive.

This is a beginning mixed martial art program for kids that focuses on the fundamentals of combat athletics. Kids learn all the forms of resistance based martial arts that involve standing-up, clinching, and ground fighting. Our motto is play as the way (developed by Straight Blast Gym) because training in mixed martial arts should be fun! Kids build up attributes such as self-esteem, self-discipline, & social skills while also increasing their physical attributes through competition and sparing. Parents will need to purchase a Jiu-Jitsu uniform and white belt before class. For more information please call Don Franklin at 415-831-6814.

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Badminton – Adult Slot 3 6:00 pm 7:00 pm Sunset Recreation Center Gymnasium Adult 18+ Sports TBA TBA 21-Mar 23-May

Smash the birdie over the net and see if you have what it takes to play this fun sport. All levels of play are welcome to join in. All participants will be required to play doubles, unless space warrants otherwise.

Please note: This class does not have an instructor; participants play against each other.

**Participants may sign-up for a only ONE time slot. If you sign up for more than one, you will be withdrawn.

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Badminton – Adult Slot 3 7:00 pm 8:00 pm Sunset Recreation Center Gymnasium Adult 18+ Sports TBA TBA 21-Mar 23-May

Smash the birdie over the net and see if you have what it takes to play this fun sport. All levels of play are welcome to join in. All participants will be required to play doubles, unless space warrants otherwise.

Please note: This class does not have an instructor; participants play against each other.

**Participants may sign-up for a only ONE time slot. If you sign up for more than one, you will be withdrawn.

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Tuesday

Facility Operating Hours:

9am to 9pm

Classes & Open Gym/Swim Schedule:

Activity Course Start Time End Time Location Room/Area Age Group Class Type Instructor Start Date End Date Description
Soccer – Rec ‘N Tot Ages 3-5 11:00 am 12:00 pm Sunset Recreation Center Gymnasium Tot 5 & Under Sports Rebecca Mora 22-Mar 17-May

Rec and Tot soccer classes are designed to introduce the game of soccer in a non-competitive; but fun and positive atmosphere. Our classes boost confidence and physical fitness in each of our participants. Rec and Tot’s soccer number one objective is to have fun!!! Participants must meet the minimum age requirement as of the start of the program. Proof of age required.

No class 3/29.

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Ballroom Dancing – Adult Open Ballroom 1:00 pm 3:00 pm Sunset Recreation Center Multi Purpose Room Adult 18+ Dance & Theater Richard Peng 15-Mar 24-May

Glide your partner across the dance floor during these fun and recreational ballroom dancing courses.

Open dance time, led by a volunteer. No class 3/29.

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Tennis – QuickStart Tennis Junior Academy (Int/Adv) Ages 8 - 10 3:30 pm 4:30 pm Sunset Recreation Center Tennis Court 1 Youth, Tweens & Teens Sports David Hong 15-Mar 24-May

In conjunction with the United States Tennis Association-Northern California Division, the San Francisco Recreation & Park Department is introducing the QuickStart Junior Tennis Academy. The QuickStart format uses child appropriate equipment, such as smaller racquets, larger tennis balls, & smaller courts in order to transition young aspiring tennis players into the lifetime sport of tennis. Technical skills are easier to learn & children can have more fun & tennis physical activity with this new program & league play. The Junior Tennis Academy is for the more advanced junior tennis player with a stress on more complex technical instruction: continental grips on serve, volley, chips, and semi-western grips on forehands. The ideal student is someone who is looking to progress towards United States Tennis Association junior novice tournament & league play. All participants must wear tennis shoes & have a tennis racquet. Wear athletic shoes and clothing.

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Tennis – Rec ‘N Tot – Ages 4-6 Ages 4 - 5 3:00 pm 3:30 pm Sunset Recreation Center Tennis Court 1 Tot 5 & Under Sports David Hong 15-Mar 24-May

Introduce your youngster to the sport of a lifetime. Your tot will learn to play tennis through an exciting and innovative program called QuickStart. Your child will use foam balls and play tennis through fun drills and games. Students must bring their own racquets & wear athletic shoes.

