Rental facilities include the Anderson Recreation Center and Dick DeWees Community & Senior Center, accommodating 30-300 people for special events, exhibition,
meetings, etc., and the Civic Auditorium, with a seating capacity of 430 for performing arts, seminars, meetings, etc. Rates will vary depending on the size of the facility needed, the
type of activity and the length of the activity. Applications and fee schedules are available at the Anderson Recreation Center, 125 W. Walnut Ave. Contact Sue Slavens, at 875-8098,
for more information.
Large groups are encouraged to reserve City park group picnic areas and BBQ pits. Group picnic facilities are available at Ryon Park, Beattie Park, Ken
Adam Park and River Park. These group areas can accommodate large groups up to 150 persons. Please complete facility reservation forms at the Anderson Recreation Center, 125 W.
Walnut Ave., between the hours of 9:00 am and 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Smaller individual tables and braziers are available on a first-come, first-served basis in all parks. For
more information contact 875-8100.
The Parks Division, maintains nearly 400 acres of City parks, public facility grounds, parkways, and open space. City parks are open to the public daily
from 7:30 am until dusk.www.thelompocvision.com
The Lompoc Vision
“Good News You Can Use.”
Date: Saturday, October 26th
Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: Dick DeWees Community & Senior Center
This is a great event to allow a creative outlet for all
ages. This event has six different categories of competi-
tion, Youth (K – 8th grade), Teen (9th – 12th grade), Adult
Amateur (18 & older) and Adult Professional (18 & older),
nature (all ages), Faces (all ages).
Ribbons will be given to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in each
category and Best of Show. Please submit photos between
October 1st through October 18th to the Anderson Recre-
ation Center Front Desk.
Call 805-875-8100 for competition application and rules
for entering your photo.
ACTIVE OLDER ADULTS
ASSISTED HOSPICE CARE BEREAVEMENT
Going through a loss on your own can be very diffi-
cult, but our caring team at Assisted Hospice Care is here
to support you. Our trained counselors will help you to
begin healing from the wounds of a loss. All groups are
conducted in a safe and supportive setting that allows you
to go at your own pace in the grieving process. This class
is open to the community, and held on the 1st Thursday of
Facilitator: Assisted Hospice Care Staff Room 107
Thursdays 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Oct. 03
BROWN BAG PROGRAM
The mission of the Brown Bag Program is to provide
bags of groceries to low-income seniors as a supplement
to their own food budget and to assist seniors with main-
taining an independent, self-sufficient lifestyle. To apply,
please call (805) 875-8085. Room 102 – C&D
Wed. 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM. Oct. 02, 16.
LOMPOC APPLE USER GROUP
LMUG meets the 2nd Thursday of the month to answer
your questions about today’s new technology. Learn about
your MAC, iPhone, iPad, and iPod. Instructor: Jane Connor
Room 105/106. Thurs. 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Oct. 10
If you don’t go to the movies or own a VCR or DVD
player, this is your chance to watch current movies! Join
us for a fun afternoon enjoying a movie and some delicious
popcorn on the last Friday of the month. Room 105 & 106
Fridays 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM. Oct. 25.
The Community Action Commission (CAC) offers a
nutritional lunch program for Seniors age 60 and older,
Monday through Friday.
Lunch is served 11:30am – 12:00 pm.
For more information call 805-310-1557.
YOUTH BASKETBALL – BOYS & GIRLS
LEAGUES / 3RD-8TH GRADE
This league is a recreational and learning league involv-
ing teams from the Lompoc Valley and VAFB. Boys &
Girls from 3rd – 8th Grade will learn to play basketball
and compete with other kids their own age. This is not a
COED League!! Each player receives a team shirt and an
award at the end of the season. Practices and games will be
during the week and on Saturdays. All registrations will be
taken at the Anderson Recreation Center. Registration fee
includes thirty (30) $2.00 reimbursable raffle tickets.
LITTLE DRIBBLERS 3rd & 4TH GRADE,
JUNIOR DIVISION 5th & 6TH GRADE,
SENIOR DIVISION 7th & 8TH GRADE
Session 1: Mon. - Sat. Oct. 28 - Feb. 08, 2020.
LITTLE STARS/TINY HOOPS BASKETBALL /
4 YEARS OLD*-2ND GRADE
This Coed league emphasizes learning rather than com-
DANCE FITNESS / 18 & UP
Dance Fitness is exercise in disguise! Dancing is a great
way to relieve stress and lose weight. When it comes to
aerobic activity most people dread it, but everyone enjoys
dancing to their favorite jams. Imagine having fun while
exercising!! *Classes may be cancelled due to holidays,
fees prorated at time of registration.
Instructor: Keith Marshall $35(R), $42(N) DDCSC
Session 2: Mon./Wed. 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM 10/02-10/28
Session 3: Mon./Wed. 6:00 PM - 7:00PM 10/30-11/20*
(No Class 11/11)
BASIC DOG MANNERS & OBEDIENCE/ 13 & UP
Using positive reinforcement methods, dog owners will
learn basic obedience, manners and problem solving. Dogs
should be 20 weeks or older and up to date on their vacci-
nations. Instructor: Joe Bailey $60(R), $72(N) Beattie Park
Session 2: M 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM. Oct. 21 - Nov. 25
BUILDING BLOCKS FOR A BETTER
TRAINED DOG/ 13 & UP
Dog owners will use positive reinforcement methods to
build on skills they already have or to learn new things.
New students and those continuing from prior classes are
welcome. Instructor: Joe Bailey $60(R), $72(N) Beattie
Session 2: Wed. 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM Oct. 16 - Nov. 20.
petition. Boys and girls are taught the basic fundamentals
of basketball. Each child receives a T-shirt and an award
at the end of the season. Practice and games will be held
during the week and on Saturdays. All registrations will
be taken at the Anderson Recreation Center. Registration
fee includes thirty (30) $2.00 reimbursable raffle tickets.
*Must be four before the season starts.
Little Stars: 4 years old – Kindergarten, Tiny Hoops: 1st
/ 2nd grade. Mon. - Sat. Oct. 28 - Feb. 04, 2020.