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Kids Summer Safety Camps Hosted By Alpine Sheriff & Alpine Fire – June 29, July 14 & 27, 2018

The Alpine Sheriff’s Station is working with AlpineFireDist and CHP_El_Cajon to host a FREE “Kids Public Safety Summer Camp” for kids 7-12 yrs old. Please see flyer below and RSVP to soon! Camp Dates & Locations: (all camps are from 6-8pm) June 29, 2018 at the Alpine Fire Station (1364 Tavern Rd.), July 13, 2017 at the Alpine Sheriff Station (2751 Alpine Blvd), July 27, 2018 at the Alpine Sheriff Station and August 10, 2018 – CHP BIKE RODEO (Location to be announced)

“Polar Blast” Vacation Bible School at Bethel Church – June 26 & 27, 2018

“Polar Blast” Vacation Bible School at Bethel Christian Assembly in Alpine. June 26 & 27, 2018 from 6pm to 8:30pm. Polar Blast is where Jesus’ Love Is Cool, and where kids chill with new friends and warm up to Jesus- the coolest friend of all. Sled into an ice way to spend the ultimate summer weekend learning:Theme Verse: I trust in your unfailing love. (Psalm 13:5)

Bethel Christian Assembly

1929 Arnold Way, Alpine, California 91901. (619) 445-5508

Alpine Education Foundation’s ReadyBreak Camps Begin in June 2018

Announcing Alpine Education Foundation’s ReadyBreak Camps for 2018!  Back again for the school summer break, but greatly expanded…. this summer there are seventeen exceptional summer camps from Robotics to PE/Sports to Art to Spanish Culture – to Nutrition/Cooking – to Dance & Choreography – to the Living Classroom at Wright’s Field. The first Camps begin on June 25 – Please register your students here:

These camps are conducted by our great certified and classified teachers and instructors.  Teaching staff that your students already know.  And your students are going to be taught and kept safe and secure in the classrooms and facilities of our school site campuses. The camps’ course work is enhanced to the regular school curriculum.  It will better prepare your students for entry into the fall semester.  It will teach them things of great value and importance. Sign them up today!


Alpine Education Foundation VIDEO NOW ONLINE!

So many words needed to describe our great schools.  But a video explains best! Everything in this video is accomplished through your support of Alpine Education Foundation. Please watch the video. These unique and enhancing programs are what make Alpine Union the Destination District of the East County. YouTube:


Submitted By:  George Barnett
Director & Officer – Alpine Education Foundation


Gymnastics SUMMER CAMPS at Gymtrix in Alpine! July-August 2018

Gymnastics, Crafts, Games and much more! Camp dates are: July 9-13, July 30-August 3 and August 13-17, 2018. Cost is $225 for Full Day Camp and $150 for Half Day Preschool Camp (August 13-17 only). Full day camp runs 9am to 3pm every day. Half Day preschool camp runs 9:30am to 12:30pm every day. Bring a lunch and water and get ready for a great week! Gymtrix is located at 2358 Tavern Rd. (Next to Boulder Oaks Elementary School) For more info call 619-659-8772 or email Karen Smith at Visit our website at

2018 Summer Bridge Classes & More for ALL AGES at Quest Academy in Alpine

Academic enchantment and more! Summer bridge classes at Quest Academy in Alpine for grades K-8, that are 6 weeks long and are small groups cover top math and language art skills to recap what students learned this year and prepare them with basic skills for concepts that will be covered next year. Cost – only $195 Also available: Writing skills, Middle school survival, High School survival, SAT & ACT Prep. Early bird registration will save you even more!  Quest Academy & Tutoring Center is located at 2526 Alpine Blvd., Alpine Ca. 91901. Visit our website at For more info Contact Merrily Medina at 619-244-1396 or email

Alpine Library Calendar of Free Events – May 2018

Greetings, everyone!  We have been enjoying the beautiful weather this month, and the library patio is an especially nice place to enjoy it from!

Library events LogoSome news items this month: The “new” library building is turning 2 this month! It’s hard to believe it’s been that long already, but we still love working here and being part of the community.  To celebrate, we’re having a party on Saturday May 19 at 2 pm, featuring a performance by the Alpine Chorale!

We said goodbye to our youth services librarian, Jodi dela Pena–she has accepted a promotion at another location.  We will miss her, but.. We are excited to welcome our NEW youth services librarian, Loretta Deaver! Loretta has a variety of experience, including working at the San Diego Museum of Art’s library, but she comes to us more recently from the Valley Center branch. She says she is looking forward to working “in the trees” which we have both outside and inside here at the Alpine branch! Grace, one of our technicians, also retired this month after 18 years with the library.  We will miss her too, but she is already busy traveling and preparing for a new grandchild, so we wish her well!

A few scheduling notes: we are moving Rockin’ Recess to Monday afternoons, and STEAM Power Hour is swapping to Tuesdays.  Both are at 3:30 PM. Also, Lunch Break Pilates and Restorative Stretch will be on hiatus in May, but they will return in June.

View Calendar below larger by clicking HERE:

May 2018 Calendar – Alpine Library

Special events in May 2018:

Border to Border: Making Art Along the Pacific Crest TrailThursday, May 3 at 6pm
Artist and outdoorsman Jay Eyre will discuss his experience hiking the Pacific Crest Trail, and the series of watercolors he painted along the way.


