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OLM19 Winter

OLM19 Winter Issue PRESS

WINTER 18/19

INSIDE ONTARIO'S COMMUNITY
LIFE & CULTURE PROGRAMS,

EXCITING EVENTS AND MUCH MORE!

INSIDE
CITY
HALL
Scott Ochoa | City Manager

CITY MANAGER’S UPDATE

What a wonderful time it is to be in Ontario. The holidays are a wonderful time of year to enjoy all that
the City has to offer. Here’s a snapshot of some highlights that are occurring in your city.

Ontario International Airport (ONT) continues to increase with passenger Along with National Community Renaissance (National CORE), we
volumes since regaining local control in 2016. China Airlines began broke ground on a 101-unit affordable apartment community that will
roundtrip service between ONT and Taipei in March, Ontario’s first help anchor the City’s plans for a modern urban village in and around
nonstop, transoceanic passenger service. Frontier Airlines launched the historic downtown core. The Vista Verde Apartments at East Nocta
daily nonstop service to Orlando in August and JetBlue Airways initiated Street and North Virginia Avenue is part of a broad redevelopment
nonstop service to New York City in September. Meanwhile, Delta Air of the downtown area funded in part from the Transformative Climate
Lines announced plans for service to Atlanta beginning in April 2019 Communities program. Vista Verde will feature high-quality, energy
and Southwest Airlines will launch new flights to San Francisco and efficient apartments in a bike and pedestrian-friendly setting that
expand existing service to Denver beginning in June 2019. ONT also encourages healthier lifestyles and reduce pollution.
recently completed a multi-million dollar upgrade of its dining and
retail concession featuring popular national brands and Southern The Ontario City Council are excited to announce the 2019 State
California-based enterprises which cater to local tastes. To learn more of the City: Business Leadership Symposium, will be held on
about ONT visit www.flyontario.com. March 20, 2019 at the Ontario Convention Center. The theme for
this year’s event, Elevate, will display how Ontario continues to be a
The Ontario Reign and the City have announced a partnership to support leader in the Inland Empire and discuss major project developments
the Ontario City Library’s Lightspeed Makerspace. The Ontario Reign that are coming in the future.
have pledged a donation of $60,000. Lightspeed is designed to bring
innovation, creativity and economic opportunity to the City. This two-year Be sure to look through this issue of the Ontario Living Magazine to
agreement will provide artists, designers, entrepreneurs and educators find exciting Community Life & Culture events, programs and exhibits
with access to state-of-the-art technology and resources to develop for you and your families to enjoy. On behalf of the City of Ontario
prototypes for new products, graphic designs and creative services. family, have a joyous holiday season and a Happy New Year.
Stop by the Ovitt Family Community Library to visit the Lightspeed
Makerspace and a huge thank you to Ontario Reign for their commitment Scott Ochoa
to our community. City Manager

#CityofOntario | #OntarioArtsCA

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WINTER 18/19

See all the amazing classes and community events
happening this Winter!

City of Ontario Contacts.......................................4 Adult Sports........................................................ 27
Class Registration Information............................5 Aquatics............................................................... 29
Traducción en Español Adaptive Program............................................. 31
Ontario Heritage Corner......................................6 Community Centers ........................................... 32
Planning a Yard Sale?..........................................6 Teen Scene.......................................................... 42
Arts & Crafts Classes...........................................11 Senior Programs................................................ 44
Dance & Exercise................................................ 12 Library Storytimes & Events............................. 50
Special Interest Classes/Excursions................. 16 Museum Exhibits & Programs.......................... 56
Tiny Tots............................................................... 19 Community Events.............................................. 58
Tot Classes........................................................... 20 Facilities Reservation & Map............................ 64
Sports Classes..................................................... 22 Shop Ontario...................................................... 66
Youth Sports....................................................... 26

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CITY CONTACTS

CITY HALL KEEP YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD CLEAN
Mon – Thur 7:30a – 5:30p | Fri 8:00a – 5:00p
303 E. B Street, Ontario, CA 91764 | www.ontarioca.gov Graffiti Removal Hotline (909) 395-2626
Shopping Cart Removal (800) 252-4613
CITY PHONE NUMBERS (909) 395-2000 American Association of Poison Control Centers (800) 222-1222
(909) 395-2011 Street Light Reports (909) 395-2599
City Hall (909) 395-2023 West Valley Mosquito & Vector Control District (909) 635-0307
City Council (909) 395-2022
Building (909) 395-2009
Business License (909) 395-2010
City Clerk (909) 395-2007
City Manager's Office (909) 395-2222
Community Improvement (909) 395-2170
Community Life & Culture (909) 395-2005
Development (909) 395-2025
Economic Development (909) 395-2015
Engineering (909) 395-2352
Financial Services (909) 395-2006
Fiscal Services (909) 395-2442
Housing & Neighborhood Preservation (909) 395-2036
Human Resources (909) 395-2633
Planning (909) 395-2600
Parks & Maintenance (909) 395-2012
Public Works (909) 395-2020
Purchasing (909) 395-2041
Recreation & Community Services (909) 395-2666
Risk Management (909) 395-2050
Integrated Waste
Utilities/Billing & Service

POLICE DEPARTMENT (909) 395-2001 ARetlemoegarertilesrOegctrneeettrsniavfcreoiyor
(909) 986-6711
Police: 2500 S. Archibald Avenue, Ontario, CA (909) 395-2853 Sign up on your mobile phone by
Police – Dispatch texting
Ontario Police Museum (Inside the Police Building) (909) 987-5005
2500 S. Archibald Avenue, Ontario, CA 91761 ONTARIO to 888777
We Tip OR
www.WeTip.com
Visit www.readyontario.com to
FIRE DEPARTMENT (909) 395-2002 receive email and phone call
(909) 395-2029
Fire Administration: 415 E. B Street, Ontario, CA (909) 983-5911 alerts
Fire Prevention
Fire - Dispatch

LIBRARY (909) 395-2004
(909) 395-2014
Ovitt Family Community Library (909) 395-2206
215 E. C Street, Ontario, CA 91764
Colony High Branch Library
3850 E. Riverside Drive, Ontario, CA 91761
Robert E. Ellingwood Model Colony History Room
215 E. C 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.

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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
December 3. Online registration is open to everyone, including non-residents teléfono (909) 395-2020.
beginning Thursday, December 6. 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 pages 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, December 3. Information listed in the Ontario Living Magazine may be subject to change.
Mail must not be postmarked earlier than November 30.
No mail-in registration for Tiny Tots and Adult Sports. Don’t let your favorite class get cancelled 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 Debit 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 & Community
Walk-in registration begins, Thursday, December 6. 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 On the battlefields, radio frequencies were not always reliable and
transmissions could be intercepted, so carrier pigeons were often
depended upon to convey intelligence messages and emergency
communications between the troops. Several of the specially trained
birds earned national acclaim for their military effort at the end of the
war, many which were housed at Ross Field, an Army training base
in Arcadia. In 1925 Ross Field was closed and the veteran pigeons
were redeployed. However, the eggs and nestlings that were left
behind were given to Capt. Delhauer for the purpose of establishing
the Chaffey High School pigeon racing lofts. The program proved
to be a popular extracurricular activity and the birds were entered
into local racing events, and were also used by its sports teams to
carry back results of their contests to the campus.

Alcatraz wasn’t the only California institution with a famous Capt. Delhauer, acutely aware that the brightly feathered
“Birdman.” Chaffey High School professor Ray R. Delhauer messengers made easy targets for skilled gunners, bred and cross-
was a well know “pigeoneer” and a foremost authority on bred the birds until he successfully developed a species of homing
the birds. At the onset of the First World War, Delhauer was one of 16 pigeon for military service. In 1940, “Pet,” a naturally camouflaged
officers chosen to command the Army Pigeon Service Training Program that homing pigeon, was the first of this specialized variety to hatch.
consisted of 800 pigeon handlers, and 15,000 birds stationed in 110 lofts These birds had high-speed long-distance endurance capabilities
throughout the United States. and coloration of mottled blue and gray which, while in flight, faded
into the sky. Nearly 400 of the distinctly colored birds were donated
to the Army during WWII by the Chaffey High School pigeon racing
lofts. Shown in this photograph is Capt. Ray Delhauer with members
of the 1947 Pigeon Club at Chaffey High School.

YaSar l GGETETINIVNOVLVOEDLVINED IN
NNEEIGIGHHBOBROHROHOOD OWDATWCHATCH

• Be observant
• Get to know your neighbors
• Report any suspicious activity
• Learn crime prevention tips

The City of Ontario is pleased to For more details or to schedule a Neighborhood Watch meeting contact:
announce the next citywide yard sale! Ontario Police Department Crime Prevention Unit

FEBRUARY (909) 395-2939 | [email protected]
1- 3, 2019

For more information visit
www.ontarioca.gov/yardsale

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Ontario Fire Department CITY NEWS

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 AMWakAeYsfurroemalslpcaocmebhuesattibelres,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.

AIfRyRouEShTaOveRa. 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.

Check out the 7
Made In Ontario Business Series
on the City of Ontario YouTube channel.

YouTube.com/CityofOntario

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CITY NEWS COMMUNITY LIFE &
CULTURE SPOTLIGHT

Welcome to your quarterly update on Community Life & Culture! If you haven’t already heard, the
City has created a new agency that brings the Ontario City Library, Ontario Museum of History
& Art, Recreation & Community Services, and the Arts & Culture program all under one umbrella
so there is synergy and consistency across our programs and events.

What makes a community have life are the connections that that all have important roles in our ecosystem. The ladybug,
for example, is a beneficial insect that helps to control the
people create and build with each other. All of the departments population of harmful insects, such as aphids. Bees are
and programs within our Agency help to build that shared important pollinators, and snails help to decompose leaves
community life whether it is through sports, art exhibits, or and enrich the soil. The sculpture also includes the mascot,
children’s story hours. Community life implies that we are not JASPER the Ant. JASPER stands for “July 4th All States Picnic
only delivering services, but that the work we do is woven into Euclid Avenue Regular Event. Originally established in 1916 as
the fabric of our community. Culture is important to us too, a dinner and then turned into a picnic, the annual event hosted
bringing culture to the city in all of our departments through Ontario residents who had moved here from other states. Visit
the humanities – literature, arts, performance, and music the park and see how many other livings things you can find
as well as respecting and representing the diverse cultural in the sculpture.
backgrounds of our community. We are excited to connect more
with the community that we serve! For now, here are a couple Ontario City Library

of spotlights that are happening in your community.

Arts & Culture The Colony High Branch Library invites you to participate
in the 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten Program! This
Check out the new public art piece, Nature Redone, at the program encourages you to read to your child before they
Civic Center Community Conservation Park. This sculpture start kindergarten.
is made from a Shamel Ash tree, Fraxinus uhdei, damaged For every 100 books read, your child will receive a new log
by disease and bark beetles. Rather than cutting down the and incentive. Once you reach 1,000 books, your child will be
tree and removing it entirely, area artist Eric Garcia was rewarded with a bag of goodies and recognized on the wall
invited to transform the tree into art. Using mostly a chainsaw, of fame at the Colony High Branch Library.
Mr. Garcia’s carvings include plants, insects, and creatures Stop by the Library today to start your log! For
more information call (909) 395-2256.

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Ontario Museum of History & Art CITY NEWS

Did you know that the City has its own public museum? The
Ontario Museum of History & Art enhances knowledge and
understanding of our community through dynamic and vibrant
experiences for all to enjoy. The Museum offers two permanent
exhibits, Gem of the Foothills and Road Ways as well as
traveling and rotating exhibits throughout the year.

Stay up-to-date with all of the Museum’s offerings
by calling (909) 395-2510 to get more information
about the latest exhibits and programs that are
currently being offered.

