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OLM18 Autumn Issue

OLM18 Autumn Issue PRESS WEB

AUTUMN 2018

BE READY
ONTARIO

YOUR RESOURCE FOR COMMUNITY LIFE & CULTURE PROGRAMS AND EXCITING EVENTS HAPPENING IN ONTARIO!

INSIDE
CITY HALL

Scott Ochoa | City Manager

CITY MANAGER’S UPDATE

The summer months were filled with exciting programs, events and exhibitions Back by popular demand is Ontario Reads. The Ontario City Library staff
for our community to enjoy. As we head into Autumn, the Ontario City Council has chosen this year’s title, Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton. This book was
and I would like to share some major events and programs coming soon. chosen in honor of the 25th Anniversary of the release of the original movie.
Multiple programs surrounding the theme of Jurassic Park will happen from
On June 18, 2018, the City Council unanimously approved a structurally balanced August 13 to October 13. Visit the Ontario City Library for more information
budget for Fiscal Year 2018-19. The final adopted budget of $589,033,225 about upcoming events.
is consistent with the City Council’s goals and objectives. Some of the budget
highlights for the new year include funding for improvements at Anthony Munoz Be sure to download the latest version of the myOntario app to stay up-to-date
Park and Community Center, replacement of the historic scoreboard at Jay with all that Ontario has to offer. Our improved easy to use app, will allow
Littleon Ball Park, and developing an innovative tech incubator accelerator you to easily search for your favorite city park or facilities, find your local
in the City’s downtown area. library, explore upcoming events, and stay current with news and alerts. You
can also report maintenance and service issues, which will help improve the
We would like to remind the community that September is National Preparedness service delivery to our community. Our goal is to maintain Ontario as a clean
Month. Take this opportunity to get prepared for disasters or emergencies. The and safe community.
Office of Emergency Management has prepared some programs to help you
with your emergency preparedness needs. Take a look at the events on pages As development continues throughout the community, we are excited to welcome
8 and 9 or visit www.ReadyOntario.com for more information. the Element by Westin Hotel, which broke ground in June. This 90,000 square
foot hotel is being constructed across from Citizens Business Bank Arena. The
Mark your calendar for September 15, 2018 from 11 AM to 6 PM when the four-story, 131-room hotel will include amenities such as a pool, fitness center,
City of Ontario partners with Chaffey Community Museum of Art (CCMA) to and a 3,000 square foot full-service restaurant. Complementing this new hotel,
put on the inaugural Ontario Festival of the Arts in the Arts District (the area the area will feature high-density residential units, a grocery-anchored shopping
between and around the Ontario Museum of History & Art and CCMA). center, new restaurants and brew pubs. This integrated lifestyle center will create
The Ontario Festival of the Arts will celebrate visual and performing arts with a vibrant entertainment district for Ontario’s residents, employees and visitors.
artist booths, art demonstrations and instruction, maker machines, display
of historical artifacts and ephemera, mini walking tour of Arts District historic There are lots of great programs that our staff provides to the community.
buildings, and live musical performances. You will not want to miss this event. Enjoy this issue of the Ontario Living Magazine and I hope to see you at a
For more information, visit www.ontarioarts.org/festival. future event in Ontario. Should you have any questions or concerns, please
feel free to contact me.
The Ovitt Family Community Library is excited to announce Lightspeed, now
open. This interactive makerspace features nine unique stations including state- Scott Ochoa
of-the-art 3-D printers, a laser cutting machine, virtual reality headsets and City Manager
textile equipment like sewing machines and Cricuts. This new makerspace is
open to the public with your Ontario City Library Card. Come join the maker
community and participate in our programs and events!

#CityofOntario | #OntarioArtsCA

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AUTUMN See all the amazing classes and community
2018 events happening this Autumn!

4 City of Ontario Contacts 3
5 Class Registration Information
Traducción en Español
6 Ontario Heritage Corner
6 Planning a Yard Sale?
8 Ready Ontario
10 Ontario Festival of the Arts
11 Arts & Crafts
12 Dance & Exercise
16 Special Interest Classes/Excursions
19 Tiny Tots
20 Tot Classes
22 Sports Classes
26 Youth Sports
27 Adult Sports
28 Adaptive Program
30 Community Centers
38 Teen Scene
40 Senior Programs
42 Library Storytimes & Events
48 Museum Exhibits & Programs
50 Community Events
60 Facilities Reservation & Map
62 Shop Ontario

www.ontarioca.gov | Autumn 2018 | Ontario Living Magazine

CITY CONTACTS

CITY HALL
Mon – Thur 7:30a – 5:30p | Fri 8:00a – 5:00p
303 E. B Street, Ontario, CA 91764 | www.ontarioca.gov

CITY PHONE NUMBERS (909) 395-2000 Sign up on your mobile phone by
(909) 395-2011 texting
City Hall (909) 395-2023
City Council (909) 395-2022 ONTARIO to 888777
Building (909) 395-2009 OR
Business License (909) 395-2010
City Clerk (909) 395-2007 Visit www.readyontario.com to
City Manager's Office (909) 395-2222 receive email and phone call
Community Improvement (909) 395-2170
Community Life & Culture (909) 395-2005 alerts
Development (909) 395-2025
Economic Development (909) 395-2015 REPORT ABANDONED
Engineering (909) 395-2352 SHOPPING CARTS
Financial Services (909) 395-2006
Fiscal Services (909) 395-2442 FREE TO RESIDENTS!
Housing & Neighborhood Preservation (909) 395-2036 CALL FOR PICK-UP (800) 252-4613
Human Resources (909) 395-2633 Shopping carts taken from shopping
Planning (909) 395-2600
Parks & Maintenance (909) 395-2012 center properties and left abandoned are
Public Works (909) 395-2009 an eyesore for Ontario's residents and
Purchasing (909) 395-2020 pose potential threats to driver and
Records Management (909) 395-2041 pedestrian safety.
Recreation & Community Services (909) 395-2666
Risk Management (909) 395-2050
Solid Waste (909) 395-2050
Utilities
Utility Billing

POLICE DEPARTMENT (909) 395-2001
(909) 986-6711
Police: 2500 S. Archibald Avenue, Ontario, CA (909) 395-2853
Police – Dispatch
Ontario Police Museum (Inside the Police Building)
2500 S. Archibald Avenue, Ontario, CA 91761

FIRE DEPARTMENT (909) 395-2002
(909) 395-2029
Fire Administration: 425 E. B Street, Ontario, CA
Fire Prevention

LIBRARY

Ovitt Family Community Library (909) 395-2004

215 E. C Street, Ontario, CA 91764

Colony High Branch Library (909) 395-2014

3850 E. Riverside Drive, Ontario, CA 91761

Robert E. Ellingwood Model Colony History Room 215 E. C (909) 395-2206

Street, Ontario, CA 91764

MUSEUM (909) 395-2510

Ontario Museum of History & Art
225 S. Euclid Avenue, Ontario, CA 91762

SCHOOL DISTRICTS (909) 459-2500
(909) 628-1201
Ontario-Montclair School District (909) 988-8511
Chino Valley School District (909) 987-8942
Chaffey Joint Union High School District (909) 947-2992
Cucamonga School District
Mountain View School District

ANIMAL CONTROL (909) 623-9777
Inland Valley Humane Society and S.P.C.A.

KEEP YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD CLEAN

Graffiti Removal Hotline (909) 395-2626
Shopping Cart Removal (800) 252-4613

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CLASS REGISTRATION
(909) 395-2020

ONLINE REGISTRATION TRADUCCIÓN EN ESPAÑOL
Priority online registration for Ontario Residents begins Monday, Si necesita ayuda con este documento, por favor llame al
August 6. Online registration is open to everyone, including non-residents teléfono (909) 395-2020.
beginning Thursday, August 9. To register online for select classes and
activities, go to: www.ontarioca.gov/registration. GENERAL REGISTRATION POLICIES
No phone-in registration accepted. Please provide proof of residency.
No online registration will be accepted for Adult Sports. See additional Students must pre-register online, via mail or in person. First time registrations
registration information on page 19 for Tiny Tots and pages 26 – 27 for Youth must show proof of residency (i.e. Current Driver’s License or utility bill). No
and Adult Sports. registration fees will be accepted at class locations or by instructors. Refunds
will only be issued for cancelled classes, and take approximately 3 weeks to
MAIL-IN REGISTRATION process. Transfers and credits will only be issued prior to the 2nd class meeting.
Mail-in registration begins Monday, August 6. Information listed in the Ontario Living Magazine may be subject to change.
Mail must not be postmarked earlier than August 4.
No mail-in registration for Tiny Tots and Adult Sports. Don’t let your favorite class get canceled due to lack of enrollment.
Please register a minimum of 48 hours before the class start date.
1. Complete the registration form below. (Adults may register other adults;
however each adult must sign a registration form before the start date of Checks, Cash, Visa, MasterCard, Discover and ATM Cards are accepted for
the activity.) payment of registration fees. Identification is required when paying by Credit
Card. Credit Card payments are accepted at Armstrong Community Center,
2. Only parents and legal guardians (with documentation) may register De Anza Community & Teen Center, Ontario Senior Center and online.
their children.
SPECIAL NEEDS REQUEST
3. Make checks payable to "City of Ontario." Individuals with disabilities are welcome to participate in City of
4. Enclose a self-addressed, stamped envelope so a receipt can be mailed Ontario’s classes, programs, and activities. The City asks for notification
of accommodation to be given at least ten (10) days in advance of
to you. the class, program, or activity start date; however, less notice may be
5. Mail to: Ontario Recreation & Community Services Department appropriate in some circumstances. Reasonable accommodations for
1265 S. Palmetto Avenue, Ontario, CA 91762 participation are reviewed and granted on a case-by-case basis. The City
Class confirmations are not made. Unless a cancellation notification will generally modify policies, practices or procedures, or provide auxiliary
is received, students should plan on attending classes as listed. Bring communication aids or services, when necessary to ensure that qualified
your receipt to class. Class and program schedule is subject to change. individuals are able to participate. If you have special needs which require
specific accommodations in order to enjoy one of our programs, activities
WALK-IN REGISTRATION HOURS or classes, please contact the City of Ontario Recreation and Community
Walk-in registration begins, Thursday, August 9. Services Department at (909) 395-2020.
See additional registration information on page 19 for Tiny Tots, pages
26 – 27 for Youth and Adult Sports

Two locations to register:
Armstrong Community Center, 1265 S. Palmetto Avenue
8:00a – 5:15p Mon – Thur, 8:00a – 4:15p Fri

De Anza Community & Teen Center, 1405 S. Fern Street
8:00a – 5:45p Mon – Thur, 8:00a – 4:15p Fri

ONTARIO RECREATION & COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT REGISTRATION FORM

Adult Participant/Parent or Guardian Name: Cell/Work Number:
Address:
Email:
Home Number:
Emergency Contact Name & Number:

Start Date Participant Name Date of Birth Age Sex Activity Name/ Fee Non- Total
M/D Last First M/D/Y Location/ Time resident Fee Fee

Total Amount Enclosed $

 Check this box to be included on the email list  Check this box if address/phone has changed

Make checks payable to “City of Ontario"

LIABILITY RELEASE: I give my permission for the above listed persons to participate in the above listed activity/activities being sponsored by the City of Ontario. I certify that the said participants are in
good health. I hereby waive, release, and discharge any and all claims or right to claim for damages for any personal injury or property damage which may have, or which may hereafter occur to said
participant(s), as a result of his/her/their participation in said activities. This release is intended to discharge in advance, the promoters, sponsors, employees, officials, and any involved municipalities,
or other public entities from and against all liabilities, which may arise out of negligence or carelessness on the part of the above mentioned. It is further understood and agreed that this waiver, release,
and assumption of risk is to be binding on my heirs and assigns. Additionally, the above registered participants give permission to the City of Ontario to be photographed or videotaped and to use such
photos or videos in the promotion of City sponsored activities.

SIGNATURE: DATE:

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CITY NEWS

The Ontario Ice Skating Center, originally called “Ontario Ice The special roof design allows for a large span of open area to
Bowl,” opened in 1957 and is the second oldest ice skating facility suit the skating rink.
in Southern California. The rink was built by the Vanderberg
family and was considered on the cutting edge of innovation. The neon lighted, double-faced pole sign which says “Ice Skating”
Milo Vanderberg invented several pieces of equipment which help is an excellent surviving example of Roadside architecture from the
revolutionize the ice skating industry. He is credited with introducing 1950s. The word “ICE” is spelled out on three ice cube shapes with
an ice re-surfacing machine, a skate sharpener and an electric a classic neon arrow pointing from Holt Boulevard to the skating
broom. While the building design, construction and materials are rink. Exuberant signs advertising diners, motels, gas stations and
not entirely rare, it is also not particularly common. The 2-story tall other businesses throughout the United States illuminated the night
reinforced concrete building is rectangular in shape, has a smooth skies, lining highways to attract customers. The Ice Skating sign is
stucco finish, and a barrel vaulted roof. an iconic reminder of this period of history and construction.

LOCK CRIME OUT

Protect your family, home and vehicle by remembering to

follow tried and true safety tips that will keep you safe.

LOCK CARS SECURE LOCKS
Donʼt leave or store

valuables in your car.

Report any suspicious HOUSE
activity to police dispatch LIGHTS
at (909) 986-6711.

Remember to

keep your home

well-lit, both inside

LOCK WINDOWS and out.

The City of Ontario is pleased to DETECTORS TRIM
announce the next citywide yard sale! PLANTS
Use timers or
NOVEMBER motion detector This allows a
2-4 lights, as needed. clear view of
your home.
For more information visit
www.ontarioca.gov/yardsale

Remember the Crime Prevention Unit offers free home security
inspections. Start or keep an active Neighborhood Watch program.

A watchful neighbor is your best line of defense.

Contact the Crime Prevention Unit for a new
or updated Neighborhood Watch meeting:
[email protected] or (909) 395-2939.

6 Ontario Living Magazine | Autumn 2018 | www.ontarioca.gov

MEET THE ONTARIO CITY CITY NEWS

CharliLIBRARY’S NEWEST MASCOT
The Ontario City Library is proud to
welcome Charlie to the family.

Charlie is named a er the City’s official flower, the
Charlotte Armstrong Rose. She is an adventurous young
brown bat, which is a native animal to Ontario.
Charlie was born with a uniquely formed le wing, and is consequently
unable to fly like other bats. She gets around her own way by flying a plane.
She believes the Library is the perfect place to start when you have a goal to
achieve and let your imagination soar.

For more information call (909) 395-2004

myOntario

Same City. NEW LOOK!

Download
our App
for FREE.

Discover your city and easily report maintenance issues. 7

Created by City of Ontario. Designed for YOU!

www.ontarioca.gov | Autumn 2018 | Ontario Living Magazine

READY ONTARIO O N TA R I O

NATIONAL PREPAREDNESS MONTH

Disasters affect everybody so everybody needs to be prepared. September is National Preparedness
Month and there are fun and informative events all month long so we can be better prepared together.

Programs will be held at the Ovitt Family Community Library • 215 E. C Street, Ontario, CA 91764

EARTHQUAKE DISASTER EXTREME EVENT
ESCAPE ROOM SCAVENGER HUNT TABLETOP
Monday, September 10, 2018 Monday, September 17, 2018 Tuesday, September 18, 2018

PM – PM PM – PM PM – PM

Are you ready for the Big One? Join a team What’s in your kit? Explore Downtown A disaster is about to hit your community.
to have fun while solving the puzzles of this Ontario and learn more about Ontario Do you have what it takes to save the day?
earthquake themed escape room. Along history while earning free items to fill your This in-person role-playing game gives
the way you will learn the right actions to disaster preparedness kit! Complete the participants a taste of what it takes to build
take so you can increase your chances of scavenger hunt and you will be entered to community resilience in the face of disaster.
survival when an earthquake hits! win a grand prize. Players work together to make decisions
and solve problems during an engaging,
fast-paced disaster simulation.

To register online, go to www.ontarioca.gov/registration. Walk-in registration is also accepted at the Armstrong Community Center,
De Anza Community & Teen Center and the Ontario Senior Center.

CITY OF ONTARIO

COMMUNITY EMERGENCY This training is open to Ontario residents or businesses
RESPONSE TEAM
Participants will learn disaster preparedness and response for their neighborhood
NOVEMBER or place of business. Topics include: CERT Organization, Disaster Preparedness,
Disaster Medical Operations, Fire Safety, Disaster Psychology, and Light Search
2-4 and Rescue. The training will include many hands-on learning activities as well
as a full disaster simulation.
For more information visit
www.ReadyOntario.com To register online visit www.ontarioca.gov/registration

Walk-in registration is also accepted at the Armstrong Community Center,
De Anza Community & Teen Center and the Ontario Senior Center.

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ONTARIO FIRE DEPARTMENT Join the Ontario Police READY ONTARIO

EXPLORERS POST #357 EXPLORER PROGRAM!

NOW Accepting Applications! THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 6, 2018 • 6 PM

15 - 19 Years of Age Outside the front doors of the Ontario Police Department

Engage in a program of activities centered on the four The Explorer program is a volunteer youth
emphasis areas to encourage the development of the whole program designed for motivated and service
person: orientated young men and women who have an
interest in the law enforcement field.
• Career Opportunities
• Leadership Experience Requirements: 14-20 years old | 2.0 GPA+ | Good moral character
• Life Skills
• Citizenship Individuals under 18 years of age are required
to bring a parent or guardian.

Learn more at OntarioCA.gov/FireExplorers For more information, please contact Detective Gary Naranjo at
Ontario Fire Department
(909) 395-2764 or [email protected]

SAFETY TIPS

DO NOT buy a dry Christmas tree. CHECK Christmas tree lights before you use them, and
Make sure your Christmas tree has PLENTY OF WATER never use lights that have a frayed cord or missing bulbs.
and has not been placed too close to a heat source or MAWakAeYsfurroemalslpcaocmebhuesattibelres,mfuartnearicaelss aarnedafit rleepaslatceFs.EET
anything that gives off sparks.

NEVER burn your tree or wrapping paper in the Know how to STOP, DROP AND ROLL if your clothes
fireplace. catch on fire.

IAfRyRouEShTaOveRa. fireplace, make sure you have a SPARK USE CAUTION when using candles. Never leave them
unattended.

Get rid of your Christmas tree BEFORE it becomes Make sure you have SMOKE DETECTORS. Test them
brittle. For more information on proper disposal, please monthly to make sure the batteries still work.
call (909 ) 395-2050. Know how to call - - or your local seven digit
PLACE A SCREEN around your fireplace when in use. emergency number.

Turn off all Christmas tree lights PRIOR to leaving
your house.

For more information about Fire Prevention,
contact the Ontario Fire Department at (909) 395-2029.

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ONTARIO FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS

† Non-resident Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments

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BASICS OF ELEMENTARY & CARTOON DRAWING 6 – 12 YEARS BEGINNING & INTERMEDIATE CERAMICS 15 YEARS+ ARTS & CRAFTS
Explore hand-building, pottery wheel and sculpture techniques.
Class combines essential basics of drawing and humorous Students work on projects of their own choice once basic
cartoon curriculum. Students will improve drawing skills, construction is learned. All levels welcome! †$6
increase art vocabulary and create silly story characters and ‡ Clay must be purchased in class (No class 11/20, 11/22)
story sequences. All materials provided. Curriculum meets the
California State Standards for Visual Arts. †$6 Instructor: JoAnne Campanella

Instructor: Young Rembrandt Armstrong CC Tue 9/4 – 10/23 6:30p – 9:30p $79‡

Armstrong CC Mon 10/15 – 11/5 4:00p – 4:45p $62 Armstrong CC Thur 9/6 – 10/25 9:00a – 12:00p $79‡

COPPER ENAMELING 18 YEARS+ Armstrong CC Tue 10/30 – 12/18 6:30p – 9:30p $70‡

Copper enameling is an ancient art form where copper is Armstrong CC Thur 11/1 – 12/20 9:00a – 12:00p $70‡

the canvas, glass is the paint and the kiln fire is the brush.

Create jewelry, pictures, dishes and more in a spacious studio QUILTING FRIENDS 18 YEARS+

environment. Purchase supplies in class. †$6 Come and make new friends while quilting. All levels welcome!

