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Montgomery-Waller Recreation Center

Montgomery-Waller

What's Coming

Basketball League

DATES: June 14-August 18
Practices: Tue/Thurs (4:00-6:00 PM)
Games: Wednesdays at Montgomery-Waller (7/14-8/18)
FEE: $25
AGES and ACTIVITY #:
8-10 years (#93575)
11-12 years (#93577)
This youth sports program provides an introduction to competitive basketball in a fun learning environment.
See our PDF icon Basketball League Flyer for details!

Guitar Club

DAYS: Wednesday
AGES: 10 years to Adult
FEE: $25
DATES: July 7 - Sept 1, 2021
TIME: 4:30 - 5:30pm (#91844)
Students will learn to play basic songs, practice cords, and strumming techniques. They will develop their musical side and work toward live performances.
See our PDF icon Guitar Club Flyer for details!

Mad Science 2021

DAYS: Monday–Friday
AGES: 5-12 years
FEE: $30 per week
DATES an Times:
June 21-25 4:00-6:00PM (#91843)
August 23-27 4:00-6:00PM (#91894)
This program offers science enrichment programming for elementary aged children.
See our PDF icon Mad Science Flyer for details!

Young Engineers 2021

DAYS: Monday-Friday
TIME: 3:00-6:00 PM
FEE: $30.00 per week
AGES: 5-12 years
DATES:
June 28-July 2 (#91879)
July 26-July 30 (#91880)
Young Engineers camp provides games and scientific experiments that visualize natural phenomena and the forces acting around them.
See our PDF icon Young Engineers Flyer for details!

 

Current Programs and Activities

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Seasonal Brochures

Montgomery-Waller Recreation Center offers a variety of youth and adult programs throughout the year. See more in our PDF icon Program Guide.

History

On August 28, 1883, John Montgomery became the first person to achieve a controlled flight when he launched his glider aircraft from a hillside in Otay Mesa. In 1950, a silver, 90-foot wing from a World War II Consolidated Aircraft B-32 “Dominator” heavy bomber was dedicated to this site, and in 1964 the family of Luckie Waller donated a parcel of land next to the site for a park named after her son.

Directions

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From Interstate 5 south take the Coronado Avenue exit and turn left. The center is at 3020 Coronado Ave.

From Interstate 805 south take the Palm Avenue exit and turn right. Travel west until you come to Beyer Boulevard. Turn left on Beyer and then turn left again on Coronado Avenue. The center is at 3020 Coronado Ave.

The center is accessible by bus via SDMTS Routes 929 and 932.