On Tuessday, May 28 from 6:30-7:30 pm, UCPD is hosting a Pepper Spray
Workshop here at the Village. Officers will teach you how to use pepper
spray to defend yourself. It's open to all Village residents who are 18 or
older! Children are not permitted at the workshop. All attendees will
receive a FREE canister of pepper spray.
Space is limited to 30, so please register ASAP here:
No Badminton or Basketball "Open Recreation" this Saturday, May 18, due to the Youth Basketball Award Banquet.
Next Weight Room Orientation is scheduled for May 16 & 30 at 7:15pm. $10 gives you the Orientation and full access to the Weight Room and all "Open Recreation" gym time now through August 31.
Summer "Open Recreation" Memberships are now available to span from now through August 31. For $10 your access to Table Tennis, Weight Room privileges, Basketball, Badminton and more.
Fitness Memberships are available each month for $30/month for classes in Yoga, Fitness "Bootcamp", core Conditioning, Pilates, Zumba, Kojosho Karate and Tai Chi.
Summer Camp Sign ups continue at http://villagerecreation.berkeley.edu cooking, Gardening, Environmental Education "Kids In Creeks" program, as well as Basketball, Baseball, Soccer, Gymnastics, Circus Arts, Aerial Arts, Lego and more for children 3-15 here at University Village.
Bay area wide there is an ever increasing problem mice and rats, entering homes. Here at UVA we face the same problem. Over the past several years there have been complaints of rodents seen inside and outside of our buildings. In an effort to reduce the occurrence of these pests we encourage all of our residents to take the following steps:
1) Reduce the amount of items that are stored on your patio. Rodents are just like humans. They need a warm and secure place to live. Storage container, cardboard boxes, and unused furniture offer ideal places for mice and rats to establish a home. Removing these items will greatly reduce the likelihood of animals living on our patios.
2) If you have a storage closet located outside, please make certain that there are no food items stored within. Rodents have an excellent sense of smell and can detect food very easily. Removing any tasty treats will deny mice and rats what they want most – food.
3) When disposing of garbage please make certain that all trash is placed inside the dumpsters. Leaving food debris out in the open provides mice and rats an easy meal.
Miice and rats prefer to live outside. If you take the precautions listed above, rodents will be more inclinded to stay outside.
Struggling with relationship difficulties? Consider seeking couples therapy at the UC Berkeley Psychology Clinic, located right on campus near the Downtown Berkeley BART station. Doctoral students in clinical psychology are supervised by faculty with expertise in couples therapy and offer services to people of all ages, backgrounds, and sexual orientations. Fees are on a sliding scale. Call 510-642-2055 for more information.