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virtual activities and Resource center

Welcome to the Youth, Parks, and Community Enrichment Department’s Virtual Activities and Resource Center!

This is your place for fun, education, and resources through these unprecedented times. With our in-person programs postponed and facilities temporarily closed, we will continue to share activities and resources to keep the Sacramento community active, connected, and informed. We are committed together to empower our youth, strengthen our neighborhoods, and provide life-enriching programs for a beautiful, livable community.

Visit this page often or follow us on Instagram and Facebook for new updates and ideas to keep you and your loved ones healthy, active and informed. Also, tag us at  and use the hashtag #YPCESAC to share how you are staying connected through parks and recreation!

Youth Ages 0-5

Tape Resist Art

Activities/Games

Recycled Art

Activities from other Sources

Activities on Video

ARTS, CRAFTS, AND EDUCATION

COLORING & ACTIVITY SHEETS

PARENT/GUARDIAN RESOURCES

Physical Activity

Youth K-6

How to Make Slime

Junior Giants At Home

FREE program for all youth ages 5-18. Attend LIVE, online practices and get access to training videos from the San Francisco Giants Coaching staff.

Summer Season 1 runs June 8 to June 29 | Summer Season 2 runs July 6 to July 27

Activities/Games

Recycled Art

Activities from other Sources

Activities on Video

Leisure Enrichment Courses

Make Math Fun with the Abacus! (Online Class)

An Abacus is an ancient tool used in parts of Asia to perform math calculations. If your child loves math, they are sure to be intrigued by this new method of doing Math. Or if your child is intimidated by Math, then this class may help them approach it in a way that works better for them.
Ages: 7 -12
Price:$160.00
When: Jun 8, 2020 to Jun 12, 2020 Monday-Friday from 9:00am-12:00pm
Register Here

Introduction to Coding with Scratch! (Online Class)

We’re introducing another adventure into the world of STEM: coding! Using a program called SCRATCH, students will be able to use a comprehensive and intuitive, drag and drop interface to create their first program.
Ages: 7 -12
Price: $160.00
When: Jun 15, 2020 to Jun 19, 2020 Monday-Friday from 9:00am-12:00pm
Register Here

Game Design with Scratch! (Online Class)

Calling all game lovers out there. It’s fun to play video games, it’s even more fun to design your own game! In this class you won’t just learn to program the games, you will also have fun playing them.
Ages: 7 -12
Price: $160.00
When: July 13, 2020 to July 17, 2020 Monday-Friday from 9:00am-12:00pm
Register Here

Introduction to Digital Drawing and Design with Autodesk Sketchbook (Online Class)

Does your child love to draw? Take drawing skills to the next level by integrating technology. Digital Drawing and Design classes will use Autodesk Sketchbook software to teach students create beautiful pieces of art. Lessons will be 2.5 hours long, five days a week with a live instructor guiding the lesson and answering questions in each one.
Ages: 9 -12
Price: $140.00
When: July 20, 2020 to July 24, 2020 Monday-Friday from 9:00am-11:30am
Register Here

Virtual Tours and Live cams

Aquariums & Zoos

Destination Sites & Art Galleries

Arts, Crafts & Education

COLORING & ACTIVITY SHEETS

PARENT/GUARDIAN RESOURCES

Physical Activity

Baseball/Softball

  • Junior Giants At Home
    FREE program for all youth ages 5-18. Attend LIVE, online practices and get access to training videos from the San Francisco Giants Coaching staff.
    Summer Season 1 runs June 8 to June 29 | Summer Season 2 runs July 6 to July 27
    Sign up for Summer Virtual Season 1, NOW!
    Visit the City of Sacramento, YPCE's Junior Giants page for more information.  
  • MLB @ Home
    Need something fun to do while at home? Your favorite baseball teams have you covered. Lots of MLB teams are posting games, coloring pages and more to help keep young baseball fans busy. Check out these baseball-themed activities from MLB and teams around the league.
    MLB Games and Activities

