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Chino Hills City News & Recreation Brochure Winter 2011 Table of Contents

City News...........................................................................2-12 Adopt-A-Family..............................................................13


Donor Application...........................................................................................13

Participant Accessibilit Accessibility


If any participant registering for a Chino Hills Recreation program requires assistance, or has a special need, please contact the Recreation Division at (909) 364-2700 prior to enrollment. Well be happy to discuss your request and do our best to accommodate you.

Special Events....................................................................14-17
Santa Makes House Calls, Holiday Home Decorating......................................14 Tree Lighting Ceremony, Tasty Treats Bake-Off...............................................15 Letters to Santa, Breakfast with Santa, Horse Show, Valentine Tea Party.............16 Snow Day, Track Meet.....................................................................................17

Please Enroll Early!


Nothing hurts a class more than participants who wait until the last minute to enroll. There is a point when courses must be cancelled due to insufcient registration. To ensure a successful class, please enroll early.

Toddler Activities..............................................................18-22
Winter Tiny Tots, Go Kindergarten, Little Chefs..............................................18 Frostys Fun Club, Bowling, Itty Bitty Bakers, Sweet Pea Workout...................19 Kids Love Music, Ice Skating, Hawaiian & Tahitian Dance, Little Champs.......20 Pee Wee Tennis, Gymnastics, Ice Skating, All About Dance..............................21 Ice Hockey, Gator Skate, Pee Wee Sports.........................................................22

Administration Fee
To help supplement the increased costs associated with the Recreation Division and to serve the patrons more effectively, the Recreation Division adds a $3.00 administration fee to all classes. We thank you for your continued support of the City of Chino Hills and our Recreation programs.

Youth Activities................................................................23-31
Tutor Whiz, Computer Skill Challenge...........................................................23 Drawing & Painting, Speech & Debate, Animation Workshop...........................24 Jr. Chefs, Pom Pom...........................................................................................25 Guitar Classes, Studio of Music........................................................................26 Baton, Ice Skating, Hip Hop, Just Cheer............................................................27 All About Dance, Karate, Martial Arts for Kids with Autism...........................28 Mobile Recreation, Hawaiian & Tahitian Dance, Bowling................................29 Junior Golf, Gator Skate, Volleyball..................................................................30 Tennis, Mixed Martial Arts.............................................................................31

Adult Activities.................................................................32-40
Website, Computer Classes, Guitar...................................................................32 Dog Obedience, Canine Agility, Chino Hills Academy....................................33 Studio of Music, Hawaiian & Tahitian Dance...................................................34 Hip Hop, Belly Dancing, Open Play, Salsa........................................................35 Yoga & Pilates, Zumba.....................................................................................36 Jazzercise, Volleyball, Jiu-Jitsu, .......................................................................37 Kickboxing, Golf, Womens Cardio & Conditioning, Stroller Strides................38 Tai Chi, Tennis, Womens Self Defense, CPR...................................................39 Ice Skating, Krav Maga, Ultimate Frisbee, Adult Soccer...................................40

Youth Sport Organizations


The following organizations offer sports opportunities for youth in our community. Please call for more information. Baseball Canyon Hills Little League...........canyonhillsll.com Chino Hills Little League................chinohillsll.com Pony Baseball..............................chinohillspony.org USA Baseball...............................chusabaseball.com Softball ASA Girls Softball........................chgirlssoftball.org Soccer AYSO Soccer........................................ayso779.com Football Junior All American Football & Cheer......chjaaf.org Basketball National Junior Basketball.........chinovalleynjb.com

Trips & Tours.....................................................................41-43


Get Up & Go Tours...........................................................................................41 Walt Disney World Funcation..........................................................................42 Wine Tasting, The Getty....................................................................................43

Active Adults 50+ Activities............................................44-47


OLLI Presentations, Special Interest Groups....................................................44 Poems, Writers Workshop, The Price is Right..................................................45 Tax Preparation, Acupuncture, Cooking Classes..............................................46 Computers, Tai Chi..........................................................................................47

Parks & Facilities Map......................................................48-49 Registration Information & Form....................................50-51

Chino Hills Recreation * (909) 364-2700 * www.chinohills.org

Public Meeting Schedule


All public meetings are held at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers, 14000 City Center Drive, Chino Hills, unless otherwise noted. Notices of public meetings and their agendas are posted outside the Council Chambers at City Hall, and are available online at www.chinohills.org/Agendas. www.chinohills.org/Agendas. City Council
2nd & 4th Tuesdays

City Council
W.C. Bill Kruger, Mayor Ed Graham, Vice Mayor Art Bennett Gwenn E. Norton-Perry Peter J. Rogers

Parks & Recreation Commission


Mike Kreeger, Chair Greg Higgins, Vice Chair Robert Gannon Patrick Hamamoto Ron Nadeau Fred Youngblood, Jr., Ex-ofcio Member Akhil Gupta, Student Member

Planning Commission
1st & 3rd Tuesdays

Public Works Commission


1st Wednesday

Parks & Recreation Commission


3rd Wednesday

Planning Commission
Karen Bristow, Chair Julie Allen, Vice Chair Michael Braun Adam Eliason Sheran Voigt

General Information
Animal Control...............................................................623-9777 Building & Safety...........................................................364-2780 Building Inspection Request Line..................................364-2790 Business License Information.........................................364-2670 Chino Hills Branch Library............................................590-5380 Chino Hills Police...........................................................364-2000 Chino Hills Police Dispatch............................................465-6837 Chino Valley Independent Fire District............................902-5260 Chino Valley Unied School District...............................628-1201 City Council....................................................................364-2620 City Clerk........................................................................364-2620 City Hall..........................................................................364-2600 City Yard.........................................................................364-2800 Code Enforcement..........................................................364-2757 Community Development...............................................364-2750 Community Park Field Hotline.......................................364-2738 Edison International.............................................1-800-655-4555 Emergency/Road Closure Hotline...................................364-2828 General Information.......................................................364-2600 Grafti Hotline...............................................................364-2820 Hazardous Waste Disposal...................................1-800-645-9228 Human Resources...........................................................364-2630 Passports.........................................................................364-2628 Planning..........................................................................364-2750 Public Information..........................................................364-2615 Recreation (Gazebo/Facility Reservation)......................364-2700 Chino Hills Disposal (Trash)................................1-866-238-2444 Street Sweeping..............................................................364-2800 The Gas Co...........................................................1-800-427-2200 Time Warner..........................................................1-888-892-2253 To report burned out streetlights..........................1-800-655-4555 Verizon.................................................................1-800-483-5000 Water/Trash Customer Service........................................364-2660 Yard Sale Permits............................................................364-2714