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Basketball – Fundamentals Basketball Fundamentals Ages 8-13 4:00 pm 6:00 pm Sunset Recreation Center Gymnasium Youth, Tweens & Teens Sports Anthony Perieff 22-Mar 19-May

Learn the many aspects of basketball including skills development, physical conditioning, game-time scenarios, and philosophy.

No class 3/29 & 3/31.

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Baseball – SFYBL – Mustang Division (Ages 9-10) Baseball - SFYBL - Mustang Division (Ages 9-10) 4:30 pm 5:30 pm Sunset Recreation Center Diamond Youth, Tweens & Teens Sports 1-Mar 17-May

Available space might change depending on returning players. San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department and SFFD Flame Athletics present SFYBL Spring Mustangs Youth Baseball. Individual players (or groups of players) ages 9 to 10, as of April 30, 2016 that want to sign up for a kid pitch team and have a SFRPD coach, sign up below for the location and time that you want to practice. Teams will be formed based on the sign ups. Fees include one practice per week, a uniform, a coach and entry into the SFYBL Baseball league. Games start March and practices start the first week of March . Games will be on a weekday and Saturdays. If a team with a coach wants to register, please go to the SFYBL website (http://sfybl.org/). Please read the Player Transfer Rule #3 prior to registering: Player Transfer Rules

Please read the Player Transfer rules prior to registering: http://sfybl.com/rules/

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Martial Arts – Karate Kidz: Little Kickers Little Kickers - Ages 4-5 4:00 pm 5:00 pm Sunset Recreation Center Multi Purpose Room A: Larger Tot 5 & Under Sports - Alternative John Austin 22-Mar 17-May

Kids will learn movements taken from various traditional and functional martial arts. This class DOES NOT teach fighting techniques or combat. Little Kickers will provide young participants basic knowledge and the foundation to grow in martial arts. This class is perfect for tots who want to be exposed to different movements other than in mainstream sports. Registrants must be at least 4 years old at the beginning of the course to participate. Students will have the opportunity to purchase a uniform and belts for an extra fee.

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Textiles – Youth Kids Knit & Crochet! 5:00 pm 6:00 pm Sunset Recreation Center Multi Purpose Room B: Smaller Youth, Tweens & Teens Arts & Crafts Bernadette Flynn 22-Mar 3-May

From patterns to needlepoint, learn various sewing techniques and participate in artistic projects.

Finally! A knitting and crochet class specially for kids. Students will learn techniques like knitting, finger knitting and crochet to increase dexterity, concentration and creativity. Your hands + yarn = infinite possibilities. All materials are provided. No class 3/29.

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Martial Arts – Karate Kidz Beginning - Ages 6 - 11 5:30 pm 6:30 pm Sunset Recreation Center Multi Purpose Room A: Larger Youth, Tweens & Teens Exercise & Fitness John Austin 22-Mar 17-May

Karate originated in the Okinawan Islands of Japan and has branched out into many different styles. Karate Kidz is a structured class that teaches formalized, sequenced movements which represent offensive and defensive postures known as Kata.

Students will also learn kicking, punching, blocking and other open hand techniques. Students will have the opportunity to purchase a uniform and belts for an extra fee.

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Wednesday

Facility Operating Hours:

9am to 9pm

Classes & Open Gym/Swim Schedule:

Activity Course Start Time End Time Location Room/Area Age Group Class Type Instructor Start Date End Date Description
1…2…3… Ready Ages 10 mos - 3 yrs 10:00 am 11:30 am Sunset Recreation Center Gymnasium Tot 5 & Under Early Childhood Recreation Allison Pytel 16-Mar 11-May

This non-instructional playtime is for toddlers 10 months to 3 years. Caregivers will be able to bring the little ones to an indoor playground setting with push toys, hula hoops, tunnels and other gross motor skill activities. Through interactive play children will develop motor skills and social skills.

Class is lightly monitored by staff.

No class 3/30.