Basketball

Exercise Games and Activities

  • BOKS
    With many schools being closed and kids at home, BOKS has many games and activities to keep young people active and happy during this difficult time. Anxiety is at an all-time high and one of the best ways to reduce stress in young people and adults is to get exercise– here are some free and accessible resources that can be done at home.
    BOKS Games and Activities

Football

  • NFL @ Home
    Keeping active while social distancing is an important part of staying home and staying strong. With Prepare to Play virtual videos, training for ages 14 and up can be done anywhere at home and without much equipment — all you need is a little space and some determination. Check back weekly for new videos. 
    NFL@Home Training videos

Recess

  • Recess at Home
    Recess at home. Young people need play to stay active and engaged. We want to share our expertise to help keep kids engaged in play during this challenging time.
    PlayWorks Recess at Home

Skateboarding

Skateboarding Cont.

Soccer

Yoga

Science at Home

Teens

Trick Shot Challenge 

 

Junior Giants

Junior Giants At Home
FREE program for all youth ages 5-18. Attend LIVE, online practices and get access to training videos from the San Francisco Giants Coaching staff.
Summer Season 1 runs June 8 to June 29 | Summer Season 2 runs July 6 to July 27

Get Outside

Upcoming Events

Activities/Crafts

College

  • College Tours

#SACGOESTOCOLLEGE

#SacGoesToCollege YouTube Channel 
College Experiences Shared

Workforce development

Cooking at Home

Food Project "How to" Videos & Recipes:

Mental Health

Physical Activities

Basketball

Football

  • NFL @ Home
    Keeping active while social distancing is an important part of staying home and staying strong. With Prepare to Play virtual videos, training for ages 14 and up can be done anywhere at home and without much equipment — all you need is a little space and some determination. Check back weekly for new videos. 
    NFL@Home Training videos

Baseball/ Softball

  • Junior Giants At Home
    FREE program for all youth ages 5-18. Attend LIVE, online practices and get access to training videos from the San Francisco Giants Coaching staff.
    Summer Season 1 runs June 8 to June 29 | Summer Season 2 runs July 6 to July 27
    Sign up for Summer Virtual Season 1, NOW!
    Visit the City of Sacramento, YPCE's Junior Giants page for more information. 
  • MLB @ Home
    Need something fun to do while at home? Your favorite baseball teams have you covered. Lots of MLB teams are posting games, coloring pages and more to help keep young baseball fans busy. Check out these baseball-themed activities from MLB and teams around the league.
    MLB Games and Activities

Fitness

  • PlayWorks
    Recess at home. Young people need play to stay active and engaged. We want to share our expertise to help keep kids engaged in play during this challenging time.
    PlayWorks Recess at Home
  • BOKS
    With many schools being closed and kids at home, BOKS has many games and activities to keep young people active and happy during this difficult time. Anxiety is at an all-time high and one of the best ways to reduce stress in young people and adults is to get exercise– here are some free and accessible resources that can be done at home.
    BOKS Games and Activities

Skateboarding

Soccer

YMCA

City of Sacramento Videos

RESOURCES

Science at Home

Virtual Tours and Live cams

Aquariums & Zoos

Destination Sites & Art Galleries

YOUTH Workforce DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

Adults

 

How to make a Green Smoothie Video
plus Green Smoothies Recipes (PDF)

Get Outside

Physical Activity Resources

  • American Heart Association Health and Fitness
    Heart healthy fitness, inspiration and resources to help you lead a healthy lifestyle and stay active. 
  • Get Active
    A basic overview of how regular physical activity promotes mental and physical health! Physical activity is anything that gets your body moving.
  • Guide to Physical Activity
    Examples of moderate-intensity amounts of physical activity, common chores, and sporting activities.
  • Exercise and Physical Activity
    Find tips on how to fit exercise into your daily life safely and get motivated to get moving! A comprehensive guide to getting started, workout equipment, fitness tracking, and the different types of exercise.
  • Play with Heart
    Description: Join our one of our community partner’s Street Soccer USA, as they review some exercises to do at home to stay in shape.
  • YMCA Health and Fitness
    Health and Fitness videos for the whole family to keep you active and moving.