Public Works Commission


Barry Fischer, Chair Michael W. Stover, Vice Chair Tom Boyd Debra Hernandez William P. McDonnell

City Staff
Michael S. Fleager, City Manager Mark D. Hensley, City Attorney Mary McDuffee, City Clerk Kathleen Gotch, Assistant City Manager Christine Kelly, Community Development Director Judy R. Lancaster, Finance Director Jonathan Marshall, Community Services Director John Mura, Public Works Director Steve Nix, City Engineer Captain Thomas Neely, Police Chief

City Hall Information


City Hall 14000 City Center Drive Chino Hills, CA 91709 (909) 364-2600 * Fax: (909) 364-2695

Government Center Hours of Operation


City Hall: Water Counter: Passport Services: 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Friday 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Friday 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Mon., Wed., Thur. 7:30 a.m.-7:00 p.m. Tuesday 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Friday 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Mon., Wed.-Fri. 7:30 a.m.-7:00 p.m. Tuesday

Building & Safety:

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Go Green This Holiday Season!


Tree Recycling
Chino Hills Disposal will pick up Christmas trees for recycling from Monday, December 27th through Friday, January 7th. Remove all decorations, nails, and the tree stand from your tree and place it at the curb on the regular trash day. Any tree taller than six feet tall must be chopped in half and placed near or in the black container. The trees will be turned into mulch, which will be made available to residents at free mulch giveaways several times during the year.

Step Up Your Recycling


Chino Hills residents can order a second gray recycling container to handle the extra recyclables generated by gift-wrapping, holiday parties, and family gatherings during the holiday season. The second recyclable container is FREE and can be used for holiday wrapping paper, boxes, cans, bottles, and other recyclables. Green trash containers can also be ordered for an additional $5.89 per month. To order an additional container, or for a free bulky item pick up, please call Chino Hills Disposal toll free at (866) 238-2444. In most cases, an extra container can be delivered within 10 working days. Chino Hills Disposal requires customers to keep the extra container for a minimum of six months or pay a service charge.

Holiday Trash Schedules

If your regular trash day falls on, or after Thanksgiving Day, your trash pickup will be delayed by one day. This year, trash services for Christmas Day and New Years Day will not be affected as these holidays fall on a Saturday.

Sandbags Available
The City has delivered sand and sandbags to Fire Station No. 4 on Carbon Canyon Road at Canon Lane, and to Fire Station No. 2, located on Buttereld Ranch Road at Sagebrush Street in Chino Hills. Citizens with proof of residency will be issued 25 sandbags per household. Bring your own shovel to ll the sandbags. If your property requires signicant sandbagging, visit a local hardware store to purchase necessary supplies. Some hardware stores provide free sandbags.

City Hall Blood Drives Planned


December 1st & February 9th
The City of Chino Hills has scheduled two Blood Drives, one on Wednesday, December 1st and another on Wednesday, February 9th from 2:00 to 7:00 p.m., at the Government Center parking lot located at 14000 City Center Drive. The Life Stream Blood Bank will give blood donors a thank you gift. Donors must be at least 17 years of age, in good health, and weigh at least 110 pounds. Blood donors should drink plenty of decaffeinated liquids prior to donating blood and must present a valid photo identication. Medical personnel will check your temperature, blood pressure, pulse, and iron level. If you meet eligibility requirements, about one pint of blood will be collected. Please consider donating blood! Call (909) 364-2713 to reserve a time at the Blood Drive. Walk-ins are welcome.

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City Facility Closures


City Hall & City Yard
Thanksgiving: November 25th & 26th December: December 23rd 31st

McCoy Equestrian & Recreation Center


Closed: Open: 11/25, 12/25, 1/1 8:00 a.m. to Noon 12/24 & 12/31 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 11/26, 12/27, 12/28, 12/29, 12/30

Staff will be available on-call to respond to emergencies just as they are on weekends and other holidays. In addition, water and sewer employees will be scheduled during the December closure to keep water and sewer facilities running smoothly.

Water Customer Service & Building Inspections Continue on a Limited Basis During December Closure
In light of the importance of some types of services the City provides, City staff will continue to respond on call to handle new requests for water service and requests to close water service accounts between Friday, December 23rd and Friday, December 31st when City ofces will be closed for the holidays. Customers who would like to establish or cancel water service will be directed to call (909) 364-2800 to make arrangements with the on call staff member. During the closure, the City will not process delinquent utility bill notices, nor will they lock-off water service. Customers are encouraged to pay utility bills due during the closure to avoid having their water service locked-off when normal business resumes on January 3rd. Some limited building inspections may also be scheduled during the closure, depending upon the circumstances of the project. To request additional information or make an inspection appointment, please call (909) 364-2780.

Street Sweeping Parking Enforcement Takes a Holiday


The City has declared a citation-free period for street sweeping day parking violations in order to accommodate the extra visitors expected in Chino Hills neighborhoods during the holiday season. The City will not issue street sweeping parking tickets on Thursday, November 25th; Friday, November 26th; and from Monday, December 20th through Friday, December 31st. Enforcement will start again on Monday, January 3rd. Other types of parking tickets may be issued during this time period as this applies only to street sweeping day parking tickets.

Passport Services
Need a passport? Please be aware that City Hall will suspend its Passport Acceptance services between Monday, December 13th and Friday December 31st. At all other times, regular passport hours are from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday; 7:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday; and 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Friday. Visit the City Clerks Ofce at City Hall, 14000 City Center Drive to apply for, or renew your passport. The City Clerks Ofce also takes passport photos. For more information, please call the passport information hotline at (909) 364-2628 or visit the passport information website at www.travel.state.gov.

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Attention Chino Hills Residents...


Shop Chino Hills First! Dont forget to do your holiday shopping in Chino Hills. When you shop in Chino Hills 1% of the 8.75% sales tax you pay is returned directly to the Citys general fund to support City services. If you plan to spend $600 on taxable holiday purchases for items like gifts, wrapping paper, beverages, paper goods, or even new towels for your guests, $6 will be returned to the City. It may not sound like much, but when that amount is multiplied by over 23,000 households in Chino Hills collectively, holiday shopping may have just paid for one more Deputy to patrol Chino Hills for one year! Visit www.chinohills.org/ ShoppingCenterDirectory to view our Chino Hills Shopping Center & Ofce Directory.

