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  • C I T Y O F R I V E R B A N K

    Fall/Winter Fall/Winter 20142014/2/2015015

    September-February

    City of Riverbank Recreation Office 6707 Third St., Riverbank, CA 95367

    www.riverbank.orgwww.riverbank.orgwww.riverbank.org

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    General .................................2Special Events.......................3Youth Activities......................5Teen Activities .......................5Sports ...................................6Adult/Senior Activities ...........7Facility/Park Rental ...............8Registration Information ........8

  • 2General Information CITY GOVERNMENT NUMBERSEmergency ................................................911Animal Services ..............................847-2231Animal Shelter..................................847-5625City Clerk..........................................863-7198City Manager ....................................863-7122Human Resources ............................863-7125Human Services Specialist ............ 863-7153Parks and Recreation Dept..............863-7150Teen Center .....................................869-7023Housing Division ..............................863-7126Community Development ................863-7127Finance Department ...................... 863-7109Local Redevelopment Authority (RLA).........................................................863-8352

    Development Services .....................863-7127Public Works ....................................869-7128After Hours ............................1-800-672-9068Sheriffs Department ...................... 869-7162Fire Department ........................869-2713

    CITY HALL BUSINESS HOURSMonday Thursday: 7:30 am to 5:30 pm Fridays: 8:00 am to 5:00 pmClosed alternating Fridays

    FINANCE & DEVELOPMENT SERVICESLocated at CITY HALL SOUTH6617 Third Street

    ADMINISTRATION, CITY CLERK, CITY MANAGER, HUMAN RESOURCES, HUMANSERVICESLocated at City Hall North Suite-A 6707 Third Street

    PARKS AND RECREATION, HOUSING DIVISIONLocated at City Hall North Suite-C 6707 Third Street

    LRA (LOCAL REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY)Located at 5300 Claus Rd.

    CITY OFFICES WILL BE CLOSED:FOR THE FOLLOWING HOLIDAYS DURING THE FALL/WINTER 2014-2015Labor Day: September 1, 2014Veterans Day: November 11, 2014Thanksgiving Day: November 26-28, 2014Christmas / New Years: December 24, 2014 January 5, 2014

    Clubs and Organizations

    RIVER VALLEY STITCHERSMeet the first Thursday of each month at theCommunity Center at the 6:30pm 8:30pmBeginner to experts can enjoy needlework.For more information contact:Floy Worden 209-840-3421 (president)Sue Sterling 209-578-3577

    TUOLUMNE WOODWORKERS ASSOCIATIONMeetings are the first Monday of each monthat the Scout Hall located at 3017 High Street.Meetings may include guest speakers, upcoming projects and more!Please Visit www.trwa.net or Contact WayneMeissner 209-858-2263

    ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA Riverbank Chapter 9890Meets the first Wednesday of each month at 11am. For more information contact: Diane Talbert at 209-863-9965 or email [email protected]

    RIVERBANK ROTARY CLUBMeets every Thursday morning at 7:15am atthe Perkos Restaurant in Riverbank. Formore information contact: Karen Bickford(President) 209-869-8676

    NEIGHBORHOOD WATCHIf you would like to organize a group in your neighborhood or if you would like moreinformation, Please call 209-863-7106

    RIVERBANK FEDERATED WOMANS CLUBMeets the third Tuesday of each month from6:30-8:30pm at the Scout Hall, 3017 HighStreet. New members 18 and over are welcome to attend. For more informationplease Contact Marilyn McRitchie at869-1760

    VALLEY ARTS ASSOCIATIONThis group meets the first Tuesday of eachmonth at the Riverbank Scout Hall from 6-9pm For more information please contact: Vonnie Munion at 845-0252

    PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT

    PARKS AND RECREATION DIRECTORSue Fitzpatrick ...........................863-7140

    RECREATION SUPERVISORKerrie Webb ...............................863-7149

    PARK SUPERVISORTim Dowdy ................................863-7123ADMINISTRATIVE CLERK..................................................863-7150

    CITY COUNCIL

    Mayor - Richard D. OBrien

    Vice Mayor - Cal Campbell

    Council Members: Darlene Barber-Martinez, Leanne Jones Cruz, andJeanine Tucker

    City Manager - Jill Anderson

    The City Council meets the 2nd and 4thTuesday of each month in the City Council Chambers at 6:00pm.

    PLANNING COMMISSIONJoan Stewart (Chair)Patricia Hughes (Vice Chair)John VillapuduaAnthony D McKinney

    The planning commission meets the thirdTuesday of each month in the City CouncilChambers at 6:00pm.

    FRIENDS OF JACOB MYERS PARKScott Mc Ritchie, Bruce Edwards, JanetVaccaro, Gary Vaccaro, Ric McGinnis, Dennis Zinner, Marilyn Zinner, and MarinaCampbell. City liaison,Vice Mayor Cal Campbell and Sue Fitzpatrick, Director ofParks and Recreation.

    The Friends of Jacob Myers Park meet on amonthly basis or as needed to work on parkprojects. A gift catalog is available for donations to the Friends of Jacob MyersPark, a 501 C-3 non-profit Corporation.