Recreation & Community Services

The City is happy to announce of a new futsal court added to by the members of the community from a variety of options
De Anza Park! Futsal is an exciting and fast-paced small sided but it was the final expenditure from the Kaiser HEAL grant.
soccer game. The game is played on a hard surface court The community is very proud of this addition within the park
with a smaller, low bounce ball. The futsal courts are open to and is looking forward to the main health opportunities it will
all ages. provide its users!
Also new at De Anza Park is a new outdoor fitness rig that
was chosen by members of the community. The new exercise For more information about amenities at De Anza
station will challenge advanced users and create the ultimate Park, contact the De Anza Community & Teen
environment for intense outdoor training. This particular Center at (909) 395-2030.
outdoor fitness rig is very unique in that it was not only chosen

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BASICS OF ELEMENTARY & CARTOON DRAWING 6 – 12 YEARS OIL PAINTING 12 YEARS+ ARTS & CRAFTS

Class combines essential basics of drawing and humorous Class covers composition and color mixing while exploring
cartoon curriculum. Students will improve drawing skills,
increase art vocabulary and create silly story characters and different styles and techniques of oil painting. Supply list
story sequences. All materials provided. Curriculum meets the
California State Standards for Visual Arts. †$6 available at the Armstrong Community Center. †$6

Instructor: Young Rembrandt Instructor: Nancy Kasten

Armstrong CC Tue 1/8 – 1/22 9:00a – 12:00p $44†

Armstrong CC Mon 2/4 – 3/4 4:00p – 4:45p $46† Armstrong CC Tue 2/5 – 2/26 9:00a – 12:00p $44†

COPPER ENAMELING 18 YEARS+ Armstrong CC Tue 3/5 – 3/26 9:00a – 12:00p $44†

Copper enameling is an ancient art form where copper is BEGINNING & INTERMEDIATE CERAMICS 15 YEARS+
Explore hand-building, pottery wheel and sculpture techniques.
the canvas, glass is the paint and the kiln fire is the brush. Students work on projects of their own choice once basic
construction is learned. All levels welcome! †$6
Create jewelry, pictures, dishes and more in a spacious studio ‡ Clay must be purchased in class (No class 11/20, 11/22)

environment. Purchase supplies in class. †$6 Instructor: JoAnne Campanella

(No class 11/20, 11/21) Armstrong CC Tue 1/8 – 2/12 6:30p – 9:30p $79‡

‡ Purchase supplies in class Instructors: Jan Mayne & Glenn Briggs Armstrong CC Thur 1/10 – 2/14 9:00a – 12:00p $79‡

Armstrong CC Tue 1/15 – 2/26 6:00p – 9:00p $65‡ Armstrong CC Tue 2/19 – 3/26 6:30p – 9:30p $79‡

Armstrong CC Wed 1/16 – 2/27 9:30a – 12:30p $65‡ Armstrong CC Thur 2/21 – 3/28 9:00a – 12:00p $79‡

Armstrong CC Wed 1/16 – 2/27 1:00p – 4:00p $65‡

Armstrong CC Wed 1/16 – 2/27 6:00p – 9:00p $65‡

Armstrong CC Tue 3/5 – 4/16 6:00p – 9:00p $65‡ QUILTING FRIENDS 18 YEARS+

Armstrong CC Wed 3/6 – 4/17 9:30a – 12:30p $65‡ Come and make new friends while quilting. All levels welcome!

Work on a common project with the group or work on your own.

Armstrong CC Wed 3/6 – 4/17 1:00p – 4:00p $65‡ Students must know how to use their own sewing machine. †$3

Armstrong CC Wed 3/6 – 4/17 6:00p – 9:00p $65‡ ‡ Students must bring their own sewing machine and materials

ILLUSTRATION FOR KIDS AND ADULTS 6 YEARS+ Instructor: Yolanda Reyes

Learn the basic techniques for illustration by focusing on Armstrong CC Wed 1/9 – 1/30 1:00p – 4:00p $12‡

storytelling through images and diving into comic strip Armstrong CC Wed 2/6 – 2/27 1:00p – 4:00p $12‡

storytelling, character design, ideal illustration style for Armstrong CC Wed 3/6 – 3/27 1:00p – 4:00p $12‡

backgrounds and the skills to work your comic. †$6 QUILTING CLUB 15 YEARS+

‡ $10 - $15 Materials fee. Students with quilting experience will work on quilting projects

(No class 1/21) Instructor: DJ Hughes in class and share ideas and suggestions. †$3

6 – 12 YEARS ‡ Students must bring their own sewing machine and materials

Armstrong CC Mon 11/26 – 12/17 5:00p – 6:00p $52‡ Instructor: Yolanda Reyes

Armstrong CC Mon 1/7 – 2/4 5:00p – 6:00p $52‡ Armstrong CC Tue 1/8 – 1/29 6:00p – 9:00p $12‡

Armstrong CC Mon 2/25 – 3/18 5:00p – 6:00p $52‡ Armstrong CC Tue 2/5 – 2/26 6:00p – 9:00p $12‡

13 YEARS+ Armstrong CC Tue 3/5 – 3/26 6:00p – 9:00p $12‡
Armstrong CC Mon 11/26 – 12/17 6:00p – 7:30p $52‡
SEW MUCH FUN CLUB 9 – 12 YEARS
Armstrong CC Mon 1/7 – 2/4 6:00p – 7:30p $52‡
Have fun and learn how to sew beginner projects such as a
Armstrong CC Mon 2/25 – 3/18 6:00p – 7:30p $52‡ pillowcase, wallet, tote bag or table runner. Each student will
learn all the basics to get them started on their own sewing
projects. Sewing machines supplied in class. †$6
‡ Supply list will be provided in class. Some supplies are provided.

Instructor: Yolanda Reyes

Armstrong CC Fri 1/4 – 1/25 4:00p – 6:00p $27‡

Armstrong CC Fri 2/1 – 2/22 4:00p – 6:00p $27‡

Armstrong CC Fri 3/8 – 3/29 4:00p – 6:00p $27‡

† Non-resident Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments
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DANCE & EXERCISE MEXICAN FOLKLORE DANCE 4 – 18 YEARS HULA FOR ALL 4 YEARS+

Students will learn discipline, culture and social skills at the same Hula dance is for everyone, especially the young at heart! Learn

time they are learning the Mexican culture through dance. †$6 the Hawaiian culture of Hula through hula kahiko (ancient) and

Instructor: Maria Alvarez hula‘auana (modern) with the story and meaning behind each

DeAnza CC Tue 1/8 – 1/29 5:00p – 6:00p $37† mele (song). †$6

DeAnza CC Tue 2/5 – 2/26 5:00p – 6:00p $37† ‡ $5 to $12 additional family member discount may apply
‡ $5 supply fee payable to instructor. Costume fee payable to instructor.
DeAnza CC Tue 3/5 – 3/26 5:00p – 6:00p $37† Class is affiliated with Hula Club.

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 1/8 – 1/29 5:30p – 6:15p $35‡

kickboxing taught by Black Belt martial artists. Great body Westwind CC Tue 2/5 – 2/26 5:30p – 6:15p $35‡

conditioning! Hand protection required. †$6 Westwind CC Tue 3/5 – 4/2 5:30p – 6:15p $35‡
YOUTH LEVEL II (Prerequisite: Youth 1) 8 – 14 YEARS
(No class 12/25, 1/21, 2/18)

Class is held at Combined Martial Science

13611 12th Street Unit A, Chino (909) 238-9217 Westwind CC Tue 1/8 – 1/29 6:15p – 7:15p $35‡

www.combinedmartialscience.com Westwind CC Tue 2/5 – 2/26 6:15p – 7:15p $35‡

‡ $20 t-shirt fee payable to the instructor, additional for hand protection Westwind CC Tue 3/5 – 4/2 6:15p – 7:15p $35‡
ADULT LEVEL I 15 YEARS+
Instructor: Combined Martial Science Staff

ComMarSci Tu/Th 12/4 – 12/27 9:00a – 10:00a $62‡ Westwind CC Thur 1/10 – 1/31 6:15p – 7:15p $35‡

ComMarSci M/W 1/2 – 1/30 9:00a – 10:00a $57‡ Westwind CC Thur 2/7 – 2/28 6:15p – 7:15p $35‡

ComMarSci M/W 2/5 – 2/27 9:00a – 10:00a $52‡ Westwind CC Thur 3/7 – 3/28 6:15p – 7:15p $35‡
15 YEARS+
ComMarSci M/W 3/4 – 3/27 9:00a – 10:00a $52‡ ADULT LEVEL II
(Instructor approval required)
YOGA 14 YEARS+

Relax after a long day, by developing strength, flexibility, Westwind CC Tue 1/8 – 1/29 7:15p – 8:30p $35‡

balance, endurance and muscle tone through deep diaphragm Westwind CC Tue 2/5 – 2/26 7:15p – 8:30p $35‡

breathing and exercises. A great stress relief! †$6

(No class 12/25) Instructor: Combined Martial Science Staff Westwind CC Tue 3/5 – 4/2 7:15p – 8:30p $35‡

DeAnza CC Tue 12/4 – 12/18 6:00p – 7:00p $17‡

DeAnza CC Tue 1/8 – 1/29 6:00p – 7:00p $27‡

DeAnza CC Tue 2/5 – 2/26 6:00p – 7:00p $22‡

DeAnza CC Tue 3/5 – 3/26 6:00p – 7:00p $22‡

POM-POM/CHEER/DRILL TEAM 5 - 15 YEARS

Learn all three skills in one super fun class! Perform in parades,

shows and events. Class teaches confidence, coordination, team-

work and spirit; all while having fun and making new friends.

www.cyscallstars.com †$6

‡ $25 for performance pom-poms and $80 for performance uniform

payable to instructor at a later date.
Instructor: California Youth Spirit Corp

5 – 7 YEARS

Armstrong CC Wed 1/16 – 4/3 6:30p – 7:00p $92‡
8 – 15 YEARS

Armstrong CC Wed 1/16 – 4/3 7:10p – 7:40p $92‡

† Non-resident Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments

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THE DANCE SHOP 2 YEARS+ GYMNASTICS – BEGINNING 6 – 11 YEARS DANCE & EXERCISE

The Dance Shop Performing Arts Center is located at Students learn gymnastic skills and fundamentals. Class

1640 S. Grove, Unit A, Ontario (909) 947-2787 includes warm-up exercises for conditioning and flexibility, as

www.ontariothedanceshop.com †$6 Instructor: The Dance Shop well as mat and balance beam work. (No class 2/18)

TAP & BALLET COMBO 3 - 7 YEARS ‡ Children should wear comfortable clothing

Combo classes build poise, coordination and grace. Tap will PRE – GYMNASTICS 4 - 6 YEARS
Dance Shop Thur 1/10 – 2/7 5:30p – 6:30p $48‡
help with rhythmic training and ballet will help to develop Dance Shop Thur 2/14 – 3/14 5:30p – 6:30p $48‡
posture and grace. Tap and ballet shoes required.

3 – 4 YEARS

Dance Shop Tue 1/8 – 2/5 4:30p – 5:30p $48‡ BEGINNING 6 - 8 YEARS
Dance Shop Mon 4:30p – 5:30p $48‡
Dance Shop Tue 2/12 – 3/12 4:30p – 5:30p $48‡ Dance Shop Mon 1/7 – 2/4 4:30p – 5:30p $48‡
2/11 – 3/11
Dance Shop Wed 1/9 – 2/6 4:30p – 5:30p $48‡

Dance Shop Wed 2/13 – 3/13 4:30p – 5:30p $48‡ BEGINNING 7 YEARS+
Dance Shop Sat 1/12 – 2/9 9:30a – 10:30a $48‡ Dance Shop Sat 1/12 – 2/9 10:30a – 11:30a $48‡
Dance Shop Sat 2/16 – 3/16 9:30a – 10:30a $48‡ Dance Shop Sat 2/16 – 3/16 10:30a – 11:30a $48‡
5 - 7 YEARS
Dance Shop Tue 1/8 –2/5 5:30p – 6:30p $48‡ HIP HOP
Dance Shop Tue 2/12 – 3/12 5:30p – 6:30p $48‡ Learn all the latest moves including turns and patterns to get
Dance Shop Fri 1/11 – 2/8 4:30p – 5:30p $48‡ you dancing. Builds confidence, coordination and will get you
Dance Shop Fri 2/15 – 3/15 4:30p – 5:30p $48‡ in shape. (No class 1/21, 2/18)
Dance Shop Sat 1/12 – 2/9 8:30a – 9:30a $48‡ 5 - 7 YEARS

Dance Shop Sat 2/16 – 3/16 8:30a – 9:30a $48‡ Dance Shop Mon 1/7 – 2/4 5:30p – 6:30p $48‡

CLASSICAL BEGINNING BALLET 8 YEARS+ Dance Shop Mon 2/11 – 3/11 5:30p – 6:30p $48‡
6 - 9 YEARS
Learn the graceful and beautiful techniques of ballet. Students
Dance Shop Wed 1/9 – 2/6 5:30p – 6:30p $48‡
will learn poise and coordination while learning the basics of
Dance Shop Wed 2/13 – 3/13 5:30p – 6:30p $48‡

this popular dance style. Ballet shoes required. 8 YEARS+

Dance Shop Sat 1/12 – 2/9 9:30a – 10:30a $48‡ Dance Shop Wed 1/9 – 2/6 7:30p – 8:30p $48‡
Dance Shop Sat 2/16 – 3/16 9:30a – 10:30a $48‡
Dance Shop Wed 2/13 – 3/13 7:30p – 8:30p $48‡

CREATIVE MOVEMENT 2 – 3 YEARS COMMERCIAL HIP HOP 10 YEARS+

Class introduces the joy of dance to your child while building Dance Shop Mon 1/7 – 2/4 7:30p – 8:30p $48‡

coordination and confidence. Ribbons, mats, hoops and props Dance Shop Wed 2/11 – 3/11 7:30p – 8:30p $48‡

will make this class fun! Ballet shoes required.

