Each year, the city of Pleasanton has several programs to offer, so they have set up a summer showcase event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Harvest Park Middle School, 4900 Valley Ave. The free event will allow residents to meet instructors, see demonstrations and sign up early before online registering opens on Monday.
To learn more about the city programs, call 931-5340 or see the summer activity guide online at www.ci.pleasanton.ca.us.
For students in grades six through 11, Tri-Valley Community Television is agiain putting on its TV Camp. Designed for those considering a career in TV or video production, the 20-hour camp includes an introduction to studio production, field production, writing, producing and digital video editing. At the end, groups will produce their own TV program.
In its second year, organizers are encouraging those interested in participating to register quickly as it sold out last year.
This year's two sessions will be June 14 to 18 and Aug. 9 to 12, lasting from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. each day. The fee is $495 and registration is limited. For more information, visit www.trivalleytv.org or call 462-3030.
A new offering this year is Camp Galileo for pre-K to fifth-graders. Operating by Galileo Learning, it offers creative art, science and outdoor summer enrichment curriculum at Carden West School. The camp curriculum is developed in partnership with the de Young Museum, Tech Museum of Innovation and Klutz, with learning themes including Adventures in Flight, Ocean Expeditions and Egyptian Art.
The camp has sessions from June 21 through Aug. 6. Fees range from $349 for one week of camp to $1,296 for four weeks. There is also the option to add on extended care for mornings and evenings and financial assistance is available. For details, call 1-800-854-3684 or visit www.galileo-learning.com.