(No class 11/20, 11/21) Work on a common project with the group or work on your own.

‡ Purchase supplies in class Instructors: Jan Mayne & Glenn Briggs Students must know how to use their own sewing machine. †$3

Armstrong CC Tue 9/11 – 10/23 6:00p – 9:00p $56‡ ‡ Students must bring their own sewing machine and materials

Instructor: Yolanda Reyes

Armstrong CC Wed 9/12 – 10/24 9:30a – 12:30p $56‡ Armstrong CC Wed 9/5 – 9/26 1:00p – 4:00p $12‡

Armstrong CC Wed 9/12 – 10/24 1:00p – 4:00p $56‡ Armstrong CC Wed 10/3 – 10/24 1:00p – 4:00p $12‡

Armstrong CC Wed 9/12 – 10/24 6:00p – 9:00p $56‡ Armstrong CC Wed 11/7 – 11/28 1:00p – 4:00p $12‡

Armstrong CC Tue 10/30 – 12/18 6:00p – 9:00p $65‡ QUILTING CLUB 15 YEARS+

Armstrong CC Wed 10/31 – 12/19 9:30a – 12:30p $65‡ Students with quilting experience will work on quilting projects

Armstrong CC Wed 10/31 – 12/19 1:00p – 4:00p $65‡ in class and share ideas and suggestions. †$3

Armstrong CC Wed 10/31 – 12/19 6:00p – 9:00p $65‡ ‡ Students must bring their own sewing machine and materials

Instructor: Yolanda Reyes

ILLUSTRATION FOR KIDS AND ADULTS 6 YEARS+ Armstrong CC Tue 9/4 – 9/25 6:00p – 9:00p $12‡

Learn the basic techniques for illustration by focusing on Armstrong CC Tue 10/2 – 10/23 6:00p – 9:00p $12‡

storytelling through images and diving into comic strip

storytelling, character design, ideal illustration style for Armstrong CC Tue 11/6 – 11/27 6:00p – 9:00p $12‡

backgrounds and the skills to work your comic. †$6 NEW SEW MUCH FUN CLUB 9 – 12 YEARS

Instructor: DJ Hughes

6 – 13 YEARS Have fun and learn how to sew beginner projects such as a

Armstrong CC Mon 9/10 – 10/1 4:30p – 6:00p $52‡ pillowcase, wallet, tote bag or table runner. Each student will

Armstrong CC Mon 10/15 – 11/5 4:30p – 6:00p $52‡ learn all the basics to get them started on their own sewing

projects. Sewing machines supplied in class. †$6

14 YEARS+ ‡ Supply list will be provided in class. Some supplies are provided.
Armstrong CC Mon 9/10 – 10/1 6:00p – 7:30p $52‡
Armstrong CC Mon 10/15 – 11/5 6:00p – 7:30p $52‡ (No class 11/23) Instructor: Yolanda Reyes

Armstrong CC Fri 9/7 – 9/28 4:00p – 6:00p $27‡

OIL PAINTING 12 YEARS+ Armstrong CC Fri 10/5 – 10/26 4:00p – 6:00p $27‡

Class covers composition and color mixing while exploring Armstrong CC Fri 11/2 – 11/30 4:00p – 6:00p $27‡

different styles and techniques of oil painting. Supply list

available at the Armstrong Community Center. †$6 STAINED GLASS 16 YEARS+

Instructor: Nancy Kasten Stained glass artwork is taught to beginning through advanced

Armstrong CC Tue 9/4 – 9/25 9:00a – 12:00p $44 artists. Learn pattern selection, glass scoring, breaking and

Armstrong CC Tue 10/2 – 10/23 9:00a – 12:00p $44 grinding glass and soldering. Projects include sun catchers,

garden stakes and more. †$6

Armstrong CC Tue 11/6 – 11/27 9:00a – 12:00p $44 ‡1st time student starter kit $22, is payable to the instructor at first class

Instructor: Jan Mayne

Armstrong CC Tue 9/11 – 10/23 1:00p – 4:00p $65‡

Armstrong CC Tue 10/30–12/18 1:00p – 4:00p $65‡

† Non-resident Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments

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DANCE & EXERCISE NEW MEXICAN FOLKLORE DANCE 6 – 18 YEARS HULA FOR ALL 4 YEARS+
Students will learn discipline, culture and social skills at the same
time they are learning the Mexican culture through dance. †$6 Hula dance is for everyone, especially the young at heart! Learn

Instructor: Maria Alvarez the Hawaiian culture of Hula through hula kahiko (ancient) and

DeAnza CC Tue 10/2 – 10/23 5:00p – 6:00p $37 hula‘auana (modern) with the story and meaning behind each

DeAnza CC Tue 11/6 – 11/27 5:00p – 6:00p $37 mele (song). †$6

‡ $5 to $12 additional family member discount may apply
‡ $5 supply fee payable to instructor. Costume fee payable to instructor.
Class is affiliated with Hula Club. (No Class 11/20, 11/22, 11/29)

MARTIAL ARTS CARDIO 14 YEARS+ Instructor: Norma Jean Santos

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING YOUTH LEVEL I 4 – 12 YEARS

This class includes circuit training, cardio instruction and Westwind CC Tue 9/4 – 9/25 5:30p – 6:15p $35‡

kickboxing taught by Black Belt martial artists. Great body Westwind CC Tue 10/2 – 10/23 5:30p – 6:15p $35‡

conditioning! Hand protection required. †$6

(No Class 11/19, 11/21) Westwind CC Tue 10/30 – 11/27 5:30p – 6:15p $35‡

Class is held at Combined Martial Science YOUTH LEVEL II (Prerequisite: Youth 1) 8 – 14 YEARS

13611 12th Street Unit A, Chino (909) 238-9217 Westwind CC Tue 9/4 – 9/25 6:15p – 7:15p $35‡

www.combinedmartialscience.com

‡ $20 t-shirt fee payable to the instructor, additional for hand protection Westwind CC Tue 10/2 – 10/23 6:15p – 7:15p $35‡

Instructor: Combined Martial Science Staff Westwind CC Tue 10/30 – 11/27 6:15p – 7:15p $35‡

ComMarSci M/W 9/10 – 9/26 9:00a – 10:00a $57‡ ADULT LEVEL I 15 YEARS+

ComMarSci M/W 10/2 – 10/31 9:00a – 10:00a $57‡ Westwind CC Thur 8/30 – 9/20 6:15p – 7:15p $35‡

ComMarSci M/W 11/5 – 11/28 9:00a – 10:00a $57‡ Westwind CC Thur 9/27 – 10/18 6:15p – 7:15p $35‡

ONTARIO OVATION TWIRLERS 6 – 18 YEARS Westwind CC Thur 10/25 – 11/15 6:15p – 7:15p $35‡

Learn the basics of baton twirling in this fun class. Students will ADULT LEVEL II 15 YEARS+
(Instructor approval required)
progress monthly with more advanced skills and choreography

and will have the opportunity to participate in parades with Westwind CC Tue 9/4 – 9/25 7:15p – 8:30p $35‡

continued enrollment. †$6 Westwind CC Tue 10/2 – 10/23 7:15p – 8:30p $35‡

‡ $30 supply fee is payable to instructor for the baton; additional items Westwind CC Tue 10/30 – 11/27 7:15p – 8:30p $35‡

may be purchased on an optional basis. Instructor: Catherine Ross
BEGINNING (Tinker Twirlers)

Westwind CC Wed 9/5 – 9/26 4:00p – 4:50p $40‡ LINE DANCE WORKSHOP 12 YEARS+

Learn popular new and old line dances! Excellent exercise and

Westwind CC Wed 10/3 – 10/24 4:00p – 4:50p $40‡ a fun social activity – no partner needed! †$4

Westwind CC Wed 11/7 – 11/28 4:00p – 4:50p $40‡ (No class 11/12) Instructor: Ann Marie Dunn

Westwind CC Wed 12/5 – 12/12 4:00p – 4:50p $40‡ Senior Center Mon 9/10 – 10/1 4:30p – 5:20p $22
INTERMEDIATE (Twirling Stars) (Instructor approval required)
Senior Center Mon 10/15 – 10/29 4:30p – 5:20p $17

Westwind CC Wed 9/5 – 9/26 5:00p – 5:50p $40‡ Senior Center Mon 11/5 – 11/26 4:30p – 5:20p $17

Westwind CC Wed 10/3 – 10/24 5:00p – 5:50p $40‡ YOGA 14 YEARS+

Westwind CC Wed 11/7 – 11/28 5:00p – 5:50p $40‡ Relax after a long day by developing strength, flexibility, balance,

Westwind CC Wed 12/5 – 12/12 5:00p – 5:50p $40‡ endurance and muscle tone through deep diaphragm breathing
ADVANCED (Twirlerettes) (Instructor approval required)
and exercises. A great stress relief! †$6 (No Class 11/20)

Westwind CC Wed 9/5 – 9/26 6:00p – 6:50p $40‡ Instructor: Combined Martial Science Staff

Westwind CC Wed 10/3 – 10/24 6:00p – 6:50p $40‡ De Anza CC Tue 9/4 – 9/25 6:00p – 7:00p $27

Westwind CC Wed 11/7 – 11/28 6:00p – 6:50p $40‡ De Anza CC Tue 10/2 – 10/30 6:00p – 7:00p $27

Westwind CC Wed 12/5 – 12/12 6:00p – 6:50p $40‡ De Anza CC Tue 11/6 – 11/27 6:00p – 7:00p $22

† Non-resident Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments

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THE DANCE SHOP 2 YEARS+ CLASSICAL BEGINNING BALLET 6 YEARS+ DANCE & EXERCISE

The Dance Shop Performing Arts Center is located at Learn the graceful and beautiful techniques of ballet. Students

1640 S. Grove, Unit A, Ontario (909) 947-2787 will learn poise and coordination while learning the basics of

www.ontariothedanceshop.com †$6 this popular dance style. Ballet shoes required.

Instructor: The Dance Shop Dance Shop Wed 8/22 – 9/19 4:30p – 5:30p $48

CREATIVE MOVEMENT 2 – 3 YEARS Dance Shop Wed 9/26 – 10/24 4:30p – 5:30p $48

Class introduces the joy of dancing to your child while building

coordination and confidence. Ribbons, mats, hoops and props HIP HOP
Learn all the latest moves including turns and patterns to get
will make this class fun! Ballet shoes required. you dancing. Builds confidence, coordination and will get
you in shape.
Dance Shop Mon 8/20 – 9/24 6:30p – 7:15p $48 6 – 9 YEARS

Dance Shop Mon 10/1 – 10/29 6:30p – 7:15p $48 Dance Shop Wed 8/22 – 9/19 5:30p – 6:30p $48

Dance Shop Wed 8/22 – 9/19 6:30p – 7:15p $48 Dance Shop Wed 9/26 –10/24 5:30p – 6:30p $48

Dance Shop Wed 9/26 – 10/24 6:30p – 7:15p $48

TAP & BALLET COMBO Dance Shop Wed 8 YEARS+
Combo classes build poise, coordination and grace. Tap will Dance Shop Wed 8/22 – 9/19 6:30p – 7:30p $48
help with rhythmic training and ballet will help to develop Dance Shop Sat 9/26 – 10/24 6:30p – 7:30p $48
posture and grace. Tap and ballet shoes required. Dance Shop Sat 8/25 – 9/22 9:30a – 10:30a $48
3 – 4 YEARS 9/29 – 10/27 9:30a – 10:30a $48

Dance Shop Wed 8/22 – 9/19 5:30p – 6:30p $48 POM-POM/CHEER/DRILL TEAM 5 – 15 YEARS

Dance Shop Wed 9/26 – 10/24 5:30p – 6:00p $48 Learn all three skills in one super fun class! Perform in parades,

Dance Shop Fri 8/24 – 9/21 5:30p – 6:30p $48 shows and events. Class teaches confidence, coordination,

Dance Shop Fri 9/28 – 10/26 5:30p – 6:00p $48 teamwork and spirit; all while having fun and making new
5 – 7 YEARS
friends. www.cyscallstars.com †$6
Dance Shop Tue 8/21 – 9/18 5:30p – 6:30p $48
‡ $25 for performance pom-poms and $80 for performance uniform
Dance Shop Tue 9/25 – 10/23 5:30p – 6:30p $48 payable to instructor at a later date.

Dance Shop Sat 8/25 – 9/22 10:30a – 11:30a $48 Instructor: California Youth Spirit Corp

Dance Shop Sat 9/29 – 10/27 10:30a – 11:30a $48 5 – 7 YEARS

GYMNASTICS – BEGINNING Armstrong CC Wed 9/12 – 12/5 6:30p – 7:00p $96‡
Students learn gymnastic skills and fundamentals. Class
includes warm-up exercises for conditioning and flexibility, as 8 – 15 YEARS
well as, mat and balance beam work.
‡ Children should wear comfortable clothing Armstrong CC Wed 9/12 – 12/5 7:10p – 7:40p $96‡

6 – 10 YEARS ZUMBA GOLD MIX 18 YEARS+

Dance Shop Fri 8/24 – 9/21 6:30p – 7:30p $48 This lower impact dance exercise for adults is a fusion of Cha

Dance Shop Fri 9/28 – 10/26 6:30p – 7:30p $48 Cha, Salsa, and other Latin inspired dance steps mixed with

Dance Shop Sat 8/25 – 9/22 10:30a – 11:30a $48 Line Dance and some Rock & Roll - Fun for everyone! †$6

Dance Shop Sat 9/29 – 10/27 10:30a – 11:30a $48 (No class 10/8, 11/12) Instructor: Ginger Dollarhide

8 YEARS+ Senior Center M/W 9/5 – 9/26 6:00p – 6:45p Free

Dance Shop Tue 8/21 – 9/18 4:30p – 5:30p $48 Senior Center M/W 10/1 – 10/31 6:00p – 6:45p Free

Dance Shop Tue 9/25 – 10/23 4:30p – 5:30p $48 Senior Center M/W 11/5 – 11/26 6:00p – 6:45p Free

Senior Center M/W 12/3 – 12/12 6:00p – 6:45p Free

† Non-resident Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments
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DANCE & EXERCISE RHYTHM ADDICT DANCE STUDIO 16 YEARS+ RETRO FITNESS FOR WOMEN 18 YEARS+

The following classes are held at Rhythm Addict Dance Studio. Introducing an old but new way of floor exercise for women
10373 Trademark Street, Suite E, Rancho Cucamonga 91730. †$6 who are motivated to work out, sweat and see a transformation
in themselves. Let’s get back to those leg and inner thigh lifts,
(909) 240-7615 Instructor: Rhythm Addict Dance Studio scissors, hip releases, jumping jacks and twists-taking retro
concepts and adding new variations to tone muscles, improve
BALLROOM FOR COUPLES 16 YEARS+ circulation and strengthen heart and lungs. Make new friends
and feel good at the same time! (Bring mat, towel and water) †$6
Bring your sweetie and rekindle your romance on the dance
Instructor: Ginger Dollarhide
floor. These beginning level classes will teach you different

dances throughout the year and is a great reason for a date

night! Please include partner’s name when registering. Sept: Senior Center Tue 9/4 – 9/25 6:00p – 6:45p $22‡

East Coast Swing, Nov. Beginning Foxtrot. †$6 ‡Couples fee

Rhythm Addict Fri 9/7 – 9/28 8:00p – 8:50p $90‡ Senior Center Tue 10/2 – 10/30 6:00p – 6:45p $27‡

Rhythm Addict Fri 11/2 – 11/30 8:00p – 8:50p $90‡ Senior Center Tue 11/6 – 11/27 6:00p – 6:45p $22‡

Senior Center Tue 12/4 – 12/11 6:00p – 6:45p $12‡

BEGINNING SALSA 16 YEARS+

Come learn fun and exciting Salsa dances. This is the studio’s

most popular dance class! Lessons are broken down into 4 easy

to learn patterns that are stitched together to create a seamless

pattern of dance. †$6 (No class 11/22)

Rhythm Addict Sat 9/8 – 9/29 9:00a – 9:50a $49

Rhythm Addict Tue 10/21 – 10/28 7:00p – 7:50p $49

Rhythm Addict Thur 11/1 – 11/29 7:00p – 7:50p $49

HEALTHY WALKING CLUB
FREE! Sundays 8 AM

Meet at the R. Jack Mercer
Community Bandstand located at

Euclid Avenue and C Street.

We take our weekly 3 mile walk along beautiful
historic Euclid Avenue. No RSVP necessary.

We look forward to seeing you there!

BeHealthyOntario.com

† Non-resident Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments

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SITES DAYS TIMES FREE ZUM UP CLASSES

CLC WED 6:00p The perfect combination JOIN TODAY!
DA MON – FRI 8:00a of dance and fitness
DAQ All locations will be subject
MON 8:30a/7:00p Designed for everyone to closing in observance
FBC WED 8:30a to get healthy of State & Local Holidays.
OHC TUE/FRI 8:00a Please check with the
THUR 8:00a Classes offered at various center to see their posting
WW TUE 6:00p community centers
TUE/THUR 8:00a/5:00p in Ontario on closures.
FRI 8:00a
MON 10:00a Center Locations
6:00p
10:00a CLC Christian Life Center 718 E. Maitland Avenue 909.994.3057
9:00a 909.395.2030
6:00p DA De Anza Community & Teen Center 1405 S. Fern Avenue 909.395.2300
10:00a
MUÑOZ WED 8:00a DAQ Dorothy A. Quesada 1010 S. Bon View Avenue 909.983.7319
FRI 4:00p FBC Community Center 1023 S. Sultana Avenue 909.387.6225
SBV TUE/THUR Friendship Baptist Church 909.395.2506
VMP WED/FRI 9:00a 909.395.2622
MON 10:00a OHC Ontario Health Center 150 E. Holt Boulevard 909.395.2020
MON/WED 909.986.5847
(KIDS CLASS) WW Westwind Community Center 2455 E. Riverside Drive
THUR
SAT MUÑOZ Anthony Muñoz Community Center 1240 W. Fourth Street

SBV South Bon View Park 2025 S. Bon View Avenue

VMP Veterans Memorial Park 1257 E. D Street

HE A LTHY 303 E. B STREET
ONTARIO, CA 91764

(909) 395-2036
www.behealthyontario.com

MADE IN ONTARIO SERIES MANUFACTURING DAY
is a video series that highlights the diverse MFG day is Friday, October 5, 2018. Thank you to
array of businesses, organizations and individuals
that call Ontario home. To view the series, all of the businesses that continue to inspire
young people to make a career in the industry.
visit YouTube.com/cityofontario

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY
The City of Ontario Economic Development Agency works tirelessly to ensure that businesses succeed in Ontario. Through
its relationships and resources, the Economic Development Agency Team can assist companies and businesses with a
variety of needs to help foster their success. Staff is committed to facilitating all the necessary steps in moving projects
forward through the development and permit process, getting a business up and running, and to ensure company growth.