(No class 1/21, 2/18) HIP HOP/JAZZ/FUNK 10 YEARS+

Dance Shop Thur 1/10 – 2/7 6:30p – 7:15p $48‡ Dance Shop Mon 1/7 – 2/4 6:30p – 7:30p $48‡

Dance Shop Thur 2/14 – 3/14 6:30p – 7:15p $48‡ Dance Shop Mon 2/11 – 3/11 6:30p – 7:30p $48‡
Dance Shop Mon 1/7 – 2/4 4:30p – 5:15p $48‡
Dance Shop Mon 2/11 – 3/11 4:30p – 5:15p $48‡ TAP Tue 1/8 – 2/5 8 YEARS+
Dance Shop Tue 2/12 – 3/12 6:30p – 7:30p $48‡
Dance Shop Sat 1/12 – 2/9 8:30a – 9:15a $48‡ Dance Shop 6:30p – 7:30p $48‡
Dance Shop Sat 2/16 – 3/16 8:30a – 9:15a $48‡
LYRICAL 7 YEARS+
BEGINNING JAZZ 1/9 – 2/6 7 YEARS+ Dance Shop Tue 1/8 – 2/5 5:30p – 6:30p $48‡
Dance Shop Wed 2/13 – 3/13 5:30p – 6:30p $48‡ Dance Shop Tue 2/12 – 3/12 5:30p – 6:30p $48‡
Dance Shop Wed 5:30p – 6:30p $48‡

† Non-resident Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments
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DANCE & EXERCISE ONTARIO OVATION TWIRLERS 6 – 18 YEARS RHYTHM ADDICT DANCE STUDIO 16 YEARS+

Learn the basics of baton twirling in this fun class. Students will The following classes are held at Rhythm Addict Dance Studio,

progress monthly with more advanced skills and choreography 10373 Trademark Street, Suite E, Rancho Cucamonga, 91730.

and will have the opportunity to participate in parades with Instructor: Rhythm Addict Dance Studio

continued enrollment. †$4 BALLROOM FOR COUPLES 16 YEARS+

‡$30 supply fee is payable to the instructor for the baton; additional Bring your sweetie and rekindle your romance on the dance floor.

items can be purchased on an optional basis. These beginning level classes will teach you different dances

(No Class 12/19, 1/16, 2/13, 2/20) Instructor: Catherine Ross throughout the year and is a great reason for a date night!

BEGINNING (TINKER TWIRLERS) Please include partner’s name when registering.‡ Couples Fee

Westwind CC Wed 12/5 – 12/26 4:00p – 4:50p $40‡ 1ST SESSION (No Class 3/29)

Westwind CC Wed 1/2 – 1/30 4:00p – 4:50p $40‡ Jitterbug Swing Fri 1/4 – 2/22 8:00p – 8:50p $90‡
2ND SESSION

Westwind CC Wed 2/6 – 2/27 4:00p – 4:50p $20‡ Waltz Fri 3/1 – 4/26 8:00p – 8:50p $90‡

INTERMEDIATE (INSTRUCTOR APPROVAL REQUIRED) BEGINNING SALSA 16 YEARS+
(INSTRUCTOR APPROVAL REQUIRED) (TWIRLING STARS)
Come learn fun and exciting Salsa dances. This is the studio’s
most popular dance class! Lessons are broken down into 4 easy
Westwind CC Wed 12/5 – 12/26 5:00p – 5:50p $40‡ to learn patterns that are stitched together to create a seamless

Westwind CC Wed 1/2 – 1/30 5:00p – 5:50p $40‡ pattern of dance. †$6

Westwind CC Wed 2/6 – 2/27 5:00p – 5:50p $20‡ Instructor: Rhythm Addict Dance Studio

ADVANCED RhythmAddict Sat 1/5 – 1/26 9:00a – 9:50a $49†
(INSTRUCTOR APPROVAL REQUIRED) (TWIRLERETTES)
RhythmAddict Tue 1/8 – 1/29 7:00p – 7:50p $49†

Westwind CC Wed 12/5 – 12/26 6:00p – 6:50p $40‡ RhythmAddict Thur 1/10 – 1/31 7:00p – 7:50p $49†

Westwind CC Wed 1/2 – 1/30 6:00p – 6:50p $40‡ RhythmAddict Sat 2/2 – 2/23 9:00a – 9:50a $49†

Westwind CC Wed 2/6 – 2/27 6:00p – 6:50p $20‡ RhythmAddict Tue 2/5 – 2/26 7:00p – 7:50p $49†

LINE DANCE WORKSHOP 12 YEARS+ RhythmAddict Thur 2/7 – 2/28 7:00p – 7:50p $49†

Learn popular new and old line dances! Excellent exercise RhythmAddict Sat 3/2 – 3/23 9:00a – 9:50a $49†

and a fun social activity – no partner needed! †$4 RhythmAddict Tue 3/5 – 3/26 7:00p – 7:50p $49†

(No class 1/21, 2/18) Instructor: Ann Marie Dunn

ALL LEVELS RhythmAddict Thur 3/7 – 3/28 7:00p – 7:50p $49†

SeniorCtr Mon 1/7 – 1/28 4:30p – 5:20p $20† BEGINNING BACHATA 16 YEARS+
Come learn fun and exciting Bachata dances. Lessons are
SeniorCtr Mon 2/4 – 2/25 4:30p – 5:20p $20† broken down into 4 easy to learn patterns that are stitched

SeniorCtr Mon 3/4 – 3/25 4:30p – 5:20p $26† together to create a seamless pattern of dance. †$6

ZUMBA GOLD MIX 18 YEARS+ Instructor: Rhythm Addict Dance Studio

This lower impact dance exercise for adults is a fusion of Cha RhythmAddict Sat 1/5 – 1/26 9:00a – 9:50a $49†

Cha, Salsa, and other Latin inspired dance steps mixed with RhythmAddict Wed 1/9 – 1/30 7:00p – 7:50p $49†

Line Dance and some Rock & Roll - fun for everyone!) RhythmAddict Sat 2/2 – 2/23 9:00a - 9:50a $49†

(No class 1/21, 2/18) Instructor: Ginger Dollarhide

Senior Center M/W 1/7 – 1/30 6:00p – 6:45p Free RhythmAddict Wed 2/6 – 2/27 7:00p – 7:50p $49†

Senior Center M/W 2/4 – 2/27 6:00p – 6:45p Free RhythmAddict Sat 3/2 – 3/23 9:00a - 9:50a $49†

Senior Center M/W 3/4 – 3/27 6:00p – 6:45p Free RhythmAddict Wed 3/6 – 3/27 7:00p – 7:50p $49†

† Non-resident Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments

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ARTS & DANCE & EXERCISE
CULTURE

Visit the new and improved
Arts & Culture website to find

upcoming events in the
City of Ontario.

ONTARIOARTS.ORG VROELCURNUTITEIENRGS

For more information, call or fill out a
Museum Volunteer application online.

† Non-resident Fee (909) 395-2510

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‡ Additional Fee/Comments
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SPECIAL INTEDREASNT/CEX&C EUXRESIRCOINSES DRIVER’S EDUCATION – ONLINE COURSE 15 YEARS+ UKULELE 5 – 12 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 Students will learn the fundamentals of playing the ukulele as
scenarios. Learn the rules of the road, driver responsibility, DMV
procedures and much more. A licensed instructor is available to answer well as some popular songs! This course will also cover tuning,
any questions. Receive DMV-approved Certificate of Completion. †$6
music theory, how to read music, rhythm and vocal exercises.
Instructor will contact student after completed registration.
Participant will need their own instruments; the instructor can
Instructor: Erika Vieyra (Safety Drivers Ed)
advise on purchase of ukulele in class. www.leranwang.com †$6

Instructor: Leran Wang

BEGINNING LEVEL 1

REGISTRATION BY FEE Armstrong CC Fri 1/11 – 2/15 4:30p – 5:15p $50†

1/2 $41‡ Armstrong CC Fri 2/22 – 3/29 4:30p – 5:15p $50†

2/1 $41‡ PERCUSSION 4 – 10 YEARS

3/1 $41‡ Learn the fundamentals of rhythm by playing with a variety of

PIANO KEYBOARD 4 – 14 YEARS (Adults with Approval) percussion instruments in a supporting atmosphere that focuses on

Class introduces instrument part names, music theory, ear training learning through fun in order to retain interest for a growing musical

and solfege singing. Learn the fundamental knowledge of playing mind. Class is geared towards those who have little or no prior

the keyboard piano with one hand and both hands. Participants drumming experience. Percussion instruments will be provided during

must bring a small keyboard to class. Instructor is also available the class. A new rhythmic concept will be taught each week. This

for individual assistance for 15 minutes after class. This class class continues after the end of each session. www.leranwang.com

continues the end of each session. www.leranwang.com †$6 Armstrong CC Fri 1/11 – 2/15 6:30p – 7:15p $50†

(No class 1/21, 2/18) Instructor: Leran Wang Armstrong CC Fri 2/22 – 3/29 6:30p – 7:15p $50†

BEGINNING LEVEL 1 ACTING FOR KIDS AND ADULTS

Armstrong CC Mon 1/14 – 3/25 5:30p – 6:15p $92† This class teaches the essentials for live stage performances

BEGINNING LEVEL 2 using theater games to discover how to use your voice and
(Instructor Approval Required)
physicality to tell a story. Lessons focus on teamwork as well as

Armstrong CC Mon 1/14 – 3/25 6:30p – 7:15p $92† being able to take charge on your own to perform on stage in

a variety of conditions. †$6

GUITAR 7 – 14 YEARS (Adults with Approval) (No class 1/21, 2/18) Instructor: Kelsey Cole

Level 1 introduces the instrument part names, tuning, music 6 – 13 YEARS

theory, how to read music, learning the basic chords, group Armstrong CC Mon 1/7 – 2/4 4:30p – 6:00p $52†

rhythm and singing exercises. Techniques such as picking and

strumming are also taught in Level 1. Level 2 is the continuous Armstrong CC Mon 2/25 – 3/18 4:30p – 6:00p $52†

class for Level 1, which focuses on learning to play and sing UPLAND MUSIC SCHOOL
The following classes are held at Upland Music School,
popular songs. Participants must bring a guitar to the first class. 791 E. Foothill Boulevard Suite H, Upland (909) 608-0213. †$6

www.leranwang.com †$6 Instructor: Upland Music School Staff

(No class 1/21, 2/18) Instructor: Leran Wang

BEGINNING LEVEL 1

Armstrong CC Mon 1/14 – 3/25 4:30p – 5:15p $92† GROOVIN’ GUITAR 6 YEARS+

BEGINNING LEVEL 2 Learn simple melodies, and develop basic guitar techniques;
(Instructor Approval Required)
also learn basic chords and note reading skills. Student must

Armstrong CC Thur 1/10 – 2/14 4:30p – 5:15p $62† bring or rent guitar. Guitar rental available at $30 for 5 weeks.

‡$20 supply fee is payable to instructor

Armstrong CC Thur 2/21 – 3/28 4:30p – 5:15p $62† 6 – 11 YEARS

Upland Music Fri 1/18 – 2/15 4:30p – 5:30p $62‡

12 YEARS+

Upland Music Fri 1/18 – 2/15 5:45p – 6:45p $62‡

† Non-resident Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments

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KEYBOARD/PIANO INTRODUCTION 3 YEARS+ DSPAENCCIAEL&INEXTEERRECSITS/EEXCURSIONS

Learn the basics of playing piano; including bowing technique,

finger position and more. Keyboard rental available at $30 for

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

3 – 5 YEARS

Upland Music Mon 1/14 – 2/11 4:15p – 5:00p $62‡

6 – 9 YEARS

Upland Music Mon 1/14 – 2/11 5:00p – 5:45p $62‡

10 YEARS+

Upland Music Mon 1/14 – 2/11 5:45p – 6:30p $62‡

SING OUT LOUD 6 YEARS+

Students learn proper vocal technique and develop healthy

singing voices through popular songs. The instructor will help

identify your vocal range and improve the weaker areas in voice.

6 – 11 YEARS

Upland Music Tue 1/15 – 2/12 4:30p – 5:30p $62‡

12 YEARS+

Upland Music Tue 1/15 – 2/12 5:45p – 6:45p $62‡

ONTARIO COMMUNITY
COLLEGE PROMISE
PROGRAM SPOTLIGHT!

Chayla Brown (on left) and Yanely Ontario’s Community College Promise Program provides a scholarship for high
Pena (on right) doing outreach at school graduates, which provides free tuition for up to two consecutive years
at a California Community College of the student’s choice. The Ontario City
Chaffey High School 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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The perfect combination of dance and fitness. Designed for everyone to get healthy. Classes
offered at various community centers in Ontario.

FREE CLASSES SITES DAYS TIMES
JOIN TODAY!
All locations will be subject to closing in observance CLC WED 6:00p
of State & Local Holidays. Please check with the center DA MON – FRI 8:00a
DAQ MON 8:30a/7:00p
to see their posting on closures. WED 8:30a
FBC TUE/FRI 8:00a
Center Locations OHC THUR 8:00a
WW TUE 6:00p
CLC Christian Life Center 718 E. Maitland Avenue (909) 994-3057 TUE/THUR 8:00a/5:00p
1405 S. Fern Avenue (909) 395-2030 MÑZ FRI 8:00a
DA De Anza Community & SBV MON 10:00a
Teen Center 1010 S. Bon View Avenue (909) 395-2300 VMP 6:00p
WED 10:00a
DAQ Dorothy A. Quesada 1023 S. Sultana Avenue (909) 983-7319 FRI 9:00a
Community Center 150 E. Holt Boulevard (909) 387-6225 TUE/THUR 6:00p
2455 E. Riverside Drive (909) 395-2506 WED/FRI 10:00a
FBC Friendship Baptist Church 1240 W. Fourth Street (909) 395-2622 MON 8:00a
MON/WED 4:00p
OHC Ontario Health Center 2025 S. Bon View Avenue (909) 395-2020 (KIDS CLASS)
1257 E. D Street (909) 986-5847 THUR 9:00a
WW Westwind Community Center SAT 10:00a

MÑZ Anthony Muñoz
SBV Community Center
South Bon View Park

VMP Veterans Memorial Park

HE A LT H Y www.behealthyontario.com

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TINY TOTS 3 – 5 YEARS ONLINE REGISTRATION is available at no additional cost. DTIANNYCTEO&TSEXERCISE
First-time and Ontario resident participants registering online
ENRICHMENT LEARNING PROGRAM must show proof of birth and residency prior to the first day
of Tiny Tots. Walk-in registration is accepted at the Armstrong
LOCATIONS: or De Anza Community & Teen Centers. Parents/Guardians
must bring in proof of birth and Ontario residency at the time
CC is Community Center. of registration. No phone or mail-in registration.
De Anza CC • 1405 S. Fern Avenue • (909) 395-2030
Muñoz CC • 1240 W. Fourth Street • (909) 933-3596 Due to the popularity of this program, NO REFUNDS or
DAQ CC • 1010 S. Bon View Avenue • (909) 395-2300 CREDITS will be issued unless the class is canceled.
Westwind CC • 2455 E. Riverside Drive • (909) 395-2506
Registering for Session 4 will give you priority for Session 5.
The Tiny Tots Enrichment Learning Program is dedicated to A letter will be sent home with your child explaining priority
improving the well-being of all young children. Children registration.
learn through art, literacy, science and math, interactive and
purposeful play.