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Dance – Seniors Cantonese Senior Line Dance 1:00 pm 3:00 pm Sunset Recreation Center Multi Purpose Room Senior Adult Dance & Theater Teresa Yu 16-Mar 25-May

A variety of courses designed for the more mature adult. It’s great exercise and a lot of fun. Improves posture, balance and flexibility through basic dance movement and routines.

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Combat Athletics – Youth, Tweens & Teens Combat Athletics for Kids - Fundamentals - 8 to 16 4:00 pm 6:00 pm Sunset Recreation Center Multi Purpose Room A: Larger Youth, Tweens & Teens Exercise & Fitness Marco Gardner 16-Mar 25-May

Mixed Martial Arts courses for youth ranging from Muay Thai, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, boxing, Judo, and wrestling. These classes are contact sports and competitive.

This is a beginning mixed martial art program for kids that focuses on the fundamentals of combat athletics. Kids learn all the forms of resistance based martial arts that involve standing-up, clinching, and ground fighting. Our motto is play as the way (developed by Straight Blast Gym) because training in mixed martial arts should be fun! Kids build up attributes such as self-esteem, self-discipline, & social skills while also increasing their physical attributes through competition and sparing. Parents will need to purchase a Jiu-Jitsu uniform and white belt before class. For more information please call Don Franklin at 415-831-6814.

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Baseball – SFYBL – Pinto Division (Ages 7-8) Pinto Division (Ages 7-8) 4:30 pm 5:30 pm Sunset Recreation Center Diamond Youth, Tweens & Teens Sports 9-Mar 11-May

San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department and SFFD Flame Athletics present SFYBL Spring Youth Coach/Kid Pitch Baseball. Individual players (or groups of players) ages 7-8, as of April 30, 2016, that want to sign up for a team and have a SFRPD coach, sign up below for the location and time that you want to practice. Teams will be formed based on the sign ups. If a class is full at a particular location, you can wait list and we will try to form other teams with practices at or nearby that location. These teams will play in the Pinto division of SFYBL which provides for limited kid pitching (after a certain number of walks, a coach will pitch). Fees include one practice per week, a uniform, a coach and entry into the SFYBL Baseball league. Games start March 16, and practices start on the week of March 4. Games will be on Saturdays. If a team with a coach wants to register, please go to the SFYBL website (http://sfybl.org/).

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Yoga – Vinyasa Yoga - Vinyasa All Levels 6:15 pm 7:15 pm Sunset Recreation Center Multi Purpose Room Adult 18+ Exercise & Fitness Jessica Drumright 16-Mar 4-May

Vinyasa is dynamic way of linking breath to movement, and sequencing is often built around sun salutations. The class is approachable and non-competitive, and students are encouraged to find their own rhythm and pace. In the class you will build heat, endurance, flexibility, strength and concentration. Classes are for all levels; in Level 1-2 basics will be reviewed and pace may be slower.

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Thursday

Facility Operating Hours:

9am to 9pm

Classes & Open Gym/Swim Schedule:

Activity Course Start Time End Time Location Room/Area Age Group Class Type Instructor Start Date End Date Description
Pilates – Adult Adult Pilates- All Levels 9:15 am 10:15 am Sunset Recreation Center Multi-Purpose Room 2 (adjacent to gym) Adult 18+ Exercise & Fitness Jules Olaso 17-Mar 5-May

Pilates is a body conditioning routine that seeks to build flexibility, strength, endurance, and coordination without adding muscle bulk. In addition, Pilates increases circulation and helps to sculpt the body and strengthen the body’s core or ‘powerhouse’ (torso). People who do Pilates regularly feel they have better posture, are less prone to injury, and experience better overall health. Drop-ins welcome at Eureka Valley, Richmond, and Upper Noe Recreation Centers for a charge of $10/class. *All courses taught by certified instructors*

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Art – Tots Little People's Art Studio - Ages 30 months - 4 years 10:15 am 11:00 am Sunset Recreation Center Multi Purpose Room Tot 5 & Under Arts & Crafts Anne Marie Falge 24-Mar 5-May

Let your child express themselves through art in this new creative art class. This new class promotes artistic cognitive development linking tactile and visual fun and casual environment. Adult participation is required. No class 3/31.