Mental Health

National Water Safety Month

Printable Resources

Parent/Guardian RESOURCES

Activities

city of sacramento Videos

Safety and Outdoor Videos

"How to Make..." Videos

Food Project "How to" Videos & Recipes:

GARDENING

Virtual Tours and Live cams

Aquariums & Zoos

Destination Sites & Art Galleries

Cooking at Home

Food Project "How to" Videos & Recipes:

Water Safety Links

Want to become a Water Guardian? Click here to take the quiz! 

Older Adults

Physical Activity Resources

  • American Heart Association Health and Fitness
    Heart healthy fitness, inspiration, and resources to help you lead a healthy lifestyle and stay active.
  • Get Active
    A basic overview of how regular physical activity promotes mental and physical health! Physical activity is anything that gets your body moving.
  • Guide to Physical Activity
    Examples of moderate-intensity amounts of physical activity, common chores, and sporting activities.
  • Exercise and Physical Activity
    Find tips on how to fit exercise into your daily life safely and get motivated to get moving! A comprehensive guide to getting started, workout equipment, fitness tracking, and the different types of exercise.
  • Play with Heart
    Description: Join our one of our community partner’s Street Soccer USA, as they review some exercises to do at home to stay in shape.
  • YMCA Health and Fitness
    Health and Fitness videos for all ages to keep you active and moving.

Get Outside

Courses

  • ZOOM Exercise, Energize & Enjoy
    Please join me, Peggy Edgerly, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 2:00 to 3:00 pm. This one-hour class is geared towards helping seniors 50 plus to gain strength, balance, endurance, and flexibility. You will be able to exercise at your own level, be it beginner, intermediate, or advanced. Register Here
  • FolkArt@Home May 2020
    Free / 5 Fridays, May 1 – May 29, 2020
    It’s been called Primitive, Naïve or Outsider art, but whatever you call it Folk Art is created by, for, and about the people. Usually made by self-taught artists with little or no formal art training, some of folk art’s most famous practitioners include Grandma Moses, Mary Englebreit, Charles Wysocki, Clementine Hunter and Warren Kimball. Folk Art takes as its subject matter the people, places and things we see every day and everywhere. It offers us a trip down memory lane and celebrates all that we love about America, past and present.
    Hart Senior Center is offering a new series of step-by-step, easy-to-learn, and easy-to-do, lessons in the wonderful world of Folk Art. Created for Hart Center by Marie Taylor, this is a perfect introduction to art making. You can apply your designs to a variety of items such as cards, calendars, linens and household decor. Best of all, you won’t have to leave home to try it. FolkArt@Home will be delivered to you via email, with a new lesson arriving in your inbox each Friday in May. Register today and kick start your artistic career!
    Link to Register / Or, call Hart Senior Center at (916) 808-5462 to register by phone.
  • Virtual Bingo for Seniors
    Dates: May 14th and 21st
    Time: 1 pm / Online - Zoom (link will be provided)
    Join us on Zoom for a fun afternoon of Bingo while you stay safe at home! Zoom is an audio and video application that works on smart phones, tablets and computers. Never used Zoom? We will send you everything you need to know after you sign up to play. Prizes will be given to winners.
    To sign up, email Laura Argueta, largueta@cityofsacramento.org

  • PoetryAppreciation@Home – Robert Frost
    Free
    / Friday, May 15, 11am to 12:30pm on ZOOM
    Hart Senior Center’s Poetry Appreciation program resumes – online and through video conferencing with Zoom. Join us while we read and discuss some of the best poetry by a poet considered an American institution.  Our poet for May is Robert Frost. Robert Frost (1874 –1963) was an American poet known for his realistic portraits of rural life in New England. He was a poet of traditional verse forms who remained apart from the poetic movements of his time. With a command of American colloquial speech, his poetry often focused on universal themes. Frost received four Pulitzer Prizes for Poetry, the Congressional Gold Medal in 1960, and was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature 31 times! Some of his poems such as “Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening” have been memorized by school children for decades.
    Click Here to Register Or, call Hart Senior Center at (916) 808-5462 to register by phone.
  • I Haiku, do You?
    Haiku is a form of poetry that is short, sincere, grounded, intense and touching. It describes an experience of life that can be universal. If this sounds like the kind of poems you like to read and write, this class may just be your cup of tea – green, of course. Our four-part series will touch on the history, form and masters of haiku poetry but the main emphasis will be on experiencing and writing about “the haiku moment.” 