Water Wise Landscaping for the Home Workshop


The City of Chino Hills and the City of Chino invite you to attend a FREE workshop about Water Wise Landscaping for the Home. This workshop will be held on Saturday, November 20th from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the McCoy Equestrian & Recreation Center, 14280 Peyton Drive, Chino Hills. Participants attending this workshop will learn how to reduce their outdoor water use and get all the latest information about landscaping design, plant selection, fertilizers, and irrigation. Handouts, door prizes, and snacks will be available. To register visit www.chinohills.org then click on News & Announcements or call the Chino Hills Public Works Department at (909) 364-2800. Registration ends November 15th.

Neighborhood Network Community Meeting


Residents are invited to attend a Community Meeting of the Neighborhood Network Program. The Citys Recreation Division will present an overview of their operations and functions. Information regarding programs such as sports programs; facility rentals; special events; and activities for youth, adults, and active adults will be discussed. The meeting will be held on Thursday, February 10th from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the McCoy Equestrian & Recreation Center, 14280 Peyton Drive. For more information, please call (909) 364-2700.

Chino Hills Citizens Academy


This series of workshops offers a well-rounded overview of municipal government and the services and resources that are available to residents. The Citizens Academy consists of four two-hour training sessions. Students are asked to attend all sessions. The registration deadline is February 22nd.
Instructor: Location: Days: Time: Ages: Fee: Class Code: Bonnie Michaels City Hall Community Room 14000 City Center Drive Mondays 7:00-9:00 p.m. 16+ FREE 334803

Class Schedule
February 28th March 14th March 28th April 4th

Neighborhood Network Program Overview Government Overview: Transparency & Accountability City Organization Neighborhood/Business Watch: Tools and Resources

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Be Ready For Winter Weather


Its time to prepare for the coming rainy season. Please take a moment to review the important information listed below including communication tools that the City uses to provide information to residents and steps you can take to get ready for winter storms.

Sign-up for E-Notify


Take advantage of the Citys E-Notify feature on the City website at www.chinohills.org/E-Notify. Select from a list of options to receive e-mail or text message updates on road closures and emergency alerts. You can even select an option to get updates on eld conditions for youth sports elds in Chino Hills.

Use the Road Closure / Emergency Conditions Hotline


Add the Citys Road Closure and Emergency Conditions hotline to your cell phone contact list - (909) 364-2828 and call the hotline to get updates on road closures and emergencies.

Check Neighborhood Storm Drains


Take note of storm drains in your neighborhood. City crews travel throughout the City during the fall and winter months to ensure that storm drains and V-ditches on slopes are clear. If storm drains in your neighborhood appear clogged with leaves, call the City Yard at (909) 364-2800 to request service.

Avoid Flooded Areas During Storms


Some areas are more likely to ood than others so plan to avoid those areas during periods of heavy rain. Examples: Eucalyptus Ave. from Pipeline Ave. past Litel Elementary School to Chino Hills Community Park; Peyton Dr. between Morningeld Dr. and Flooded Eucalyptus Ave.; and Pipeline Ave. near Glenridge Dr. and near The Courts development.

Gain Knowledge
Surf the Internet and expand your knowledge about safety during storms. For example, did you know you should avoid using corded telephone lines and electrical appliances during thunderstorms? Wires can conduct electricity so if lightning strikes, phone lines and electrical appliance wires could carry the current. Learn how to stay safe if you are outdoors during a storm.

Check Drainage Systems at Home


Make sure yard drains and rain gutters are clear and working before the rain. Plan ahead if you need sandbags to protect your property. See page 4 for information on free sandbags.

Visit the City Website for Emergency Information www.chinohills.org


Important information is posted under News and Announcements on the homepage. If a major emergency condition exists, the emergency alert signal, visible on every page of the website, will change from green, to ashing red. This tool is activated only for major emergency conditions. Click on the ashing red light for information. City TV 3 / 41 is another source of information provided by the City of Chino Hills. Time Warner subscribers may view channel 3. Verizon subscribers may view channel 41.

Emergency g y Alert

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2010 Chino Hills Community Heroes are Honored


Each year the Chino Hills community looks forward to Chino Hills Day at the L.A. County Fair. Many special traditions make the day memorable. The opportunity to honor local Community Heroes is the most inspiring part of the day. This year the L.A. County Fair Association, and the Chino Hills community honored two amazing individuals for their achievement and their contributions that help make Chino Hills an extraordinary place to in which live!

Irma Wickman Community Hero


Irma Wickman, a dedicated volunteer in the City, is the 2010 Community Hero. She has volunteered in support of the City, schools, youth, service groups, and military personnel. Irmas long-time volunteer support of Chino Hills has included being an on call person at City events. She has also volunteered at City Hall as the receptionist and has provided clerical support. She keeps Peyton Drive clean as part of our Roadway Adoption Program. Irma raised funds to purchase a road sign for Highway 71 when a section of the freeway was named to honor her late husband, Mayor Mike Wickman and the late Major Jim Thalman. She volunteers at Michael G. Wickman Elementary school and she supports the Wickman Educational Foundation, which provides computers for kids who do not have access to computers. Irma also supports men and women serving in the armed forces by volunteering at the Ontario USO greeting military personnel. Beyond her volunteer work, she quietly donates nancial support to service groups including Chino Hills Citizens on Patrol, Chino Valley Young Marines, and the Wickman Educational Foundation. The City is fortunate to have such a dedicated, caring individual who works hard to make a difference in our community.

Nicole Wechsler Youth Community Hero


Nicole Wechsler is a 16 year-old junior at Chino Hills High School who loves to serve her community. From a young age, Nicole had a great willingness to help others. In elementary school she tutored students and raised money to purchase school supplies. In junior high she served as a student member of the PTSA Board and volunteered at the Library and Registration Ofce. Now, as a high school student, Nicole is advocating for a pool so future students can enjoy the benets of water sports and extra-curricular activities. Nicole has also been active in Girl Scouts where she has been a camp counselor. She also made hygiene baskets for women at the House of Ruth and blankets for their children. Nicole earned her Girl Scout Silver Award and is currently working to earn her Gold Award by raising $4,000 to replace the ooring at the Girl Scout house. She has made meals for cancer patients, volunteered at the Inland Valley Humane Society, helped with the Special Olympics at Cal Poly Pomona, and supported the Ronald McDonald House Charities. Nicole is a great example of how a young person can make a huge difference in their own community.