Three year olds learn to transition successfully from home to NEW PARENT ORIENTATION: If your child is attending
school in a relaxed fun-filled educational environment while the program for the first time, one parent or other approved
developing social and motor skills. Four and five year olds will representative will be required to stay for a brief orientation
continue to develop, gain and refine skills needed for successful on the first day of class.
social development and school readiness as they transition
into kindergarten. Children must meet the age requirement by the first day of class.
Children are not permitted to attend more than one class in a
Classes are taught by experienced recreation staff with session. NO EXCEPTIONS. For more information please call
a student to teacher ratio of 7 to 1. Please call if you are (909) 395-2020.
interested in a class that has a Spanish speaking teacher.

Children must be potty trained. No pull-ups allowed.

SESSION 3 (NO CLASS 12/17, 12/24 – 1/4, 1/21) SESSION 4 (NO CLASS 2/18)

* 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 11/26 – 1/25 9:00a – 12:00p $152 De Anza CC* M/W/F 2/4 – 3/22 9:00a – 12:00p $160
De Anza CC** T/Th 11/27 – 1/24 9:00a – 12:00p $112 De Anza CC** T/Th 2/5 – 3/21 9:00a – 12:00p $112
Westwind CC* M/W/F 11/26 – 1/25 9:00a – 12:00p $152 Westwind CC* M/W/F 2/4 – 3/22 9:00a – 12:00p $160
Westwind CC** T/Th 11/27 – 1/24 9:00a – 12:00p $112 Westwind CC** T/Th 2/5 – 3/21 9:00a – 12:00p $112
2/4 – 3/22 9:00a – 12:00p $160
DAQ CC*** M/W/F 11/26 – 1/25 9:00a – 12:00p $152 DAQ CC** M/W/F 2/4 – 3/22 9:00a – 12:00p $160
Muñoz CC*** M/W/F 11/26 – 1/25 9:00a – 12:00p $152 Muñoz CC*** M/W/F

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

Parents learn to guide their child’s development in language Learn all the ice skating basics on a toddler level. †$6

and coordination skills. This fun and interactive class features Admission to Open Skating sessions is free.

art, crafts, music and games. A great first classroom experience ‡$3 Weekly skate rental fee. Instructor: Ontario Ice Skating Center Staff

for your child! †$6 Ontario Ice Ctr Thur 1/10 – 2/28 6:00p – 6:30p $54‡

‡ $5 supply fee is payable to the instructor at first class. Ontario Ice Ctr Sat 1/12 – 3/2 12:45p – 1:15p $54‡

Instructor: Irma Zendejas

Armstrong CC Tue 12/4 – 12/18 5:30p – 6:30p $37‡ TOT ICE HOCKEY @ ONTARIO ICE 2 – 5 YEARS

Armstrong CC Tue 1/8 – 1/22 5:30p – 6:30p $37‡ This class focuses on beginning fundamentals: skating, stopping

with the puck, hockey positions, pivot turns, stick handling and

Armstrong CC Tue 2/5 – 2/26 5:30p – 6:30p $37‡ shooting. †$6 Admission to Open Skating sessions is free.

Armstrong CC Wed 12/5 – 12/19 5:30p – 6:30p $37‡ ‡ $3 Weekly skate rental fee

Armstrong CC Wed 1/9 – 1/23 5:30p – 6:30p $37‡ Instructor: Ontario Ice Skating Center Staff

Armstrong CC Wed 2/6 – 2/27 5:30p – 6:30p $37‡ Ontario Ice Ctr Thur 1/10 – 2/28 6:00p – 6:30p $54‡

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,

yoga and martial arts. Class is held at Combined Martial

Science, 13611 12 th Street Unit A, Chino †$6

‡ $20 t-shirt fee payable to instructor.

(No Class 1/21, 2/18)

13611 12th St. Unit A Chino (909) 224-1107 GIVE A
Instructor: Combined Martial Science Staff HELPING HAND.
VOLUNTEER AND
ComMarSci Mon 12/3 –12/17 3:00p – 4:00p $32‡ MAKE A DIFFERENCE

ComMarSci Mon 1/7– 1/28 3:00p – 4:00p $62‡ For information or to complete a
volunteer application, call the
ComMarSci Tue 2/5– 2/26 3:00p – 4:00p $57‡ Recreation & Community
Services Department at
ComMarSci Tue 3/5 – 3/26 3:00p – 4:00p $57‡
(909) 395-2020
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 1/5 – 2/2 11:00a – 11:30a $57

Center Ice Arena Sat 2/9 – 3/9 11:00a – 11:30a $57

TOT AND ME ICE SKATING @ CENTER ICE 3 – 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. †$6 Additional tot skater is $25.

Instructor: Center Ice Skating Staff

Center Ice Arena Sat 1/5 – 2/2 11:00a – 11:30a $57

Center Ice Arena Sat 2/9 – 3/9 11:00a – 11:30a $57

† Non-resident Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments

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MISS TRACCEE’S PRESCHOOL 1 – 6 YEARS 1s & 2s 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 Children must be potty trained. No ‡ $6 supply fee payable to instructor.

pull-ups allowed. Armstrong CC Thur 1/10 – 2/7 9:00a – 10:00a $35‡

(No class 1/21, 2/18) Instructor: Traccee Theokari Armstrong CC Thur 2/14 – 3/14 9:00a – 10:00a $35‡

PRESCHOOL 3s & 4s 3 – 4 YEARS Armstrong CC Thur 3/21 – 5/2 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.

Non-parent participation class. 2s WITH MISS TRACCEE 2 YEARS

‡ $10 – $12 supply fee payable to instructor. Parents/caregiver participate with your two year old child in

Armstrong CC Mon 1/7 – 2/4 12:15p – 2:15p $50‡ a classroom setting that includes creative play, arts & crafts,

Armstrong CC Tue 1/8 – 2/5 9:00a – 11:00a $60‡ music, story and circle time. †$6

‡ $6 supply fee payable to instructor.

Armstrong CC Wed 1/9 – 2/6 12:15p – 2:15p $60‡ Armstrong CC Thur 1/10 – 2/7 10:00a – 11:00a $35‡

Armstrong CC Fri 1/11 – 2/8 9:00a – 11:00a $60‡ Armstrong CC Thur 2/14 – 3/14 10:00a – 11:00a $35‡

Armstrong CC Mon 2/11 – 3/11 12:15p – 2:15p $50‡ Armstrong CC Thur 3/21 – 5/2 10:00a – 11:00a $35‡

Armstrong CC Tue 2/12 – 3/12 9:00a – 11:00a $60‡

Armstrong CC Wed 2/13 – 3/13 12:15p – 2:15p $60‡ PRESCHOOL ABCs & 123s 3 – 5 YEARS

Armstrong CC Fri 2/15 – 3/15 9:00a – 11:00a $60‡ This fun class focuses on the alphabet, numbers, colors and

Armstrong CC Mon 3/18 – 4/29 12:15p – 2:15p $60‡ shapes through recognition, writing, counting and sorting. A

supply fee is payable to the instructor in class. †$6

Armstrong CC Tue 3/19 – 4/30 9:00a – 11:00a $60‡ ‡ $6 supply fee payable to instructor.

Armstrong CC Wed 3/20 – 5/1 12:15p – 2:15p $60‡ Armstrong CC Thur 1/10 – 2/7 11:00a – 12:00p $35‡

Armstrong CC Fri 3/22 – 5/3 9:00a – 11:00a $60‡ Armstrong CC Thur 2/14 – 3/14 11:00a – 12:00p $35‡

Armstrong CC Thur 3/21 – 5/2 11:00a – 12:00p $35‡

PRESCHOOL 4s & 5s 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 1/7 – 2/4 9:00a – 12:00p $65‡ Armstrong CC Thur 1/10 – 2/7 12:15p – 1:15p $35‡

Armstrong CC Tue 1/8 – 2/5 11:15a – 2:15p $80‡ Armstrong CC Thur 2/14 – 3/14 12:15p – 1:15p $35‡

Armstrong CC Wed 1/9 – 2/6 9:00a – 12:00p $80‡ Armstrong CC Thur 3/21 – 5/2 12:15p – 1:15p $35‡

Armstrong CC Fri 1/11 – 2/8 11:15a – 2:15p $80‡

Armstrong CC Mon 2/11 – 3/11 9:00a – 12:00p $65‡ BEGINNING MATH SKILLS 4 – 6 YEARS

Armstrong CC Tue 2/12 – 3/12 11:15a – 2:15p $80‡ Students are introduced to the beginning concepts of math

including patterns, measuring, adding, subtracting and

Armstrong CC Wed 2/13 – 3/13 9:00a – 12:00p $80‡ working with double digit numbers. †$6

Armstrong CC Fri 2/15 –3/15 11:15a – 2:15p $80‡ ‡$6 supply fee payable to instructor.

Armstrong CC Mon 3/18 – 4/29 9:00a – 12:00p $80‡ Armstrong CC Thur 1/10 – 2/7 1:15p – 2:15p $35‡

Armstrong CC Tue 3/19 – 4/30 11:15a – 2:15p $80‡ Armstrong CC Thur 2/14 – 3/14 1:15p – 2:15p $35‡

Armstrong CC Wed 3/20 – 5/1 9:00a – 12:00p $80‡ Armstrong CC Thur 3/21 – 5/2 1:15p – 2:15p $35‡

Armstrong CC Fri 3/22 – 5/3 11:15a – 2:15p $80‡

† Non-resident Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments
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DASPNCOERT&SECXLEARSCSIESSE CROSSFIT CLASSES 5 YEARS+ BEGINNING ICE SKATING @ CENTER ICE 6 – 12 YEARS
This introduction class includes forward skating, swizzles and
All classes listed below are at CrossFit Kinnick, 3550 E. back wiggles. Skate rental and free public skating the day of class
is included. Instructors are U.S. Figure Skating certified. †$6
Philadelphia Street #160, Ontario or at 166 S. 2nd Avenue,
Instructor: Center Ice Arena Staff
Upland. (909) 983-4744 Instructor: CrossFit Kinnick Trainers
www.crossfitkinnick.com Center Ice Arena Sat 1/5 – 2/2 11:00a – 11:30a $57†

CROSSFIT FOR KIDS 7 – 12 YEARS Center Ice Arena Sat 2/9 – 3/9 11:00a – 11:30a $57†

Get your kids in a CrossFit program designed for them! Kids

will build motor skills and learn to move safely through active

games and activities. †$6 Location: Ontario BEGINNING ICE HOCKEY @ ONTARIO ICE 6 – 14 YEARS
This class focuses on beginning fundamentals: skating,
CrossFit Kinnick Thur 1/3 – 1/24 5:30p – 6:00p $45† stopping with the puck, hockey positions, pivot turns, stick
handling and shooting. Students who know the basics will find
CrossFit Kinnick Thur 2/7 – 2/28 5:00p – 5:30p $45† the intermediate class challenging and fun. †$6

CrossFit Kinnick Thur 3/7 – 3/28 5:00p – 5:30p $45† ‡ $3 weekly skate rental fee; Admission to Open Skating sessions is free.

CROSSFIT FOR HOMESCHOOL 9 – 17 YEARS Instructor: Ontario Ice Skating Staff

Get your kids involved in a fun exercise program designed for

them! Kids will learn to move safely through exercise, all while Ontario Ice Ctr Tue 1/8 – 2/26 6:30p – 7:00p $54‡

developing the 10 physical skills. Join us for our daytime Youth

Class. †$6 Location: Ontario (No Class 1/21, 2/18) BEGINNING ICE SKATING @ ONTARIO ICE 6 YEARS+

CrossFit Kinnick M/W 1/2 – 1/30 9:15a – 9:45a $75† This introduction class includes glides, forward swizzles,

backwards wiggles, dips, spin and spiral, snowplow stop

CrossFit Kinnick M/W 2/4 – 2/27 9:15a – 9:45a $75† and more. †$6 Instructor: Ontario Ice Skating Staff

CrossFit Kinnick M/W 3/4 – 3/27 9:15a – 9:45a $75† ‡ $3 weekly skate rental fee; Admission to Open Skating sessions is free.

ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 13 – 18 YEARS 6 – 14 YEARS

Build a solid foundation of strength and conditioning through Ontario Ice Ctr Tue 1/8 – 2/26 6:30p – 7:00p $54‡

the 10 physical skills: strength, power, endurance, stamina, Ontario Ice Ctr Thur 1/10 – 2/28 6:30p – 7:00p $54‡

coordination, speed, agility, flexibility, balance and accuracy. Ontario Ice Ctr Sat 1/12 – 3/2 2:45p – 1:15p $54‡

†$6 Location: Upland (No Class 1/21, 2/18)

CrossFit Kinnick M/W 1/2 – 1/30 5:15p – 6:00p $75† 15 YEARS+

CrossFit Kinnick M/W 2/4 – 2/27 5:15p – 6:00p $75† Ontario Ice Ctr Thur 1/10 – 2/28 6:30p – 7:00p $54‡

CrossFit Kinnick M/W 3/4 – 3/27 5:15p – 6:00p $75† MIXED MARTIAL ARTS 5 – 14 YEARS

NEW TRIFYTT BASKETBALL SKILLS 3 – 14 YEARS Well-rounded martial arts program combines kickboxing,

Beginners to advanced basketball players will receive specific boxing, judo, jiu jitsu, and submission wrestling. Emphasis

coaching techniques on skills and game situations. Through fun will be placed on self-improvement, mental discipline, and

and safe games, athletes will learn new techniques and tactics, self-esteem. Students attend one class a week for one hour. †$6

while also concentrating on the benefits of sportsmanship, Classes at Combined Martial Science:

discipline and teamwork. TriFytt Sports Academy 13611 12th Street Unit A, Chino (909) 224-1107
For more information visit www.combinedmartialscience.com
9650 9th Street Unit D4, Rancho Cucamonga †$6 (No Class 2/18) ‡ $50 uniform fee payable to the instructor.

3 – 6 YEARS Instructor: Combined Martial Science Staff

TriFytt Sports Wed 1/23 – 2/13 5:00p – 5:45p $61† JUJITSU/WRESTLING/MMA
7 – 11 YEARS
ComMarSci Wed 12/5 – 12/26 5:00p – 6:00p $42‡

TriFytt Sports Mon 1/28 – 2/11 6:00p – 7:00p $61† ComMarSci Thur 1/3 – 1/24 5:00p – 6:00p $52‡

11– 14 YEARS ComMarSci Fri 2/1 – 2/22 5:00p – 6:00p $52‡

TriFytt Sports Mon 1/28 – 2/11 7:00p – 8:00p $61† ComMarSci Fri 3/1 – 3/29 5:00p – 6:00p $52‡

GOLF 7 YEARS+ KICKBOXING/WRESTLING/MMA

Beginning fundamentals and intermediate skills will be taught

in class. Learn to play or improve your technique. The Get ComMarSci Thur 12/6 – 12/27 6:00p – 7:00p $42‡

Ready Golf Program teaches basic skills, discusses the game’s ComMarSci Thur 1/3 – 1/24 6:00p – 7:00p $52‡

rules, etiquette and values. Practice equipment is included. †$6

‡$25 ball fee payable to instructor first day of class. ComMarSci Fri 2/1 – 2/22 6:00p – 7:00p $52‡
Instructor: Gary Nichols, PGA professional
ComMarSci Fri 3/1 – 3/29 6:00p – 7:00p $52‡

Whisp Lakes Sat 1/19 – 2/16 8:00a – 9:00a $75‡
† Non-resident Fee
‡ Additional Fee/Comments

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OLYMPIC JUDO 5 YEARS+ TAE KWON DO @ WESTWIND CENTER 5 YEARS+ SDPAONRCTES&CLEAXSESRECSISE
Tae Kwon Do incorporates kicking, hand strikes and blocks
Kids, teens and adults learn to defeat an opponent using while developing discipline, self-control and inner peace.
Instructor is bilingual. †$6
endless options of throws, pins and submissions including www.chungstaekwondostudios.com (No class 1/21, 2/18)
‡ Uniform is available for purchase from instructor.
chokes and arm bars. A focus on Olympic style fighting
Instructor: Thomas Aguilar
while incorporating self defense; Tournaments available.

Develop discipline, leadership, friendships and respect! †$6

(No class 1/21,2/18)

Instructor: Victor Ortiz, 3rd degree black belt BEGINNING YOUTH 5 – 14 YEARS

Muñoz CC M/W 1/2 – 1/30 6:15p – 7:45p $40† Westwind CC M/W 1/2 – 1/30 5:00p – 6:00p $47‡
Sat 9:00a – 10:00a
Muñoz CC M/W 2/4 – 2/27 6:15p – 7:45p $40†
Westwind CC M/W 2/4 – 2/23 5:00p – 6:00p $47‡
Muñoz CC M/W 3/4 – 3/27 6:15p – 7:45p $40† Sat 9:00a – 10:00a

KENPO KARATE 7 YEARS+ (Adults encouraged) Westwind CC M/W 3/2 – 3/30 5:00p – 6:00p $47‡
Sat 9:00a – 10:00a
This introductory course is designed to acquaint the beginner
ADVANCED YOUTH (Instructor approval required) 5 – 14 YEARS

student with the basics of Ten-Chi Kenpo and self-defense. Westwind CC M/W 1/2 – 1/30 6:00p – 7:15p $47‡
Sat 10:00a – 11:00a
Students will learn self-defense techniques, Japanese

terminology, history and tradition. Balance, coordination, Westwind CC M/W 2/4 – 2/27 6:00p – 7:15p $47‡
Sat 10:00a – 11:00a
self -discipline are emphasized. Third family member enrolled

free. Instructor is bilingual. †$6 Instructor: Jaime Godoy

Westwind CC M/W 3/2 – 3/30 6:00p – 7:15p $47‡
Sat 10:00a – 11:00a
BEGINNING: INTRODUCTION TO TEN-CHI KENPO
TEENS & ADULTS 14 YEARS+
De Anza CC T/Th 1/3 – 1/31 6:00p – 7:00p $44†

De Anza CC T/Th 2/5 – 2/28 6:00p – 7:00p $44† Westwind CC M/W 1/2 – 1/30 7:30p – 8:45p $47‡
Sat 11:00a – 12:00p
De Anza CC T/Th 3/5 – 3/28 6:00p – 7:00p $44†
Westwind CC M/W 2/4 – 2/27 7:30p – 8:45p $47‡
WHITE/YELLOW BELTS Sat 3/2 – 3/30 11:00a – 12:00p $47‡
Continuation class of beginning karate. (Instructor Approval Required)
Westwind CC M/W 7:30p – 8:45p
De Anza CC T/Th 1/3 – 1/31 6:00p – 7:00p $44† Sat 11:00a – 12:00p

De Anza CC T/Th 2/5 – 2/28 6:00p – 7:00p $44† TAE KWON DO @ VETERANS CENTER
Payments for the following classes taught at the Veterans
De Anza CC T/Th 3/5 – 3/28 6:00p – 7:00p $44† Memorial Community Center must be paid to the YMCA at the
Veterans Memorial Community Center.
GREEN/BROWN & BLACK BELTS ‡ Uniform is available for purchase from instructor.
Continuation class of karate. (Instructor Approval Required)
BEGINNING YOUTH @ VETERANS CENTER 5 – 14 YEARS
De Anza CC T/Th 1/3 – 1/31 7:00p – 8:00p $44†
Veterans CC T/Th 12/4 – 12/27 5:30p – 6:30p $35‡
De Anza CC T/Th 2/5 – 2/28 7:00p – 8:00p $44†
Veterans CC T/Th 1/3 – 1/31 5:30p – 6:30p $35‡
De Anza CC T/Th 3/5 – 3/28 7:00p – 8:00p $44†
Veterans CC T/Th 2/5 – 2/28 5:30p – 6:30p $35‡

Veterans CC T/Th 3/5 – 3/28 5:30p – 6:30p $35‡

TAE KWON DO @ VETERANS CENTER CONT.
ADVANCED YOUTH @ VETERANS CENTER 5 – 14 YEARS

Veterans CC T/Th 12/4 – 12/27 6:30p – 7:30p $35‡

Veterans CC T/Th 1/3 – 1/31 6:30p – 7:30p $35‡

Veterans CC T/Th 2/5– 2/28 6:30p – 7:30p $35‡

Veterans CC T/Th 3/5 – 3/28 6:30p – 7:30p $35‡

† Non-resident Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments
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DASPNCOERT&SECXLEARSCSIESSE TAE KWON DO @ DAQ CENTER 4 – 15 YEARS TENNIS ACADEMY 3 – 17 YEARS

Tae Kwon Do incorporates kicking, hand strikes and blocks Beginning and Pee Wee classes focus on proper technique

while developing discipline and self -control. Classes are for all through fun drills and games designed to advance hand-

levels. For Friday classes only: White belts – 4p, First Yellow to eye coordination. Intermediate class will improve technique,

First Blue belts – 5p, Master Blue – Black Belts 6p. Tot Beginner spin, placement, balance and movement through games and

class will progress at a slower rate to ensure that the students drills. Intermediate class prepares students for high school

are learning the necessary skills for their level. †$6 tournaments and overall higher level of play. Students must

(No class 3/15) bring a tennis racquet to class. †$6
johnnyallentennis.com
Instructor is bilingual. www.chungstaekwondostudios.com Instructor: Johnny Allen Tennis Staff

‡ Uniform is available for purchase from instructor. Instructor: Jessica Coria PEE WEE TENNIS 3 – 5 YEARS

TOT BEGINNERS – WHITE BELTS 4 – 5 1/2 YEARS Westwind CC T/Th 1/8 – 1/31 4:45p – 5:30p $61†

DAQ CC T/Th/F 1/4 – 1/31 4:00p – 5:00p $57‡ Westwind CC T/Th 2/5 – 2/28 4:45p – 5:30p $61†

DAQ CC T/Th/F 2/1 – 2/28 4:00p – 5:00p $57‡ Westwind CC T/Th 3/5 – 3/28 4:45p – 5:30p $61†

DAQ CC T/Th/F 3/1 – 3/28 4:00p – 5:00p $57‡ BEGINNING 6 – 11 YEARS

BEGINNERS – WHITE BELTS 5 1/2 – 15 YEARS Westwind CC T/Th 1/8 – 1/31 5:30p – 6:30p $71†

DAQ CC T/Th/F 1/4 – 1/31 4:00p – 5:00p $57‡ Westwind CC T/Th 2/5 – 2/28 5:30p – 6:30p $71†

DAQ CC T/Th/F 2/1 – 2/28 4:00p – 5:00p $57‡ Westwind CC T/Th 3/5 – 3/28 5:30p – 6:30p $71†

DAQ CC T/Th/F 3/1 – 3/28 4:00p – 5:00p $57‡ BEGINNING/INTERMEDIATE 7 – 17 YEARS

INTERMEDIATE 5 – 15 YEARS Westwind CC T/Th 1/8 – 1/31 6:30p – 8:30p $101†
1ST YELLOW – MASTER YELLOW
5:00p – 6:00p $57‡ Westwind CC T/Th 2/5 – 2/28 6:30p – 8:30p $101†
DAQ CC T/Th/F 1/4 – 1/31 5:00p – 6:00p $57‡
DAQ CC T/Th/F 2/1 – 2/28 5:00p – 6:00p $57‡ Westwind CC T/Th 3/5 – 3/28 6:30p – 8:30p $101†
DAQ CC T/Th/F 3/1 – 3/28
1ST BLUE – 2ND RED 8 – 15 YEARS
DAQ CC T/Th/F 1/4 – 1/31 6:00p – 7:00p $57‡
DAQ CC T/Th/F 2/1 – 2/28 6:00p – 7:00p $57‡
DAQ CC T/Th/F 3/1 – 3/28 6:00p – 7:00p $57‡
MASTER RED – BLACK BELTS
(Instructor approval required) 10 – 18 YEARS

DAQ CC T/Th/F 1/4 – 1/31 7:00p – 8:00p $57‡
DAQ CC T/Th/F 2/1 – 2/28 7:00p – 8:00p $57‡
DAQ CC T/Th/F 3/1 – 3/28 7:00p – 8:00p $57‡

TUMBLING FOR YOUTH & TEENS 7 – 17 YEARS

Students will learn tumbling skills such as rolls, cartwheels,
bridges, handstands and much more. Stretching techniques will
also be taught to enhance strength and performing skills. †$6

Instructor: Paola Bonilla

De Anza CC Sat 1/10 – 1/31 2:00p – 3:00p $35†

De Anza CC Sat 2/7 – 2/28 2:00p – 3:00p $35† With service to Ontario International Airport every 15 minutes, 7
days a week, Omnitrans is an easy, a ordable way to avoid
De Anza CC Sat 3/7 – 3/28 2:00p – 3:00p $35† tra c and parking. For savvy travelers, Omnitrans is the only
way to fly.

† Non-resident Fee OMNITRANS.ORG 1-800-966-6428

‡ Additional Fee/Comments

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WORLD ELITE GYMNASTICS 1 – 17 YEARS SDPAONRCTES&CLEAXSESRECSISE

World Elite Gymnastics offers lessons for all ages in a fun and

safe environment. All students should wear comfortable, play-

type clothing and socks. Students should not wear jewelry and HE A LT H Y

have long hair pulled back in a ponytail. A parent or legal WALKING
CLUB
guardian must sign a waiver prior to the start of the first class. †$6

Instructor: World Elite Gymnastics

TRAMPOLINE & TUMBLING STARS 8 – 16 YEARS

This class is for children who love to bounce and tumble.