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Stepping Stone 3: Leap into Learning Ages 30 mos - 4 yrs 10:00 am 11:30 am Sunset Recreation Center Multi Purpose Room Tot 5 & Under Early Childhood Recreation TBA TBA 17-Mar 12-May

This is the third Stepping Stone. Children will grow and explore essential social, cognitive and physical skills in a dynamic and creative setting. Children begin an awareness of the alphabet, colors, and number concepts in a supportive environment. 2-4 hours of classroom volunteering per session is required by the guardian, along with taking a turn providing snack. If your child is not potty-trained, the caretaker must stay throughout the duration of each class. At the Moscone location, parents or caregivers must always stay with their child at all classes.

2-4 hours of classroom volunteering per session is required by the guardian, along with taking a turn providing snack. If your child is not potty-trained, the caretaker must stay throughout the duration of each class. No class 3/30.

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Badminton – Adult Slot 1 10:00 am 11:00 am Sunset Recreation Center Gymnasium Adult 18+ Sports TBA TBA 17-Mar 26-May

Smash the birdie over the net and see if you have what it takes to play this fun sport. All levels of play are welcome to join in. All participants will be required to play doubles, unless space warrants otherwise.

Please note: This class does not have an instructor; participants play against each other.

**Participants may sign-up for a only ONE time slot. If you sign up for more than one, you will be withdrawn. No class 3/31.

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Badminton – Adult Slot 2 11:00 am 12:00 pm Sunset Recreation Center Gymnasium Adult 18+ Sports TBA TBA 17-Mar 26-May

Smash the birdie over the net and see if you have what it takes to play this fun sport. All levels of play are welcome to join in. All participants will be required to play doubles, unless space warrants otherwise.

Please note: This class does not have an instructor; participants play against each other.

**Participants may sign-up for a only ONE time slot. If you sign up for more than one, you will be withdrawn. No class 3/31.

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Ballroom Dancing – Adult Open Ballroom 1:00 pm 3:00 pm Sunset Recreation Center Multi Purpose Room Adult 18+ Dance & Theater Richard Peng 17-Mar 26-May

Glide your partner across the dance floor during these fun and recreational ballroom dancing courses.

Open dance time, led by a volunteer. No class 3/31.

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Skateboarding – Youth, Tweens & Teens Shred N' Butter 3:45 pm 5:15 pm Sunset Recreation Center Outdoor Basketball Court Youth, Tweens & Teens Alternative Recreation Daynin Gordon 17-Mar 12-May

Learn and try out new tricks on a variety of ramps and obstacles. Participants should have their own equipment. Helmets are mandatory to participate. Elbow and knee pads are strongly recommended. For rain out information, call (415) 806-6513. No class 3/31.

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Baseball – SFYBL – Shetland Coach Pitch Division (Ages 5-7) Baseball - SFYBL - Shetland Coach Pitch Division (Ages 5-7) 3:30 pm 4:30 pm Sunset Recreation Center Diamond Youth, Tweens & Teens Sports 10-Mar 12-May

San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department and SFFD Flame Athletics present SFYBL Spring Youth Baseball. Individual players (or groups of players) ages 5-7, as of April 30, 2016, that want to sign up for a coach pitch team and have a SFRPD coach, sign up below for the location and time that you want to practice. Teams will be formed based on the sign ups and placed in the Shetland Coach Pitch Division. If a class is full at a particular location, you can wait list and we will try to form other teams. Fees include one practice per week, a uniform, a coach and entry into the SFYBL Baseball league. Games start March and practices start on the first week of March . Games will be on Saturdays. If a team with a coach wants to register, please go to the SFYBL website (http://sfybl.org/).

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Tennis – High Performance Juniors High Performance Juniors 3:30 pm 4:30 pm Sunset Recreation Center Tennis Court 1 Youth, Tweens & Teens Sports David Hong 17-Mar 26-May

This program is only for advance youth tournament United States Tennis Association competitors. Participants must have a USPTA membership, participate in USPTA junior tournaments, and must have a ranking of 200 and above, according to the USPTA NorCal ranking list. Players will concentrate on serve (pronation), volleying, advance footwork, singles and doubles play. Participants will work & compete against SFRPD /USPTA/PTR staff tennis pros. Special emphasis on fitness, weight training and diet.