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SPECIAL INTEDREASNT/CEX&C EUXRESIRCOINSES DRIVER’S EDUCATION – ONLINE COURSE 15 YEARS+ GUITAR 7 – 17 YEARS (Adults with Approval)
Complete your Driver’s Education from home, on your computer. This
is an interactive, online course with videos and animated driving Class introduces instrument part names, tuning, music theory,
scenarios. Learn the rules of the road, driver responsibility, DMV
procedures and much more. A licensed instructor is available to answer ear training and solfege singing. Techniques such as picking
any questions. Receive DMV-approved Certificate of Completion. †$6
and strumming will also be taught. Participants must bring
Instructor will contact student after completed registration.
a guitar to class. Instructor is also available for individual
Instructor: Erika Vieyra (Safety Drivers Ed)
assistance for 15 minutes after class. This class continues after

the completion of each session. www.leranwang.com †$6

(No class 10/8, 11/12, 11/22) Instructor: Leran Wang

REGISTER BY FEE BEGINNING LEVEL 1

9/1 $41‡ Armstrong CC Mon 9/10 – 10/29 4:30p – 5:15p $72

10/1 $41‡ Armstrong CC Mon 11/5 – 12/17 4:30p – 5:15p $62

11/1 $41‡ BEGINNING LEVEL 2
(Instructor Approval Required)

EDUCATION 2 GO – ONLINE COURSES Armstrong CC Thur 9/13 – 10/25 4:30p – 5:15p $72

ADULTS Armstrong CC Thur 11/1 – 12/20 4:30p – 5:15p $72
Take Ed2Go classes from the comfort of your own home or office, at
your convenience. Update computer skills, discover a new talent, or PIANO KEYBOARD 4 – 17 YEARS (Adults with Approval)
chart a career path at your own pace. Instructor led online courses
include 12 lessons (2/wk) supplemented by quizzes, and online Class introduces instrument part names, music theory, ear training
discussion. Visit www.ed2go.com/ontario for extensive listing of
classes including Adobe Software, business, computer and solfege singing. Learn the fundamental knowledge of playing
skills, Microsoft products, web design, personal
enrichment, health care, legal classes and more! the keyboard piano with one hand and both hands. Participants
How to Register:
must bring a small keyboard to class. Instructor is also available
1. Make payment for the course with the Ontario Recreation
for individual assistance for 15 minutes after class. This class
& Community Services Department by completing the
continues after the end of each session. www.leranwang.com †$6
registration process on Page 5.
(No class 10/8, 11/12) Instructor: Leran Wang
2. Go to www.ed2go.com/ontario and enroll in the desired class.
BEGINNING LEVEL 1
3. After enrollment, students will click on the “Continue to
Armstrong CC Mon 9/10 – 10/29 5:30p – 6:15p $72
Payment Options” button. Select either “Purchase Later” or
Armstrong CC Mon 11/5 – 12/17 5:30p – 6:15p $62
“Already Paid” button. Payment must be made to the City of
BEGINNING LEVEL 2
Ontario two days prior to course start date. (Instructor Approval Required)

Armstrong CC Mon 9/10 – 10/29 6:30p – 7:15p $72

Call the Armstrong Community Center at (909) 395-2020 for Armstrong CC Mon 11/5 – 12/17 6:30p – 7:15p $62

additional registration information. Instructors: Ed2Go UKULELE 4 – 17 YEARS (Adults with Approval)

STARTS FEE Class introduces tuning, music theory, ear training and solfege

9/12 $110‡ singing. Techniques such as picking and strumming will also be

taught. Learning materials will be provided in class. By the end

10/17 $110‡ of the class, you will have learned the fundamental knowledge

11/14 $110‡ of playing the Ukulele, as well as singing a few popular songs!

Participants must bring a Ukulele to class. Instructor is also available

NEW PERCUSSION 4 – 17 YEARS for individual assistance for 15 minutes after class. This class

Learn the fundamentals of rhythm by playing with a variety of continues after the end of class session. www.leranwang.com †$6
percussion instruments in a supporting atmosphere that focuses on
learning through fun in order to retain interest for a growing musical (No class 11/23) Instructor: Leran Wang
mind. Class is geared towards those who have little or no prior
drumming experience. Percussion instruments will be provided during BEGINNING LEVEL 1
the class. A new rhythmic concept will be taught each week. This
class continues after the end of each session. www.leranwang.com Armstrong CC Fri 9/14 – 10/26 4:30p – 5:15p $58

Instructor: Leran Wang Armstrong CC Fri 11/2 – 12/14 4:30p – 5:15p $58

BEGINNING LEVEL 2
(Instructor Approval Required)

Armstrong CC Fri 9/14 – 10/26 6:30p – 7:15p $58 Armstrong CC Fri 9/14 – 10/26 5:30p – 6:15p $58

Armstrong CC Fri 11/2 – 12/14 6:30p – 7:15p $58 Armstrong CC Fri 11/2 – 12/14 5:30p – 6:15p $58
† Non-resident Fee
‡ Additional Fee/Comments

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BECOME A WEDDING PLANNER ADULTS UPLAND MUSIC SCHOOL DSPAENCCIAEL&INEXTEERRECSITS/EEXCURSIONS

Learn how to become a wedding planner by learning the The following classes are held at Upland Music School,
791 E. Foothill Boulevard Suite H, Upland (909) 608-0213. †$6
fundamentals of planning this type of event. Class includes etiquette,

scheduling, wedding emergencies, rehearsals, newest trends in Instructor: Upland Music School Staff

wedding designs, invitations, budgeting and start-up costs. †$6 GROOVIN’ GUITAR 6 YEARS+

‡ Additional $45 supply fee is payable to the instructor. Learn simple melodies, and develop basic guitar techniques;

Instructor: Kathy Madison also learn basic chords and note reading skills. Student must

Westwind CC Thur 9/6 – 9/20 6:00p – 7:00p $62‡ bring or rent guitar. Guitar rental available at $30 for 5 weeks.

Westwind CC Sat 9/8 – 9/22 9:00a – 10:00a $62‡ ‡$20 supply fee is payable to instructor

6 – 11 YEARS

MATH WORKSHOP 8 – 14 YEARS Upland Music Fri 9/21 – 10/19 4:30p – 5:30p $62‡

Experience a new, practical approach to math problem solving 12 YEARS+

and hands-on practice for 3rd–8th graders. Learn essential math Upland Music Fri 9/21 – 10/19 5:45p – 6:45p $62‡

and time management skills. Whether your student needs chapter KEYBOARD/PIANO INTRODUCTION 3 YEARS+

review, assistance on a new topic for school or help preparing Learn the basics of playing piano; including bowing technique,

for tests. For more information call (626) 379-1112. †$6 finger position and more. Keyboard rental available at $30 for

‡ A $10 supply fee is payable to the instructor 5 weeks. ‡ $25 supply fee is payable to the instructor

Instructor: AGI Academy Staff 3 – 5 YEARS

De Anza CC Wed 9/19 – 10/31 5:00p – 5:45p $72‡ Upland Music Mon 9/17 – 10/15 4:15p – 5:00p $62‡

De Anza CC Wed 11/7 – 12/19 5:00p – 5:45p $72‡ 6 – 9 YEARS

CHALLENGE YOUR COMPUTER SKILLS 12 YEARS+ Upland Music Mon 9/17 – 10/15 5:00p – 5:45p $62‡

Students will learn keyboarding and how to use Microsoft Word 10 YEARS+

for making reports and projects with its various functions, such Upland Music Mon 9/17 – 10/15 5:45p – 6:30p $62‡

as clip art and tables. †$6

‡ A $10 supply fee is payable to the instructor SING OUT LOUD 6 YEARS+

Instructor: AGI Academy Staff Students learn proper vocal technique and develop healthy

De Anza CC Wed 9/19 – 10/31 5:00p – 5:45p $72‡ singing voices through popular songs. The instructor will help

De Anza CC Wed 11/7 – 12/19 5:00p – 5:45p $72‡ identify your vocal range and improve the weaker areas in voice.

6 – 11 YEARS

ACTING FOR KIDS AND ADULTS Upland Music Tue 9/18 – 10/16 4:30p – 5:30p $62‡
This class teaches the essentials for live stage performances
using theater games to discover how to use your voice and 12 YEARS+
physicality to tell a story. Lessons focus on teamwork as well as
being able to take charge on your own to perform on stage in Upland Music Tue 9/18 – 10/16 5:45p – 6:45p $62‡
a variety of conditions. †$6
Instructor: Kelsey Cole

6 – 13 YEARS

Armstrong CC Mon 9/10 – 10/1 4:30p – 6:00p $52

Armstrong CC Mon 10/15 – 11/5 4:30p – 6:00p $52

14 YEARS+

Armstrong CC Mon 9/10 – 10/1 6:00p – 7:30p $52

Armstrong CC Mon 10/15 – 11/5 6:00p – 7:30p $52

† Non-resident Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments
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SPECIAL INTEDREASNT/CEX&C EUXRESIRCOINSES EXCURSION DAY TRIP: STATE LINE – BUFFALO BILL’S 12 YEARS+
Register for Excursions at the Armstrong Community
Center or at the Ontario Senior Center. Excursions are All players will be given a free food voucher to be used
offered under the sponsorship of Ontario Recreation
& Community Services Department. Checks should at Denny’s inside Buffalo Bill’s Casino. Players can
be made payable to the “City of Ontario.” Published
itineraries are subject to change. Every effort will be take the tram between all three casinos. Return time is
made to notify participants of changes as they occur. The
Code of Conduct is strictly enforced for all activities and approximate. Register by September 28.†$6
programs offered through the Recreation & Community
Services Department. Timely requests for trip cancellation NO REFUNDS, NO EXCEPTIONS.
will be considered for credit to participant’s account.
For more information, please call (909) 395-2020 or ‡A minimum of 40 participants will make this trip a go!
(909) 395-2021.
After the deadline, please call for any available seats.

Senior Center Sat 10/20 7:00a – 10:00p $30‡

ONTARIO COMMUNITY
COLLEGE PROMISE
PROGRAM SPOTLIGHT!

Chayla Brown (on le ) and Yanely Ontario’s Community College Promise Program provides
Pena (on right) doing outreach at a scholarship for high school graduates, which provides free
tuition for up to two consecutive years at a California Community
Chaffey High School College of the student’s choice. The Ontario City Council’s goal
is to expand access to higher education, support local economic
development initiatives, and encourage students to obtain a
vocational or higher education degree to enhance and retain the
workforce in the region.

“Thankful for the Ontario Community College Promise Program that has
been very helpful in getting me get closer to achieving my dream career.”

Yanely Pena, OCCP student, Nursing Major at Chaffey College,
Graduate of Colony High School

To learn more about the program, visit
www.ontarioca.gov/collegepromise

This program is available through a partnership with the
Ontario-Montclair Promise Scholars program.

† Non-resident Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments

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TINY TOTS 3 – 5 YEARS ONLINE REGISTRATION is available at no additional DTIANNYCTEO&TSEXERCISE
cost. Registration began on July 9 as listed in the Summer
ENRICHMENT LEARNING PROGRAM Ontario Living Magazine. On-line and walk-in registration
is on-going for any remaining spots. First-time and Ontario
LOCATIONS: resident participants registering on-line must show proof of
CC is Community Center. birth and residency prior to the first day of class. Parents/
De Anza CC • 1405 S. Fern Avenue • (909) 395-2030 Guardians must bring in proof of birth and Ontario residency at
Muñoz CC • 1240 W. Fourth Street • (909) 933-3596 the time of walk-in registration. Walk-in registration is accepted
DAQ CC • 1010 S. Bon View Avenue • (909) 395-2300 at the Armstrong Community Center or De Anza Community &
Westwind CC • 2455 E. Riverside Drive • (909) 395-2506 Teen Center. Registering for session 2 will give you priority for
Sessions 3 & 4. No mail-in registration.
The Tiny Tots Enrichment Learning Program is dedicated to
improving the well-being of all young children. Children Due to the popularity of this program, NO REFUNDS or
learn through art, literacy, science and math, interactive and CREDITS will be issued unless the class is cancelled.
purposeful play.

Three year olds learn to transition successfully from home to Children must meet the age requirement by the first day of class.
school in a relaxed fun-filled educational environment while Children are not permitted to attend more than one class in a
developing social and motor skills. Four and five year olds will session. NO EXCEPTIONS. For more information please call
continue to develop, gain and refine skills needed for successful (909) 395-2020.
social development and school readiness as they transition into
kindergarten. Classes are taught by experienced recreation MANDATORY PARENT ORIENTATION: One parent or
staff with a student to teacher ratio of 7 to 1. Please call if you other approved representative who were unable to attend open
are interested in a class that has a Spanish speaking teacher. house will be required to stay for a brief 20 minute orientation
beginning at 9:15a the first day of class. This includes all
Children must be potty trained. No pull-ups allowed. returning families.

SESSION 1 (NO CLASS 9/3) SESSION 2 (NO CLASS 10/8)

* Classes are for 4 – 5 years only ** Classes are for 3 – 4 years *** Class is for 3 – 5 years Non-resident Fee $6

De Anza CC* M/W/F 8/6 – 9/21 9:00a – 12:00p $160 De Anza CC* M/W/F 10/1 – 11/16 9:00a – 12:00p $160
De Anza CC** T/Th 8/7 – 9/20 9:00a – 12:00p $112 De Anza CC** T/Th 10/2 – 11/15 9:00a – 12:00p $112
Westwind CC* M/W/F 8/6 – 9/21 9:00a – 12:00p $160 Westwind CC* M/W/F 10/1 – 11/16 9:00a – 12:00p $160
Westwind CC** T/Th 8/7 – 9/20 9:00a – 12:00p $112 Westwind CC** T/Th 10/2 – 11/15 9:00a – 12:00p $112

DAQ CC*** M/W/F 8/6 – 9/21 9:00a – 12:00p $160 DAQ CC** M/W/F 10/1 – 11/16 9:00a – 12:00p $160
Muñoz CC*** M/W/F 8/6 – 9/21 9:00a – 12:00p $160 Muñoz CC*** M/W/F 10/1 – 11/16 9:00a – 12:00p $160

† Non-resident Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments
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DANCETO&TECXLEARSCISESES PARENT & ME “Terrific Twos and Threes” 2 – 3 YEARS TOT ICE HOCKEY @ ONTARIO ICE 2 – 5 YEARS

Parents learn to guide their child’s development in language This class focuses on beginning fundamentals: skating, stopping

and coordination skills. This fun and interactive class features with the puck, hockey positions, pivot turns, stick handling and

art, crafts, music and games. A great first classroom experience shooting. †$6 Admission to Open Skating sessions is free.

for your child! †$6 ‡ $3 Weekly skate rental fee

‡ $5 supply fee is payable to the instructor at first class. Instructor: Ontario Ice Skating Center Staff

Instructor: Irma Zendejas Ontario Ice Ctr Thur 9/13 – 11/1 6:00p – 6:30p $54‡

Armstrong CC Tue 9/4 – 9/25 5:30p – 6:30p $37‡

Armstrong CC Tue 10/2 – 10/30 5:30p – 6:30p $46‡

Armstrong CC Tue 11/6 – 11/27 5:30p – 6:30p $37‡

Armstrong CC Wed 9/5 – 9/26 5:30p – 6:30p $37‡

Armstrong CC Wed 10/3 – 10/24 5:30p – 6:30p $37‡

Armstrong CC Wed 11/7 – 11/28 5:30p – 6:30p $37‡

LITTLE CHAMPS MARTIAL ARTS 3 – 5 YEARS

Preschool martial arts fitness class is designed for the younger

child. Use of motor coordination through basic gymnastics, GIVE A
HELPING HAND.
yoga and martial arts. †$6 VOLUNTEER AND
MAKE A DIFFERENCE
‡ $20 t-shirt fee payable to instructor.
For information or to complete a
13611 12th St. Unit A Chino (909) 224-1107 volunteer application, call the
Instructor: Combined Martial Science Staff Recreation & Community
Services Department at
ComMarSci Tue 9/4 – 9/25 3:00p – 4:00p $57‡
(909) 395-2020
ComMarSci Tue 10/2 – 10/30 3:00p – 4:00p $57‡
‡ Additional Fee/Comments
ComMarSci Tue 11/6 – 11/27 3:00p – 4:00p $52‡

TOT ICE SKATING @ CENTER ICE 3 – 5 YEARS

The front glide, the snowplow stop and the basics on a toddler

level. Skate rental and free public skating the day of class is

included. Instructors are U.S. Figure Skating certified. Please

arrive 20 minutes early for skate fitting and check-in. Dress

warmly. †$6

Instructor: Center Ice Skating Staff

Center Ice Arena Sat 9/8 – 10/6 11:00a – 11:30a $57

Center Ice Arena Sat 10/13–11/10 11:00a – 11:30a $57

TOT AND ME ICE SKATING @ CENTER ICE 2 – 5 YEARS
This class teaches basic skating skills to child and parent. Skate
rental and free public skating the day of class is included.
Additional tot skater is $25. Instructors are U.S. Figure Skating
certified. Please arrive 20 minutes early for skate fitting and

check-in. †$6 Additional tot skater is $25.
Instructor: Center Ice Skating Staff

Center Ice Arena Sat 9/8 – 10/6 11:00a – 11:30a $77

Center Ice Arena Sat 10/13 – 11/10 11:00a – 11:30a $77

TOT ICE SKATING @ ONTARIO ICE 2 – 5 YEARS

Learn all the ice skating basics on a toddler level. †$6

Admission to Open Skating sessions is free

‡$3 Weekly skate rental fee. Instructor: Ontario Ice Skating Center Staff

Ontario Ice Ctr Thur 9/13 – 11/1 6:00p – 6:30p $54‡

Ontario Ice Ctr Sat 9/15 – 11/3 12:45p – 1:15p $54‡

† Non-resident Fee

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MISS TRACCEE’S PRESCHOOL 1 – 6 YEARS 1’S & 2'S WITH MISS TRACCEE 1– 2 YEARS TDOATNCCLEA&SSEEXSERCISE

This academically enriched preschool program offers a fun Parents/caregiver participate with your child in a classroom

learning experience. All classes complement each other without setting that includes creative play, arts & crafts, music, story

being repetitive. For more information contact Traccee at and circle time. †$6

(909) 749-8687 (749-tots). †$6 ‡ $6 supply fee payable to instructor.

(No class 11/19 – 11/23) Armstrong CC Thur 9/6 – 10/4 9:00a – 10:00a $35‡

Instructor: Traccee Theokari Armstrong CC Thur 10/11 – 11/8 9:00a – 10:00a $35‡

PRESCHOOL 3’S & 4’S 3 – 4 YEARS Armstrong CC Thur 11/15 – 12/20 9:00a – 10:00a $35‡

This class provides an introduction to early learning skills such

as letters, numbers, colors, shapes, story time, crafts and music. 2’S WITH MISS TRACCEE 2 YEARS

Non-parent participation class. Parents/caregiver participate with your two year old child in

‡ $10 – $12 supply fee payable to instructor. a classroom setting that includes creative play, arts & crafts,

Armstrong CC Mon 9/10 – 10/1 12:15p – 2:15p $50‡ music, story and circle time. †$6

Armstrong CC Tue 9/4 – 10/2 9:00a – 11:00a $60‡ ‡ $6 supply fee payable to instructor.

Armstrong CC Wed 9/5 – 10/3 12:15p – 2:15p $60‡ Armstrong CC Thur 9/6 – 10/4 10:00a – 11:00a $35‡

Armstrong CC Fri 9/7 – 10/5 9:00a – 11:00a $60‡ Armstrong CC Thur 10/11 – 11/8 10:00a – 11:00a $35‡

Armstrong CC Mon 10/15 – 11/5 12:15p – 2:15p $50‡ Armstrong CC Thur 11/15 – 12/20 10:00a – 11:00a $35‡

Armstrong CC Tue 10/9 – 11/6 9:00a – 11:00a $60‡ PRESCHOOL ABC'S & 123'S 3 – 5 YEARS

Armstrong CC Wed 10/10 – 11/7 12:15p – 2:15p $60‡ This fun class focuses on the alphabet, numbers, colors and

Armstrong CC Fri 10/12 – 11/9 9:00a – 11:00a $60‡ shapes through recognition, writing, counting and sorting.

Armstrong CC Mon 11/19 – 12/17 12:15p – 2:15p $50‡ A supply fee is payable to the instructor in class. †$6

Armstrong CC Tue 11/13 – 12/18 9:00a – 11:00a $60‡ ‡ $6 supply fee payable to instructor.

Armstrong CC Wed 11/14 – 12/19 12:15p – 2:15p $60‡ Armstrong CC Thur 9/6 – 10/4 11:00a – 12:00p $35‡

Armstrong CC Fri 11/16 – 12/21 9:00a – 11:00a $60‡ Armstrong CC Thur 10/11 – 11/8 11:00a – 12:00p $35‡

Armstrong CC Thur 11/15 – 12/20 11:00a – 12:00p $35‡

PRESCHOOL 4’S & 5’S 4 – 5 YEARS

This 3-hour class will prepare each student for kindergarten, PRESCHOOL READING WORKSHOP 4 – 6 YEARS

both academically and socially. Daily activities include art This class introduces students to the concepts of reading.

projects, circle time, academic studying, and outside play Students will learn letter sounds, blends, word structure, and

(when weather permits). Non-parent participation class. sequencing. †$6

‡ $12 – $15 supply fee payable to instructor. ‡$6 supply fee payable to instructor.

