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Spring Programs
Spring Adult Programs Quick Glance Table, Details Below:






Registration Deadline
(Late Fee):
Tai Chi Fundamentals
Ages 18+ Dogwood Village Senior Living Building Feb. 14 - April 4 Tuesdays 6:30pm-7:30pm $95
Concealed Carry Training Ages 21+  Sheriff's Office Practice Range March 18 & May 20 Saturday 9am-1pm  $30 March Class: 3/3/17;
May Class: 5/5/17
Canine Obedience Training Ages 18+ (for humans) Booster Park  March 26 - April 30 (No class 4/16) Sundays 2-3pm $199  Friday, March 17 

Tai Chi Fundamentals
OCPR’s next Tai Chi Fundamentals Session begins February 14, 2017 and will continue for 8 weeks of classes. Have fun learning graceful, slow moving form of exercise that has ancient roots tracing back into the depths of Chinese culture and philosophy of centuries past. Classes are held at Dogwood Village in the Senior Living Building Wellness Room on Tuesday evenings from 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Signups for our ongoing Tai Chi programs are accepted at any time. The registration fee for this program is $95. Open to adults. Pre-registration is required. For more information about Tai Chi, visit our instructor's website.

Canine Obedience Training
Offered in partnership with Wag Ur Tail Dog Training, OCPR is pleased to offer a canine basic obedience course.  This course will be held on Sundays (2-3pm) from March 26 - April 30 (No class on April 16), for a total of 5 classes.  The registration fee is $199 per dog, and up to two humans may accompany their furry friend at classes.  This course will cover basic obedience including sit, stay, and come commands, among other topics.  All participating canines should be current on their vaccinations, and proof of rabies vaccine will be required.  An intake form (required in addition to all regular registration forms) will help our instructor prepare for your dog.  Pre-registration is required and space is limited.

Concealed Carry Training Class, $30 per participant
Concealed weapons are weapons which are kept hidden on one's person, or under one's control not accessible to view, which is a basic definition. The Sheriff’s Office understands that there are certain requirements that may be difficult for the average citizen to find training or classes that are inexpensive. For this reason, the Sheriff’s Office and Orange County Parks and Recreation have partnered together to offer a concealed carry class at a minimum cost to Orange County Citizens and to those who work in Orange County. The classes are currently being held every other month unless there is not enough interest to fill the class. The training consists of education in the classroom to include safety, laws, shooting fundamentals, storage, maintenance, and legal considerations. Students will also have to show safe weapon handling on the range. Instructors are DCJS Certified Firearms Instructors. For more information about Concealed Carry, please visit the Sheriff's Office page. Class space is limited. All participants must register at least 2 weeks prior to the class date, no exceptions. This class is limited to Orange County residents and those who work in Orange County. Please Note: Completion of training course DOES NOT grant concealed carry permit. Participant must still apply for the permit through clerk of the circuit court of the county or city in which he or she resides. Completion of this class fulfills the handgun competence requirement for the application. A background check will be required for participation. Registration documents are available in the OCPR office or for printout below. It is recommended that interested applicants complete the waiver at the OCPR office because the waiver must be notarized and we have several notaries in the office. As stated above, all documents must be turned in in advance.
Concealed Carry Packet (Concealed Carry Training Specific Forms & Information, Application & Waiver Required)