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Even Friendly Fidos Must Be On a Leash


Many people in Chino Hills enjoy the companionship of a four-legged friend. If you enjoy the company of a dog, please be sure to keep your dog on a leash when out in public. The law requires a dog to be on a leash, six feet or less in length, and under the control of a competent person. It is against the law to let your dog off leash in any public place including all City parks, school properties, vacant land, commercial centers, and open space areas. Even if you consider your dog friendly, they must be on a leash and under your control. Unleashed dogs can cause anxiety for other dog owners and people who may be fearful of dogs in general.

Keep Your Home & Neighborhood Safe


All homes are at risk of being burglarized even in the 13th Safest City in the United States Chino Hills. Homes that provide criminals with an opportunity to sneak onto the premises undetected, or that allow easy access due to poor security locks, or open / unlocked doors and windows, are at a higher risk of being targeted. Homes that have green belts or open space areas behind them also fall into the higher risk category. Residents whose properties have these characteristics should consider installing high-quality locks and motion-sensor lights, and trimming landscaping that could provide cover for a criminal. Watch out for a new ploy that criminals are using to identify unoccupied homes. The criminals will knock on the door to see if anyone is home. If someone answers the door, the burglar will have a story ready like I found this cell phone on the sidewalk - is it yours? If no one answers the door, the burglar kicks in the door or moves to the backyard to break into the home and steal property. The driver will be waiting nearby for a quick get-away and the thieves will be gone in just a few minutes. For your own safety, the Chino Hills Police Department is recommending that you speak through the door, even if you decide not to open the door, so the visitor will know that someone is home.

Do Your Part to Prevent Storm Water Pollution!


The City of Chino Hills encourages residents to help do their part to prevent storm water pollution. Runoff from urban water uses ows untreated through the storm drain system. Anything thrown, swept, or poured into the streets, gutters or catch basins can ow directly into our water channels, creeks, and the ocean. This includes pollutants like trash, yard and pet waste, motor oil, construction debris, runoff tainted with pesticides and fertilizers, paint from brushes and containers rinsed in the gutter, and toxic household chemicals. Urban water runoff pollution can contaminate the ocean and cause beach closures and harm to the aquatic life. The debris can also clog gutters and catch basins, which increases the risk of ooding. To learn more about how to stop storm water pollution, visit the County of San Bernardinos award-winning website at www.sbcountystormwater.org. Sign up for e-updates to receive tips on how to stop storm water pollution.

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Omnitrans Bus Services in Chino Hills


Omnitrans is a public transportation agency that has served the San Bernardino Valley since 1976. Omnitrans carries over 15 million passengers each year throughout its 480-square mile service area. For services offered in Chino Hills, see below or visit Omnitrans website at omnitrans.org for complete ride schedules.

Omnitrans Bus Route 65


Every 30 Minutes Monday - Friday 4:44 a.m. - 10:40 p.m. Every 60 Minutes Saturday 6:14 a.m. - 7:10 p.m. Sunday 6:14 a.m. - 6:10 p.m.

OmniLink
Reservations Required call (800) 330-6242 Required, Curb-to-curb service Mini-buses are lift equipped

OmniGo
Shuttle service to various Chino Hills destinations on a xed route Direct access to bus service throughout the San Bernardino Valley at the Chino Transit Center

OmniGo - Your Hometown Shuttle!


In September Omnitrans started its new OmniGo Your Hometown Shuttle service for Chino Hills residents. This new service will connect Chino Hills residents to Ayala High School, Chino Hills High School, Chaffey College, the Chino Hills Government Center, and many key shopping destinations. OmniGo will also provide direct access to Omnitrans bus service throughout the San Bernardino Valley at the Chino Transit Center. For route information visit Omnitrans website at omnitrans.org.

Inland Empire Traffic Alerts IE511.org


IE511.org is your passport to great mobility. IE511 delivers information that will help you get where you want to go anywhere in Southern California. Real-time trafc information for all of Southern California means you can know before you go and make the route choice that is right for you. Get travel times, incident reports, and check out conditions using freeway cameras. IE511 helps you leave your car at home by putting information about alternative transportation opportunities right at your ngertips with online bus and rail trip planners, including Metrolink, that give you door-to-door routing options. If you are looking for alternatives, IE511 makes it easy for you to take the train, bus, carpool, vanpool, or bicycle. You can also connect on the go, by calling IE511 from anywhere in the Inland Empire or on your mobile device at www.IE511.org. To call IE511 from anywhere in Southern California or nationwide, call (877) MYIE511.

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Court Denied Citys Petition to Stop TRTP Construction


Southern California Edison (SCE) started construction of the Tehachapi Renewable Transmission Line in October after the Appellate Court denied the Citys request for an injunction to stop construction while the Citys Appeal is pending. The Citys Appeal remains active and the case could be heard by the court sometime within the next 18 months. The courts are facing furlough days and cutbacks so it is difcult to project when the case will be heard. According to SCE, construction will continue through December of 2011. Residents with questions regarding construction may contact SCE directly by calling Region Manager Lydia Roman at (909) 930-8501. To review a list of construction activities, visit www.chinohills.org/TRTP.

City Focuses on Street Projects


The City of Chino Hills oversees a regular program of road maintenance with the commitment to make an annual investment in the road system in order to extend the useful life of the pavement. High-quality maintenance projects seal the roadway and signicantly reduce the breakdown of the pavement caused by weather and trafc. Three projects were completed during the summer and fall months. Peyton Drive from Woodview Road to Chino Hills Parkway was improved with a 3/8-inch rubberized interlayer membrane, followed by the application of a rubberized asphalt overlay. This application lasts longer than conventional asphalt concrete. This $854,000 project was funded by the Measure I half-cent sales tax, rst approved by voters in 1989 to fund transportation projects in San Bernardino County. A second project funded by Measure I was the annual street improvement project which focused on Eucalyptus Avenue from Chino Hills Community Park to its west end near Rancho Hills Drive. The $288,000 project included crack sealing and pavement repairs followed by the application of rubberized slurry seal or asphalt overlay. The third street improvement project improved Peyton Drive from Royal Ridge Road (north of Grand Avenue) north to the City boundary at SR-71. This $539,000 project added a second left turn lane from southbound Peyton Drive to eastbound Chino Avenue, and northbound Peyton Drive to westbound Chino Avenue. This project included crack sealing, pavement repairs, and a full width asphalt overlay. Funding was provided by Proposition 1B, a Statewide bond initiative to build infrastructure.

