The Al-Anon Family Groups are a fellowship of family and friends of alcoholics who share their experience, strength and hope to solve their common problems. We believe alcoholism is a family illness and that changed attitudes can aid recovery. Al-Anon is not allied with any sect, denomination, political entity, organization or institution; does not engage in any controversy; neither endorses nor opposes any
cause. There are no dues for membership. Al-Anon is self-supporting through its own voluntary contributions. Al-Anon has but one purpose: to help families of alcoholics. We do this by practicing the Twelve Steps, by welcoming and giving comfort to families of alcoholics, and by giving understanding and encouragement to the alcoholic.
A class where students will be given the opportunity to practice their Spanish conversation skills. The instructor will provide creative topics and lessons for the students to learn new vocabulary and practice what they already know. Come prepared to learn not only the Spanish language, but the Hispanic culture as well.
A new addition to the Kroc programing, this course has been designed for non-native speakers who wish to improve their English conversational skills. The class will explore all aspects of the English language, through group and class discussion, dialogue, and pronunciation practice, as well as vocabulary and grammar. Emphasis is on practical everyday English and communication skills. Instruction is offered at multiple levels to provide English instruction from Basic to Advanced students.
The course explores the basic Word and Excel tools and features. Basic keyboarding knowledge is desirable, and prior use of a mouse/finger pad is required.
This class will teach basic knowledge of the social media, how to sign up, setup a profile and setup the privacy settings. It will help users to connect with family and friends on various media such as Facebook and Twitter, blogging, Skype, etc. It will open a door beyond email that allows parents, grandparents, family and friends to make connections and share conversations, ideas and photos.
This course is designed to help beginning photographers understand their cameras shooting modes and explain photographic composition. Learn to edit your digital photographs with Pixlr Express.
Education happens at all stages in life. From day camp to date nights and senior activities, these classes will teach you something new, no matter what your age.
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Take a break from the kids and have an adults-only evening! Date Night is a great opportunity to catch a break while your kids enjoy a night jam-packed with tons of exciting activities such as crafts, games, fun, and a movie. Drop your kids off with us and trust that they will be in a safe environment with our friendly staff. Dinner is provided for the kids. Ages 2–12 (must be potty trained). Space is limited and early registration is recommended.
Enjoy a kid-friendly craft, a light snack and a recent movie release. Crafts and activities will be based around movie. Children under 13 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.
Come enjoy a fun night of scrapbooking. This class includes a project workshop, time to visit and learn from other scrapbookers and plenty of workspace to spread out in. Price of class includes project materials, instruction, and table space. Students are welcome to bring a snack to share.
Feed your stomach and your creativity with this exciting new class where you can paint while enjoying a delicious snack. Whether you have painted before or you’re interested in picking up a new hobby, this is a fun and social way to explore your artistic side. Make new friends or enjoy the company of old ones, all are welcome to join. Cost of class covers art supplies. Please bring your favorite appetizer to share.
An exciting and energizing class that will keep them moving without even realizing they are exercising! Approximate age range is 5-10 years of age. Activity token required.
The Salvation Army has designed fun, safe and educational programs with a Biblical foundation. Sunbeams for girls and Adventure Corps for boys and Moonbeans for the little ones offers youth the chance to experience a wide variety of fun and educational activities where the children learn, play, and interact in a safe and positive environment. The Salvation Army’s character building programs are biblically based with caring, trained volunteer leaders and similar in structure to Boys Scouts and Girls Scouts.
A safe and enjoyable place for teens to finish homework after school, meet with other young people and explore and develop new skills! Focus will be on helping young people grow into successful, positive, adults. Volunteering, enrichment, and fitness opportunities will be part of the program, as well as high expectations and leadership opportunities. This is a drop-in program: teens are allowed to check themselves in and out.
If you’re age 13-19 and are tired of being bored, check out the teen opportunities. Worship at the Kroc’s Teen Group may very well be the right thing for you or your teen. It provides teens a fun environment to develop into healthy adults through games, activities, and open, honest discussion.
Local teens aged 13-18 can enjoy Friday night games, conversation, and a light meal & refreshments each Friday night. Activities vary, but include ping pong, video games, a Kendama group, music, group games, contests, and special events.
Kinder Kroc is an enrichment program that reinforces and supplements the skills Kindergarteners are learning in school. Designed to help prepare 5 and 6-year-olds for First Grade, our themed curriculum allows them to explore, create, and communicate in a fun, nurturing environment. The curriculum will include Math, Language Arts, Science, Physical Education, Art, and Music. The Kinder Kroc program is developed and supervised by an experienced, highly qualified, CA credentialed teacher, and is aligned with CA Common Core Standards.
FOR TRANSITIONAL KINDERGARTENERS AND KINDERGARTENERS ONLY.
All sessions will consist of 2 enrichment themes: Science and Social Studies. Within each six week session, there will be five different fitness activities. We are a registered vendor with Visions in Education!
For Home School students in K-8th grade.
Students from1st through 6th grade benefit from homework help, individual tutoring, snacks, enrichment electives, and physical activities. Expect opportunities to develop computer skills, science activities, rock wall climbing, swimming, crafts, a reading incentive club, and more!
Child Watch offers members the opportunity to participate in various activities here at the Kroc Center while placing your child in a safe enriching environment. Our caring, patient, and friendly staff is here to help babies develop trust and security, preschoolers experience learning about their world, and school-aged kids learn to make lasting friendships and new skills. Child Watch is first come, first serve for children 6 months to 12 years of age. Space is limited. Child Watch is offered at a two hour maximum per child, per day. Adults must remain on site. Late fees of up to $1/minute may apply. Four or more late pickups may result in loss of Child Watch privileges.
Monday - Friday
8:30am - 12pm
3:00pm - 8:00pm
8:30am - 12:00pm
Visions is a tuition-free public charter school that provides a standards-based education to home school families and independent study high school students. Visions provides vouchers to their students for educational programming. We partner with Visions by providing a variety of quality educational experiences for home-schooled students.
OUR VISIONS PAYMENT POLICY:
-A VALID VISIONS VOUCHER MUST BE PRESENTED AT TIME OF PURCHASE IN ORDER
-TO REGISTER FOR A PROGRAM. WE CANNOT ENROLL STUDENTS WITHOUT PAYMENT.
-THE GOLD MEMBERSHIP DISCOUNT APPLIES; PLEASE SEE FRONT DESK FOR ADJUSTED
-PRICE PRIOR TO OBTAINING VOUCHERS.
The following Suisun City Kroc Center programs accept Visions Vouchers:
• Home School Enrichment Classes
• Day Camps
• Swim Lessons
• Youth Sports Programs
• Music Classes
• And more...
For more info visit www.viedu.org/programs/k-12-home-school
Join adults 50 and over for conversation, coffee and crafts two days each week. Crochet, knit or sew: or simply enjoy he company!
All after school and day camp programs are manned by trained staff in a safe and protective environment. All programs have structured and scheduled activities. Swimming, reading, rock climbing, bounce houses and gym time are regular features of Kroc Programming!