Beginner skills such as safe landings, shape jumps, rolls,

cartwheels and handstands are taught.

WE Gymnastics Sat 1/5 – 1/26 1:00p – 2:00p $88†

WE Gymnastics Sat 2/2 – 2/23 1:00p – 2:00p $88†

URBAN ACRO TRICKERS 8 – 17 YEARS

Urban Acro is the ninja-like method of moving around

obstacles with grace and speed, vaulting over fences and

other barricades and jumping from object to object. The basics

are running, jumping up (and down) and jumping over objects.

Learn the basics in order to be safe and to learn more cool

tricks. Participants will use blocks, mats and trampolines.

WE Gymnastics Thur 1/10 – 1/31 6:30p – 7:30p $88†

WE Gymnastics Thur 2/7 – 2/28 6:30p – 7:30p $88†

Drought Tolerant Plants and Seasonal Irrigation SundFaRyEsE8! AM

FREE WORKSHOP Meet at the R. Jack Mercer
Community Bandstand located at
DROUGHT
TOLERANT PLANTS Euclid Avenue and C Street.
& SEASONAL IRRIGATION
We take our weekly 3 mile walk
February 2 • 8:30 AM - 12 PM along beautiful historic Euclid
Avenue. No RSVP necessary.
Chino Basin Water Conservation District
4594 San Bernardino Street We look forward to
Montclair, CA 91763 seeing you there!

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL (909) 395-2614 BeHealthyOntario.com

† Non-resident Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments
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DANYCOEUT&HEXSEPROCIRTSSE YOUTH SPORTS PROGRAM MINI HOOPS 3 – 4 YEARS

YOUTH COED T-BALL AND REC BALL 4 – 8 YEARS This 6 week non-competitive instructional program will teach

Learn the basic skills, fundamentals and sportsmanship of this appropriate shooting, dribbling and passing skills in a fun

fun and exciting game! Children play every game and will environment. Children will learn teamwork and sportsmanship.

enjoy an uplifting atmosphere. All games are held at Westwind All players receive a T-shirt and trophy. †$3

Park. Fee includes a T-shirt, hat and participation award. Held at the De Anza CC. Registration dates: 12/3 – 12/28

Sat 1/5 – 2/9 9:30a – 10:30a $30

REGISTRATION INFORMATION The City of Ontario Recreation
Online registration will be accepted beginning January 21 at & Community Services Department
5:00a. Registration is accepted Tuesday, January 22 through
Friday, February 15 at the Armstrong Community Center, would like to
1265 S. Palmetto Avenue. All individuals registering for any
Ontario Youth Sports program must provide written verification THANK ALL OF
of date of birth prior to the season start date. Registration is on OUR VOLUNTEERS
a first-come, first-serve basis. Sign up early as space is limited.
Please note that only parents OR legal guardians are eligible
to register their child. No mail-in registration will be accepted.
DUE TO SPACE LIMITATIONS, REFUNDS WILL NOT BE ISSUED
FOR THIS PROGRAM. †$3

DIVISION I Fun Instructional League 4 YEARS
T-Ball $30

DIVISION II 5 – 6 YEARS

T-Ball Regular T-Ball Format $30 for your exceptional efforts, generosity,
DIVISION III Coaches pitch 7 – 8 YEARS patience, and time in helping make our

Softball/Baseball $30 sports programs awesome season
after season!
‡ Deduct $2 from total fee for each additional child registered in family.

‡‡ Children cannot be older than 8 years of age on 5/18 to participate
in this program.

SEASON TIME LINE Ernie Arredondo Joel Monge
‡ Skills Assessment is mandatory for ALL players in ALL divisions.
Aaron Askins Jason Osorio
SKILLS ASSESSMENT ALL AGES Matt Boespflug Stacey Padilla
Marylou Buenrostro Joe Paredes
Westwind CC Sat 3/2 9:00a – 12:00p

COACHES MEETING Edward Catchings Johnny Pham
‡ Coaches Meeting is mandatory for all coaches. Ray De Anda Steve Ruiz
Steve Fletcher
Armstrong CC Tue 3/12 6:00 – 7:00p Ron Salamanca

If you are not contacted by 3/20 by a coach, please contact DeMarqis Frazier Steven Salas
your specific facility. Joe Hermosillo Martin Sanchez
Doug Johnson
PRACTICE BEGINS WEEK OF 3/18 AT PARTICIPATING Kossy Smith
CENTERS, OPENING DAY IS SAT. 3/30 AT WESTWIND CC.

PARTICIPATING CENTERS: Cesar Lara Chris Taylor

Anthony Muñoz CC 1240 W. Fourth Street (909) 395-2622 Ivan Marin Luis Ulmos

Dorothy Quesada CC 1010 S. Bon View Avenue (909) 395-2300 Terence McNeal Vannak Yem

De Anza CC 1405 S. Fern Street (909) 395-2030 Pedro Zacarias

Westwind CC 2455 E. Riverside Drive (909) 395-2506

† Non-resident Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments

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

All sports played at Westwind CC. †$5 VOLUNTEER
COACHES
Dates for the following Adult Sports NEEDED!
Registration Dates: Mon – Fri, 11/19 – 12/7
SIGN UP TODAY!
SOCCER: MEN'S, WOMEN'S & COED
League Nights: HELP SUPPORT
Wed Nights – Women's YOUTH SPORTS
Fri Nights – Men’s
Sun – Coed PROGRAMS.

Registration Fee Forfeit Bond Official Fee No experience is necessary.

$300 $52 $13‡

‡ League Play begins the week of 1/6

‡‡ Per match/paid at match

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

Registration Fee Forfeit Bond Official Fee
$12‡
$200 $48

‡ League Play begins the week of 1/6

‡‡ Per match/paid at match

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

Registration Fee Forfeit Bond Official Fee
$25‡
$235 $100

‡ League Play begins the week of 1/6

‡‡ Per game/paid at on court

(909) 395-2378

† Non-resident Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments
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Coming to you every Tuesday!

Ontario Senior Center
225. E. B Street

Ontario, CA 91764
12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

Ontario Chaffey
Community
Show Band

The Wonder of the Holidays
December 10 at 7:30 PM

Ontario Convention Center

Country Roads ONTARIO FIRE DEPARTMENT
January 21 at 7:30 PM
Merton Hill Auditorium EXPLORERS POST #357

That’s Amore NOW Accepting Applications!
February 11 at 7:30 PM
Merton Hill Auditorium 15 - 19 Years of Age

The Showband’s Greatest Hits Engage in a program of activities centered on the four
March 11 at 7:30 PM emphasis areas to encourage the development of the whole
person:
Merton Hill Auditorium
• Career Opportunities
Doo Wop #3 • Leadership Experience
April 15 at 7:30 PM • Life Skills
Merton Hill Auditorium • Citizenship

Merton Hill Auditorium is located on Learn more at OntarioCA.gov/FireExplorers
the Chaffey High School campus at the
corner of Euclid Avenue and 5th Street.

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WESTWIND POOL DTAIEAQNENNUYCATSETOCI&CETNSEEXERCISE
2455 E. Riverside Drive, Ontario, CA 91761
COLONY HIGH SCHOOL POOL
3850 E. Riverside Drive, Ontario, CA 91761

For more information please call (909) 395-2513

APPLY FOR A SUMMER JOB! WATER SAFETY INSTRUCTOR
Lifeguard, Instructor/Guard, Pool Manager and Senior Pool Participants must be 16 years old before the final class, be
Manager positions will be open from the end of January until able to swim freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke,
filled. For more information please call (909) 395-2513. elementary backstroke and butterfly for 25 yards, and tread
Applications only available at the City website. water for 1 minute.
www.ontarioca.gov/employment
LIFEGUARD AND WATER FEE: $150 †6
SAFETY INSTRUCTOR TRAINING ‡ Dates and times subject to change
Are you looking for a rewarding summer job? We can help ‡‡ Transportation is NOT provided
you become a Lifeguard or Instructor Guard by offering the
Lifeguard and Water Safety Instructor certification courses listed MARCH CLASS ‡
below. These courses include online content that will need to
be completed and turned in the first day of the course. Access Westwind Fri 3/29 5:00p – 9:00p
to online content will be provided 1 week prior to course start 8:00a – 6:00p
date. Participants are required to attend all the classes- NO Colony H.S./Westwind ‡‡ Sat 3/30 8:00a – 6:00p
EXCEPTIONS! Please note: There is an online portion
to training course with a $35 non-refundable fee Colony H.S./Westwind Sun 3/31 5:00p – 9:00p
paid to the American Red Cross. All Participants Test Day ‡‡ 8:00a – 6:00p
are required to enroll in the online portion and 8:00a – 6:00p
begin course content prior to the first in-person skill APRIL CLASS ‡
session. Enrollment and attendance in class does not
guarantee passing the required tests. Refunds will Westwind Fri 4/12
be given after the first class only.
Colony H.S./Westwind ‡‡ Sat 4/13
IMPORTANT! Candidates who are successfully hired into
the position of Lifeguard, Instructor/Guard, Pool Manager Colony H.S./Westwind Sun 4/14
or Senior Pool Manager may be eligible for a partial Test Day ‡‡
reimbursement of course registration fees up to $100 per
course. Reimbursements will be refunded to the original payee. LIFEGUARD TRAINING
To be eligible for reimbursement, the candidate must meet the Participants must be 15 years old before the final class session,
following requirements: be able to swim 300 yards with a combination of breaststroke
• Complete and pass the Lifeguard and/or Water Safety and front crawl, and pick up a 10-pound brick from a depth of
7 feet and swim 25 yards with it.
Instructor course.
• Successfully complete any required selection processes FEE: $135 †6
‡ Dates and times subject to change
and be hired as a Lifeguard, Instructor/ Guard, Pool ‡‡Transportation is NOT provided
Manager or Senior Pool Manager with the City of Ontario.
• Work a minimum of 150 hours during the 2019 season MARCH CLASS ‡
(May 2019 – August 2019).
Colony H.S Fri 3/22 5:00p – 8:00p
The City of Ontario is offering certified: 9:00a – 6:00p
Heartsaver | CPR | First Aid | AED Colony H.S. Sat 3/23 9:00a – 6:00p

For more information visit Colony H.S./Westwind Sun 3/24 5:00p – 8:00p
www.ontarioca.gov/cpr Test Day ‡‡ 9:00a – 6:00p
or call (909) 395-2533 9:00a – 6:00p
APRIL CLASS ‡
Clases en Español disponible bajo petición.
Favor de llamar al (909) 395-2533 Colony H.S. Fri 4/5

Colony H.S. Sat 4/6

Colony H.S./Westwind Sun 4/7
Test Day ‡‡

† Non-residents Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments

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Make a Payment

– In Person –

1333 S. Bon View Avenue, Ontario, CA 91761
Monday - Thursday 7:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Friday 8 AM - 5 PM

Payment drop box available at this site and at:
Ontario City Hall

303 E. B Street, Ontario, CA 91764

– Online –

Payments can be made 24-hours on the
automated pay system at 909.395.2050 or online at

www.ontarioca.gov/onlinepayment

BULKY

ITEM PICK-UP

Residents can have large items collected at
no charge through the program. This is
available on an appointment only basis.

GUIDELINES
• Limit 5 items per appointment
• 4 appointments for single-family residences per year
• For large loads, 2 appointments can be scheduled at

the same time
• Apartment and Condo residents: Contact association

manager to schedule appointments
• Commercial Bin Service: 2 appointments per year
• Automated Can Service: 4 appointments per year

• Businesses can schedule a bulky item collection for a fee
• Furniture, appliances, green waste, electronic waste,

mattresses and water heaters are accepted

Call 909.395.2050 to schedule an appointment

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ST. PATRICK’S DAY PARTY 7 – 12 YEARS DTCAIOADNANMYPCMTTEOIUV&TNESEIPTXRYEORCCGEINRSATEEMRS

Come see how many GOLD coins you can find. Healthy REPORT ABANDONED
SHOPPING CARTS
snack provided.

Fri 3/15 4:00p – 5:00p FREE

SPRING EASTER SOCIAL 3 – 12 YEARS

Enjoy fun activities including an egg hunt and time with a

surprise guest!

Thur 4/18 4:00p – 5:00p FREE

YOUTH PROGRAMS 7 – 12 YEARS
GAME ROOM

Mon – Fri On-going 2:00p – 6:00p FREE

Sat On-going 12:00p – 4:00p FREE

DAILY CRAFTS On-going 4:00p FREE
Mon – Fri

COMPUTER ROOM
Open for homework and school projects only.

Mon – Fri On-going 3:00p – 5:00p FREE

SCIENCE CLUB
Explore various science technologies with educational and
fun activities.

Wed On-going 4:00p FREE

AFTER SCHOOL SUPPER 1 – 18 YEARS

Provided by the Ontario/Montclair School District

M–F On-going 3:00p – 5:00p FREE

† Non-resident Fee FREE TO RESIDENTS!

CALL FOR PICK-UP (800) 252-4613 37

Shopping carts taken from
shopping center properties and left

abandoned are an eyesore for
Ontario's residents and pose
potential threats to driver and

pedestrian safety.