Peyton Drive Corridor


Work on the next phase (2b) of the Citys project to improve Peyton Drive is expected to begin in December. Peyton Drive will be expanded to six lanes between English Road and Eucalyptus Avenue. The project also includes installation of curb and gutter improvements, streetlights, and sidewalks on the west side of Peyton Drive. Most work will occur behind k-rail within the future right-of-way. A landscaped median will be added. Two-way trafc will be maintained at all times. Travel lanes will shift periodically to accommodate construction. The project is expected to be under construction for approximately four months. Remember to take advantage of the City websites E-Notify feature to receive project updates via e-mail or text. Visit www.chinohills.org/E-Notify and click on Peyton Corridor Trafc Impacts. The City has installed a webcam in the project area to provide real-time road conditions 24/7. So avoid Peyton Drive if you can or check the webcam at www.chinohills.org/PeytonWebcam. Phase 3 of the Peyton corridor improvement project will expand Peyton Drive from Eucalyptus Avenue south to Chino Hills Parkway to four lanes. This phase may begin in late spring next year and includes extensive work on the Chino Creek Channel.

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Spotlight On Highlighted Volunteers


The Chino Hills Volunteer Service Program was established in 1993. Volunteers contribute signicantly to the quality of life in Chino Hills by donating their time and effort to benet the community. Linda Henze-Staley has been selected as our Highlighted Volunteer for the month of September. Linda has been volunteering on the Grafti Abatement Team since June of 2009. She read about the Grafti Program in the City News & Recreation Brochure. She noticed grafti in her neighborhood while walking her dogs, and decided to call the grafti hotline. Linda eventually joined the Grafti Abatement Team to help do her part to keep her community beautiful and safe. Linda is also a graduate of the Chino Hills Citizens Academy and she found it highly informative. She said the classes really opened her eyes about how her City functions. Linda has been married to her husband George for 26 years. They have three children, four grandchildren, and two mini poodles, Randy and Sandy. Linda retired from AT&T as a Manager in Engineering after 35 years of service. Linda enjoys visiting her cabin in Big Bear, shopping and having lunch with friends, gardening, sewing, and decorating for the holidays. Linda and her family have been Chino Hills residents since 1979. Noel Mayeld has been selected as the Highlighted Volunteer for the month of October. He became a volunteer with the Chino Hills Police Department in 2004 as a member of the Citizens on Patrol (COP). Noel rst learned about the COP program when he drove by the station and saw a recruiting banner. He thought it would be a good opportunity to volunteer for the City. He was looking for something to do since he was newly retired. Noel volunteers over 500 hours each year and his duties include coordinating DUI and drivers license safety checkpoints; assisting with trafc control during the rainy season and for special events like the holiday boat parade; providing trafc enforcement; and protecting crime scenes. Noel was elected to serve as the Commander of the COP Unit, a position he has held for the past three years. What Noel enjoys most about volunteering is how fun it is getting to learn about his City. He also enjoys hanging out with his wife Linda, also a COP volunteer, when they patrol together. In 2009, Noel was the Co-volunteer of the Year for the Police Department, an honor he shares with is wife. Noel was awarded the COP Coordinators Choice Award in 2007, named the Citys Highlighted Volunteer in January of 2007, and COP of the Year in 2004. Noel and his wife Linda have been married for 35 years. They have one adult son and have been Chino Hills residents for over 35 years. Julie Fernandez and Sharon Fradella have been selected as the Highlighted Volunteers for the month of November. These sisters joined the Chino Hills Auxiliary Radio Team (CHART) together in 2009. They both had been eager to receive their Ham Radio licenses, and help carry on a family tradition. Their parents, Jack and Shirley Pattison, were both Ham Radio Operators starting in the 1950s. As Julie and Sharon became more involved with CHART, they realized how rewarding it was to communicate with others and to help the community. They both received their Ham Radio Licenses in May of 2010 and took over their parents call signs. Julie and her husband Hector have been Chino Hills residents for 12 years. They have two sons and four grandchildren. Sharon, and her son Garrison have been Chino Hills residents for 13 years. Both Julie and Sharon are delighted to carry on their family tradition while volunteering for their community.

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Donate to Adopt-A-Family!
We Need Your Help...
We have located families in Chino Hills that are unable to provide food, clothing, and toys for their families this Christmas. We are asking families, local businesses, and community groups to adopt one or more of these families to provide them with the items they need so they may have a happy holiday season. If you are unable to adopt a family, but would like to donate a gift card to be used to purchase gifts for a family, you may complete a form online or the form below and mail or drop off the gift card at City of Chino Hills, Attn: Adopt-A-Family, 14000 City Center Drive, Chino Hills, CA 91709.

How It Works...
You may choose to adopt a small, medium, or large-sized family. You will receive the familys wish list for Christmas no earlier than Friday, November 5, after all interviews have been conducted. To ensure equality among all adopted families, a minimum of four items and up to a maximum of six items per child will be accepted. An equal ratio between clothes and other items is requested (i.e. Six total items are purchased, three of which are clothing and the remaining three items are toys).

Drop Off Information...


Where: McCoy Equestrian & Recreation Center 14280 Peyton Drive Wrapped gifts will not be accepted before or after this date. When: Tuesday, December 7 7:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Important Tips...
Please be sure when you purchase items on the wish list that the childrens gifts are your priority. You are welcome to purchase gifts for the parents as well. Clothing is always a priority, as many of the families do not have proper shoes, socks, jackets, etc. for the winter months. We ask that you purchase new clothing and toys only. No used donations will be accepted. If you would like to donate food for the families, please purchase a gift card to a local grocery store. Canned goods and other food items are not permitted.

Contact Information...
All forms must be submitted by December 4. If you have additional questions, please call Lyna Thoeun at (909) 364-2704. You may also fax the form to (909) 364-2735.

Adopt-A-Family Donation Form


Name: Address: Daytime Phone: E-mail: Family Size: Small (2-4) Evening Phone: Fax: Company Name (if applicable):

Number of families you would like to adopt: Medium (4-6) Large (6 & Up) Gift Card

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Special Events
Santa Makes House Calls
During the holiday season, Santa and his helpers visit homes in the City of Chino Hills bringing candy canes, smiles, and laughter to all they see. Reservations begin Monday, November 8 at the Founders Recreation Center, 2000 Founders Drive and are on a rst come, rst serve basis. Space is limited so register early! Please note that all reservations will be taken at Founders Recreation Center.

Regular Visits
December 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19 Visits available between 4:00 to 9:00 p.m. *Each visit is limited to 15 minutes $40 per visit (parties less than 20) $50 per visit (parties of 20+) * A minimum of three reservations per night MUST be scheduled for Santa to visit.
Special requests for visits will be considered based on Santas availability. Prices will vary depending on days and times needed. Only the last two evening time slots will be available for two consecutive reservations resulting in a one half hour visit with Santa and depending on schedule availability.