    •  GET YOUR HAIKU ON! This is a video conference class with Zoom. No need to get out of your pajamas or put on a mask. We will meet once a week for 90 minutes from 11 am to 12:30 pm on Friday, May 22 and 28, and June 5 and 12. Class size is limited. Registrations will close on Thursday May 21. 
      Class is free but not easy! Facilitated by Marie Taylor Register here 

  • A Special Treat for Hart Senior Center Strength & Balance Students!
    Hart Senior Center seems very quiet these days, especially Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings when the center is normally teaming with people who come for Joe Miguel’s Strength & Balance class. Joe’s hoping his students are finding ways to stay fit, but in case you’re having a hard time getting off the couch, we’ve created a video of Joe going through the regular Strength & Balance routine, in his own unique, down-home style. If you’d like a link to the video, send an email to Linda at LThao3@cityofsacramento.org.

 

Green Smoothies Recipes (PDF)

Cooking at Home

Food Project "How to" Videos & Recipes:

Mental Health

National Water Safety Month

 Printable Resources

PARENT/GUARDIAN RESOURCES

Activities

city of sacramento Videos

Safety and Outdoor Videos

"How to Make..." Videos

Food "How to..." Videos

GARDENING

Virtual Tours and Live cams

Aquariums & Zoos

Destination Sites & Art Galleries

All Ages/Family Fun

Get outside

Trail Link: Sacramento, California Trails and Maps

ACTIVITIES

Recycled Art

ARTS, CRAFTS, AND EDUCATION

Gardening

city of sacramento Videos

Safety and Outdoor Videos

"How to Make..." Videos

Food "How to..." Videos

How to Make Ice cream

Cooking at Home

CRAFTS/GAMES

Mental Health

Physical Activity Resources

YMCA Health and Fitness
Health and fitness videos for the whole family to keep you active and moving.

Virtual Tours and Live cams

Aquariums & Zoos

Destination Sites & Art Galleries

Older Adults with Dementia

Triple-R Virtual Activities and Resources

Virtual Activities

Come and experience the camaraderie of Triple-R by participating in our weekly virtual meetups where we will play games, laugh and have fun together. For more information on how to participate, please contact Misa Takagi at mtakagi@cityofsacramento.org. If you need basic technical assistance to get started, please indicate this in your email to Misa and we will do our best to guide you.

Triple-R June 2020 Calendar
All activities start at 11:00am

  • 6/2/20- Full Body Workout!
  • 6/4/20- Animal Bingo. Played just like regular bingo but with pictures of animals.
  • 6/9/20- Happy Hour and Lei Making Workshop. We will sip our favorite mocktails and make lei’s…we can bring Hawaii to us!
  • 6/11/20- Chair Exercise Class
  • 6/16/20- Flag Day Celebration. We will discuss the history behind Flag Day and make our own unique creations to celebrate it.
  • 6/18/20- Pictionary Triple-R style. Come have fun with us as a play this classic game, have fun and hopefully laugh a lot.
  • 6/22/20-Father’s Day Celebration- we will be toasting all the dads with root beer floats!
  • 6/23/20- BINGO! (no more explanation needed!)
  • 6/25/20- A Capella Sing-Along- We will raise our voices together in joy.
  • 6/30/20- Exercise using Resistance Bands.

If you are not currently a Triple-R participant but would like to participate, please contact Stephanie Wilson, Triple-R Director, at smwilson@cityofsacramento.org.

Dementia Education
We are now several months into staying at home due to COVID-19. If you are finding it frustrating to communicate with loved one, need some tips on how to make things easier at home or just want to talk to other people who are in the same situation as you are, we have resources for you!

