Teen Programs

Glow Fitness

It's a glow in the dark fitness party! Starting in October each month join us and party your way into fitness, black light style! Each month will feature a different type of workout. Participants are encouraged to wear clothes that glow under a black light. Sneakers and comfortable shoes required! We will provide black lights and other glowing fun features!

Age: 15 and up
Day: Fridays
Dates: October 21st, November 18th, December 16th
Time: 6:30 pm
Location: Hammon Senior Center, 1033 W Las Palmas Ave
Cost: $5 drop in or $12 registration for all 3 dates

Registration begins September 13th. You can register online at http://activenet.active.com/patterson or walk in to the Recreation Department at 1033 W Las Palmas Ave.

**If you participate in any of our other fitness programs, bring by a full stamp card and get in for free!

Monster Mash Dodgeball Bash Tournament

Get ready to dodge the ghosts, duck the ghouls, dip past the vampires, dive past the werewolves, and...dodge that dodgeball! Come dressed in costumes with all your friends for a scary good time! Tournament will be round-robin style; prizes will be awarded for overall winner and best dressed!

Age: 14 and up
Day: Saturday
Date: October 29th
Time: First game at 10 am
Location: Walnut Grove Gym @ 775 Hartley Ave
Cost: $80 per team

Registration is from September 5th to October 24th. Walk in to the Recreation Department at 1033 W Las Palmas Ave to register.
From your Couch to your First 5K!
 Learn to run or walk your first 5k with a group as we take this leap together over a period of 8 weeks. This program is tailored for first time runners. Bring running sneakers and comfortable clothes! We will meet up at the community center parking lot each night and walk or run our way to a 5k! A 5k is 3.1 miles. This class will include a warm up stretch and cool down time.

Pokemon trainers welcome! Walk with us while catching Pokemon and watch those eggs hatch!

Age: 15+
Day: Mondays & Wednesdays
Dates: September 19th – November 14th (No Class October 31st)
Time: 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Location: We will meet at the Community Center Parking lot before traveling each day
Cost: $45

Registration begins August 16th. Register online at http://activenet.active.com/patterson or walk in to the Recreation Department at 1033 W. Las Palmas Ave.

Precision Driving Online Driver’s Education

Complete your driver’s education requirement from home, on your computer, tablet or other device. This is an interactive online course. Learn the rules of the road, DMV procedures and driver responsibility. Sign up anytime!

Age: 15 ½ and up
Days: Online course allows you to choose any day you’d like to work on the course!
Date: Per participant schedule
Time: 24/7 Location: Online
Cost: $25.00

California Requirements for Driver’s License- Under 18 years:
  • Complete Driver’s Education, Receive Certificate of Completion.
  • Submit application to DMV & pay licensing fee.
  • Pass written test & vision test at DMV.
  • Complete 6 hours of Driver’s Training from a professional driving school.
  • Complete 50 hours of supervised practice with CA, Licensed Driver who is 25 years or older (10 of these hours must be at night) Have permit for at least 6 months.

Babysitting 101
 Get ready for your first job, become a certified babysitter with Smart Kids 101’s Babysitting101 class. Students will be taught the fundamental of caring for kids from infant to tween! Emphasis on leadership skills, decision making, safety and students will learn basic first-aid and professionalism. Students will also get a chance to gain local family clients at our Meet the Babysitter event after gaining their certificate.

Age: 11- 17 years
Day: Fridays
Dates: September 16th –October 14th
Time: 5:00-6:00pm
Location: Hammon Senior Center, 1033 W. Las Palmas Ave 
Cost: $45/Session

Registration begins August 15th. Register online at http://activenet.active.com/patterson, or walk in the Recreation Department at 1033 W. Las Palmas Ave.

Patterson Youth Action Commission

The Youth Action Commission is a program that provides teens 6th-12th with activities and learning experiences that teach leadership, social skills, problem solving, and team building skills; while promoting community and cultural awareness. We value and promote youth ideas, input, involvement, diversity, communication, and success. This is a youth led program, so that the youth can make a difference on teen issues in their community.

How to Become a YAC member:
If you would like to become a member of YAC you can drop by the Recreation Department to pick up a registration form. If you have any questions regarding the Youth Action Commission, please see the contact information listed.

6th - 12th
depends on school
Fee: No Fee
Contact:  (209) 895 - 8084 or knelson

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