The Jane Austen Literary Tea Society: Mansfield Park – Saturday, May 5 at 2:30pm
Join us for a discussion of Austen’s classic novel, with tea and refreshments provided. Fancy hats encouraged but not required, and we hope you’ve read the book! Movie doesn’t count. 🙂


Know the 10 Signs of Alzheimer’s

Friday, May 18 at 10am

Learn how to tell the difference between Alzheimer’s and typical aging, and why early detection is crucial for treatment and planning.



Fake News; Real Problem: A Crash Course in Citizen JournalismThursday, May 17 at 6pm
Join reporter Pete Rowe of the San Diego Union Tribune for a conversation about fake news, real news and how consumers – all of us, journalists included – can tell the difference.


Yamuna Body Rolling Workshop (Ages 18+)

Saturday, May 19 at 10am

Learn a unique fitness and self-massage technique that will release stuck muscle tension and restore your muscle tone. Wear comfortable clothes with no buttons or zippers, and bring a mat and water.


Library Birthday Celebration

Saturday, May 19 at 2pm

Our library building is turning 2 and everyone is invited to the party! Enjoy a performance by the Alpine Chorale, sweet treats, and activities for kids!



Acoustic in Alpine: Dave HowardThursday, May  24 at 6pm
San Diego’s most-covered songwriter, Dave Howard, has earned a reputation as a craftsman and artist. A multi-year nominee for the San Diego Music Awards, he is well respected by his peers and adored by fans from Santa Cruz to Belgium.


Meet Your Fire Marshal – Tuesday, May  29 at 5:30pm
Alpine Fire Marshal Jason McBroom will give life-saving tips for making sure you and your family are prepared for fire safety throughout the year.  This month’s topic is: Private Water Storage Tanks for Wildland Firefighting.


Building Owl Boxes

Thursday, May 31 at 6 pm

Tom Stephan, author of  Beneficial Barn Owls: the Entertaining Way to Rid Yourself of Rodents, will talk about his experiences with raptors and explain the benefits of building an owl box on your property.



Finally, don’t forget to visit the ALFA Bookstore, located in the library lobby. They have a ton of wonderful books for extremely low prices, and all the proceeds go to support library programs and enhance our collection. Their hours are: Tuesday 10 AM – 7:30 PM and Wednesday – Saturday 10 AM – 4:30 PM.

If you have any questions, comments or other suggestions, please respond by email or call us at (619) 445-4221, and be sure to “Like” the Alpine Library on Facebook or Instagram for the latest library news and program photos at or


East County Tennis Youth Spring & Summer Camps 2018

Spring and Summer Camps at Granite Hills Tennis Center 2018
Camps are Week Long (daily rates available) and run from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Spring: March 26-30, 2018 and Mon. April 2 — Friday April 6, 2018
Summer: Monday’s – Friday ‘s from June 25 – Aug. 3, 2018
$125 (daily rates available — call for info) Includes: tennis instruction & Drinks. Bring your own racket or let us know if you need one! Please be sure to NOT wear black soled shoes.

East County Tennis is committed to providing the highest quality tennis instruction to kids and adults in the area. Led by Tennis Director Patty Tibbitts, who offers over 30 years coaching experience at all levels, East County Tennis offers seasonal kids tennis camps, private lessons and clinics for all ages, tournaments and racquet stringing. 

Tennis camps at Granite Hills can help you as a beginner, intermediate or advanced player! Groups will be divided by levels so you can work on age and level appropriate drills. Work on: stroke production, drills, conditioning and match play!

Who Will Benefit From Tennis Camps? Younger kids wanting to learn tennis and High School boys and girls preparing for the upcoming season.

For more details please call Patty Tibbits at 619-777-6475 or email visit


Coming Soon! AEF Summer Education “ReadyBreak Camps”


March 2018 – The Alpine Education Foundation in conjunction with Alpine Union School District will again be offering summer ReadyBreak Camps hosted by some of our amazing teachers and staff.  The camps that will be offered include Art, Coding and Robotics-Engineering, Physical Education and Sports,  Culinary Arts and Nutrition, and the “Living Classroom” in Wright’s Field Environmental Preserve.  We are hoping for a camp possibly in Spanish and on Hispanic culture and home life.

Camp dates, campus locations and tuition costs will be announced March 5th.  Registration should be open online on March 21, 2018.  Camp information will be posted at Online registration will be available on this site as well.

Any questions can be directed to East County and Backcountry students are welcome to this tuition based program.

Come and enjoy professionally instructed, enhanced programs in a safe, secure environment – the schools of AUSD, the Destination District of the East County.

Submitted By: George Barnett, Treasurer – Alpine Education Foundation




Camp Oliver Weekly Summer Camps in Descanso

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CAMP OLIVER, DESCANSO CA. provides a safe caring environment each summer for children to appreciate and value each other while enjoying the natural world around them.  It is a weekly camp, live in, with cabins.  No child is turned away.  User groups enjoy Camp Oliver, too, on weekends and sometimes an entire week “off-season”, soaking up the peace and goodness of the camp. Visit our website at

Camp Director is Trista Brant. Please call 619-445-5945 for more information.






Kids “TEAM GYM” Summer Camp at Gymtrix – August 7-11, 2017

Register now for the Team Gym Camp at Gymtrix in Alpine for ages 5 & up. Come learn how we compete! Camp runs August 7-11, 2017 (Mon—Fri) Cost: $225 per week. for more info please visit our website at and click “summer camps”. To sign up just call us at (619) 659-8772 or email  Gymtrix is located at 2358 Tavern Rd. #7, Alpine CA 91901.