Webinars

FREE Webinar- Alzheimer’s Association- Healthy Living for your Brain and Body
Thursday, June 4, 2020 10:00am-11:30am
To register, call 1-800-272-3900

For centuries, we've known that the health of the brain and the body are connected. But now, science is able to provide insights into how to make lifestyle choices that may help you keep your brain and body healthy as you age. Join us to learn about research in the areas of diet and nutrition, exercise, cognitive activity and social engagement, and use hands-on tools to help you incorporate these recommendations into a plan for healthy aging.

FREE Webinar Del Oro Caregiver Resource Center- A Daughter’s Journey
Wednesday, June 10, 2020 12:00pm-1:30pm

Join Senior Care Solutions founder and owner, Carol Kinsel as she recounts the journey of caring for her father who had Alzheimer’s disease. In this presentation, Carol narrates this experience that changed the course of her life while providing a fresh, honest perspective on the challenges of caregiving and navigating the senior care maze. With its honest reflection, valuable insights, and thoughtful guidance, her story offers hope and help to other caregivers who may be traveling the same path.
**Sponsored by Del Oro CRC, Senior Care Solutions, Alzheimer’s Association**
To Register: Sign up by clicking HERE
To Join Meeting: After you register, you will receive an email invitation with the meeting details. Download the Zoom app or go to https://zoom.us/join to enter the meeting code and password.

FREE Webinar Alzheimer’s Association- Effective Dementia Communication Strategies
Wednesday, June 10, 2020 10:00am-11:30am
To register, call: 1800-272-2900

Communication is more than just talking and listening – it’s also about sending and receiving messages through attitude, tone of voice, facial expressions and body language. As people with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias progress in their journey and the ability to use words is lost, families need new ways to connect. Join us to explore how communication takes place when someone has Alzheimer’s, learn to decode the verbal and behavioral messages delivered by someone with dementia, and identify strategies to help you connect and communicate at each stage of the disease. The Effective Communication Strategies program of the Alzheimer’s Association was designed to provide practical information and resources to help dementia caregivers learn to decode verbal and behavioral messages from people with dementia.

FREE Webinar Alzheimer’s Association - COVID-19 and Caregiving
Friday, June 19, 2020 10:00am-11:30am
To register, call: 1800-272-2900

Caring for someone living with dementia during the COVID-19 pandemic adds unique challenges for caregivers. This program provides simple tips caregivers can put in place whether the person living with dementia lives at home, in a residential facility, or care providers are coming into the home.

FREE Webinar Alzheimer’s Association - Understanding and Responding to Dementia Related Behavior
Friday, June 26, 2020 10:00am-11:30am
To register, call: 1800-272-2900

Behavior is a powerful form of communication and is one of the primary ways for people with dementia to communicate their needs and feelings as the ability to use language is lost. However, some behaviors can present real challenges for caregivers to manage. Join us to learn to decode behavioral messages, identify common behavior triggers, and learn strategies to help intervene with some of the most common behavioral challenges of Alzheimer’s disease.

Mental Health and Caregiver Respite Resources

Monthly Online Dementia Caregiver Support Group
Support group meetings provide education and emotional support so that caregivers do not feel alone, especially during this unprecedented time. Those providing care for their loved ones with dementia have a wealth of experience to share with each other and can also look to each other for support and advice.

During the COVID-19 outbreak, all support group meetings have moved to phone and online check-ins. The monthly support group facilitated by Triple-R Program Coordinator, Chantell Albers, in partnership with the Alzheimer’s Association is now offered by phone. The meeting takes place the second Friday of every month from 11a.m.-12p.m. To register for this free service, please contact Denise Davis at ddavis1@alz.org.

24/7 Alzheimer’s Association Helpline
The Alzheimer’s Association 24/7 Helpline (800-272-3900) is available around the clock, 365 days a year. Through this free service, specialists and master’s-level clinicians offer confidential support and information to people living with the disease, caregivers, families and the public.

Friendship Line California
This is a toll-free line that provides emotional support to older Californians facing loneliness, isolation and anxiety. The number is 1-888-670-1360.

Respite Support
If you need in-home respite, please contact our community partner, Del Oro Caregiver Resource Center at (916) 728-9333 for more information about how you can receive additional help while you are providing care for a loved one at home.