Armstrong CC Mon 9/10 – 10/1 9:00a – 12:00p $65‡ Armstrong CC Thur 9/6 – 10/4 12:15p – 1:15p $35‡

Armstrong CC Tue 9/4 – 10/2 11:15a – 2:15p $80‡ Armstrong CC Thur 10/11 – 11/8 12:15p – 1:15p $35‡

Armstrong CC Wed 9/5 – 10/3 9:00a – 12:00p $80‡ Armstrong CC Thur 11/15 – 12/20 12:15p – 1:15p $35‡

Armstrong CC Fri 9/7 – 10/5 11:15a – 2:15p $80‡ BEGINNING MATH SKILLS 4 – 6 YEARS

Armstrong CC Mon 10/15 – 11/5 9:00a – 12:00p $65‡ Students are introduced to the beginning concepts of math

Armstrong CC Tue 10/9 – 11/6 11:15a – 2:15p $80‡ including patterns, measuring, adding, subtracting and

Armstrong CC Wed 10/10 – 11/7 9:00a – 12:00p $80‡ working with double digit numbers. †$6

Armstrong CC Fri 10/12 – 11/9 11:15a – 2:15p $80‡ ‡$6 supply fee payable to instructor.

Armstrong CC Mon 11/19 – 12/17 9:00a – 12:00p $65‡ Armstrong CC Thur 9/6 – 10/4 1:15p – 2:15p $35‡

Armstrong CC Tue 11/13 – 12/18 11:15a – 2:15p $80‡ Armstrong CC Thur 10/11 – 11/8 1:15p – 2:15p $35‡

Armstrong CC Wed 11/14 – 12/19 9:00a – 12:00p $80‡ Armstrong CC Thur 11/15 – 12/20 1:15p – 2:15p $35‡

Armstrong CC Fri 11/16 – 12/21 11:15a – 2:15p $80‡

† Non-resident Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments
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DASPNCOERT&SECXLEARSCSIESSE CROSSFIT CLASSES 5 YEARS+ BEGINNING ICE HOCKEY @ ONTARIO ICE 6 – 14 YEARS
This class focuses on beginning fundamentals: skating,
All classes listed below held at CrossFit Kinnick. stopping with the puck, hockey positions, pivot turns, stick
handling and shooting. Students who know the basics will find
3550 E. Philadelphia Street #160,Ontario or 166 S. 2nd the intermediate class challenging and fun. †$6

Avenue, Upland. (909) 983-4744. ‡ $3 weekly skate rental fee; Admission to Open Skating sessions is free.

www.crossfitkinnick.com Instructor: CrossFit Kinnick Trainers Instructor: Ontario Ice Skating Staff

CROSSFIT FOR KIDS 5 – 8 YEARS

Get your kids in a CrossFit program designed for them! Kids Ontario Ice Ctr Tue 9/11 – 10/30 6:30p – 7:00p $54‡

will build motor skills and learn to move safely through active

games and activities. †$6 Location: Ontario (No Class 11/22) BEGINNING ICE SKATING @ ONTARIO ICE 6 YEARS+

CrossFit Kinnick Thur 9/6 – 9/27 5:00p – 5:30p $45 This introduction class includes glides, forward swizzles,

CrossFit Kinnick Thur 10/4 – 10/25 5:00p – 5:30p $45 backwards wiggles, dips, spin and spiral, snowplow stop

and more. †$6 Instructor: Ontario Ice Skating Staff

CrossFit Kinnick Thur 11/1 – 11/29 5:00p – 5:30p $45 ‡ $3 weekly skate rental fee; Admission to Open Skating sessions is free.

CROSSFIT FOR YOUTH 9 – 12 YEARS 6 – 14 YEARS

Get your kids in a CrossFit program designed for them! Kids Ontario Ice Ctr Tue 9/11 – 10/30 6:30p – 7:00p $54‡

will build motor skills and learn to move safely through active Ontario Ice Ctr Thur 9/13 – 11/1 6:30p – 7:00p $54‡

games and activities. †$6 Location: Ontario Ontario Ice Ctr Sat 9/15 – 11/3 12:45p – 1:15p $54‡

CrossFit Kinnick Thur 9/6 – 9/27 5:30p – 6:00p $45 15 YEARS+

CrossFit Kinnick Thur 10/4 – 10/25 5:30p – 6:00p $56 Ontario Ice Ctr Thur 9/13 – 11/1 6:30p – 7:00p $54‡

CrossFit Kinnick Thur 11/1 – 11/29 5:30p – 6:00p $45

ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 13 – 18 YEARS MIXED MARTIAL ARTS 5 – 14 YEARS

Build a solid foundation of strength and conditioning through Well-rounded martial arts program combines kickboxing,

the 10 physical skills: strength, power, endurance, stamina, boxing, judo, jiu jitsu, and submission wrestling. Emphasis

coordination, speed, agility, flexibility, balance and accuracy. will be placed on self-improvement, mental discipline, and

†$6 Location: Upland self-esteem. Students attend one class a week for one hour. †$6

(No class 11/19 – 11/22)

CrossFit Kinnick M/W 9/5 – 9/26 5:15p – 6:00p $73 Classes at Combined Martial Science:

CrossFit Kinnick M/W 10/1 – 10/29 5:15p – 6:00p $73 13611 12th Street Unit A, Chino (909) 224-1107
For more information visit www.combinedmartialscience.com
CrossFit Kinnick M/W 11/5 – 11/21 5:15p – 6:00p $65 ‡ $50 uniform fee payable to the instructor.

Instructor: Combined Martial Science Staff

GOLF 7 YEARS+ JUJITSU/WRESTLING/MMA

Beginning fundamentals and intermediate skills will be taught ComMarSci Tue 9/4 – 9/25 5:00p – 6:00p $57‡

in class. Learn to play or improve your technique. The Get

Ready Golf Program teaches basic skills, discusses the game’s ComMarSci Tue 10/2 – 10/30 5:00p – 6:00p $57‡

rules, etiquette and values. Practice equipment is included. †$6 ComMarSci Tue 11/6 – 11/27 5:00p – 6:00p $57‡

‡$25 ball fee payable to instructor 1st day of class. KICKBOXING/WRESTLING/MMA

Instructor: Gary Nichols, PGA professional

Whisp Lakes Sat 9/1 – 9/29 8:00a – 9:00a $75‡ ComMarSci Thur 9/6 – 9/27 6:00p – 7:00p $57‡

BEGINNING ICE SKATING @ CENTER ICE 6 – 12 YEARS ComMarSci Thur 10/4 – 10/25 6:00p – 7:00p $57‡
This introduction class includes forward skating, swizzles and
back wiggles. Skate rental and free public skating the day of class ComMarSci Thur 11/1 – 11/29 6:00p – 7:00p $57‡

is included. Instructors are U.S. Figure Skating certified. †$6

Instructor: Center Ice Arena Staff

Center Ice Arena Sat 9/8 – 10/6 11:00a – 11:30a $57

Center Ice Arena Sat 10/13 – 11/10 11:00a – 11:30a $57

† Non-resident Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments

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TAE KWON DO @ WESTWIND CENTER 5 YEARS+ TAE KWON DO @ DAQ CENTER 4 – 15 YEARS SDPAONRCTES&CLEAXSESRECSISE
Tae Kwon Do incorporates kicking, hand strikes and blocks
while developing discipline, self-control and inner peace. Tae Kwon Do incorporates kicking, hand strikes and blocks
Instructor is bilingual. www.chungstaekwondostudios.com
(No class 10/8, 10/31, 11/12, 11/24) †$6 while developing discipline and self-control. Classes are for
‡ Uniform is available for purchase from instructor.
all levels. For Friday classes only: White belts- 4p, 1st Yellow
Instructor: Thomas Aguilar
to 1st Blue belts- 5p, Master Blue- Black Belts 6p. Tot Beginner

class will progress at a slower rate to ensure that the students

are learning the necessary skills for their level. †$6

BEGINNING YOUTH 5 – 14 YEARS (No class 10/26, 11/15, 11/22, 11/23)

Westwind CC Mon 9/5 – 9/29 5:00p – 6:00p $47‡ Instructor is bilingual. www.chungstaekwondostudios.com
Wed 6:00p – 7:00p
Sat ‡ Uniform is available for purchase from instructor. Instructor: Jessica Coria
9:00a – 10:00a
TOT BEGINNERS – WHITE BELTS 4 – 5 1/2 YEARS

Westwind CC Mon 10/1 – 10/29 5:00p – 6:00p $47‡ DAQ CC T/Th/F 9/4 – 9/28 4:00p – 5:00p $57‡
Wed 6:00p – 7:00p
Sat 9:00a – 10:00a DAQ CC T/Th/F 10/2 – 10/26 4:00p – 5:00p $57‡

Westwind CC Mon 11/5 – 11/28 5:00p – 6:00p $47‡ DAQ CC T/Th/F 11/1 – 11/30 4:00p – 5:00p $57‡
Wed 6:00p – 7:00p
Sat 9:00a – 10:00a DAQ CC T/Th/F 12/4 – 12/21 4:00p – 5:00p $57‡

ADVANCED YOUTH (Instructor approval required) 5 – 14 YEARS BEGINNERS – WHITE BELTS 5 1/2 – 15 YEARS

Westwind CC M/W 9/5 – 9/29 6:00p – 7:15p $47‡ DAQ CC T/Th/F 9/4 – 9/28 4:00p – 5:00p $57‡
Sat 10:00a – 11:00a
DAQ CC T/Th/F 10/2 – 10/26 4:00p – 5:00p $57‡

Westwind CC M/W 10/1 – 10/29 6:00p – 7:15p $47‡ DAQ CC T/Th/F 11/1 – 11/30 4:00p – 5:00p $57‡
Sat 10:00a – 11:00a
DAQ CC T/Th/F 12/4 – 12/21 4:00p – 5:00p $57‡

Westwind CC M/W 11/5 – 11/28 6:00p – 7:15p $47‡ INTERMEDIATE 5 – 15 YEARS
Sat 10:00a – 11:00a 1ST YELLOW – MASTER YELLOW

TEENS & ADULTS 14 YEARS+ DAQ CC T/Th/F 9/4 – 9/28 5:00p – 6:00p $57‡

Westwind CC M/W 9/5 – 9/29 7:30p – 8:45p $47‡ DAQ CC T/Th/F 10/2 – 10/26 5:00p – 6:00p $57‡
Sat 11:00a – 12:00p

Westwind CC M/W 10/1 – 10/29 7:30p – 8:45p $47‡ DAQ CC T/Th/F 11/1 – 11/30 5:00p – 6:00p $57‡
Sat 11:00a – 12:00p
DAQ CC T/Th/F 12/4 – 12/21 5:00p – 6:00p $57‡

Westwind CC M/W 11/5 – 11/28 7:30p – 8:45p $47‡ 1ST BLUE – BLACK 8 – 15 YEARS
Sat 11:00a – 12:00p
DAQ CC T/Th/F 9/4 – 9/28 6:00p – 7:00p $57‡

TAE KWON DO @ VETERANS CENTER DAQ CC T/Th/F 10/2 – 10/26 6:00p – 7:00p $57‡
Payments for the following classes taught at the Veterans
Memorial Community Center must be paid to the YMCA at DAQ CC T/Th/F 11/1 – 11/30 6:00p – 7:00p $57‡
the Veterans Memorial Community Center. (No class 11/22)
‡ Uniform is available for purchase from instructor. DAQ CC T/Th/F 12/4 – 12/21 6:00p – 7:00p $57‡

BEGINNING YOUTH @ VETERANS CENTER 5 – 14 YEARS BLACK BELTS (Instructor approval required) 10 – 18 YEARS

Veterans CC T/Th 9/4 – 9/27 5:30p – 6:30p $35‡ DAQ CC T/Th/F 9/4 – 9/28 7:00p – 8:00p $57‡

Veterans CC T/Th 10/2 – 10/30 5:30p – 6:30p $35‡ DAQ CC T/Th/F 10/2 – 10/26 7:00p – 8:00p $57‡

Veterans CC T/Th 11/1 – 11/29 5:30p – 6:30p $35‡ DAQ CC T/Th/F 11/1 – 11/30 7:00p – 8:00p $57‡

DAQ CC T/Th/F 12/4 – 12/21 7:00p – 8:00p $57‡

ADVANCED YOUTH @ VETERANS CENTER 5 – 14 YEARS
Veterans CC T/Th 9/4 – 9/27 6:30p – 7:30p $35‡
Veterans CC T/Th 10/2 – 10/30 6:30p – 7:30p $35‡
Veterans CC T/Th 11/1 – 11/29 6:30p – 7:30p $35‡

† Non-resident Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments
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DASPNCOERT&SECXLEARSCSIESSE OLYMPIC JUDO 5 YEARS+ TENNIS ACADEMY 3 – 17 YEARS

Kids, teens & adults learn to defeat an opponent using Beginning and Pee Wee classes focus on proper technique

endless options of throws, pins & submissions including through fun drills and games designed to advance hand-

chokes and arm bars. A focus on Olympic style fighting eye coordination. Intermediate class will improve technique,

while incorporating self defense; tournaments available. spin, placement, balance and movement through games and

Develop discipline, leadership, friendships and respect! †$6 drills. Intermediate class prepares students for high school

(No class 10/8, 11/12, 11/19, 11/21) tournaments and overall higher level of play. Students must

Instructor: Victor Ortiz, 3rd degree black belt bring a tennis racquet to class. †$6

Muñoz CC M/W 9/5 – 9/26 6:15p – 7:45p $40 johnnyallentennis.com Instructor: Johnny Allen Tennis Staff

PEE WEE TENNIS 3 – 5 YEARS

Muñoz CC M/W 10/1 – 10/29 6:15p – 7:45p $40 Westwind CC T/Th 9/18 – 10/11 4:45p – 5:30p $61

Muñoz CC M/W 11/5 – 11/28 6:15p – 7:45p $40 Westwind CC T/Th 10/16 – 11/8 4:45p – 5:30p $61

Muñoz CC M/W 12/3 – 12/19 6:15p – 7:45p $40 Westwind CC T/Th 11/13 – 12/6 4:45p – 5:30p $54

KENPO KARATE 7 YEARS+ (Adults encouraged) BEGINNING 6 – 11 YEARS

This introductory course is designed to acquaint the beginner Westwind CC T/Th 9/18 – 10/11 5:30p – 6:30p $71

student with the basics of Ten-Chi Kenpo and self-defense. Westwind CC T/Th 10/16 – 11/8 5:30p – 6:30p $71

Students will learn self-defense techniques, Japanese Westwind CC T/Th 11/13 – 12/6 5:30p – 6:30p $62

terminology, history and tradition. Balance, coordination,

self-discipline are emphasized. Third family member enrolled BEGINNING/INTERMEDIATE 7 – 17 YEARS

free. Instructor is bilingual. †$6 Westwind CC T/Th 9/18 – 10/11 6:30p – 8:30p $99

(No Class 11/22) Instructor: Jaime Godoy Westwind CC T/Th 10/16 – 11/8 6:30p – 8:30p $99

BEGINNING: INTRODUCTION TO TEN-CHI KENPO Westwind CC T/Th 11/13 – 12/6 6:30p – 8:30p $89

De Anza CC T/Th 9/4 – 9/27 6:00p – 7:00p $44

De Anza CC T/Th 10/2 – 10/30 6:00p – 7:00p $44

De Anza CC T/Th 11/1 – 11/29 6:00p – 7:00p $44

WHITE/YELLOW BELTS
Continuation class of beginning karate. (Instructor Approval Required)

De Anza CC T/Th 9/4 – 9/27 6:00p – 7:00p $44

De Anza CC T/Th 10/2 – 10/30 6:00p – 7:00p $44

De Anza CC T/Th 11/1 – 11/29 6:00p – 7:00p $44

GREEN/BROWN & BLACK BELTS The City of Ontario is offering certified:
Continuation class of karate. (Instructor Approval Required) Heartsaver
CPR
De Anza CC T/Th 9/4 – 9/27 7:00p – 8:00p $44 First Aid
AED
De Anza CC T/Th 10/2 – 10/30 7:00p – 8:00p $44
For more information visit
De Anza CC T/Th 11/1 – 11/29 7:00p – 8:00p $44
www.ontarioca.gov/cpr
NEW TUMBLING FOR YOUTH & TEENS 7 – 17 YEARS or call (909) 395-2533

Students will learn tumbling skills such as rolls, cartwheels, Clases en Español disponible bajo petición.
Favor de llamar al (909) 395-2533
bridges, handstands and much more. Stretching techniques will

also be taught to enhance strength and performing skills. †$6

(No class 11/22)

Instructor is bilingual. Instructor: Paola Bonilla

Westwind CC Thur 9/6 – 9/27 3:30p – 4:30p $35

Westwind CC Thur 10/4 – 10/25 3:30p – 4:30p $35

Westwind CC Thur 11/1 – 11/29 3:30p – 4:30p $35

† Non-resident Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments

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WORLD ELITE GYMNASTICS 1 – 16 YEARS NEW ALL STARS – GIRLS 6 – 10 YEARS SDPAONRCTES&CLEAXSESRECSISE

World Elite Gymnastics offers lessons for all ages in a fun and Gymnasts will learn basic flexibility, strength and gymnastics

safe environment. All students should wear comfortable, play- skills in a fun and energetic way. Gymnasts will use all

type clothing and socks. Students should not wear jewelry and apparatus (vault, bars, balance beam, floor etc.) as well as

have long hair pulled back in a ponytail. A parent or legal trampolines.

guardian must sign a waiver prior to the start of the first class. †$6 WE Gymnastics Fri 9/7 – 9/28 5:00p – 6:00p $88

Instructor: World Elite Gymnastics WE Gymnastics Fri 10/5 – 10/26 5:00p – 6:00p $88

YOU AND I 1 1/2 – 3 YEARS WE Gymnastics Fri 11/2 – 11/30 5:00p – 6:00p $88

Children will enjoy using smaller versions of gymnastics

equipment such as beams, bars and mats. Students improve GYM STARS – BOYS 6 – 17 YEARS

motor and social skills and gain a love for being active. Moms This class is for students who have progressed from the Mini

and Dads spend time with their child and other parents. Elites class. Gymnasts will learn basic flexibility, strength and

WE Gymnastics Mon 9/10 – 10/1 10:30a – 11:15a $77 gymnastics skills in a fun and energetic way. Gymnasts will

WE Gymnastics Mon 10/8 – 10/29 10:30a – 11:15a $77 use all apparatus (vault, bars, balance beam, floor, etc.) as

WE Gymnastics Mon 11/5 – 11/26 10:30a – 11:15a $77 well as trampolines.

WE Gymnastics Wed 9/5 – 9/26 4:00p – 5:00p $88

MINI ELITES 4 – 5 YEARS WE Gymnastics Wed 10/3 – 10/24 4:00p – 5:00p $88

Class for preschoolers includes age-appropriate lessons using WE Gymnastics Wed 11/7 – 11/28 4:00p – 5:00p $88

low beams, bars and mats and trampolines. Students develop

motor skills, strength, flexibility and coordination and gain TRAMPOLINE & TUMBLING STARS 8 – 16 YEARS

confidence while learning gymnastics skills. This class is for children who love to bounce and tumble.

WE Gymnastics Mon 9/10 – 10/1 11:15a – 12:15p $88 Beginner skills such as safe landings, shape jumps, rolls,

WE Gymnastics Mon 10/8 – 10/29 11:15a – 12:15p $88 cartwheels and handstands are taught.

WE Gymnastics Mon 11/5 – 11/26 11:15a – 12:15p $88 WE Gymnastics Thur 9/6 – 9/27 4:00p – 5:00p $88

GYM STARS – GIRLS 6 – 10 YEARS WE Gymnastics Thur 10/4 – 10/25 4:00p – 5:00p $88

This class is for students who have progressed from the Mini WE Gymnastics Thur 11/1 – 11/29 4:00p – 5:00p $88

Elites class. Gymnasts will learn basic flexibility, strength and URBAN ACRO TRICKERS 8 – 17 YEARS

gymnastics skills in a fun and energetic way. Gymnasts will Urban Acro is the ninja-like method of moving around

use all apparatus (vault, bars, balance beam, floor etc.) as obstacles with grace and speed, vaulting over fences and

well as trampolines. other barricades and jumping from object to object. The basics

WE Gymnastics Fri 9/7 – 9/28 5:00p – 6:00p $88 are running, jumping up (and down) and jumping over objects.