    CITY OF ACTION!REGISTER FOR PROGRAMS ONLINE

    ATWWW.RIVERBANKRECREATION.COM

  • Community ServicesC.A.S.A DEL RIOFAMILY RESOURCE CENTERThe center provides a variety of resourcesand referrals to help families and individuals. Center located at 2400 Stanislaus Street. The family resource center is open 8:30am to 5:30pm Monday-Friday. For more information call 869-0468

    SENIOR MEALS PROGRAMAny senior (60+) is eligible. Enjoy nutritional information, fun activities and theopportunity to meet and make new friends.Fresh, hot meals are prepared and deliveredto the Community center by ARC catering.Menus are developed by a registered dieti-cian and meals are FREE to seniors. A $3donation is suggested. For more info call593-5633.

    SPECIALEVENTS39TH ANNUAL CHEESE AND WINE EXPOSITION

    This years tasting event will feature a widearray of locally produced artisanal cheeses,wines that showcase the Central Valleysmost outstanding grapes, several varietalsthat are newly being imported to our region,as well as a selection of craft beers all in-dividually chosen to highlight the best andmost delicious tastes of our region. Winetasting tickets are $20.00 in advance and$30.00 at the door, available for purchase atthe City of Riverbank 6707 Third StreetSuite C. In addition, the street faire will befilled with over 100 vendors, a full carnival,a fantastic kids area with rides and games,and live music. ADMISSION IS FREE! Vendorapplications and more information is avail-able at www.RiverbankCheeseandWine.orgor by calling 209-523-4526WHEN: Saturday October 11, 2014

    10:00 am to 7:00 pmSunday October 12, 201410:00 am to 5:00 pm

    LOCATION:Downtown Riverbank

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    RIVERBANK CHAMBER OF COMMERCEMeets the first Wednesday of each month from 8:30am to 10:00am at City Hall Council Chambers. For more info call 869-4541 or email [email protected]

    KIWANIS CLUB OF RIVERBANKMeets every Thursday (except the third Thursday of the month) from 6-7pm at Perkos Caf in Riverbank. For more info contact: Donna King (president) at 345-8931 or email at [email protected]

    RIVERBANK TOASTMASTERS CLUBMeets each Wednesday morning at6:30am at Perkos Caf in Riverbank.For more info Contact: Esther Weinapple (president) 614-1799 or visit the websiteat www.reospeechtrain.com

    RIVERBANK HISTORICAL SOCIETYMeets the first Saturday of the month at1:00pm at the museum, 3237 Santa FeStreet. Society dues are $10.00 per year.For more info call 869-7161Museum Hours: Tues.10am 12noon

    Thurs. 10am 12noonSat. 1-3pm

    WHERE: Community Center3600 Santa Fe

    WHEN: Monday, Tuesday and ThursdayTIME: 10:00 am 1:00pm

    (Lunch is served at 11:30am)

    SENIOR BRUNCH MEALSThe Central Valley Community Resources(CVCR) provide a FREE healthy brunch forthe seniors. For more information pleasecontact: Darlene Barber Martinez at 312-3957WHERE: Community Center

    3600 Santa Fe StreetWHEN: FridaysTIME: 10:00am 12noon

    HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE DISPOSALDATE: September 19 20, 2014TIME: 9am 1pmWHERE: 2901 High Street

    City of Corporation Yard

    RIVERBANK TURKEY DRIVEDATE: November 22, 2014TIME: 8:00am 4:00pmLOCATION: Les Schwab Tire Center

    2560 Patterson Rd.Please call 863-7153 for more information.

    RIVERBANK COMMUNITY CARESFOOD DRIVEDATE: November 24

    December 17, 2014Donations and Volunteers needed.For more information call 863-7153

    ADOPT A GRANDPARENT FORCHRISTMASDATE: November 20

    December 12, 2014Please call 863-7153 for more information.

    VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!Volunteers needed forHalloween Hayride, TurkeyTrot, Christmas Festival,Bell Ringers, RiverbankCares and MORE! CALLTODAY! Call 863-7150

    VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!Volunteers needed forHalloween Hayride, TurkeyTrot, Christmas Festival,Bell Ringers, RiverbankCares and MORE! CALLTODAY! Call 863-7150

  • HALLOWEEN SCARE SITES!Volunteers are needed to help at the Halloween Haunted Hayride at Jacob MyersPark in Riverbank. Come and join in the funof scaring your friends and family. Buildyour own scare site! Also sites are subjectto city approval. You must be able to workBOTH nights and stay for the entire event.You must provide your own decorations,props, generator and costuming! Call 863-7150 for more information regardingthis event!

    HALLOWEEN HAUNTED HAYRIDEWHEN: Friday October 24, 2014

    Saturday October 25, 2014TIME: Friday 7:00 9:30 pm

    Saturday 7:00 -10:00 PMADULTS: $10.00CHILDREN 4-12: $5.00UNDER 3 FREE (must sit on an adults lap)Bring your family to Jacob Myers Park andvisit the Haunted woods! You will hear scarysounds, see creepy things and have thingsjump out at you! Only the bravest will survive thi