‡ Additional Fee/Comments

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CAODMDAAMPTNUICVNEIET&PTYIRECNXOEYEGNRTTRCEIOATRSEMS VETERANS MEMORIAL
COMMUNITY CENTER
1257 E. D Street Ontario, CA 91764

(909) 986-5847

2:30p – 5:30p Mon – Fri

For more information please call the Ontario-Montclair YMCA HUERTA DEL VALLE
at (909) 986-5847. Or visit their website at www.WEymca. COMMUNITY GARDEN
org The YMCA offers various programs for youth, adults and
seniors. Financial Aid is available for all programs. Fees for all & URBAN FARM
classes are accepted only at the Veterans Memorial Community
Center. (No programs 1/21, 2/18) Affordable chemical-free
produce picked daily!
YOUTH PROGRAMS
Community garden plots available
AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAM 5 – 14 YEARS Gardening consultation &
design for home garden
The After-school Program offers a free snack program, arts & Garden tours & community
service opportunities
crafts, cooking classes, group activities, walking trail groups,
Sign up today for weekly produce
recreational sports, movie days, and much more. boxes of fruit, vegetable and herbs.

Mon – Fri On-going 2:30p – 5:00p FREE MONDAY SATURDAY
AM PM & PM PM
TAE KWON DO – BEGINNING YOUTH 5 – 14 YEARS FOR MORE INFORMATION
(WHITE TO YELLOW BELTS) CONTACT HUERTA DEL VALLE
COMMUNITY GARDEN AT
‡ Uniform is available for purchase from instructor. INFO HUERTADELVALLE ORG

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

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

READ AND PLAY PROGRAM 0 - 5 YEARS

Teaches preschoolers their 1,2,3s and A,B,Cs in a fun and ener-

getic way while exploring new skills and learning new things.

Tues On-going 10:00 a – 11:00a FREE

ZUMBA 18 YEARS+
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:
YMCA FAMILY NIGHTS – 1/30, 2/27, 3/27
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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LOCK LOCK CARS SECURE LOCKS
CRIME OUT
Donʼt leave or store
Protect your family, home and
vehicle by remembering to valuables in your car.
follow tried and true safety
tips that will keep you safe. Report any suspicious HOUSE
activity to police dispatch LIGHTS
Remember the Crime at (909) 986-6711.
Prevention Unit offers free
home security inspections. Start Remember to

or keep an active keep your home
Neighborhood Watch
program. A watchful neighbor well-lit, both inside
is your best line of defense.
LOCK WINDOWS and out.

DETECTORS TRIM
PLANTS
Use timers or
motion detector This allows a
lights, as needed. clear view of
your home.

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

SAVE THE DATE

2019 STATE OF THE CIT Y | MARCH 20, 2019
ONTARIO CONVENTION CENTER

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CAODMDAAMPTNUICVNEIET&PTYIRECNXOEYEGNRTTRCEIOATRSEMS WESTWIND COMMUNITY CENTER
2455 E. Riverside Drive Ontario, CA 91761
(909) 395-2506
Adult & Seniors: 8:00a – 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 HOMEWORK HELPERS 6 – 17 YEARS
CARD ON FILE. NO YOUTH UNDER THE AGE OF 18
WILL BE PERMITTED. Stumped with your child’s homework? Westwind staff is here

The Westwind Community Center offers free and low-cost to help your child with their assignments.
programs and activities for the entire family to enjoy. All
participants must have an emergency card on file. Please Mon – Thur On-going 4:00p – 5:00p FREE
call the center for programming information and volunteer
opportunities. The Code of Conduct is strictly enforced for all TEEN PROGRAMS 12 – 17 YEARS
activities and programs within the center.
Become a part of the largest community 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

OPEN GYM networking opportunities such as field trips, special
ADULT BASKETBALL (ID required)
18 YEARS+ events and monthly meetings.

Mon – Fri On-going 9:00a – 2:00p $2 Thur 1st & 3rd Thur 6:00p FREE
ea./mo.

YOUTH BASKETBALL (School ID required) 17 YEARS & UNDER TEEN NIGHTS
Enjoy a night out with your friends hanging in the IMPROVED teen
Mon – Fri On-going 2:00p – 5:00p FREE lounge! Teen Nights include appetizers and games that are right

MONDAY NIGHT BASKETBALL TRAINING 9 YEARS+ up your alley! Come on out for a Friday night of fun, bring a friend!

Improve your basketball skills with a FREE comprehensive

training lead by Former Basketball Pro and WNBA coach, Fri On-Going 6:00p – 8:30p FREE

Eric Cooper and his team.

(No practice 12/3/18 – 1/4/19) NEW G.I.R.L.S CLUB (GENERATING INDEPENDENT,
RESPONSIBLE LEADERS THROUGH SELF-CONFIDENCE)
Mon On-going 7:00p – 8:00p FREE Join G.I.R.L.S. a community of young women that empowers
teenage girls to develop into confident and independent individuals
GAME ROOM in our society. Teens will learn a variety of skills through various
Enjoy FREE activities such as pool tables, table tennis, foosball, workshops such as; Financial Literacy, Health and Wellness, College
air hockey, shuffleboard and board games.
Preparation, Self-defense and much more!
ADULTS 18 YEARS+

Mon – Fri On-going 9:00a – 6:00p FREE Thur 3rd Thurs 7:00p – 8:00p FREE

YOUTH 17 YEARS & UNDER ea./mo.

Mon – Fri On-going 2:00p – 6:00p FREE FITNESS PROGRAMS

ALL AGES WW WALKING CREW ALL AGES

Training for an upcoming 5K or simply want to join friends for

Sat On-going 9:00a – 3:00p FREE a stroll? Join our walking club! Cruise the Westwind Walking

FITNESS ROOM 18 YEARS+ Trail and earn incentives for regular participation..

Westwind’s Fitness Room includes free weights and cardio Mon – Fri On-going Sign in at facility FREE
at your leisure
machines. All participants must have emergency cards

on file. NO youth under the age of 18 will be permitted.

Mon – Fri On-going 10:00a – 7:00p FREE OUTDOOR FITNESS EQUIPMENT 15 YEARS+

Looking to strengthen and tone while increasing your fitness level?

YOUTH CLUBS & ACTIVITIES The outdoor fitness equipment near the tennis courts is what you

CREATIVE CREATION CLUB 6 – 12 YEARS need! Visit the staff in the community center for a FREE demo.

Create a piece of art. Different “DIY” projects each class. Please At your leisure, please use safety precautions when utilizing the

sign up one week prior. equipment. Children should be supervised by an adult at all times.

Wed On-going 4:30p FREE Mon – Fri On-going Sign in at facility FREE
at your leisure

YOUNG CHEF’S CLUB 6 – 12 YEARS ZUMBA! ALL AGES

Learn to create your own snack! Enjoy after class. Join our quickly expanding Zumba Class. This is a new way to dance

Pre-registration is required. yourself into shape.We are all beginners, give it a try.

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

Mon On-going 6:00p – 7:00p FREE

Wed On-going 10:00a – 11:00a FREE

† Non-resident Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments

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SPECIAL EVENTS ALL AGES DTCAIOADNANMYPCMTTEOIUV&TNESEIPTXRYEORCCGEINRSATEEMRS

WINTER WORKSHOP

Create an ornament, enjoy a healthy snack and enjoy a visit

from a special guest.Pre-registration required.

Thur 12/20 4:30p FREE

2019 ALL ABOUT TEENS! ONTARIO
Ring in 2019 with your fellow teens! Come out and enjoy a GRAFFITI REMOVAL
special New Year’s themed Friday Teen Night including food,
games and entertainment. TASK FORCE

Fri 1/4 6:00p – 8:30p FREE Ontario is committed to eradicating graffiti
citywide. Graffiti removal is FREE and
VALENTINE’S DAY PARTY
Make a special craft for a loved one, while enjoying a HEART generally done 7 days a week within 48
healthy snack. Pre-registration required. hours of being reported.

Thur 2/14 4:30p FREE Removal Hotline (909) 395-2626
Graffiti In-progress Reporting
ST PATRICK’S DAY PARTY (909) 986-6711
Celebrate the Irish way-Wear your GREEN! Crafts and a
healthy snack for all. Pre-registration required.

Fri 3/15 4:30p FREE

ACTIVE ADULTS 50 YEARS+

WW WALKING CLUB ALL AGES

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

walking club and earn incentives for regular participation. Meet

at the front counter inside the community center.

Tue & Thur On-going 9:00a – 10:00a FREE

ZUMBA 50 YEARS+

Join our Zumba Class geared for the Active Adult. This is a fun way

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

Fri On-going 9:00a – 10:00a FREE

† 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 THE ARTS FREE
to be a positive asset to the community! All participants must Instructor: Staff
have an emergency card on file. Please call the center for ART CLUB
programming information and volunteer opportunities. The Painting, sculpting, drawing and more. 5:00p – 6:00p
Code of Conduct is strictly enforced for all activities and
programs within the center. Mon On-going

TEEN PROGRAMS 12 – 18 YEARS THEATRE TROOPS
Act, sing, dance and perform in our next production.
For more Teen Programming, please see all Community (Rehearsals will vary based on the production)

Center pages. Thur On-going 4:30p – 7:00p

SPECIAL EVENTS FREE HEALTH, FITNESS & SPORTS FREE

HOLIDAY PARTY YOGA Instructor: Staff
Celebrate this special time of year with friends, while
participating in fun games and activities. Healthy holiday Learn yoga and relaxation techniques in a comfortable
snack will be provided.
environment.

Fri 12/21 6:00p – 8:00p Mon On-going 6:30p – 7:30p

VALENTINE’S DAY: LOVE IS A MYSTERY DE ANZA BOOT CAMP
Come compete with other teens in a life size-game of Clue. A Get the body you've wanted with this high energy fitness class.
mysterious snack will be provided and the winning team will
receive a lovely prize. Wed On-going 6:30p – 7:30p

Fri 2/15 6:00p – 8:00p ZUMBA
Bring a friend and learn some dance steps, while staying
in shape.

LUCK OF THE IRISH PARTY Thur On-going 6:30p – 7:30p
Enjoy wacky games, fun snacks and learn a whole new
meaning to “Going Green.” The following sports programs are subject to change.

Fri 3/15 6:00p – 8:00p DODGEBALL
Cardio exercise while playing a game of elimination.

TALENT SHOW AUDITIONS Mon On-going 5:00p
Audition for a chance to perform in the 12th annual Talent
Show. All persons interested MUST pre-register to audition at TOURNAMENT TUESDAYS
the De Anza Community & Teen Center. Come participate in a new game tournament each week.

M/Th 3/4 – 4/11 5:00p – 7:00p Tue On-going 5:00p

14TH ANNUAL TEEN COLLEGE & CAREER FAIR INDOOR SPORTS
Teens will be able to research everything from future colleges Join a team and play in mini tournaments.
to part-time summer jobs to future career opportunities. For
teens ages 12-19 years old. For more information, please Wed On-going 2:00p
call (909) 395-2030.
TEEN PROGRAMS – FOR FUN FREE

Wed 4/10 6:00p – 8:00p Instructor: Staff

ADVOCATES FOR HEALTHY LIFE

FREE AFTER SCHOOL SUPPER 1 – 18 YEARS Want to raise awareness and improve the health of your

Provided by the Ontario-Montclair School District community? Join the Teen Action Committee (TAC) and be the voice

M–F 3/4 – 4/11 3:00p – 5:00p of change. Special projects will be discussed at TAC meetings.

Wed 1st & 3rd Wed 5:00p – 6:00p
ea./mo.

† Non-resident Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments

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TEEN ACTION COMMITTEE DE ANZA COMMUNITY TDIEANENNYCTSEOC&ETNSEEXERCISE
Become a part of the largest community committed & TEEN CENTER
teen organization in the City. TAC addresses
community issues in a leadership role. Volunteer WINTER ACTIVITTIES
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.

Wed 1st & 3rd Wed ea./mo. 6:00p – 7:00p

G.I.R.L.S. (GENERATING INDEPENDENT, RESPONSIBLE, DE ANZA COMMUNITY & TEEN CENTER
LEADERS THROUGH SELF-CONFIDENCE) Has all the fun FALL teen activities!
Join G.I.R.L.S. a community of young women that empowers
teenage girls to develop into confident and independent Now accepting applications.
individuals in our society. Teens will learn a variety of skills Make a difference in
through various workshops such as; Financial Literacy, Health your community.
and Wellness, College Preparation, Self-defense and much more! • Plan activities
• Address teen issues
Wed 4th Wed ea./mo. 6:00p – 8:00p TEEN ACTION • Help peers
COMMITTEE • Volunteer
FRIDAY NIGHT TEENS VOLUNTEERS • Your ideas are needed
Movies, karaoke, food, games, trips, PlayStation & more!
• We have many opportunities for
Fri On-going 6:00p – 7:30p teens to volunteer

TEEN EXCURSIONS • Must join Teen Action Committee
to volunteer
Participants must pre-register at the De Anza Community &
Teen Center. Trips will be cancelled if minimum registration
is not met by the trip deadline. TAC discounts apply to active
members only. Regular center participants will have priority

registration, one week prior to waiver release date.

