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32ND ANNUAL NATIONAL NIGHT OUT AGAINST CRIME 

Tuesday, August 4 | 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. | Grape Day Park
Originally Posted August 03, 2015

32ND ANNUAL NATIONAL NIGHT OUT AGAINST CRIME

Tuesday, August 4 | 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. | Grape Day Park 

The Police Department is pleased to invite you to participate in National Night Out 2015. Over 38 million people across the nation will join forces to promote police-community partnerships and neighborhood unity. Community resource organizations will be on hand to provide information relating to crime prevention, drug and violence prevention, education, health and safety. Bring your family and friends for an evening of fun, food, music and entertainment. Activities will be provided for children, including a bike rodeo (don’t forget the helmet!). Dance to the music of BWatt Entertainment and cool off with a refreshing Kona-Ice. We hope you can celebrate with us and help “Take a Bite out of Crime!” 

For more information contact Becky Fagan in the Special Event Division of the Police Department at 760-839-4961.

FALL ESCONDIDO RECREATION CLASSES 

Originally Posted July 27, 2015

As summer comes to a close, new adventures await. In early August, the Fall 2015 Escondido Recreation Guide will be available to our community.  I encourage youth and adults to participate in recreation programs that develop and strengthen leadership skills, enhance teamwork, support academics, foster confidence, and instill a sense of well-being and health.  Fall programs will run from August 31 through December, 2015. On-line registration for Fall programs will begin on Monday, August 10. For more information about these programs visit the Community Services website at www.recreation.escondido.org or call the Community Services Department at 760-839-4691

TINY TOTS ENROLLMENT TO BEGIN IN AUGUST 

Originally Posted July 20, 2015

Research shows that providing positive preschool experiences benefits children as they gain a sense of self, learn how to play and work with others, and prepares them for their future in education. The result of this experience is mature adults who excel academically, are less likely to commit crime, and who are contributors to an economically successful community. 

Escondido Community Services provides preschool programs throughout the year to ensure the success of our youth and future families within the community. Enroll your child for the Tiny Tots Preschool Programs, which prepares children as young as 18 months for kindergarten through play exploration, academics, and social interaction. Enrollment for the Fall season begins on August 17, 2015. For more information about these programs visit the Community Services website at www.recreation.escondido.org or call the Community Services Department at 760-839-4691.

Escondido Public Library Partners with KPBS One Book One San Diego 2015: The Shadow of the Wind 

Originally Posted July 13, 2015

Escondido Public Library is proud to be a partner in KPBS’ 2015 One Book, One San Diego community reading program, along with local libraries and other community sponsors. I encourage you to read this year’s title, The Shadow of the Wind, by author Carlos Luis Zafón, and enjoy the shared experience of discussing it with friends or in a book group, such as Escondido Library’s 2nd Tuesday Book Club in September or Rincón Literario in October. Reserve your copy and look for more information about upcoming One Book, One San Diego events at library.escondido.org or check it out when you visit the Library.

 

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