Holiday Home Decorating Contest


The Chino Hills Holiday Home Decorating Contest is a great way to show off your community pride and light up this special season. Its also a perfect family project for the entire family to enjoy! So, pull out your Santa, sleds, reindeers, wreaths, and dont forget the lights! Judging will be based on following criteria and there will be one winner for each category:

Register for Summer Day Camp in the Spring Brochure!

Best Holiday Spirit * Most Energy Efficient Best Animation


Registration begins Monday, November 15, and will take place at Founders Recreation Center, the Government Center Recreation Division, or online at www.chinohills.org. Deadline for all entries www.chinohills.org. is Sunday, December 12. You may include a digital photo with your nomination form to assist with the judging process. Community judges will venture in to the hills the week of December 13 and the winners will be notied by December 17. All winners will be recognized at the January 11, 2011 City Council Meeting.

All Chino Hills residents are eligible for this FREE activity!

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Special Events
Tree Lighting Ceremony
FREE! FREE
Celebrate the holiday season with residents of Chino Hills at the Citys Tree Lighting Ceremony. Come enjoy live entertainment, arts and crafts projects, face painting, Tasty Treats Holiday Bake-Off awards, craft vendors, and a special visit from Santa Claus! See more information below on how to pre-register for the Tasty Treats Bake-Off.

Saturday, December 4 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. Chino Hills Government Center


14000 City Center Drive

All Ages Welcome

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$8 for one 20 minute ice skating session (includes gure skates or hockey skates) * Only one ice skating session per person. * Pre-registration is encouraged as space is limited.

4:00 to 8:00 Arts and Crafts Face Painting -Off Awards sty Treats Bake * Ta * Ice Skating m. 6:00 to 8:00 p. ony Lighting Cerem Tree ith Santa Visits w pt are FREE, exce *All activities -Off. skating & Bake for ice

Ice Skating Sessions


#1: 4:10 to 4:30 p.m. #2: 4:40 to 5:00 p.m. #3: 5:10 to 5:30 p.m. #4: 5:40 to 6:00 p.m. Class Code: #5: 6:10 to 6:30 p.m. #6: 6:40 to 7:00 p.m. #7: 7:10 to 7:30 p.m. #8: 7:40 to 8:00 p.m. 351901 01-08

Tasty Treats Holiday Bake-Off


Calling all Bakers! We are looking for people who can make yummy sweets. There will be prizes for the TASTIEST treats! Age Divisions Parent & Me (3-5 years, with parents assistance) Youth (6-12 years) * Adult (13+) Active Adult (50+) Categories Christmas Cookies * Brownies * Fudge * Cupcakes Chocolate Chip Cookies * Gingerbread House Flat or Layered Cake

Entry Information
Entries are due on Friday, December 3 at McCoy Equestrian & Recreation Center between the hours of 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. for judging. Awards will be presented on Saturday, December 4 at the Tree Lighting Ceremony event. Entries must be displayed on sturdy paper plates or cardboard bases which extend slightly beyond the base of the baked item. Do not use china or glass as these items will not be returned. Recipe, name, address, and phone number must be typed or computer printed on a 8.5 x 11 sheet of paper. No baked items will be returned to the exhibitor. Each entry is $2. Only one entry may be submitted per age division. We will be accepting a limited number of craft/cooking vendors for this event. If you are interested in more information, regarding a booth please call the McCoy Equestrian & Recreation Center at (909) 548-0868.

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Special Events
Letters to Santa
Christmas is a very busy time of year for Santa, so he asked his friends at the City of Chino Hills to lend him a hand and forward all the letters from children in Chino Hills to the North Pole! Letters can be dropped off at our Special Mailboxes at Founders Recreation Center or at City Hall-Recreation. Each child will receive a personalized letter from Santa. Please allow one week for delivery. Letters to Santa begins Friday, November 26 and must be sent by residents no later than Monday, December 13 in order for Santa to respond before Christmas.

Breakfast with Santa


Santa is making a special visit from the North Pole to have Breakfast with his Chino Hills friends! Bring the entire family for a pancake breakfast, provided by the Chino Hills Kiwanis Club. We will also have craft projects, face painting, a candy guess, and photos with Santa. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Pre-registration is required as space is limited. Registration is required by December 8.
Location: McCoy Equestrian Center 14280 Peyton Drive Saturday, December 11 First Seating: 8:30-10:00 a.m. Second Seating: 10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.* *Must meet a minimum of 50 participants 01: 02: $10 per person Children under one year are FREE! Time 8:30-10:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

! Free

Mailing Address: Santa Claus-North Pole c/o Recreation Division 14000 City Center Drive Chino Hills, CA 91709

Date: Time:

Fee:

*Only Chino Hills Residents are eligible for this activity.

Class Code 352101 01-02 352102 01-02

Age All ages welcome All ages welcome

February Frolic Horse Show


Come and join us for a fun-lled day of equestrian competition. The horse show is open to all breeds of horses and all ages of exhibitors. Featuring both English and Western riding competitions, along with Halter conformation classes, these events are open to the public and are free of charge for spectators. Registration opens at 8:00 a.m. and the rst event will start at 9:00 a.m. In the event of rain, the event will be cancelled. For further information, please call the McCoy Equestrian Center at (909) 548-0868.
Instructor: Location: City Recreation Staff McCoy Equestrian & Recreation Center 14280 Peyton Drive Sunday, February 27 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. $10 entry fee per event + $5 grounds fee + $5 California state drug assessment fee

Hugs & Kisses Valentine Tea Party


Love is in the air, and what better way to celebrate than at the Hugs & Kisses Valentine Tea Party? Dress up in your fanciest apparel and join us while we enjoy delicious snacks, play Valentine games, make arts and craft projects, and create a very special Valentine treat. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Pre-registration is required as space is limited. Registration is required by January 21.
Instructor: Location: City Recreation Staff McCoy Equestrian & Recreation Center 14280 Peyton Drive Saturday, February 5 10:00-11:30 a.m. All ages welcome 01: $10 per child 02: $7 per adult 03: Children under one year are FREE! 351501 01-03

Date: Time: Ages: Fee:

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Special Events
Snow Day
Its snowing in Chino Hills! Join us for our 5th annual Winter Wonderland as we play in the snow, make snowmen, and sled down our snowy hills. Enjoy games, face painting, and fun winter crafts, all while playing in the snow. Vendors will be onsite with tasty treats to purchase. Pre-sale wristbands will be available until Friday, January 28. Each individual who wishes to participate in the days activities must purchase a wristband. Children under the age of 3 must be accompanied by a paying adult on all sled runs. Sleds will be provided. Outside sleds and snowboards will not be permitted.
Location: Crossroads Park 2765 Chino Hills Parkway Saturday, January 29 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. All ages welcome 01: Residents pre-sale: $8 per participant 02: Non-residents pre-sale: $10 per participant *At the door Residents fee: $10 per participant *At the door Non-residents fee: $15 per participant Class Code: 352201 01-02

Date: Time: Age: Fee:

Participants are encouraged to pre-register, as there are a limited number of wristbands available. Wristbands will only be available at the door if space permits.