MISSION INN FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS TRIP EXCURSIONS • Movie & Theatre Trips
Join us and get in the holiday spirit as we take a trip to the • Sporting Events
historic Mission Inn Hotel and see the great display of lights. • Adventure and Walking Club Trips
A healthy snack will be provided. DEADLINE: Waiver is due • College Campus Tours
by December 7.

Fri 12/14 4:00p – 10:00p Free

ONTARIO’S AMAZING RACE HOMEWORK • Tutoring
(Active TAC Members Only) HELP • Computer Lab
Competitors will race throughout the City of Ontario with a • nternet Access
group of 5 to 7 teens finding clues and completing tasks. The
first team to cross the finish line receives the coveted title of Call the De Anza Community & Teen
Ontario’s top racers and a special prize. DEADLINE: Waiver Center for dates, times and information
is due by January 26.
on how you can participate
Sat 2/2 3:00p – 9:00p Free

COLLEGE TOUR TO THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Call us to get involved
RIVERSIDE (909) 395-2030
Come and enjoy the day as we tour the University of California,

Riverside campus. Participants must bring a lunch or money to

purchase lunch. DEADLINE: Waiver is due by March 9. Space

is limited. Participants must bring a lunch or bring money to

purchase lunch.

Sat 3/16 8:30a – 4:00p Free

† Non-resident Fee ‡ Additional Fee/Comments

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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+ MOBILE FRESH ALL AGES

Many outside agencies come to the OSC monthly and Family Service Association and Healthy Ontario present

include: Inland Fair Housing and Mediation, DAAS, Hi-CAP, Mobile Fresh featuring fresh produce at an affordable

Inland County Legal, AARP Safe Driving and many more. cost to promote healthy eating habits and ease of access

Check OSC’s monthly calendar for a complete listing of all to quality produce.

dates and times. Most are offered at no cost, some incur Tue On-going 12:00p – 12:45p Varies

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

activities and programs within the Ontario Senior Center. SPORTS AND RECREATION 50 YEARS+

All participants must complete an emergency card before Enjoy ongoing activities at the Ontario Senior Center plus

engaging in any activity or program. a variety of board games and sports equipment available

ABOUT THE ONTARIO SENIOR CENTER for check out.
The Ontario Senior Center is proud to offer multiple services
for our Ontario senior citizens. The Ontario Senior Center YOGA
offers a variety of programs, activities and classes that A Healthy alternative! Yoga and stretching exercises on
accompany the traditional programs that many in our noontime break. Fees are by the month and class size
community have come to depend on. is limited.
Instructor: Rhonda Quinn
SILVER S.T.A.R.S. SENIOR TRANSPORTATION
& RECREATION SHUTTLE Mon On-going 10:00a – 11:00a $10

The YMCA, in partnership with the City of Ontario, offers Wed On-going 11:00a – 12:00p $10
free transportation to and from the Ontario Senior Center
for Ontario residents. CHAIR YOGA
This service is available Monday – Friday from 8:30 AM – Yoga with a twist! Positions are performed with the safety
4:30 PM. All pick-up and drop-off times are pre-scheduled. of a chair. Fees are by the month and class size is limited.
For more information and to schedule an appointment,
please call (909) 988-1864. Instructor: Nikki Valdez

ADULT PROTECTIVE SERVICES Wed On-going 9:30a – 10:30a $10
The Department of Aging and Adult Services (DAAS) is
a San Bernardino County Agency dedicated to helping ZUMBA GOLD
seniors. To find out more, visit hss.sbcounty.gov or call (909)
891-3900. This lower impact dance exercise is a fusion of Cha Cha,

NUTRITION SERVICES Salsa and other inspired dance steps mixed with Line
Senior meals (ages 60+) are served Monday – Friday from
11:30 AM – 12:30 PM at the Ontario Senior. Suggested Dance and some Rock N Roll.
donation for meal is $2.50. For more information, please
call (909) 395-2021. Instructor: Ginger Dollarhide

M/W On-going 6:00p – 6:45p FREE

P.A.L. (PHONE ASSURANCE LINE) ALL AGES LITE MOVES
Have your loved ones called on a regular basis for Coed FUN 5 days a week with stretching, bending and
companionship, referrals and social interaction. Shut-ins small movement activities.
and physically challenged individuals given first priority. Instructor: Pricilla Ivory
Volunteers needed to make calls.
Mon – Fri On-going 9:00a – 9:30a FREE

M/W/F On-going 12:00p – 2:00p FREE WALKING CLUB
Coed walkers meet most Tuesday mornings. In case of
rain, substitute a chair workout.

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

Wed On-going 1:30p – 3:30p FREE

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

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FITNESS CENTER 50 YEARS+ BEGINNING EN ESPAÑOL DSTIEEANENNNYICOTSEORC&ETPNSREEXOEGRRCAISMES

Treadmills, elliptical machine, weight equipment, NuStep Wed 1/16, 1/23, 1/30 9:30a – 11:30a $6

and recumbent bicycles. Wed 2/13, 2/20, 2/27 9:30a – 11:30a $6

Mon – Fri On-going 8:00a – 8:00p FREE Wed 3/13, 3/20, 3/27 9:30a – 11:30a $6

GAME ROOM 50 YEARS+ CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH
A very basic class for learning to use English in every day
Open daily, and equipped with 4 regulation-sized pool conversations. Hand outs provided. Class meets once a
week for eight weeks.
tables, 2 game tables, TV, dartboard and plenty of action!

Mon – Fri On-going 8:00a – 8:00p FREE

YOGA 50 YEARS+ Wed 1/9 – 2/27 9:30a – 10:30a $5

A great way to get in shape while strengthening SPECIAL EVENTS

your core and stretching your muscles! Learn BINGO 21 YEARS+

exercises and stretches that will help you stay Fun with others who sit on the edge of their seats with

flexible. Fees are for montly classes. Space is limited. anticipation. Mandatory “Buy-In” for regular games is a

Instructor: Kerry Connell minimum of $3; specials vary.

Tue On-going 10:30a – 11:30a $10 Thur On-going 1:30p – 4:30p $3

PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB: BEGINNING FRIDAY NIGHT DANCE 50 YEARS+
Ballroom style dancing on a beautiful wood floor
Club meets 2nd & 4th Monday of each month. Camera featuring live music. Healthy snack included.
not required, but SLR users welcome.
(No Dance1/18, 2/15, 3/15)
Mon 2nd & 4th 5:30p – 7:30p FREE
Fri On-going 6:00p – 9:00p $4

OSC WINTER VAN TRIP 50 YEARS+

CLASSES AND CRAFTS 50 YEARS+ Join other seniors for Ontario Senior Center’s exciting

KITA’S CRAFTS CLASS Winter Van Trips. All trips leave from the Ontario Senior

Fun class devoted to unique gifts that are fun to give and Center. Meals not included. SPACE IS LIMITED must

receive. Must pre-register one week in advance. be able to load and unload the van on your own. NO

*Materials included MOTORIZED SCOOTERS!

Fri 2–3 12:30p – 2:30p $2.50 GRAMMY MUSEUM – L.A. LIVE
Interactive activities featuring all things music. Register
wks/mo /mo by 12/14.

COMPUTERS 50 YEARS+ Tue 1/15 9:00a – 11:30a $12
Staff teach these hands-on classes for beginning levels
ONLY. Must be able to attend all three classes. †$1.50 NIXON LIBRARY – YORBA LINDA
Lunch on your own. Register by 1/25. SPACE IS LIMITED! †$3
BEGINNING
Tue 1/15, 1/22, 1/29 9:30a – 11:30a $6 Tue 2/19 9:00a – 5:00p $12

Tue 2/12, 2/19, 2/26 9:30a – 11:30a $6 PECHANGA CASINO - TEMECULA
Tue 3/12, 3/19, 3/26 9:30a – 11:30a $6 Lunchonyourown.Registerby1/25.SPACEISLIMITED! †$3

Tue 3/19 9:00a – 5:00p $12

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

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SEDNAINOCRE TP&ERTEIEONXGYESRRTCACEIOTMSNES CLUBS 50 YEARS+ WOOD CARVING CLUB ALL AGES

CINEMA CLUB Club meets most Tuesday afternoons for fun carving of

A true, bi-monthly cinematic experience! Spanish beautiful items.

Cinema on 2/25. Tue On-going 2:00p – 4:00p FREE

Mon 1/14, 1/28, 12:30p – 2:30p FREE
2/11, 2/25,
3/11, 3/25

KNITTING AND CROCHETING CLUB
Club meets each Friday morning in the Classroom for a
shared time of work. All are welcome; please bring in
your favorite patterns and your own materials.

Fri On-going 9:30a – 11:30a FREE

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.

Ontario loves our Senior Citizens. For additional information on Senior Services visit

www.ontarioca.gov/seniors, or call (909) 395-2021.

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

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RESIDENTS 55 YEARS+

SILVER S.T.A.R.S.
SENIOR TRANSPORTATION
& RECREATIONAL SHUTTLE

CITY OF ONTARIO AND YMCA
PRESENT SENIOR TRANSPORTATION

FOR ONTARIO RESIDENTS

Pick-up at any Ontario Residence.
Drop-off at the Ontario Senior Center.

All pick-up/drop-off times
are pre-scheduled

Mon - Fri 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Mon, Wed, Fri, 10 AM - 4 PM shuttle will take residents to
Dr. Appointments (limited distances) must call in advance for pick-up.

For more info & for pick-up
please contact the YMCA
and leave a message at

(909) 988-1864

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RECRUITING

SENIOR VOLUNTEERS

Do you have extra time?
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 UNIT
FOR MORE DETAILS

(909) 395-2939

[email protected]

RecreatioCnit&y oCfoOmnmtaurnioity Services

Where teens can volunteer, participate in enriching activities and
strive to be a positive asset to their community.

Become a part of the largest community teen organization in the City. TAC addresses community
issues, provides leadership roles and give opportunities to volunteer in a meaningful way that helps
improve our community. Develop strong ties with other teens through networking opportunities with

field trips, special events and monthly meetings.

Contact your local community center to become a member:

Anthony Muñoz Dorothy A. Quesada De Anza Community Westwind
Community Center Community Center & Teen Center Community Center

1240 W. Fourth Street 1010 S. Bon View Avenue 1405 S. Fern Avenue 2455 E. Riverside Drive
(909) 395-2622 (909) 395-2300 (909) 395-2030 (909) 395-2506

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 DISCOVERY DAYS: RAINBOWS 2 – 5 YEARS
ONGOING PROGRAMS
Little learners will have fun with colors while participating in

BRILLIANT BABIES 0 – WALKERS rainbow themed activities that focus on S.T.E.A.M. concepts!

Introduce your infant to stories, songs, lap sits and more while Sat 3/16 10:30a – 11:30a

learning valuable social, motor and sensory skills. FAMILY EVENTS (909) 395-2207

Wed 1/9 – 2/13, 10:30a – 11:15a PAWS TO READ FAMILIES

3/6 – 4/10 Stop by the library to read to your favorite therapy animals –

TODDLER TALES WALKERS – 2 YEARS The Paws to Read dogs!

Your toddler will develop pre-literacy skills such as letter (No Program 3/9)

recognition and word sounds in this interactive story time.

(No Story Time 1/21). Sat 1/5 – 3/30 10:00a – 12:00p

Mon 1/7 – 2/11, 10:30a – 11:15a FAMILIES UNPLUGGED FAMILIES

3/4 – 4/8 Unplug, unwind and make memories as a family with fun

PRESCHOOL PREP 3 – 5 YEARS activities that promote bonding.

Help your child get ready for kindergarten! We will focus on Wed 1/2, 2/6, 3/6 7:00p – 7:45p

socialization skills through literacy concepts, songs and crafts. SENSORY FUN TIME FAMILIES

Thur 1/10 – 2/14, 10:30a – 11:15a Enjoy a fun story and sensory hour for kids with special needs

3/7 – 4/11 and their families.

ONCE UPON A CUENTO 0 – 5 YEARS Wed 1/9, 2/13, 3/13 4:00p – 5:00p

Celebrate bilingualism with stories, songs and activities that

encourage dual language learning. Celebremos el bilingüismo

con cuentos, canciones, y actividades que dan aliento al

aprendizaje de dos idiomas.

Tue 1/8 – 2/12, 10:30a – 11:15a

3/5 – 4/9

MOVING & GROOVING 5 – 8 YEARS

Shake it up and join us for some fitness and movement; featuring

stretching, dance and more!

Thur 1/3, 2/7, 3/7 6:00p – 7:00p

POKÉMON CLUB 9 – 12 YEARS

Attention trainers! Play and trade cards, watch your favorite

episodes and earn badges to become Pokémon masters!

Wed 1/16, 2/20, 3/20 4:00p – 5:00p

MAD LAB 5 – 8 YEARS

Become a mad scientist in this club for kids featuring activities

based on science, technology, engineering and math!

Mon 1/28, 2/25, 3/18 4:00p – 5:00p

BRICKMASTERS 5 – 12 YEARS

Be the master architect of your own world with bricks! Exchange

ideas with friends and inspire your self-expression.

Tue 1/29, 2/26, 3/26 6:00p – 7:00p

VALENTINE'S DAY FOR LITTLE LEARNERS 2 – 5 YEARS
Love is in the air! Bring a class set of valentines to share with
friends and create fun crafts with lots of love.

Fri 2/8 10:30a – 11:30a

‡ Registration required at www.ontarioca.gov/registration

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