WE Gymnastics Fri 10/5 – 10/26 5:00p – 6:00p $88 Learn the basics in order to be safe and to learn more cool

tricks. Participants will use blocks, mats and trampolines.

WE Gymnastics Fri 11/2 – 11/30 5:00p – 6:00p $88 WE Gymnastics Tue 9/4 – 9/25 5:00p – 6:00p $88

WE Gymnastics Tue 10/2 – 10/23 5:00p – 6:00p $88

WE Gymnastics Tue 11/6 – 11/27 5:00p – 6:00p $88

† Non-resident Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments
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DANYCOEUT&HEXSEPROCIRTSSE LOCATIONS: CC is Community Center. ONTARIO SOCCER PARK
De Anza CC • 1405 S. Fern Avenue • (909) 395-2030
Westwind CC • 2455 E. Riverside Drive • (909) 395-2506 SOCCER KICKS 3 – 5 YEARS

This positive six week program introduces young children to

YOUTH COED BASKETBALL 5 – 14 YEARS teamwork and sportsmanship. Basic age appropriate drills

Join the excitement of playing NON-COMPETITIVE basketball are taught. All participants receive a T-shirt and trophy.

this winter. Learn the fundamentals, sportsmanship, and basic Children should wear comfortable clothing and tennis type

skills of this sport while making new friends. All children play shoes. No cleats, shin guards are optional. Space is limited

every game. Fee includes a jersey and participation award. in each age division. Practices are held on Saturdays.

Non-residents add $3. Online Registration begins on Monday,

REGISTRATION INFORMATION July 30 at 5:00a. Register online at no additional cost at
Registration is accepted Monday, September 17 through
Friday, October 19 OR until space is filled at the Armstrong www.ontarioca.gov/registration. Walk-in registration begins
Community Center, 1265 S. Palmetto Avenue. All individuals
registering for any Ontario Youth Sports program must provide on Monday, July 30 beginning at 8:00a. Registration will be
written verification of date of birth prior to the season start date.
Registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Sign up early as taken at Armstrong Community Center or De Anza Community &
space is limited. Scholarships may be available for qualified
applicants. Online registration will be accepted beginning Teen Center. For more information please call (909) 395-2020.
September 17 at 5:00a. NO REFUNDS WILL BE OFFERED
FOR THIS PROGRAM. Instructor: Staff

3 YEARS

Sat 9/8 – 10/13 9:30a – 10:30a $30

4 YEARS

Sat 9/8 – 10/13 9:30a – 10:30a $30

DIVISION I (MINI) 5 – 7 YEARS 5 YEARS
Armstrong CC $30
M – F, 9/17 – 10/19 Sat 9/8 – 10/13 9:30a – 10:30a $30
DIVISION II M – F, 9/17 – 10/19 8 – 9 YEARS
Armstrong CC M – F, 9/17 – 10/19 $30 The City of Ontario Recreation
M – F, 9/17 – 10/19 & Community Services Department
DIVISION III 10 – 11 YEARS
Armstrong CC $30 would like to

DIVISION IV 12 – 14 YEARS THANK ALL OF
Armstrong CC $30 OUR VOLUNTEERS

† Non–residents add $3. Deduct $2 from total fee for each additional
child registered in family.

SEASON TIME LINE for your exceptional efforts, generosity,
*Skills Assessment is mandatory for ALL players in ALL divisions. patience, and time in helping make our sports

SKILLS ASSESSMENT ALL AGES programs awesome season after season!

Westwind CC Sat 11/3 9:00a – 2:00p

COACHES MEETING Ramsey Barbosa Jay Lindeman
**Coaches Meeting is mandatory for all coaches. Christopher Brady Crystal Mathews
Terence McNeal
Armstrong CC Thur 11/15 6:00p Luis Bustillos Christopher Quast
Glen Collins
PRACTICE BEGINS WEEK OF 12/3 AT PARTICIPATING CENTERS Judy Garcia Cris Rosales
OPENING DAY IS 1/5/19 AT WESTWIND CC Manuel Gaytan Josue Ruiz
Jonathan Harlow Steve Ruiz
VOLUNTEER COACHES NEEDED TO HELP SUPPORT YOUTH Jeff Hartmann Edgar Sanchez

SPORTS PROGRAMS! ‡ Additional Fee/Comments
Volunteer coaches are needed to help support our Youth Sports
Programs. No experience is necessary. If you are interested,
please call the Ontario Recreation & Community Services
Department at (909) 395-2378.

† Non-resident Fee

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ADULT SPORTS PROGRAMS (909) 395-2378 DAADNULCTES&POEXRETRSCISE

All adult sports will pay an additional $5 per non-resident VOLUNTEER
player. All sports played at Westwind CC. COACHES
NEEDED!
Dates for the following Adult Sports
Discount Registration: Mon – Fri, 8/6 – 8/10 SIGN UP TODAY!
Registration Dates: Mon – Fri, 8/13 – 8/31
HELP SUPPORT
League play begins week of 9/9 YOUTH SPORTS

League Fees PROGRAMS.
‡ Discount fees only valid during above mentioned dates.
‡‡ Per game/ paid at field No experience is necessary.

SOCCER: MEN'S, WOMEN'S & COED (909) 395-2378
League Nights:
Wed Nights – Women's
Fri Nights – Men’s
Sun – Coed

Discount Week‡ Registration Week Forfeit Bond Official Fee

$275 $300 $52 $13‡‡

KICKBALL: COED
Sun Mornings - Afternoons - Coed

Discount Week‡ Registration Week Forfeit Bond Official Fee

$175 $200 $48 $12‡‡

BASKETBALL: MEN’S, WOMEN’S & COED
Tue Night, Thur Night, Sun Mornings and Afternoons

Discount Week Registration Week Forfeit Bond Official Fee

$210 $235 $100 $25‡‡

VOLLEYBALL: COED & WOMEN'S
League Nights:
Wed Nights – Coed
Fri Nights – Women’s

League Fees
‡ Discount fees only valid during above mentioned dates.
‡‡ Per match/ paid at match

Discount Week‡ Registration Week Forfeit Bond Official Fee

$175 $200 $48 $12‡‡

† Non-resident Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments
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ADDAAPTNICVEE&PTIRENXOYEGRTRCIOATSEMS Fun-Filled Activities and Events for People Age 3 Years and RECREATION
Older with Developmental Challenges. SCHOLARSHIP
Activities are for individuals who are self-sufficient and able
to function in a group environment without causing harm to PROGRAM
themselves or others, or disrupting the group. Pre-registration AVAILABLE!
and pre-payment at least 48 hours in advance at the Armstrong
Community Center, De Anza Community & Teen Center or Youth Empowerment
Ontario Senior Center or on-line are required. Timely requests Scholarships (Y.E.S.)!
for credit to account will be considered. The Code of Conduct
is strictly enforced for all activities and programs offered Apply now to use funds for our Autumn
through the Recreation & Community Services Department. programs! For more information on the
For more information, please call the Armstrong Community program or how you can donate to the
Center at (909) 395-2020 or the Ontario Senior Center at
(909) 395-2021. fund, please call

ADVENTURE DAY 3 YEARS+ (909) 395-2020

Come EXPLORE Southern California each month with us. Drop APPLY
TODAY!
off and pick up at Ontario Senior Center unless otherwise noted

at registration. †$6

Cost is per meeting

DEPART DAYS & DATES FEE

Senior Ctr Sun 10/21 – Rainforest Café $25

Senior Ctr Sun 11/18 – Christmas Lights/ $25
Meal

SOCIAL CLUB 3 YEARS+

Three animated hours of arts/crafts, music, sports and group

interaction. †$1 Cost is per meeting.

(No Club on 9/22, 11/24, 12/1, 12/8)

Senior Ctr Sat 9/8 – 12/15 9:00a – 12:00p $4.50

NIGHT OUT 3 YEARS+

A true adventure in culinary delights. Join us one night a month

as we dine out. †$2 Cost is per night

Various Wed 9/19, 10/17, 6:30p – 8:00p $8
11/21

Various Thur 12/13 6:30p – 8:00p $8

FUN FLICKS 3 YEARS+

Cinema club featuring both new and old, live-action and

animated movies. †$1.50 Cost is per event

(No Flicks on 11/24, 12/22)

Senior Ctr Sat 9/29, 10/27 12:00p – 2:00p $5.50

GET YOUR GROOVE ON 3 YEARS+

Learn line dances, Tai Chi and Wii Fit. †$1 Cost is per week

(No Groove 12/8)

Senior Ctr Sat 9/8, 12:00p – 2:00p $4

10/13, 11/10

† Non-resident fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments

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FREE ADMISSION 07/19/18 – 10/28/18 10/18/18 – 11/24/18
Pigs to Pig Iron Art in Metal
nOON - 4 pM • Thur - Sun Line Gallery Patrick Jones
(909) 463-3733 07/26/18 – 09/08/18 Spotlight Gallery
Seen and Unseen 11/01/18 – 01/27/19
217 S. Lemon AveNUE Main Gallery Over the Years
Ontario, CALIFORNIA 08/09/18 – 09/29/18 Line Gallery
Three Chicks 11/08/18 – 01/12/19
18/19 Martha Cowan, Chick Imagine!
Curtis and Cindy Lopez Annual Members’ Exhibit
EXHIBITS! South Gallery Main Gallery
08/30/18 – 10/13/18 11/23/18 –01/12/19
www.chaffeymuseum.org Mission Statement AIR Sale (Artist Inventory
Kelly Bracamontes Reduction Sale)
Spotlight Gallery 11/29/18 – 01/19/19
09/13/18 – 11/03/18 Beneath and Beyond
25 Years & Counting Angela Koenig
ArtBox Studio Spotlight Gallery
10/04/18 – 12/01/18
A Tribute to Watercolor
West’s 50th
South Gallery

Landscape

design

Workshop

September 22, 2018
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Join us for a free design workshop

Chino Basin Water Conservation District

4594 San Bernardino Street • Montclair, CA 91763

DROUGHT TOLERANT PLANTS
WILL BE RAFFLED OFF!

Register at (909) 395-2614 or [email protected]
Limited Seating Capacity

Presented By Ontario’s Mayor and City Council

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CAODMDAAMPTNUICVNEIET&PTYIRECNXOEYEGNRTTRCEIOATRSEMS DOROTHY A. QUESADA
COMMUNITY CENTER

1010 S. Bon View Avenue Ontario, CA 91761

(909) 395-2300

Adults: 8:00a – 8:00p Mon–Fri
Youth & Teens: 2:00p – 8:00p Mon–Fri

The Dorothy A. Quesada Community Center offers a host of KANVAS KIDS 7 – 17 YEARS
free, low-cost programs, and activities for the entire family
to enjoy. All participants must have an emergency card on Express your artistic talents and showcase your work by making
file. Please call the center for programming information and
volunteer opportunities. The Code of Conduct is strictly enforced creative art projects and crafts for your family and friends. Display
for all activities and programs within the center.
your work on the “Artwalk” for the community to see and enjoy.

Fri On-going 5:00p – 6:00p FREE

SPECIAL EVENTS WIZ KIDZ HOMEWORK CENTER 7 – 17 YEARS

Students receive assistance with their homework assignments

LA COUNTY FAIR 12 – 17 YEARS while developing and improving their scholastic skills.

Join us for a day of adventure as we explore all the fun that the M/W/Th On-going 3:00p – 6:00p FREE

Fair has to offer! Price includes admission only. Deadline to return Tue On-going 2:00p – 5:00p FREE

waiver is Tuesday, September 4. Space is limited!

Fri 9/14 4:00p – 11:00p $5 TEAM RHYTHM 7 – 14 YEARS

Children interested in dance will learn basic dance techniques

PUMPKIN PATCH AND CORN MAZE 7 – 17 YEARS and routines that will be performed at center special events and the

Enjoy a fall morning at the Cal Poly pumpkin patch! Visit the annual DAQ Dance Recital. Spaces are limited to 15 participants

corn maze with friends to find that special pumpkin. Deadline per class. Please call (909) 395-2300 for more information.

to return waiver is Tuesday, October 9. Level M/W On-going 5:00p – 6:00p FREE
1
Sat 10/13 10:00a – 3:00p $5

HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL ALL AGES Level M/W On-going 6:00p – 7:00p FREE
2
Have a ghostly time with us at our annual Halloween Carnival.

Event includes games, team pumpkin decorating, snacks and a TEEN LOUNGE 12 – 17 YEARS

costume contest. Come spend time with your friends in our teen lounge. Enjoy

Thur 10/25 4:30p – 6:30p FREE movies, video games or just relax on our oversized bean bag

chairs! Open for use when a staff member is present.

MOVIE TRIP: RALPH BREAKS 7 – 17 YEARS Mon – Fri On-going 3:00p – 8:00p FREE

THE INTERNET, A DISNEY ANIMATED FILM

Join us for a trip to our local movie theater. Space is limited! G.I.R.L.S CLUB 12 – 18 YEARS

Deadline to return waiver is Tuesday, November 20. (GENERATING INDEPENDENT, RESPONSIBLE LEADERS

Fri 11/30 4:00p – 9:00p $5 THROUGH SELF-CONFIDENCE)

Join our group of committed young women who will mentor and

YOUTH AND TEEN ACTIVITIES engage young girls in our community by providing a platform to
Dates and times of classes are subject to change. Please call
the center for scheduling information. discuss current topics. Learn how to overcome challenges, and

exchange ideas that will engage and empower you to become the

GARDENING CLUB 7 – 17 YEARS best that you can be! Each month a new topic will be discussed.

Learn how to start and take care, of a vegetable garden! Plant, Thur 2nd & 4th 6:30p – 8:00p FREE

cultivate and grow veggies in our community garden plot. All Thur ea./mo.

materials are provided. TEEN ACTION COMMITTEE (TAC) 12 – 18 YEARS

W/ F On-going 4:00p – 5:00p FREE Become part of the largest Community Committed

YOUNG CHEFS 7 – 17 YEARS teen organization in the City. TAC addresses

Learn how to make healthy meals and snacks using wholesome, community issues in a leadership role. Volunteer in a

healthy ingredients! Who says eating well can’t taste great? meaningful way that helps to improve the community

Sign up early, space is limited! and develop strong ties with other teens through

Thur On-going 4:00p – 5:00p FREE networking opportunities such as field trips, special

MAD SCIENTISTS 7 – 17 YEARS events and monthly meetings. For more information

Do you have a love for science or just want to see how things call (909) 395-2300

work? Join our Science Club and open your mind to a whole Wed 1st & 3rd 5:30p – 6:30p FREE
Wed ea./mo.
new world.

Tue On-going 5:00p – 6:00p FREE

† Non-resident Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments

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HEALTH & FITNESS PROGRAMS HEAL ZONE DTCAIOADNANMYPCMTTEOIUV&TNESEIPTXRYEORCCGEINRSATEEMRS
Dates and times of classes are subject to change.
COMMUNITY FORUM
FITNESS ROOM HOURS 14 YEARS+
At Dorothy A. Quesada Community Center
Quality free-weight, universal and cardiovascular equipment.
Join local residents at our Community Forum
Mon – Fri On-going 8:00a – 8:00p FREE gathering where new topics of interest are
discussed each month. A great opportunity
WALKING CLUB 7 YEARS+ to become involved in your neighborhood
while gaining valuable information on health,
Enjoy our new outdoor fitness trail and join our community as safety, education, and wellness.

we walk around the park and neighborhood to stay in shape. Fourth Tuesday of each month
AM AM
Participants have the opportunity to go on bi-monthly weekend
HUERTA DEL VALLE
hiking trips to popular destinations. COMMUNITY GARDEN
& URBAN FARM
Tue On-going 4:00p – 5:00p FREE
Affordable chemical-free produce picked daily!
FUN & FIT BOOTCAMP 14 YEARS+ Community garden plots available
Gardening consultation & design
Get the body you have always wanted with this high energy for home gardens
Garden tours & community
fitness class. Space is limited to the first 20 participants. service opportunities
Sign up today for weekly produce
W/Th On-going 6:15p – 7:15p FREE boxes of fruit, vegetable and herbs.
MONDAY SATURDAY
GET ACTIVE! 7 – 14 YEARS AM PM & PM PM

Join us every Monday to participate in a various sports, games FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT
HUERTA DEL VALLE COMMUNITY GARDEN
and healthy activities. Basketball, flag football, soccer, obstacle
AT INFO HUERTADELVALLE ORG
courses and more!

Mon On-going 4:00p – 5:00p FREE

WOMEN’S FITNESS HOUR 18 YEARS+

Join us for a women’s only fitness hour in our gym.

T/Th On-going 7:00p – 8:00p FREE

ZUMBA CLASSES 14 YEARS+

Come join the fun in this high-energy fitness class! Space is

limited to the first 20 participants for the EVENING class only!

Mon On-going 8:30a – 9:30a FREE
Mon On-going 7:00p – 8:00p FREE
Tue – Fri On-going 8:00a – 9:00a FREE

CROSS BODY 14 YEARS+

Constant varied workout routines that will keep you active and

in shape. Focus is on toning and strength. Space is limited to

first 20 participants. Arrive early to guarantee a spot!

Tue On-going 6:15p – 7:00p FREE

† Non-resident Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments
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CAODMDAAMPTNUICVNEIET&PTYIRECNXOEYEGNRTTRCEIOATRSEMS ANTHONY MUÑOZ

COMMUNITY CENTER
1240 W. Fourth Street Ontario, CA 91762
(909) 395-2622
Adult & Seniors: 8:00a – 2:00p Mon – Fri
Youth: 2:00p – 6:00p Mon – Thur
2:00p – 8:00p Fri

The Anthony Muñoz Community Center offers a host of free, SCIENCE CLUB
low-cost programs and activities for the entire family to enjoy. We make science interesting, fun and educational for school
All participants must have an emergency card on file. Please age children with a hands-on approach.
call the center for programming information and volunteer
opportunities. The Code of Conduct is strictly enforced for all Wed On-going 4:00p – 5:00p FREE
activities and programs within the center.
MONTHLY BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION
YOUTH PROGRAMS 7 – 17 YEARS Come and celebrate your birthday with your community
center friends.
INDOOR/OUTDOOR SPORTS
Thur 4th Thur 4:00p – 5:00p FREE
Enjoy soccer, dodgeball, hockey, softball, baseball and
ea./mo.
handball while learning basic skills. Equipment provided.

Mon – Fri On-going 3:00p – 5:00p FREE SPORTS CLUB
Come and learn a new game or create a league and start playing
HOMEWORK HELPERS championship style tournaments. Participants will learn the rules and
Staff assists youth in the following subjects: reading, math and fundamentals of the games, while making friends and having fun.
science. Qualified volunteers are welcome to help.
Fri On-going 3:30p – 4:30p FREE
Mon – Fri On-going 3:00p – 4:00p FREE

DRAMA CLUB GLAMOUR DAY
Build up your self-confidence and have fun learning the Become a princess for a day and get pampered by having your
techniques of singing, dancing and acting while using your nails, makeup and hair done.
imagination to create.
Fri 1st Fri 4:00p – 5:00p FREE

ea./mo.

Mon On-going 3:30p – 5:30p FREE ZUMBA CLASSES

This dance-fitness class will get you moving and in shape.

DO-IT-YOURSELF CLASS Wed & Fri On-going 10:00a – 11:00a FREE
Learn Do-It-Yourself crafts with items you have at home.
Tue & Thur On-going 6:00p – 7:00p FREE
Mon On-going 4:00p – 5:00p FREE

WALKING CLUB SPECIAL EVENTS
Join your friends on a healthy walk through the park and
walking trips to Sycamore Park, Claremont Wilderness Trail BACK TO SCHOOL PARTY ALL AGES
Head and other local walking trails.
Celebrate your return to school with a Back to School Barbeque.

Thur 8/16 4:00p FREE

Tue On-going 2:30p – 3:30p FREE LABOR DAY OLYMPICS AGES 7 – 14

PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB Enjoy the end of summer with water-games, slip-n-slide and cold
Express yourself through pictures! Create a scrapbook of
pictures in your community to share with family & friends. watermelon at this summer celebration.

