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Save the date to join the Recreation Division for the 2019 Science Week, April 6th through 13th!

Participants under the age of 17 will receive a stamp on a special "passport" at each workshop they attend. Participants with a minimum of five stamps will receive a special prize. Workshops include live animal demonstrations, kite building, crazy chemistry and more. For a complete list of workshops and times, dates, and locations, click this link: bit.ly/2Fl62pN
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Our first wood chip/ mulch giveaway of 2019 is this Saturday, March 23rd from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m., at the City Yard at the corner of Neroly Road and Main Street (entrance on Neroly).

Residents need to bring their own tools/shovels and bags/containers to load and carry the mulch, and a tarp to cover if necessary. Initially we’re asking the public to not take more than 5 yards at a time. Supplies are limited.
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Biddy Sports is like no other program! Boys and girls ages 3 to 5 years will learn the fundamentals of the sport. Parent volunteers are essential and parents are encouraged to coach their child’s team– no experience is required and all training will be provided.

The coaches' training will take place on Monday, April 22nd in the evening. Each one hour class includes a fun group warm-up, practice with your team, and playing a game. The time will vary from week-to-week, but your child will always play on Saturday, for one hour at either 9:30 or 10:30 a.m. This deadline to register is Wednesday, April 17th.

Biddy T-Ball
3-5 years old
Oakley Recreation Center 1250 O’Hara Avenue
$68 Residents, $78 Non-Residents
4/27-6/8 Saturdays 9 a.m. to noon

For more information about any of the programs above contact the Recreation Division at (925) 625-7041.
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The kids from Bright Beginnings preschool toured City Hall and the Oakley Police Department this morning. After the kids heard a bit about the history of Oakley and how the city operates from City Manager Bryan Montgomery, Police Chief Eric Christensen talked about how the OPD keeps everyone safe.

The biggest hit of the tour was when Officer Palmer showed the kids an Oakley police car. They loved the flashing lights, but thought the siren was a bit loud! The kids all took turns saying something over the loudspeaker.

The City of Oakley offers free tours of City Hall and the Police Department to schools and other youth groups. Tours are available on weekdays and to make a reservation, please email Nancy Marquez-Suarez at marquez@ci.oakley.ca.us.
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