City of Chino Hills 6th Annual Youth Track & Field Meet
Dust off your running shoes and join us for the City of Chino Hills 6th annual Youth Track and Field Meet! Sign up and participate in running and/or eld events, with the chance to qualify for the Inland Valley Track Meet. Participate as an individual or check to see if your school will be registering a team. Registration is open only to children who attend school in the City of Chino Hills boundaries or who live in Chino Hills. The Ayala High School Booster Club will be onsite selling items at the snack bar. Registration will be taken February 28-March 25 at the City Hall Recreation Ofce ONLY. Early registration will NOT be accepted. A birth certicate is also needed at the time of registration. No registrations will be taken on site the day of the event.
Location: Ayala High School Track 14255 Peyton Drive Saturday, April 16 All participants check in at 8:00 a.m. Girls and boys born between 1996-2004 Individuals: $8 per participant (includes 2 events) School-Based teams: $8 per participant (includes 2 events and a relay)

Date: Time: Ages: Fee:

Check out the Spring Brochure for more information!

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Toddler Activities
Winter Tiny Tots
Children are introduced to valuable developmental and socialization skills. Children participate in a variety of creative activities including games, craft projects, story time, and supervised free time. Children must be potty trained. Please bring a snack to class each day. Please read the following important information.

Get Ready, Set, Go Kindergarten


This class is designed to help prepare your child for kindergarten. It will focus on language development, writing skills, cutting with scissors, and math concepts. Students will be exposed to the alphabet, sounds, numbers, and will learn to write their name. This is not a parent participation class. A $10 material fee is due on the rst day of class. Please bring a snack to class each day.
Instructor: Location: Jamila Williams & Sheila Maldonado Founders Recreation Center 2000 Founders Drive Saturdays January 22-February 26 $85/6 weeks + $10 material fee due to the instructor Age 4 yrs 5 yrs Level Pre-K Kindergarten Time 8:30-10:30 a.m. 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Registration Information:
Open registration for Winter begins Monday, December 6 at 7:30 a.m. at Founders Recreation Center. Birth certicates are required.
Level I: Level II: Age 3 by January 4, 2011 Age 4 by December 2, 2010 & eligible to enter Kindergarten in Fall 2011. January 3-February 11 *NO CLASS: January 17 Level I (T/TH): Level II (MWF): $82/6 weeks $92/6 weeks

Day/Dates:

Fee/Length: Class Code 314903 314904

Dates:

Fee/Length:

Little Chefs Cooking Club


Join the Little Chefs Cooking Club in making delicious treats and desserts! Children will make edible creations as well as a fun craft to take home! This is NOT a parent participation class. Children must be potty trained. Please bring a snack to class each day.
Instructor: Location: City Recreation Staff Founders Recreation Center 2000 Founders Drive Mon/Wed OR Tues/Thur February 14-24 $50/2 weeks Day T/Th T/Th M/W M/W Age 3-6 3-6 3-6 3-6 Time 9:00-11:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. 9:00-11:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

Founders Recreation Center


Instructors: Location: Class Code 310101 310102 310103 310104 Laurie Wager and Jessica Mortorff 2000 Founders Drive Day T/Th T/Th MWF MWF Level I I II II Time 9:00-11:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. 9:00-11:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

Mystic Canyon Community Building


Instructors: Location: Class Code 310201 310202 310203 310204 MWF: Mary Crawford and Becky Willis T/TH: Mary Crawford and Staff 6424 Mystic Canyon Drive Day T/Th T/Th MWF MWF Level I I II II Time 9:00-11:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. 9:00-11:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

Days/Dates:

Fee/Length: Class Code 315013 315001 315002 315003

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Toddler Activities
Frostys Fun Club
Join Frostys Fun Club to create crafts, bake goodies, and play games. Youll even get a visit from Santa Claus! Please bring your lunch to each class and a $3.00 unisex gift on the last day. Well see you there!
Instructor: Location I: Location II: City Recreation Staff Founders Recreation Center 2000 Founders Drive Mystic Canyon 6424 Mystic Canyon Drive Mon/Wed OR Tues/Thur December 6-16 $55/2 weeks Day/Location M/W - I T/TH - I M/W - II T/TH - II Ages 3-6 3-6 3-6 3-6 Time 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Bumper Bowling
Here is a great opportunity for children to experience the sport of bowling, guaranteed to knock pins down every time! The rst two weeks will be instructional: teaching proper bowling techniques, score keeping, and safety. During the remaining weeks, bowlers will bowl one game. A $3.00 fee will be due to the instructor each week and includes shoe rental.
Instructor: Location: Oak Tree Lanes Staff Oak Tree Lanes 990 N. Diamond Bar Boulevard, Diamond Bar Wednesdays January 5-February 23 $18 + $3 material fee due to instructor each week 8 weeks Age 4-7 Time 4:00-5:00 p.m.

Days/Dates:

Fee/Length: Class Code 310105 310106 310205 310206

Day/Dates:

Fee/Length

Class Code 311023

Itty Bitty Bakers Parent & Me


Join the Itty Bitty Bakers to make sweet treats and yummy munchies! Students will also have the opportunity to make a craft or play a game. Parent participation required. Only children enrolled in class will be allowed to participate. Additional siblings will not be allowed to attend unless enrolled in the class. A $10 discount is available for additional siblings.
Instructor: Location: City Recreation Staff Founders Recreation Center 2000 Founders Drive Saturdays February 5-26

Sweet Pea Workout Parent & Me


This is a wonderful movement class for parents and tots. Coordination and social skills develop during various activities with bean bags, scarves, hoops, and tumbling equipment. This is a must see and do class for every child and parent. No special equipment or attire is needed.
Instructor: Location: Dee Dee Kaplan Founders Recreation Center 2000 Founders Drive Wednesdays 01: January 5-26 02: February 2-23 $33/4 weeks Age 1.5-3.5 Time 10:45-11:30 a.m.