People with Disabilities

Access Leisure Calendar Virtual Activities / May & June

Get Fit – Wednesday Virtual Workout!

Wednesday, June 3rd, 10th, 17th, and 24th
5:30pm – 6:00pm
FREE!
ZOOM:
https://zoom.us/j/96910987980
Phone: 1(669) 900-6833
Meeting ID: 96910987980
Join us for 30 minutes of indoor exercise via Zoom! These sessions will focus on stretching, breathing, cardio, and strength conditioning. Use the Zoom link to log in each Wednesday at 5:30pm. All exercises can be taken at your own pace and can be completed while standing, seated on a mat, seated in a chair… or all of the above! Our goal is to provide some time for socializing, movement, and fun! 

Name that Tune – 80s, 90s, and Today!

Thursday, June 4th
4:00pm – 5:00pm
FREE!
ZOOM:
https://zoom.us/j/95633787660
Phone: 1(669) 900-6833
Meeting ID: 95633787660
Get ready for a fun afternoon full of great hits and some team competition. Use the Zoom link to log in at 4:00pm. Staff will lead a fun-filled hour of Name that Tune for all to enjoy! Can’t log in? Call in instead.

Yoga

Monday, June 8th
2:00pm – 2:45pm
FREE!
ZOOM:

https://zoom.us/j/95174075520
Phone: 1(669) 900-6833
Meeting ID: 95174075520
Let’s exercise, relax, breathe, and learn together with our volunteer yoga instructor. Use the Zoom link to log in at 2:00pm. Our volunteer yoga instructor will guide us through some basic yoga. A mat is recommended, but not necessary. Great for all experience levels!

Dance Exercise

Tuesday, June 9th & 23rd
5:30pm – 6:15pm
FREE!
ZOOM:
https://zoom.us/j/99211141645
Phone: 1(669) 900-6833
Meeting ID: 99211141645
Join us for a great pre-dinner cardio dance extravaganza! No prior experience needed. Use the Zoom link to log in on the scheduled Tuesdays at 5:30pm. All exercises can be taken at your own pace and can be completed while standing or seated.

Scavenger Hunt

Friday, June 12th
3:00pm – 4:00pm
FREE!
ZOOM:

https://zoom.us/j/93986113057
Phone: 1(669) 900-6833
Meeting ID: 93986113057
Ready, set, go! Follow along as staff leads us through an in-home scavenger hunt Friday, June 12th. Use the Zoom link to log in at 3:00pm. We’ll be on the lookout for fun things to find around the house. This will be a fast paced and fun game for all. Can’t log in? Call in instead.

Step by Step Drawing with Thea

Monday, June 15th
6:30pm – 7:30pm
FREE!
ZOOM:
https://zoom.us/j/99969002792
Phone: 1(669) 900-6833
Meeting ID: 99969002792
Join us for an Art & Sip Night – drawing edition! Be sure to bring along your favorite non-alcoholic beverage to enjoy while we draw.Use the Zoom link to log in at 6:30pm. Access Leisure staff member, Thea, will lead us in some step by step drawing activities. Supplies needed: paper or something to draw on and something to draw with (pencils, markers, pens, crayons, etc.).

Strawberry Shortcake & Summer S’mores

Friday, June 19th
4:00pm – 5:00pm
ZOOM:
https://zoom.us/j/97084380807
Phone: 1(669) 900-6833
Meeting ID: 97084380807
Kitchen time! Follow along and bake while we bake – or join us for the show and some socialization. Feel free to choose just one recipe… or both!Use the Zoom link to log in at 4:00pm. Staff will demonstrate two separate recipes. Recipes will be sent to participants one week ahead of time for those who would like to follow along live. You may also join just for fun if you are not able to bake live with us. Can’t log in? Call in instead.
Recipes for this Event:

Charades

Monday, June 22nd
4:00pm – 5:00pm
FREE!
ZOOM:
https://zoom.us/j/91298060981
Phone: 1(669) 900-6833
Meeting ID: 91298060981
Join us for the classic word guessing game – virtual edition! Use the Zoom link to log in at 4:00pm. Staff will assemble teams and will go through a series of words and phrases to act out while other teams try to successfully guess the word or phrase.