Thur 9/6 4:00p FREE

Tue On-going 3:30p – 5:30p FREE HALLOWEEN FAMILY CARNIVAL
“Spooktacular” Fun Halloween games and activities for the
WII SPORTS entire family.
Have fun while exercising your body and mind with Wii Sports,
Mario Party, Super Smash Bros., Just Dance 2, by participating Fri 10/26 5:30p – 7:30p FREE
in free play or tournaments style events. Come and join us!

Tue On-going 3:30p – 5:00p FREE THANKSGIVING DINNER PARTY ALL AGES

Celebrate Thanksgiving with a neighborhood potluck. Turkey and

COOKING CLUB drinks will be provided. Sign up to bring a side dish.
Learn to cook a variety of healthy alternative foods, as well
as proper food preparation techniques and portion amount. Thur 11/15 6:00p FREE

Wed On-going 3:30p – 4:30p FREE

† Non-resident Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments

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YOUTH CLUBS 12 – 18 YEARS DTCAIOADNANMYPCMTTEOIUV&TNESEIPTXRYEORCCGEINRSATEEMRS

CLASSES & ACTIVITIES CofoOmnmtaurnioity Services

TEEN ACTION COMMITTEE (TAC) City
Become a part of the largest community Recreation &

committed teen organization in the City. TAC

addresses community issues in a leadership

role, volunteer in a meaningful way that helps to

improve the community and develop strong ties

with other teens through networking opportunities such as field

trips, special events and monthly meetings.

DINNER & MOVIE NIGHT
Friends and families enjoy quality time together with a spaghetti
dinner and a movie with free popcorn and candy.

Alternating Fri On-going 6:00p – 8:00p FREE

SENIOR CLUB 50 YEARS+

Anthony Muñoz Community Center welcomes seniors for dances,

potlucks and Tai Chi exercise. We welcome new participants.

TAI CHI
Join this wonderful gentle exercise class that improves and
maintains health.

Mon On-going 10:00a – 11:00a FREE

BALLROOM DANCING
Put your dancing shoes on and glide around the dance floor
to live music!

Tue On-going 1:00p – 3:30p $3 Where teens can volunteer, participate in
enriching activities and strive to be a
GGEETT IINNVVOOLLVVEEDD IINN positive asset to their community.
NNEEIIGGHHBBOORRHHOOOODD WWAATTCCHH Become a part of the largest community committed
teen organization in the City. TAC addresses
• Be observant
• Get to know your neighbors community issues in a leadership role, volunteer in a
• Report any suspicious activity meaningful way that helps to improve the community
• Learn crime prevention tips
and develop strong ties with other teens through
networking opportunities such as field trips, special

events and monthly meetings.

Contact your local community center
to become a member:

Anthony Muñoz De Anza Community
Community Center & Teen Center
1240 W. Fourth Street
1405 S. Fern Avenue
(909) 395-2622
(909) 395-2030

For more details or to schedule a Neighborhood Watch meeting contact: Dorothy A. Quesada Westwind
Ontario Police Department Crime Prevention Unit Community Center Community Center
1010 S. Bon View Avenue 2455 E. Riverside Drive
(909) 395-2939 | [email protected]
(909) 395-2300 (909) 395-2506
† Non-resident Fee
‡ Additional Fee/Comments

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CAODMDAAMPTNUICVNEIET&PTYIRECNXOEYEGNRTTRCEIOATRSEMS DE ANZA COMMUNITY & TEEN CENTER
1405 S. Fern Avenue Ontario, CA 91762
(909) 395-2030
Adult & Seniors: 8:00a – 2:00p Mon – Fri
Youth:2:00p – 6:00p Mon – Fri

12:00p – 4:00p Sat

CLASSES, CLUBS, CRAFTS, COMPUTERS, FITNESS, YOGA 12 YEARS+
SPORTS, SPECIAL EVENTS AND MORE! Mon
The De Anza Community & Teen Center offers many activities On-going 6:30p – 7:30p FREE

for tots, youth, teens, adults, seniors & families. Please call DE ANZA BOOT CAMP 12 YEARS+

the center for more information. All participants must have an Wed On-going 6:30p – 7:30p FREE

emergency card on file. Please call the center for programming ZUMBA 12 YEARS+
Thur
information and volunteer opportunities. The Code of Conduct is On-going 6:30p – 7:30p FREE

strictly enforced for all activities and programs within the center.

*Times and days are subject to change without notice due to gym OPERATION FITNESS 7 – 12 YEARS
& fitness room availability, center hours and programs.
Healthy indoor & outdoor activities including obstacle courses.

DE ANZA TEEN PROGRAMS Thur On-going 4:00p – 5:00p FREE
Check out all the great programs that are being offered on the
WALKING CLUB/OUTDOOR MACHINES
ONTARIO TEEN SCENE page. See pages 38 – 39. A club for the whole family with planned special hikes.

ADULT & SENIOR PROGRAMS Fri On-going 4:00p – 5:00p FREE
AMIGOS DE ONTARIO - FRIENDS OF ONTARIO 50 YEARS+
Come and meet new friends. Activities include potlucks and trips. SPECIAL EVENTS
BACK TO SCHOOL 5TH & 6TH GRADE DANCE
Thur 9/6, 10/4, 11:30a – 1:00p FREE
DJ, Dancing and Fun! Refreshments included in cost.

11/1, 12/6 Fri 9/28 6:00p – 8:00p $4

SAN MANUEL CASINO 50 YEARS+ HALLOWEEN FAMILY FUN ALL AGES

Lunch not included. Registration deadline 9/10. †$2.50 A family event with carnival booth games, costume contest,

Wed 9/12 9:00a – 5:00p $12 music, coloring table and prizes.

OAK GLEN TRIP 50 YEARS+ Thur 10/25 5:30p – 7:30p FREE

Lunch not included. Registration deadline 10/15. †$2.50

Wed 10/17 9:00a – 5:00p $12 THANKSGIVING PARTY 7 – 12 YEARS

MORONGO CASINO 50 YEARS+ Enjoy for indoor/outdoor games and crafts. Healthy snack

Lunch not included. Registration deadline 11/13. †$2.50 provided.

Wed 11/14 9:00a – 5:00p $12 Tue 11/6 4:00p FREE

INLAND EMPIRE LATINO LAWYERS ASSOCIATION (IELLA) HOLIDAY PARTY 7 – 12 YEARS
Advice and document preparation is available. No appointment
necessary. (951) 369-3009 (Ayuda legal gratis.) Join us for games, crafts and a special visit from Santa.

Tue 12/18 4:00p – 5:30p FREE

2nd Thur 9/13,10/11, 1:00p FREE YOUTH PROGRAMS 7 – 12 YEARS
ea./mo. 11/8, 12/13 GAME ROOM

FITNESS PROGRAMS Mon – Fri On-going 2:00p – 6:00p FREE
*ADULT OPEN GYM (ID may be required)
18 YEARS+ Sat On-going 12:00p – 4:00p FREE

Mon – Fri On-going 9:00a – 2:00p $2 DAILY CRAFTS
Mon – Fri
Mon – Thur On-going 6:00p – 8:00p $2 On-going 4:00p FREE

*FITNESS ROOM 18 YEARS+ COMPUTER ROOM
Open for homework and school projects only.
Mon – Fri On-going 8:00a – 8:00p FREE

Sat On-going 12:00p – 4:00p FREE Mon – Fri On-going 3:00p – 5:00p FREE

LITE MOVES/ZUMBA 18 YEARS+ SCIENCE CLUB
Explore various science technologies with educational and
Mon – Fri On-going 8:00a – 9:00a FREE fun activities.

*YOUTH OPEN GYM

Mon – Fri On-going 2:00p – 6:00p FREE Wed On-going 4:00p FREE
FREE
Sat On-going 12:00p – 4:00p
† Non-resident Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments

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VETERANS MEMORIAL DTCAIOADNANMYPCMTTEOIUV&TNESEIPTXRYEORCCGEINRSATEEMRS
COMMUNITY CENTER
1257 E. D Street Ontario, CA 91764
(909) 986-5847
2:30p – 5:30p Mon – Fri

RESIDENTS 55 YEARS+

For more information please call the Ontario-Montclair YMCA SILVER S.T.A.R.S.
at (909) 986-5847. Or visit their website at www.WEymca. SENIOR TRANSPORTATION
org The YMCA offers various programs for youth, adults and
seniors. Financial Aid is available for all programs. & RECREATION SHUTTLE

Fees for all classes are accepted only at the Veterans Memorial CITY OF ONTARIO AND YMCA
Community Center. PRESENT SENIOR TRANSPORTATION
(No programs 9/3, 10/8, 11/12, 11/22, 11/23) CITY OFFOORNOTNARTAIORIAONRDESYIMDCENATPSRESENT

YOUTH PROGRAMS SDErNPoipcIO-kOo-ufRfNpaTTatRAtthaARenNIyOOSOnPnRtatOEariroSRioISTDReAEenTsiNoIiOdrTeCSNnecnFet.eOr.R
Pick-up at any Ontario Residence.
AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAM 5 – 14 YEARS Drop-oAflflapticthke-uOp/ndtraorpio-oSfef ntiimoreCs enter.

The After School Program offers a free snack program, arts & are pre-scheduled
All pick-MuMpoo/ndnr--oFFprr-iio88ff::33t00imAAeMMs a--r4e4::p330r0ePP-sMMcheduled
crafts, cooking classes, group activities, walking trail groups, MtdMaidsokiotsenantr,aner,WenWsccseiedieedsdeds),enF,)mtnFrmstriu,iust,1sos01tttoD0:cc0rADa.a0lAMlrll.ApiiAnn-pMpo4aa-ipdPdn4ovtMv:mai0annens0tcnhcmePetuseMtftofn(lolsertimhrspwuiip(ctitleliiktlcmdl-tkeuai-twpkuee.pidll.

recreational sports, movie days and much more. For more info & for pick-up
please contact the YMCA
Mon – Fri On-going 2:30p – 5:00p FREE and leave a message at

TAE KWON DO – BEGINNING YOUTH 5 – 14 YEARS (909) 988-1864
(WHITE TO YELLOW BELTS)
‡ Additional Fee/Comments
‡ Uniform is available for purchase from instructor.

T/Th On-going 5:30p – 6:30p $35‡/month

TAE KWON DO – ADVANCED YOUTH 5 – 14 YEARS
(BLUE TO BLACK BELTS)

‡ Uniform is available for purchase from instructor.

T/Th On-going 6:30p – 7:30p $35‡/month

HIP HOP DANCE CLASS 5 – 12 YEARS

Students learn the basic techniques and movements necessary

to develop good dance habits, skills and performance styles.

Mon On-going 5:30p – 6:30p $35/month

ZUMBA 18 YEARS+
Get you moving and in shape.

YOUTH ZUMBA

Mon On-going 4:00p – 4:45p FREE

BASIC ZUMBA

Wed On-going 5:30p – 6:30p FREE

Thur On-going 9:00a – 10:00a FREE

ADVANCED ZUMBA

Sat On-going 10:00a – 11:00a FREE

OTHER YMCA PROGRAMS AVAILABLE:
KINDER ART YOUTH 2 – 5 YEARS
BITTY SPORTS YOUTH 2 – 5 YEARS
ADULT FITNESS CLASSES AGES 18+
CALL (909) 986-5847 FOR CURRENT DAY/TIMES

† Non-resident Fee

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CAODMDAAMPTNUICVNEIET&PTYIRECNXOEYEGNRTTRCEIOATRSEMS WESTWIND COMMUNITY CENTER
2455 E. Riverside Drive Ontario, CA 91761
(909) 395-2506
Adult & Seniors: 9:00a – 6:00p Mon – Fri
9:00a – 3:00p Sat
Youth/Teens: 2:00p – 6:00p Mon – Fri
9:00a – 3:00p Sat

ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST HAVE AN EMERGENCY TEEN PROGRAMS 12 – 17 YEARS
CARD ON FILE. NO YOUTH UNDER THE AGE OF 18
WILL BE PERMITTED. Become a part of the largest community committed

teen organization in the City. TAC addresses

community issues in a leadership role, volunteer

The Westwind Community Center offers a host of free and in a meaningful way that helps to improve the
low-cost programs and activities for the entire family to enjoy. All
participants must have an emergency card on file. Please call the community and develop strong ties with other teens
center for programming information and volunteer opportunities.
The Code of Conduct is strictly enforced for all activities and through networking opportunities such as field trips,
programs within the center.
special events and monthly meetings.

Thur 1st & 3rd Thur 5:30p FREE
ea./mo.
OPEN GYM
TEEN NIGHTS

ADULT BASKETBALL (ID required) 18 YEARS+ Enjoy a night out with your friends hanging in the IMPROVED

teen lounge! Teen Nights include appetizers and games that

Mon – Fri On-going 9:00a – 2:00p $2 are right up your alley! Come on out for a Friday night, you’ll

YOUTH BASKETBALL (ID required) 17 YEARS & UNDER be glad you did.

Mon – Fri On-going 2:00p – 5:00p FREE Fri On-Going 6:00p – 8:30p FREE

MONDAY NIGHT BASKETBALL TRAINING 9 YEARS+ FITNESS PROGRAMS

Improve your basketball skills with a FREE comprehensive GIRLS VOLLEYBALL“SCRIMMAGE”LEAGUE 9–14 YEARS
This exciting introductory league is designed for young girls to
training lead by Former Basketball Pro and WNBA coach, learn the basic fundamentals of the GAME of volleyball. This
FREE league will be instructed by female staff to provide these
Eric Cooper and his team. young athletes with the skills they will need to progress into
the sport of volleyball. Scrimmage games will be formatted
Mon On-going 7:00p – 8:00p FREE pending the number of participants in attendance and will be
designed to teach the rotations and skills incorporated in a
GAME ROOM game setting.
Enjoy FREE activities such as pool tables, table tennis, foosball,
air hockey, shuffleboard and board games.

ADULTS 18 YEARS+

Mon – Fri On-going 9:00a – 6:00p FREE Thur 9/6 – 12/13 5:45p – 6:45p FREE

YOUTH 17 YEARS & UNDER WW WALKING CREW ALL AGES

Mon – Fri On-going 2:00p – 6:00p FREE Training for the Ontario 5K Reindeer Run or simply want to join

friends for a stroll? Join our walking club! Cruise the Westwind

ALL AGES Walking Trail and earn incentives for regular participation.

Sat On-going 9:00a – 3:00p FREE Mon – Fri On-going At your leisure FREE

FITNESS ROOM 18 YEARS+ OUTDOOR FITNESS EQUIPMENT 15 YEARS+

Westwind’s Fitness Room includes free weights and cardio Looking to strengthen and tone while increasing your fitness

machines. level? The outdoor fitness equipment near the tennis courts

Mon – Fri On-going 10:00a – 7:00p FREE is what you need! Visit the staff in the community center for

a FREE demo. At your leisure, please use safety precautions

YOUTH CLUBS & ACTIVITIES when utilizing the equipment. Children should be supervised

CREATIVE CREATION CLUB 6 – 12 YEARS by an adult at all times.

Create a piece of art. Different “DIY” projects each class. Please Mon – Fri On-going At your leisure FREE

sign up one week prior. ZUMBA! ALL AGES

Wed On-going 4:30p – 5:30p FREE Join our quickly expanding Zumba Class. This is a new way to

YOUNG CHEF’S CLUB 6 – 12 YEARS dance yourself into shape. We are all beginners, give it a try!

Learn to create healthy meals in our NEW kitchen! Please sign Mon On-going 10:00a – 11:00a FREE

up one week prior. Mon On-going 6:00p – 7:00p FREE

Fri On-going 4:30p – 5:30p FREE Wed On-going 10:00a – 11:00a FREE

HOMEWORK HELPERS 6 – 17 YEARS SPECIAL EVENTS ALL AGES

Stumped with your child’s homework? Let Westwind staff help BACK – 2 – SCHOOL BUILD YOUR OWN PARFAIT PARTY
End your summer with a Build-Your-Own Parfait bar and enjoy
your child with their assignments. fun activities the entire hour. Pre-Registration Required.

Mon – Fri On-going 4:00p – 5:00p FREE

Fri 9/7 4:00p FREE

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HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL AND COSTUME CONTEST DTCAIOADNANMYPCMTTEOIUV&TNESEIPTXRYEORCCGEINRSATEEMRS
Carnival games and activities for the whole family. Costume
contest begins at 5:15p.

Fri 10/26 4:00p – 6:30p FREE

THANKSGIVING GATHERING ONTARIO
Join us for time of giving THANKS with Thanksgiving treats and GRAFFITI REMOVAL
a craft. Pre-Registration Required.
TASK FORCE
Fri 11/16 4:00p – 5:00p FREE
Ontario is committed to eradicating
WINTER WORKSHOP graffiti citywide. Graffiti removal is
Create an ornament, enjoy a healthy snack and enjoy a visit FREE and generally done 7 days a week
from a special guest! Pre-Registration Required. within 48 hours of being reported.

Thur 12/20 4:00p – 5:00p FREE Removal Hotline
(909) 395-2626
ACTIVE ADULTS 50 YEARS+
Graffiti In-progress Reporting
WW WALKING CLUB ALL AGES (909) 986-6711

Looking for a safe walking trail to take a morning stroll? Join

our walking club and earn incentives for regular participation.

Meets at the front counter inside the Community Center.

T/Th On-going 9:00a – 10:00a FREE

ZUMBA 50 YEARS+

Join our NEW Zumba Class geared for the active adult. This is a new

way to dance yourself into shape. We are all beginners, give it a try!

Fri On-going 9:00a – 10:00a FREE

SAVE THE DATES

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2018
Heroes Wear Helmets Golf Classic

GOOD MORNING ONTARIO
(1ST WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH)

September 5, 2018
October 3, 2018

November 7, 2018
December 5, 2018

3200 Inland Empire Blvd., Suite 130 Ontario, CA. 91764
T.909.984.2458 | W. ontario.org | E. [email protected]

† Non-resident Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments

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DANCE T&ETEIENXYESRTCCEIOTSNSE DE ANZA COMMUNITY
& TEEN CENTER
1405 S. Fern Avenue, Ontario CA 91762

(909) 395-2030

2:00p – 8:00p Mon – Fri
12:00p – 4:00p Sat

Where teens can participate in enriching activities and strive HEALTH, FITNESS & SPORTS FREE
to be a positive asset to the community! All participants must
have an emergency card on file. Please call the center for YOGA Instructor: Staff
programming information and volunteer opportunities. The
Code of Conduct is strictly enforced for all activities and Learn yoga and relaxation techniques in a comfortable
programs within the center.
environment.

Mon On-going 6:30p – 7:30p

TEEN PROGRAMS 12 – 18 YEARS DE ANZA BOOT CAMP
Get the body you've wanted with this high energy fitness class.
For more Teen Programming, please see all Community

Center pages. Wed On-going 6:30p – 7:30p

G.I.R.L.S CLUB (GENERATING INDEPENDENT, ZUMBA
Bring a friend and learn some dance steps, while staying
RESPONSIBLE LEADERS THROUGH SELF- in shape.

CONFIDENCE) Thur On-going 6:30p – 7:30p
Join G.I.R.L.S. a community of young women that empowers
teenage girls to develop into confident and independent individuals The following sports programs are subject to change.
in our society. Teens will learn a variety of skills through various
workshops such as; Financial Literacy, Health and Wellness,

College Preparation, Self– defense and much more!

Thur 2nd & 4th 6:30p – 8:00p FREE DODGEBALL
Cardio exercise while playing a game of elimination.
Thur ea./mo.

SPECIAL EVENTS FREE Mon On-going 5:00p

THEATRE TROOPS PERFORMANCE TOURNAMENT TUESDAYS
Come out to support Ontario’s talented performers. Enjoy Come participate in a new game tournament each week.
a night of entertainment and community at the De Anza
Community & Teen Center. Tue On-going 5:00p

Sa/Su 9/15 & 9/16 6:30p – 8:30p INDOOR SPORTS
Join a team and play in mini tournaments.