This program is only for advanced youth tournament United States Tennis Association competitors. Participants must have a USTA membership, participate in USTA junior tournaments, and must have a ranking of 200 and above, according to the USTA NorCal ranking list. Players will concentrate on serve(pronation), volleying, advanced footwork, singles and doubles play. Participants will work & compete against SFRPD/USPTA/PTR staff tennis pros. Special emphasis on fitness, weight training and diet.

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Alternative Recreation – Youth Intro to Fencing for Juniors 4:00 pm 5:00 pm Sunset Recreation Center Multi Purpose Room Youth, Tweens & Teens Alternative Recreation Al Carter 24-Mar 19-May

Juniors learn the art of Fencing. A truly elegant sport that has historical roots dating back to the 12th Century and has been featured at every one of the modern day Olympic games. Kids learn discipline, keep fit, and learn to strive to achieve excellence in a respectful & safe environment. All the equipment is provided. Kids should dress in athletic clothing and bring water. For more information call Don Franklin at 831-6810.

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Basketball – Fundamentals Basketball Fundamentals Ages 8-13 4:00 pm 6:00 pm Sunset Recreation Center Gymnasium Youth, Tweens & Teens Sports Anthony Perieff 22-Mar 19-May

Learn the many aspects of basketball including skills development, physical conditioning, game-time scenarios, and philosophy.

No class 3/29 & 3/31.

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Baseball – SFYBL Shetland Tball Division (Ages 4-6) Baseball - SFYBL Shetland Tball Division (Ages 4-6) 4:30 pm 5:30 pm Sunset Recreation Center Grass Area #1 -leftfield Youth, Tweens & Teens Sports 10-Mar 12-May

San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department and SFFD Flame Athletics present SFYBL Spring Youth Baseball. Individual players (or groups of players) ages 4-6, as of April 30, 2016, that want to sign up for a Teeball team and have a SFRPD coach, sign up below for the location and time that you want to practice. Teams will be formed based on the sign ups. If a class is full at a particular location, you can wait list and we will try to form other teams with practices at or nearby that location. Fees include one practice per week, a uniform, a coach and entry into the SFYBL Baseball league. Games start March and practices start on the first week of March . Games will be on Saturdays. If a team with a coach wants to register, please go to the SFYBL website (http://sfybl.org/).

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Baseball – SFYBL Shetland Tball Division (Ages 4-6) Baseball - SFYBL Shetland Tball Division (Ages 4-6) 4:30 pm 5:30 pm Sunset Recreation Center Grass Area #3 -far centerfield Youth, Tweens & Teens Sports 10-Mar 12-May

San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department and SFFD Flame Athletics present SFYBL Spring Youth Baseball. Individual players (or groups of players) ages 4-6, as of April 30, 2016, that want to sign up for a Teeball team and have a SFRPD coach, sign up below for the location and time that you want to practice. Teams will be formed based on the sign ups. If a class is full at a particular location, you can wait list and we will try to form other teams with practices at or nearby that location. Fees include one practice per week, a uniform, a coach and entry into the SFYBL Baseball league. Games start March and practices start on the first week of March . Games will be on Saturdays. If a team with a coach wants to register, please go to the SFYBL website (http://sfybl.org/).

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Tennis – Rec ‘N Tot – Ages 4-6 Ages 4 - 5 4:30 pm 5:00 pm Sunset Recreation Center Tennis Court 1 Tot 5 & Under Sports David Hong 17-Mar 26-May

Introduce your youngster to the sport of a lifetime. Your tot will learn to play tennis through an exciting and innovative program called QuickStart. Your child will use foam balls and play tennis through fun drills and games. Students must bring their own racquets & wear athletic shoes.