Talent Show

Friday, June 26th
3:00pm – End time determined by the number of Talent Show participants
FREE!
ZOOM:

https://zoom.us/j/94970255219
Phone: 1(669) 900-6833
Meeting ID: 94970255219
Come one, come all! Let’s showcase some awesome talents! We hope to see you there! You may have to get creative with what you have at home. Possible ideas: show & tell art projects (show us something you’ve created and talk about how you did it), demonstrate a skill (like singing, sports, dancing, etc.), read a poem, tell a joke, and more! Use the Zoom link to log in at 3:00pm. Please email Heather at heverett@cityofsacramento.org with a quick overview of the talent you would like to demonstrate. Please email Heather no later than Thursday, June 25th at 5:00pm. Guidelines: talents must be appropriate for all ages, must be something that can be demonstrated/ talked about/ or shown through Zoom, can be up to about 4 minutes long. You may request music to go along with your talent if you email Heather ahead of time to coordinate the song. You may choose to log in and watch even if you are not participating in the Talent Show. Can’t log in? Call in instead.

Dance Party!

Tuesday, June 30th
10:30am – 11:30am
FREE!
ZOOM:
https://zoom.us/j/99336293503
Phone: 1(669) 900-6833
Meeting ID: 99336293503
Put those dancing shoes on! Join us for an hour of fun music for a pre-lunch dance party. Use the Zoom link to log in at 10:30am. We’ll play a variety of fun dancing music and may even get to showcase a live musician! Can’t log in? Call in instead.

Zoom Information:

What you will need:
Internet connection + a Zoom account + a smart phone, laptop, tablet, or a desktop computer.
Please Note: If you do not want to create a Zoom account or do not have access to internet and a device, you can still join these activities by phone.

To create a Zoom account, go to this link: https://zoom.us/

  • In the top right-hand corner of the screen, click “Sign Up for Free.” Follow the prompts, and you will be all set!

  • Find the programs/ activities on these pages that you are interested in. Enter the meeting link into your device, and you will be ready to go!  Depending on how you log in, you may also need the meeting ID (provided in the Zoom Link columns on this page and on the previous page.

  • Zoom activities will start on time. We will have casual “hang out” time for the first 3-5 minutes of each session to be sure everyone has logged in.

  • You will get to see some of your favorite Access Leisure staff as well as virtually meet Heather, the newest member of the Access Leisure team.

  • Some of these programs may run during your typical dinner time. Feel free to bring dinner along to your Zoom session! (Please, avoid bringing food to our Get Fit - Wednesday Virtual Workouts).

No pre-registration or registration required for these virtual April activities. Log into your Zoom account utilizing the links provided. We’ll see you there!

Having trouble getting Zoom on your laptop, phone, or home computer and still want to participate?
You can also choose to call in to each session by utilizing the phone number provided for each activity in the table above.

If you would like additional assistance setting up your Zoom account, you may email Heather at heverett@cityofsacramento.org for assistance.

For Monthly Calendar via Email contact: JYarrow@cityofsacramento.org

Additional at-home activity ideas and wellness tips:

  • Keep up with routines
  • Stay in touch with friends, family members, and coworkers by phone, email, and video chat
  • Eat well
  • Drink lots of water
  • Be sure to get enough sleep
  • Email Access Leisure for activity suggestions
  • Follow Access Leisure on Facebook at @Accessleisure for activity ideas and to stay in touch with fellow participants and staff
  • Exercise daily
  • Keep up with hobbies; e.g. art, talking to friends, watching movies, listening to music, etc.
  • Reach out if you need assistance
  • Take walks with people you live with
  • Laugh – read jokes, watch a funny movie

Youth Voice & Choice Survey

VOICE & CHOICE SURVEY

Are you a youth 12-24 years old?If so, you are being encouraged to please take a moment to complete this survey.YOUR feedback is important to us! Due to the COVID-19 and stay at home orders, we are working together to create more virtual opportunities and activities for youth.

We want to hear YOUR Voice and Choice! 
Link to survey on SurveyMonkey