PUMPKIN CARVING PARTY Wed On-going 2:00p
Get in the festive Halloween spirit by carving interesting
pumpkin designs and patterns. Prizes will be given for the TEEN PROGRAMS – FOR FUN FREE
best pumpkin carving or design.
Instructor: Staff

Fri 10/12 6:00p – 8:00p ADVOCATES FOR HEALTHY LIFE

Want to raise awareness and improve the health of your

SPOOKTACULAR CELEBRATION community? Join the Teen Action Committee (TAC) and be the voice
Come join us in celebrating Halloween with games, music,
costume contest and more. COSTUMES are encouraged, but of change. Special projects will be discussed at TAC meetings.
not mandatory.
TEEN ACTION COMMITTEE
Fri 10/26 6:00p – 8:00p Become a part of the largest community committed
teen organization in the City. TAC addresses
TURKEY DAY PARTY community issues in a leadership role. Volunteer
Celebrate this “day of thanks” with new and old friends, in a meaningful way that helps to improve the
food, music and games. community, and develop strong ties with other
teens through networking opportunities such as field trips, special
Fri 11/16 6:00p – 8:00p events and monthly meetings.

THE ARTS FREE Wed 1st & 3rd Wed ea./mo. 6:00p – 7:00p
Instructor: Staff
ART CLUB
Painting, sculpting, drawing and more. FRIDAY NIGHT TEENS
Movies, karaoke, food, games, trips, PlayStation & more!
Mon On-going 5:00p – 6:00p

THEATRE TROOPS Fri On-going 6:00p – 7:30p
Act, sing, dance and perform in our next production.
(Rehearsals will vary based on the production)

Thur On-going 4:30p – 7:00p

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TEEN EXCURSIONS DE ANZA COMMUNITY TDIEANENNYCTSEOC&ETNSEEXERCISE
Participants must pre-register at the De Anza Community & & TEEN CENTER
Teen Center. Trips will be cancelled if minimum registration
is not met by the trip deadline. TAC discounts apply to active AUTUMN ACTIVITTIES
members only. Regular center participants will have priority
registration, one week prior to waiver release date.

L.A. COUNTY FAIR Now accepting applications.
Join us for a night of local fun, rides, games, contests and food. Make a difference in
DEADLINE: Waiver and payment due by August 31. your community.

Fri 9/7 3:30p – 10:30p $5 TEEN ACTION • Plan activities
COMMITTEE • Address issues
($3 TAC) • Help peers
• Volunteer
HAUNTED MAZE TRIP • Share new ideas

Enjoy a fun field night of fright with friends as we take a trip

to visit local haunted mazes. DEADLINE: Waiver and payment

due by October 12.

Fri 10/19 5:00p – 10:00p $10

($3 TAC)

SKATE EXPRESS

Join the De Anza Community & Teen Center as we spend the

evening roller skating with your peers at an indoor skate rink.

DEADLINE: Waiver and payment is due November 2. THEATER • Performing with your peers
TROOPS • Help Build Props
Fri 11/9 5:00p – 9:00p $9 • Choreograph Dances

($5 TAC)

STAY CONNECTED! • Movie & Theatre Trips
• Sporting Events
EXCURSIONS • Adventure & Walking Club Trips
• College Campus Tours

Call the De Anza Community & Teen Center for dates, times and
information on how you can participate

Call us to get involved
(909) 395-2030

#CityofOntario ‡ Additional Fee/Comments
#OntarioArtsCA

www.ontarioca.gov/socialmedia

† Non-resident Fee

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SEDNAINOCRE TP&ERTEIEONXGYESRRTCACEIOTMSNES ONTARIO SENIOR CENTER
225 E. B Street Ontario, CA 91764
T: (909) 395-2021
F: (909) 395-2471
8:00a – 8:00p Mon – Fri
[email protected]

SOCIAL SERVICES 50 YEARS+ ZUMBA GOLD
This lower impact dance exercise is a fusion of Cha Cha,
Many outside agencies come to the OSC monthly and Salsa and other inspired dance steps mixed with Line
Dance and some Rock N Roll.
include; Inland Fair Housing and Mediation, DAAS, Hi-CAP,
Instructor: Ginger Dollarhide
Inland County Legal, AARP Safe Driving and many more.

Check OSC’s monthly calendar for a complete listing of all

dates and times. Most are offered at no cost, some incur M/W On-going 6:00p – 6:45p FREE

a small fee. The Code of Conduct is strictly enforced for all

activities and programs within the Ontario Senior Center. LITE MOVES
Coed FUN 5 days a week with stretching, bending and
All participants must complete an emergency card before small movement activities.
Instructor: Pricilla Ivory
engaging in any activity or program.

P.A.L. (PHONE ASSURANCE LINE) ALL AGES Mon – Fri On-going 9:00a – 9:30a FREE
Have your loved ones called on a regular basis for
companionship, referrals and social interaction. Shut-ins WALKING CLUB
and physically challenged individuals given first priority. Coed walkers meet most Tuesday mornings. In case of
Volunteers needed to make calls. rain, substitute a chair workout.

M/W/F On-going 12:00p – 2:00p FREE Tue On-going 10:00a – 11:00a FREE

NUTRITION 60 YEARS+ Wii WORK OUT!
Health and wellness combining aerobic exercise, video
Serving a hot meal Monday through Friday. Suggested gaming and plenty of fun! Please wear lose fitting
clothing and rubber sole shoes.
donation of $2.50.

Mon – Fri On-going 11:30a – 12:30p $2.50

MOBILE FRESH ALL AGES Wed On-going 1:30p – 3:30p FREE

Family Service Association and Healthy Ontario present FITNESS CENTER 50 YEARS+

Mobile Fresh featuring fresh produce at an affordable Treadmills, Elliptical Machine, Weight Equipment,

cost to promote healthy eating habits and ease of access NuStep and Recumbent Bicycles.

to quality produce.

Tue On-going 12:00p – 12:45p Varies Mon – Fri On-going 8:00a – 8:00p FREE

SPORTS AND RECREATION 50 YEARS+ GAME ROOM 50 YEARS+

Enjoy ongoing activities at the Ontario Senior Center plus Open daily, and equipped with 4 regulation-sized pool

a variety of board games and sports equipment available tables, 2 game tables, TV, dartboard and plenty of action!

for check out. Mon – Fri On-going 8:00a – 8:00p FREE

YOGA CLASSES AND CRAFTS 50 YEARS+

A Healthy alternative! Yoga and stretching exercises on KITA’S CRAFTS CLASS

noontime break. Fees are by the month and class size Fun class devoted to unique gifts that are fun to give and

is limited. receive. Must pre-register one week in advance.

Instructor: Rhonda Quinn *Materials included (No Class 11/23)

Mon On-going 10:00a – 11:00a $10 Fri 2–3 12:30p – 2:30p $2.50
Wed On-going 11:00a – 12:00p $10 wks/mo /mo

CHAIR YOGA PHOTOGRAPHY CLASS: BEGINNING
Yoga with a twist, positions are performed with the safety Club meets 2nd & 4th Monday of each month. Camera
of a chair. Fees are by the month and class size is limited. not required, but SLR users welcome.

Instructor: Nikki Valdez Mon 9/10, 9/24, 10/22, 5:30p – 7:30p FREE
11/26, 12/10

Wed On-going 9:30a – 10:30a $10

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COMPUTERS 50 YEARS+ OSC FALL VAN TRIP 50 YEARS+ DSTIEEANENNNYICOTSEORC&ETPNSREEXOEGRRCAISMES
Staff teach these hands-on classes for beginning levels
ONLY. Must be able to attend all three classes. †$1.50 Join other seniors for Ontario Senior Center’s exciting

Fall Van Trips. All trips leave from the Ontario Senior

BEGINNING Center. Meals not included. SPACE IS LIMITED must
Tue 9/11, 9/18, 9/25 9:30a – 11:30a
Tue 10/16,10/23,10/30 9:30a – 11:30a be able to load and unload the van on your own. NO
Tue 11/13, 11/20, 11/27 9:30a – 11:30a
$6 MOTORIZED SCOOTERS!
$6
$6 BEYOND BOLLYWOOD – ONTARIO MUSEUM
OF HISTORY & ART
BEGINNING EN ESPAÑOL Engaging craft activity will take place following the
Wed 9/12, 9/19, 9/26 9:30a – 11:30a
Wed 10/17, 10/24, 10/31 9:30a – 11:30a docent tour. Register by August 24.
Wed 11/14, 11/21, 11/28 9:30a – 11:30a
$6 Tue 9/11 9:30a – 11:30a FREE
$6
$6 PECHANGA CASINO
Lunch on your own. Register by 9/28. SPACE IS LIMITED!
†$3

AARP SAFE DRIVING CLASS EN ESPAÑOL Tue 10/2 9:00a – 5:00p $12
Mature driver two-day class will result in a certification for
reduction from most automobile insurance companies. Call PECHANGA CASINO
for reservation, all checks made payable to: AARP. ‡ $5 Bonus trip! Lunch on your own. Register by 10/26.
SPACE IS LIMITED! †$3
T/Th 9/4, 9/6 9:00a – 1:00p $15‡
Tue 11/13 9:00a – 5:00p $12
CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH
A very basic class for learning to use English in every day CLUBS 50 YEARS+
conversations. Includes books and an audio CD. Class
meets once a week for eight weeks. Last one for this CINEMA CLUB
calendar year.
A true, bi-monthly cinematic experience! Spanish Cinema

on September 24.

Wed 10/3 – 11/21 9:30a – 10:30a $5 Mon 9/10, 9/24, 12:30p – 2:30p FREE
10/22, 11/26,
SPECIAL EVENTS
12/10
BINGO 21 YEARS+
KNITTING AND CROCHETING
Fun with others who sit on the edge of their seats with Club meets each Friday morning in the Classroom for a
shared time of work. All are welcome; please bring in
anticipation. Mandatory “Buy-In” for regular games is a your favorite patterns and your own materials. (No Club
on 11/23)
minimum of $3; specials vary.

(No bingo on 11/22, 12/20, 12/27)

Thur On-going 1:30p – 4:30p $3 Fri On-going 9:30a – 11:30a FREE

min.

FRIDAY NIGHT DANCE 50 YEARS+ WOOD CARVING CLUB ALL AGES

Ballroom style dancing on a beautiful wood floor Club meets most Tuesday afternoons for fun carving of

featuring live music. Healthy snack included. beautiful items.

(No Dance 9/21, 10/19, 11/16, 11/23, 12/21, 12/28) Tue On-going 2:00p – 4:00p FREE

Fri On-going 6:00p – 9:00p $4

A variety of programs, activities and classes accompany the traditional programs for the diverse community of

Ontario. Extended hours are offered most evenings to accommodate new programs, activities and classes. Ask one of

our friendly and helpful staff for assistance with a tour or questions about joining in our clubs, activities and programs.
For more information, please call the Ontario Senior Center at (909) 395-2021.

† Non-resident Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments Healthy Ontario Program

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LIBRARY STORDYATINCMEES&TI&ENXEYEVRETCINOTSES OVITT FAMILY COMMUNITY LIBRARY

215 E. C Street Ontario, CA 91764
(909) 395-2004
10:00a – 9:00p Mon – Thur
10:00a – 6:00p Fri – Sat
1:00p – 4:00p Sun
[email protected]

STORYTIMES & (909) 395-2207 TALK LIKE A PIRATE DAY 5 – 8 YEARS
ONGOING PROGRAMS
Climb aboard Matey, as we set sail for a piratey good time.

BRILLIANT BABIES 0 – WALKERS Mon 9/17 6:00p – 7:00p

Introduce your infant to stories, songs, lap sits and more while POKÉMON CLUB 9 – 12 YEARS

learning valuable social, motor and sensory skills. Attention trainers! Play and trade cards, watch your favorite

Wed 9/5 – 10/10, 10:30a – 11:15a episodes and earn badges to become Pokémon masters!

11/7 – 12/12 Wed 9/19, 10/17, 4:00p – 5:00p
11/21, 12/19
TODDLER TALES WALKERS – 2 YEARS

Your toddler will develop pre-literacy skills such as letter BOO! HALLOWEEN FOR LITTLE ONES 2 – 5 YEARS

recognition and word sounds in this interactive story time. Have fun at our Halloween celebration with ghostly games,

(No Storytime 11/12). creepy crafts and spooky snacks. Don’t forget your costume!

Mon 9/10 – 10/1, 10:30a – 11:15a Fri 10/12 10:30a – 11:30a

11/5 – 12/10

PRESCHOOL PREP 3 – 5 YEARS THANKSGIVING CELEBRATION 2 – 5 YEARS

Help your child get ready for kindergarten! We will focus on FOR LITTLE ONES

socialization skills through literacy concepts, songs and crafts. Let the feast begin as we practice giving thanks for all we have

(No Storytime 11/22). through fun stories and activities.

Thur 9/6 – 10/11, 10:30a – 11:15a Fri 11/9 10:30a – 11:30a

11/8 – 12/13 DISCOVERY DAYS: WINTER SCIENCE 2 – 5 YEARS

ONCE UPON A CUENTO 0 – 5 YEARS Snow, ice crystals and more! Little learners will have fun with

Celebrate bilingualism with stories, songs and activities that winter themed S.T.E.A.M. learning.

encourage dual language learning. Celebremos el bilingüismo Sat 12/1 10:30a – 11:30a
con cuentos, canciones, y actividades que dan aliento al
aprendizaje de dos idiomas. HOLIDAY PARTY FOR LITTLE ONES 2 – 5 YEARS

Share holiday cheer with stories, activities and a visit from Santa!

Tue 9/4 – 10/9, 10:30a – 11:15a Fri 12/14 10:30a – 11:30a

11/6 – 12/11 FAMILY EVENTS (909) 395-2207

GAME DAY FOR TWEENS 9 – 12 YEARS FAMILIES UNPLUGGED FAMILIES

From Disney trivia to Super Smash Bros., play a classic board Spend time as a family with fun activities that provide moments

game or grab a controller for the Wii-U and chill. for bonding and memories with those you love most!

Wed 8/1, 9/5, 10/3, 4:00p – 5:00p Wed 8/1, 9/5, 10/3, 7:00p – 7:45p

11/7, 12/5 11/7, 12/5

MOVING & GROOVING 5 – 8 YEARS SENSORY FUN TIME FAMILIES

Shake it up and join us for some fitness and movement; featuring Enjoy a fun story and sensory hour for kids with special needs

stretching, dance and more! and their families.

Thur 8/2, 9/6, 10/4, 6:00p – 7:00p Wed 8/8, 9/12, 10/10, 4:00p – 5:00p

11/1, 12/6 11/14, 12/12

MAD LAB 5 – 8 YEARS FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT FAMILIES

Become a mad scientist in this club for kids featuring activities Bring the family and come enjoy a family-friendly movie along

based on science, technology, engineering and math! with a bag of popcorn.

Mon 8/20, 9/17, 10/15, 4:00p – 5:00p Wed 8/8, 9/12, 10/10, 6:00p – 8:00p

11/19, 12/17 11/14, 12/12

S.T.E.A.M. TITANS 9 – 12 YEARS FAMILY CRAFT NIGHT FAMILIES

Do you like to create and play? S.T.E.A.M. Titans offers fun with Get crafty with the whole family! Each month we'll feature a

Minecraft, slime and more! different craft for all ages.

Wed 8/22, 9/26, 10/24, 4:00p – 5:00p Thur 8/16, 9/20, 10/18, 6:00p – 7:00p
5 – 12 YEARS
11/28, 12/26 11/15, 12/20

BRICKMASTERS

Share your creativity with other brickmasters in this program GET EMERGENCY READY! FAMILIES

that encourages self-expression and problem solving. Emergencies happen. Attend this program to prepare your children

Tue 8/28, 9/25, 10/30, 6:00p – 7:00p and yourself to respond appropriately in emergency situations.

11/27, 12/18 Wed 9/19 6:00p – 7:00p

‡ Registration required at www.ontarioca.gov/registration

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DREAMCATCHERS: PAJAMA STORY TIME FAMILIES S.T.E.A.M. FOR TEENS: ARTOPIA 13 – 18 YEARS TLDIABNNRYACTREOY&TSETXOERRYCTIISME ES & EVENTS

Come in your pajamas and bring your favorite stuffed friend. It’s time to explore the Art part of S.T.E.A.M. with process driven

We’ll enjoy a bedtime snack, bedtime stories and dreamy art and lots of fun materials.

native flute songs. Thur 9/27 4:00p – 5:00p

Mon 9/24, 10/29, 6:00p – 7:00p ONTARIO’S COMMUNITY COLLEGE 13 YEARS+

11/26, 12/17 PROMISE PROGRAM SCHOLARSHIP

KINDERFAIR FAMILIES Come learn about the Ontario scholarship that could help you

Enjoy an afternoon of free live entertainment and fun activities pay for community college. Both parents and teens welcome.

for your kindergartner! Wed 10/10 4:00p – 5:00p

Sat 9/29 1:00p – 3:30p PIZZA & A SCARY MOVIE 13 – 18 YEARS

PAWS TO READ FAMILIES Grab a slice of pizza and join us for something that will keep

Stop by the Library to read to your favorite therapy animals – you up at night. Parental advisory in effect.

The Paws to Read dogs! Tue 10/16 3:30p – 5:30p

Sat 10/6, 10/13, 10:00a – 12:00p S.T.E.A.M. FOR TEENS 13 – 18 YEARS

10/20, 11/3,11/10, PUMPKIN CARVE UP

11/17, 11/24 Engineer something wickedly fun. We provide the pumpkin, you

DAY OF THE DEAD/DÍA DE LOS MUERTOS FAMILIES provide the talent. First come, first served with the pumpkins.

Celebrate this cultural tradition and honor loved ones who’ve

passed with activities, crafts and stories! ¡Celebremos esta Thur 10/25 3:30p – 5:00p

tradición y honremos nuestros seres queridos que han fallecido TEEN HOLIDAY PARTY 13 – 18 YEARS

con actividades, manualidades y cuentos! Listen to some great tunes, make crafts, play games and eat

Tue 10/23 5:30p – 7:30p snacks. Our annual holiday teen party is here!

BIG TRUCK PETTING ZOO FAMILIES Tue 12/4 4:00p – 5:00p

Garbage trucks, fire trucks, utility trucks and more! Get an HOW TO ADULT: RELAXING WITH YOGA 13 – 18 YEARS
It’s a happy but stressful time of year. Join us for some yoga and
up-close look at all the big trucks that make our city run! relaxation, and feel stress melt away.

Sat 10/27 11:00a – 12:30p

YOUNG ADULT PROGRAMS (909) 395-2228 Thur 12/13 4:00p – 5:00p

TEEN LAB 13 – 17 YEARS PIZZA & A HOLIDAY MOVIE 13 – 18 YEARS

Become a Library advocate! Talk about the Library programs, Grab a slice of pizza as we watch something to get you in

games and movies you want at YOUR Library! the holiday spirit. Parental advisory in effect.

Tue 9/11, 9/25, 10/9, 4:30p – 5:30p Tue 12/18 3:30p – 5:30p

10/23, 11/13, 12/11

HOW TO ADULT: 13 – 18 YEARS ADULT PROGRAMS (909) 395-2205

FINANCING COLLEGE AND BEYOND A GOOD YARN: CROCHET AND KNIT CLUB 18 YEARS+
Grab yarn and needles and join in. Finish a project or start
Stressing out about paying for college? Join a consultant from HIFE

College Planning and figure out your winning finance options. something new — just bring your own supplies.

Thur 9/13 4:00p – 5:00p Wed On-going 6:00p – 8:00p

PIZZA & A MOVIE 13 – 18 YEARS SMALL SPACE GARDENING SOLUTIONS 18 YEARS+

Grab a slice of pizza and enjoy our monthly teen-only movie Learn about gardening in small spaces, including vertical,

night with the newest releases and best classics. Parental pallet, raised beds and recycling presented by Master

advisory in effect. Gardeners Michelle Stokes and Tim Summers.

Tue 9/18 3:30p – 5:30p Wed 8/22 6:00p – 7:00p

SUPER SMASH BROS. TOURNAMENTS 13 – 18 YEARS MEDICARE PASO-A-PASO 18 YEARS+
Start practicing because it's our monthly BRAWL time! Can you
(PRESENTADO EN ESPAÑOL)

add your name to our winner's score board? Gus Arias, del Inter Valley Health Plan, explicará los detalles

Fri 9/21, 10/19, 11/16 3:30p – 5:30p del sistema de Medicare. Se proporcionarán materiales.

Presentado en español.