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Dance – Adult Ballroom Dance - Beginning 6:00 pm 7:30 pm Sunset Recreation Center Multi Purpose Room Adult 18+ Dance & Theater Liz Wong 24-Mar 5-May

There is no better time to start ballroom dancing- here’s your chance! Whether it is to brush up on your skills for that upcoming event (class reunion, formal party, or wedding), to get in shape, or to train your brain- whatever the reason there is one thing for sure- you will meet nice people, get some exercise, and have fun! Join us to learn some popular ballroom dances such as the Waltz, Chacha, and the East Coast Swing. No partner needed (we will rotate frequently)- just bring your dancing shoes and a smile!

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Dance – Adult Intermediate Ballroom Dance 7:30 pm 9:00 pm Sunset Recreation Center Multi Purpose Room Adult 18+ Dance & Theater Liz Wong 24-Mar 5-May

Come join us for some fun dancing. We will learn the newest, “Cross Step Waltz”. Other popular dances include Slow Waltz, Foxtrot, East Coast Swing, ChaCha, American Tango, Night Club 2 step, and Hustle. No partner needed – we will rotate frequently. Don’t forget your dancing shoes!

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Friday

Facility Operating Hours:

9am to 9pm

Classes & Open Gym/Swim Schedule:

Activity Course Start Time End Time Location Room/Area Age Group Class Type Instructor Start Date End Date Description
Stepping Stone 2: Specialty Classes – Tot Picasso Ages 2 - 3.5 yrs 10:00 am 10:45 am Sunset Recreation Center Multi Purpose Room Tot 5 & Under Early Childhood Recreation Suzanne Halka 18-Mar 13-May

This second of four series of classes will emphasize on the process of art and not the product. Tots will explore various mediums and create great works of art! Adult Participation is required.

No class 4/1.

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Dance – Seniors Senior Belly Dance 11:00 am 12:00 pm Sunset Recreation Center Multi Purpose Room Senior Adult Dance & Theater Robin Lovejoy 18-Mar 27-May

A variety of courses designed for the more mature adult. It’s great exercise and a lot of fun. Improves posture, balance and flexibility through basic dance movement and routines.

The ancient form of belly dance has been practiced for thousand of years and remains exceptionally popular throughout the world. Belly dancing tones muscles, is energized, and can be learned by people of all fitness levels. During the class, we will cover moves such as the Egyptian shoulder shimmies and undulations. Over the course of the session you will learn the fundamentals of the dance which we will put into a fun combination. There’s no better way to burn calories and stay in shape by dancing! Please wear comfortable dance oriented clothes and shoes for the class.

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Shape Up – Seniors Qi Gong for Seniors - Low Impact 2:00 pm 3:00 pm Sunset Recreation Center Multi Purpose Room Senior Adult Exercise & Fitness Mary Jew 18-Mar 27-May

Classes for mature adults, designed to promote general health and fitness through various types of physical exercise.

Qi Gong (pronounced ‘Chee’ Gong) consist of the developmental exercises that one practices in the meditative martial art known as, Tai Chi. Through slow, simple, easy, and effective movements, we will not only develop out balance and coordination, but also reduce stress and tension while gaining a deepening sense of peace, power and harmony. This class is open to beginners and practitioners of all levels.

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Tennis – Intermediate/Advanced – Adult Tennis - Int/Adv - Adult 2:00 pm 3:00 pm Sunset Recreation Center Tennis Court 1 Adult 18+ Sports David Hong 18-Mar 27-May

A step up from the norm, picking up the pace and hitting on the move. Improve your forehand and backhand strokes. Learn doubles strategies and how to move your opponent with your serve. Participants must bring a tennis racquet and must wear tennis shoes.

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Tennis – Beginning – Youth, Tweens & Teens Ages 8 - 14 3:30 pm 4:30 pm Sunset Recreation Center Tennis Court 1 Youth, Tweens & Teens Sports David Hong 18-Mar 27-May

All San Francisco Recreation and Park Department beginning tennis classes will cover the basics including: groundstroke, volley and serve. At the conclusion of the course the participants will be able to demonstrate court position, etiquette, and how to keep score which would enable participants to play a tennis match. Please bring your own tennis racquet.