Martes 9/4 7:00p – 8:00p

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LIBRARY STORDYATINCMEES&TI&ENXEYEVRETCINOTSES ADULT DROP-IN CRAFT 18 YEARS+ GIFT WRAPPING PARTY! 18 YEARS+

Drop in the Library and create a holiday craft. Materials will Bring your unwrapped gifts! We provide gift wrap, ribbon,

be provided, while supplies last. tape and tags. Enjoy holiday music, light refreshments and

Mon – Sun 9/4 – 12/27 Library Hours new friends.

COMEDIAN MIKE CANO PRESENTS: 18 YEARS+ Tue 12/4, 12/18 6:30p – 8:00p

IMPROV CLASSES AT THE LIBRARY! LIGHTSPEED MAKERSPACE (909) 395-2220

Bring your enthusiasm and creativity. Build your confidence CRICUT WORKSHOP 18 YEARS+

while having fun! Limited to first 16 participants. Four-week Create simple to complex cutout designs at your own

participation required. pace using a variety of stock materials and expert help from

Wed 9/5, 9/12, 9/19, 9/26 6:30p – 8:30p Library staff.

BRA DECORATING PARTY! 18 YEARS+ Wed 9/5, 10/17 6:00p – 8:00p

Decorate a bra for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Bras will BASIC TINKERCAD 18 YEARS+

be displayed in the Library. Materials provided for the first 25 Start learning 3D CAD design with TinkerCAD and then print

attendees, all others must bring your own bra. out your project on the Library’s Lulzbot 3D printer! Materials

Tue 10/2 7:00p – 8:00p provided.

SUCCULENT PLANT ARRANGING 18 YEARS+ Wed 9/19 6:00p – 8:00p

Make and take a succulent plant arrangement as presented MARKETING TOOLS IN THE LIBRARY 18 YEARS+

by Master Gardener Vicki Peyton. Optional: please bring Library staff members will present Lightspeed Makerspace Tools
succulent clippings to share.
for marketing businesses to the clients of the Inland Empire
Wed 10/10 6:00p – 7:00p
Women’s Business Center.

JUST SAY BOO! ADULT FRIGHT NIGHT CRAFT 18YEARS+ Wed 9/12, 11/28 6:30p – 8:30p

Create an adult-level Halloween craft at the Library. Achieve CODING FOR ADULTS 18 YEARS+
the ultimate spooky decoration. Materials provided while
supplies last. Start understanding the basic principles of simple coding using

Tue 10/16 7:00p – 8:00p code.org with expert help from Library staff.

LEGAL WORKSHOP FOR VETERANS 18 YEARS+ Wed 9/26, 10/24 6:00p – 8:00p

A representative from the Women Veterans Unity Group will LASERCUTTING 101 18 YEARS+

present a workshop for legal issues facing veterans. Learn basic laser cutter safety and operation and then start

Wed 10/17 6:30p – 8:30p a creative project you can be proud of. Materials provided.

SHAKEOUT: EARTHQUAKE PREPAREDNESS 101 18 YEARS+ Wed 10/3, 11/14 6:00p – 8:00p

Learn how earthquakes work and how to prepare your home COSPLAY WORKSHOP! 15 YEARS+
against them. Workshop provided by the Ontario Office of
Emergency Management. Design and manufacture your own personal L.A. Comicon-

worthy sword from EVA foam using the Lightspeed laser cutter.

Thur 10/18 6:00p – 8:00p Materials provided.

START YOUR OWN BUSINESS 18 YEARS+ Sat 10/6 1:00p – 5:00p

A representative from the Inland Empire Women’s Business SEW AND SERGE WORKSHOP 18 YEARS+

Center will explain concepts and provide information to start Learn basic operation and safety steps for machine sewing and

your own business. serging. Attendees may bring their own materials and patterns

if desired, but not required.

Wed 10/24 6:30p – 8:30p Wed 10/10 6:00p – 8:00p

TURKEY TIME FOR ADULTS! 18 YEARS+ S.T.E.A.M. FOR TEENS: ROBOTICS 13 – 18 YEARS

Prepare for your Thanksgiving feast. Enhance your holiday Interested in robotics and their many possibilities? Come test

with this adult-level craft at the Library. Materials provided out different robots, including some from a galaxy far, far away.

while supplies last. Thur 11/15 4:00p – 5:00p

Tue 11/6 7:00p – 8:00p HOW TO ADULT: BASIC SEWING 13 – 18 YEARS

Sewing buttons? Fixing rips? Creating something fun? Come

learn the sewing basics that will save your clothes and wallet.

Thur 11/8 4:00p – 5:00p

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COLONY HIGH BRANCH LIBRARY TLDIABNNRYACTREOY&TSETXOERRYCTIISME ES & EVENTS
3850 E. Riverside Drive, Ontario, CA 91761
(909) 395-2014

12:00p – 8:00p Mon – Wed

10:00a – 6:00p Thur – Sat | Closed Sun
[email protected]

FOR ALL PROGRAMS, CALL (909) 395-2256 FAMILY AND ALL AGES PROGRAMS
STORYTIMES & ONGOING PROGRAMS
ARTISTIQUE MAKE AND TAKE ALL AGES
BRILLIANT BABIES ‡
0 – WALKERS Stop in any time during the program to “make and take” a

Introduce your infant to stories, songs, lap sits and more while work of process art!

learning valuable social, motor and sensory skills. Registration Tue 9/11 5:30p – 6:30p

is required. (No Class 11/23). DÍA DE LOS MUERTOS CELEBRATION FAMILIES

Fri 9/21 – 10/19, 10:00a – 10:45a Celebrate Día de los Muertos at the Library! Decorate sugar

11/16 – 12/28 skulls, make paper crafts and have your face painted!

TODDLER TALES ‡ WALKERS – 2 YEARS Wed 9/12 6:00p – 7:00p

Your toddler will develop pre-literacy skills such as letter

recognition and word sounds in this interactive storytime. GINGERBREAD HOUSE WORKSHOP FAMILIES

(No Class 11/22). It’s a winter wonderland at the Library! Enjoy snacks and a

Thur 9/20 – 10/18, 10:00a – 10:45a story as you build the best house on the block!

11/15 – 12/27 Sat 12/8 11:00a – 12:00p
TEEN PROGRAMS
PRESCHOOL PREP ‡ 3 – 5 YEARS

Help your child get ready for kindergarten! We will focus on B.L.T. (BOARD OF LIBRARY TEENS) 13 – 18 YEARS

socialization skills through literacy concepts, songs and crafts. Discover Colony Branch Library’s B.L.T. Develop new friendships,

(No Class 11/22). make decisions on teen program content & have fun.

Thur 9/20 – 10/18, 11:00a – 11:45a Thur 1st and 3rd 2:30p – 3:30p

11/15 – 12/27 Thur ea./mo.

CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS PIZZA AND A MOVIE 13 – 18 YEARS

CELEBRATING CHRISTOPHER ROBIN 2 – 4 YEARS Join us at the Library for pizza, a movie and some laughs right

WITH LITTLE ONES after school.

Little ones will have a great time visiting the Hundred Acre Fri 9/7, 10/5, 2:30p – 4:30p

Wood with Christopher Robin and friends. 11/2, 12/7

Fri 8/3 10:30a – 11:30a TEEN MANGAKA 13 – 18 YEARS

BUILDING BLOCKS 9 – 12 YEARS Flex your manga drawing skills or learn techniques to start
Drop in to see where engineering and literacy meet. Participate
in challenges and have fun! drawing your favorite anime characters.

Mon 8/27, 11/19 6:00p – 7:00p Thur 9/27 2:30p – 3:30p

SENSORY SEPTEMBER FUN 2 – 4 YEARS SPOOKY PUMPKIN CARVE-UP 13 – 18 YEARS

FOR LITTLE ONES Use your creativity to carve up the best jack-o-lantern or step

Take off your shoes and socks and stomp on in to our 2nd into a virtual haunted house if you dare!

annual “Sensory Fun with your Feet” program. Thur 10/25 2:30p – 3:30p

Thur 9/6 10:30a – 11:30a TEEN SUPER SMASH BROS. 13 – 18 YEARS

HOBBIT BIRTHDAY PARTY 9 – 12 YEARS TOURNAMENT

Calling all hobbits, elves and trolls! Celebrate the birthday of Welcome amateurs and pro gamers. Compete in a Super

Bilbo and Frodo Baggins at our World Hobbit Day party! Smash Bros. tournament! First place wins a prize.

Mon 9/17 6:00p – 7:00p Thur 11/8 2:30p – 3:30p

DIWALI LIGHT FESTIVAL 9 – 12 YEARS K-POP HALLYU-DAY 13 – 18 YEARS

CRAFT CELEBRATION Jam to your favorite K-pop songs, try a Korean snack and make

Get ready to celebrate the Hindu New Year by creating your K-pop inspired gifts for your friends.

own craft lights. Materials provided. Thur 12/13 2:30p – 3:30p

Tue 10/23 6:00p – 7:00p

BOO-TASTICAL FUN FOR LITTLE ONES 2 – 4 YEARS

Come in your best costume and have some Halloween fun as

we play games, explore sensory spooky fun and create creepy

art projects together!

Thur 10/25 10:30a – 11:30a

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LIBRARY STORDYATINCMEES&TI&ENXEYEVRETCINOTSES ADULT & TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY 18 YEARS+

Class meets 1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month. Camera not

required, but SLR users are welcome.

Tue 1st & 3rd 5:30p – 7:30p

BEGINNING COMPUTER CLASS SERIES 18 YEARS+

Learn resume building, computer basics, Internet basics and

word processing. No registration required.

Resumé Building Wed 8/15 6:30p – 7:30p
Basics with MS

Word 2013

Computer Basics Wed 10/3 6:30p – 7:30p ARTS &
CULTURE
Internet Basics Wed 10/10 6:30p – 7:30p
Visit the new and improved Arts & Culture
MS Word Wed 10/17 6:30p – 7:30p website to find upcoming events in the
City of Ontario.
2013 Basics
ONTARIOARTS.ORG
ART REMEDY: MAKE AND TAKE 18 YEARS+

Allow the creative process to flow in the Library or at home.

See the information desk for your art project.

Mon – Sat 11/1 – 12/29 Library Hours

Computer Classes (909) 395-2217

Classes are held at the Ovitt Family Community Library

BEGINNING COMPUTER CLASS SERIES 18 YEARS+

Learn computer basics covering Internet, word processing,

spreadsheets and presentations. No registration required.

Introduction Tue 9/4 6:00p – 8:00p
to Computing

Introducción a Tue 9/11 6:00p – 8:00p
la Computación

Using the Internet Tue 9/18 6:00p – 8:00p
El uso del Internet Tue 9/25 6:00p – 8:00p

Introduction to Tue 10/2 6:00p – 8:00p
Microsoft Word Tue 10/9 6:00p – 8:00p
Tue 10/16 6:00p – 8:00p
Introducción a
Microsoft Word

Basic
Microsoft Excel

Intermediate Tue 10/23 6:00p – 8:00p
Microsoft Excel

Introduction Tue 11/6 6:00p – 8:00p
to Microsoft Tue 11/13 6:00p – 8:00p
PowerPoint

Introducción
a Microsoft
PowerPoint

‡ Registration required at www.ontarioca.gov/registration

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VROELCURNUTITEIENRGS RECRUITING

For more information, call or fill out a SENIOR
Museum Volunteer application online. VOLUNTEERS

(909) 395-2510 Do you have extra time?
www.ontarioca.gov/employment How about joining the Ontario
Police Department senior volunteer program?

Requirements:
• 55 years+ • Valid CA drivers license
• Volunteer at least 5 hours weekly

CONTACT THE ONTARIO POLICE
DEPARTMENT CRIME PREVENTION

909.395.2939UNIT FOR MORE DETAILS

[email protected]

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MUSEUM EXHIBDIATSNC&E TP&ERTEIEONXGYESRRTCACEIOTMSNSE ONTARIO MUSEUM OF HISTORY & ART
225 S. Euclid Avenue, Ontario, CA 91762

(909) 395-2510
12:00p – 4:00p Thur – Sun
www.ontarioca.gov/museum
[email protected]

EXHIBITS MUSEUM EXPLORERS: FAMILY TOUR AND WORKSHOP
Explore the Museum’s Armstrong Rose Garden with a guided
BEYOND BOLLYWOOD: tour and create your own work of art! Families are encouraged
INDIAN AMERICANS SHAPE THE NATION to attend with children ages 5 to 11. Materials will be provided.
Explore the Indian American experience and the community's Reservations Required.
vital political, professional, and cultural contributions to
American life and history. Weaving together stories of individual Sat 8/11 2:00p – 3:30p Free
achievement and collective struggle, Beyond Bollywood: Indian
Americans Shape the Nation uses photography, narrative, DÍA DE LOS MUERTOS WORKSHOP
multimedia, and interactive stations to tell a uniquely American Design your own Día de los Muertos ornament and enter the
story, while conveying the texture, vibrancy, and vitality of city-wide contest, co-hosted by the Ovitt Family Community
Indian American communities. Library, Recreation & Community Services Department and the
Ontario Museum of History & Art. All ornaments are featured
Thur – Sun 8/16 – 9/23 Free in the annual Día de los Muertos exhibit. Materials will be
provided. For all ages. Space is limited. Reservations Required.
Beyond Bollywood: Indian Americans Shape the Nation was created

by the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center and the Smithsonian Thur 8/16 6:00p – 8:00p Free

Institution Traveling Exhibition.

DÍA DE LOS MUERTOS: REMEMBER ME BEYOND BOLLYWOOD: STORYTELLING AND ART!
Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) emphasizes remembrance Learn about India’s rich culture through tours of the Beyond
of past lives and a celebration of the continuity of life. It is a Bollywood: Indian Americans Shape the Nation exhibit (2:00p),
tradition with roots to Mexico’s oldest civilizations. Explore art workshops (1:00p to 4:00p), and storytelling with Karen
Día de los Muertos through the artwork of local artists at our Rae Kraut (3:00p).
annual exhibit showcasing contemporary work in painting,
sculpture, mixed media, photography, ofrendas (altars), and Sat 8/25 1:00p – 4:00p Free
the participants from the city-wide ornament contest! (Museum
closed on 11/11) SEPTEMBER

Thur – Sun 10/11 – 11/10 Free HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE COLLECTIONS:
ONTARIO FIRE DEPARTMENT
MUSEUM ASSOCIATES FUNDRAISER EXHIBIT The Ontario Fire Department serves a population well over
The inaugural Museum Associates exhibit celebrates local 170,000 people and covers nearly 50 square miles. Join the
artists and the arts in Ontario! Join us for an opportunity to Ontario Museum of History & Art’s Curator of Collections Michelle
purchase a unique work of art and support your local Museum’s Sifuentes to learn about City of Ontario’s Fire Department history.
programs and exhibits. Reservations Required.

Sun 9/9 2:00p – 3:30p Free

Thur – Sat 12/6 – 12/8 Free ON THE DANCE FLOOR:
BOLLYWOOD AND BHANGRA

Explore Bollywood and Bhangra dance from India with a dance

class led by Rajat Rocky Batta Dance Company. All levels of dance

experience are welcome! Space is limited. Reservations Required.

PROGRAMS Thur 9/13 6:00p – 7:30p Free

AUGUST AFTERNOON FOR EDUCATORS:
DÍA DE LOS MUERTOS
VOLUNTEER CELEBRATION Learn about the upcoming Día de los Muertos exhibit, free
You are cordially invited to celebrate and recognize the docent-led tours, and how you can integrate Día de los
Museum’s volunteers! Volunteers assist with art workshops, as Muertos into your curriculum. Receive a free resource packet
docents (museum guides), as interns, greeters at events, the and participate in a mini art workshop. Light refreshments
Museum’s Board of Trustees, and the Museum Associates. This and hors d'oeuvres will be served. Reservations Required.
is a great opportunity to learn about what volunteering at the
Museum is all about. Light refreshments and hors d’oeuvres will Thur 9/27 4:00p – 5:30p Free
be served. Reservations Required.

Sat 8/4 10:00a – 12:00p Free

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OCTOBER HOLIDAY CRAFT NIGHT DTMEIANUENNYSCETSUEOCM&ETNSEEXEHRIBCITSSE & PROGRAMS
Spend a family friendly evening at the Museum creating greeting
GALLERY GUIDE TRAINING: DÍA DE LOS MUERTOS cards and mini-piñata ornaments. Light refreshments and hors
Join the Museum’s team of volunteer Gallery Guides, to help d’oeuvres will be served.
engage visitors on Saturday afternoons in the Día de los Muertos
exhibit. High School students and adults are encouraged to Thur 12/13 6:00p – 8:00p Free
attend. To apply, fill out a Gallery Guide application online
at www.ontarioca.gov/employment. Reservations Required.

Sat 10/6 10:00a – 11:30a Free

COMMUNITY ALTAR WORKSHOP
Contribute to the Museum’s community altar designed by Huerta
del Valle, as part of the annual Día de los Muertos exhibit. Bring
an object to display on the altar or help make a craft to decorate.
All ages. Materials will be provided. Reservations Required.

Sat 10/6 2:00p – 4:00p Free

DÍA DE LOS MUERTOS EXHIBIT RECEPTION Thursday, August 16, 2018 to
Celebrate the artists of the annual Día de los Muertos exhibit, Sunday, September 23, 2018
showcasing contemporary work in painting, sculpture, mixed
media, photography, ofrendas (altars), and the winners from the city- FREE ADMISSION
wide art contest! Meet the artists, enjoy live music and participate
in a drop-in workshop. Light refreshments and hors d’oeuvres Explore the Indian American experience and the
will be served. Remarks and recognition will begin at 1:30p. community's vital political, professional, and cultural
contributions to American life and history. Weaving
Sat 10/13 1:00p – 3:00p Free together stories of individual achievement and collective
struggle, Beyond Bollywood: Indian Americans Shape
DINOSAUR PAINT NIGHT the Nation uses photography, narrative, multimedia, and
Celebrate the end of the Ontario City Library’s Ontario Reads interactive stations to tell a uniquely American story, while
Program focusing on Jurassic Park by learning how to paint a conveying the texture, vibrancy, and vitality of Indian
friendly dinosaur with a class led by artist Jessica Cruz. Materials American communities.
will be provided. Families are encouraged to attend with children
ages 5 and up. Seating is limited. Reservations Required. Beyond Bollywood: Indian Americans Shape the Nation was created
by the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center and the Smithsonian
Thur 10/18 6:00p – 8:00p Free Institution Traveling Exhibition Service.

NOVEMBER ONTARIO MUSEUM OF HISTORY OF HISTORY & ART
225 S. Euclid Avenue, Ontario, CA 91762
FAMILY DISCOVERY DAY: DÍA DE LOS MUERTOS Gallery Hours: Noon - 4 PM I Thur to Sun
Celebrate Día de los Muertos through art workshops, live
performances, a photo backdrop, and face painting for the (909) 395-2510 I [email protected]
whole family! Día de los Muertos attire strongly encouraged - www.ontarioca.gov/museum
come dressed as an esqueleto (skeleton)!

Sat 11/3 12:00p – 4:00p Free

DECEMBER

MUSEUM ASSOCIATES EXHIBIT AND FUNDRAISER:
NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM!
The Ontario Museum of History & Art, Associates invites you
to an evening celebrating the arts. The exhibit and fundraiser
highlight the artists that make profound contributions to the
community. Join us for hors d’oeuvres, art demonstrations, silent
auction, and a live auction for a night full of art benefiting the
Museum’s exhibits and programs

Sat 12/8 5:00p – 7:30p TBD

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CODMAMNCUENTI&ETTEIYENXEYESVRETCCEINOTSNSE Ontario Reads

VISIT YOUR LOCAL LIBRARY FOR MORE INFORMATION.

Jurassic Park OVITT FAMILY COLONY HIGH
COMMUNITY LIBRARY BRANCH LIBRARY
Read it. Share it. Discuss it.
215 E. C Street 3850 E. Riverside Drive
August 13 - October 13 Ontario, CA 91764 Ontario, CA 91761
909.395.2256
909.395.2004

PRESENTED BY

SATURDAY OVITT FAMILY
COMMUNITY
OCTOBER 27
LIBRARY
11:00 AM – 12:30 PM

Garbage trucks, fire trucks, utility trucks and more! Get an
up-close look at all the big trucks that make our city run!

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