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Boxing – Youth Boxing - Ages 9-15 4:00 pm 6:00 pm Sunset Recreation Center Multi Purpose Room A: Larger Youth, Tweens & Teens Sports Willie Shaw 18-Mar 6-May

Learn the sweet science – boxing. These courses will introduce you to the basics of boxing: stance, jab, strength, punches and hooks. Get a great workout too.

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Basketball – Tasters Choice Girls in Sports – Instructional Ages 5 - 8 4:00 pm 5:30 pm Sunset Recreation Center Gymnasium Youth, Tweens & Teens Sports Al Mattocks 11-Mar 6-May

This program is designed to teach girls 5 – 8 years old the fundamentals of basketball. These girls will learn how to dribble, pass and shoot.

No class 4/1.

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Saturday

Facility Operating Hours:

9am to 5pm

Classes & Open Gym/Swim Schedule:

Activity Course Start Time End Time Location Room/Area Age Group Class Type Instructor Start Date End Date Description
Yoga – Hatha Yoga - Hatha 9:00 am 10:00 am Sunset Recreation Center Multi Purpose Room Adult 18+ Exercise & Fitness Kostas Aretos 19-Mar 7-May

Hatha Yoga is the most practiced form of yoga, in which traditional postures are held in proper alignment. Using the postures and conscious breathing, the practice improves core strength, flexibility, balance, and concentration.

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Dance – Seniors Senior Sunset Dance Class 10:00 am 12:00 pm Sunset Recreation Center Multi Purpose Room Senior Adult Dance & Theater Chun Yang 19-Mar 28-May

A variety of courses designed for the more mature adult. It’s great exercise and a lot of fun. Improves posture, balance and flexibility through basic dance movement and routines.

This class uses music and dance to maintain a strong and healthy body and mind. This instructor focuses on teaching Chinese folk dances, but some international folk dances are also included.

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Tennis – High Performance Juniors High Performance Juniors 12:00 pm 1:00 pm Sunset Recreation Center Tennis Court 1 Youth, Tweens & Teens Sports David Hong 19-Mar 28-May

This program is only for advance youth tournament United States Tennis Association competitors. Participants must have a USPTA membership, participate in USPTA junior tournaments, and must have a ranking of 200 and above, according to the USPTA NorCal ranking list. Players will concentrate on serve (pronation), volleying, advance footwork, singles and doubles play. Participants will work & compete against SFRPD /USPTA/PTR staff tennis pros. Special emphasis on fitness, weight training and diet.

This program is only for advanced youth tournament United States Tennis Association competitors. Participants must have a USTA membership, participate in USTA junior tournaments, and must have a ranking of 200 and above, according to the USTA NorCal ranking list. Players will concentrate on serve(pronation), volleying, advanced footwork, singles and doubles play. Participants will work & compete against SFRPD/USPTA/PTR staff tennis pros. Special emphasis on fitness, weight training and diet. No class 3/26.

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Dance – Seniors Cantonese Senior Line Dance 1:00 pm 4:00 pm Sunset Recreation Center Multi Purpose Room Senior Adult Dance & Theater Teresa Yu 19-Mar 28-May

A variety of courses designed for the more mature adult. It’s great exercise and a lot of fun. Improves posture, balance and flexibility through basic dance movement and routines.

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Sunday

Facility Operating Hours:

Closed

Classes & Open Gym/Swim Schedule:

There are no Classes at this time

Facility FAQ

About the Facility: The building has a large auditorium that is used for art, yoga, early childhood development, exercise, dance and more. We also have a full size gym with multiple hoops, ping pong Area and fully remodeled kitchen. Our outdoor amenities consist of tennis courts, baseball/ softball field, outdoor basketball court and a newly renovated children’s play ground.

Directions: The recreation center is located on Lawton St between 28th and 29th Avenue.

Bus Routes:  N Judah, 30th & Judah stop; #71 28th & Noriega stop

Attractions Near By: Ocean Beach and Golden gate park are a short drive or bus ride away.

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