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Fee/Length: Fee/Length: Class Code 314714 01 314714 02 $40/4 weeks Age 2-6 2-6 Time 10:00-11:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Class Code 314317 01-02

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Toddler Activities
Kids Love Music
Instructor: Location: Kids Love Music Staff Founders Recreation Center 2000 Founders Drive Wednesdays January 5-February 9 $66/6 weeks Day/Dates:

Little Champs
This tness class is specically designed for toddlers. The class concentrates on motor coordination by utilizing basic gymnastics, yoga exercises, and the application of subtle martial arts. Its a fun and exciting class that will encourage little ones to focus and follow directions while enhancing their social skills. T-shirts are required and may be purchased at Combined Martial Science for a one-time fee of $20. Please make sure to have a T-shirt before the start of class.
Instructor: Location: Combined Martial Science, Inc. Staff Combined Martial Science, Inc. 13611 12th Street, Suite A, Chino Tuesdays or Thursdays 01: January 4-27 02: February 1-24 $50/4 weeks Day Tue Thur Age 3-5 3-5 Time 9:00-10:00 a.m. 9:00-10:00 a.m.

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Babies Love Music


A fun, interactive play time for baby and adult, using lap songs, nger plays, peek-a-boo play, rhythm instruments, and drums. Along the way, your child will gain vocabulary enrichment, motor and listening skills, and social and cognitive development. Optional $20 material fee due to instructor. Adult participation required. Third sibling is FREE!
Class Code 310632 Age 4-14 months Time 3:15-3:45 p.m.

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Kids Love Music


Join us for an interactive, fun time with your child singing, dancing, and playing with puppets and rhythm instruments. End with an instrumental jam session using xylophones, glockenspiels, and drums! Along the way, experience creative, social, cognitive, and motor development. Optional $20 material fee due to instructor. Adult participation required. Third sibling is FREE!
Class Code 315334 315434 Age 1-4 1-4 Time 4:00-4:45 p.m. 5:00-5:45 p.m.

Fee/Length: Class Code 310936 01-02 310901 01-02

Ice Skating Parent & Me


Want to learn to ice skate? Join this beginning class that will teach you to glide effortlessly, skate forward, backward, spin, and stop. Youll also learn some very cool moves. $3 skate rental fee is due each week, if needed. Students should wear gloves and warm clothing. All public skating sessions are offered to City Recreation participants FREE of charge. You can skate seven days a week and pay only $3 for skate rental. *Parents skate FREE on Wednesday classes ONLY ONLY.
Instructor: Location: Ontario Ice Skating Rink Staff Ontario Ice Skating Rink 1225 W. Holt Boulevard, Ontario Wednesdays January 5-February 23 $52/8 weeks Age 2-5 Time 11:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Hawaiian & Tahitian Dance


Learn dances from Hawaii, Tahiti, New Zealand, Samoa and the Philippines. You will develop body coordination through basic movements, interaction skills by working as a group, and strengthen character through performing in front of an audience.
Instructor: Location: Virginia Sosa & Jamie-Lynn Robinett Founders Recreation Center 2000 Founders Drive Mondays January 24-February 14 $23/4 weeks Age 4-5 4-5 Level Beg I Beg II Time 6:00-6:30 p.m. 6:00-6:30 p.m.

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Fee/Length: Class Code 314318 314319

Fee/Length: Class Code 311027

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Toddler Activities
Pee Wee Tennis
This clinic is designed for little ones who are tired of watching the big kids have all the fun. The focus on many of the drills will be to help build hand-eye coordination and develop better balance while moving. Students learn the basics such as forehand, backhand, volley, and serve. Students need to supply a tennis racquet. Additional family members receive a $10 discount.
Instructor: Location: Tennis Anyone Staff Ayala High School Tennis Courts 14255 Peyton Drive Mondays and/or Wednesdays 01: January 3-26 *NO CLASS: January 17 02: January 31-February 23 *NO CLASS: February 21 $62/1 day per week for 4 weeks $77/2 days per week for 4 weeks Age 3-6 3-6 Days per week 1 Day 2 Days Time 6:00-6:45 p.m. 6:00-6:45 p.m.

All About Dance


Join us in one, or more, of these fun and unique dance classes! Professional instructor, Dee Dee Kaplan, has 30+ years of experience in dance, with a background in television media and theatre production. Ballet, tap, and jazz are taught through the inspiration of music. Development of positive self-esteem and reassurance is emphasized. Black patent tap and pink leather ballet shoes required for classes.
Instructor: Location: Dee Dee Kaplan Founders Recreation Center 2000 Founders Drive 01: 02: Beg.: Level I: Day Tue Wed Sat The week of January 3 The week of January 31 $33/4 weeks $$40/4 weeks Age 3.5-5.5 4.5-5.5 3.5-5.5 Level Beg. Level I* Beg. Time 3:30-4:15 p.m. 3:30-4:15 p.m. 8:45-9:30 a.m.

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Class Code 311022 01-02 311002 01-02

Class Code 314321 01-02 324348 01-02 314301 01-02

*Level I classes are performing company classes. Register ONLY with instructors approval.

Gymnastics Classes
SCATS, Diamond Elite, invites you to join their fantastic sport of gymnastics! This class is perfect for beginner gymnasts. Athletes will be taught on all Olympic apparatus, emphasizing physical tness and fun in our giant playground facility.
Instructor: Location: SCATS, Diamond Elite Staff SCATS, Diamond Elite Gymnastics 14040 Central Avenue, Chino Tuesdays January 4-February 22 Wednesdays January 5-February 23 $140/8 weeks Day Tue Wed Age 3-4 5-6 Time 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. 3:30-4:30 p.m.

Ice Skating Lessons


Do you want to learn how to ice skate? Join this beginning class that will teach you to glide effortlessly, skate forward, backward, spin, and stop. Youll also learn some very cool moves. $3 skate rental fee is due each week, if needed. Students should wear gloves and warm clothing. All public skating sessions are offered to City Recreation participants FREE of charge. You can skate seven days a week and pay only $3 for skate rental.
Instructor: Location: Ontario Ice Skating Rink Staff Ontario Ice Skating Rink 1225 W. Holt Boulevard, Ontario The week of January 3 $52/8 weeks Day Thur Sat Age 2-5 2-5 Time 6:00-6:30 p.m. 1:00-1:30 p.m.

Days/Dates:

Start Date: Fee/Length: Class Code 311029 01 311029 02

Fee/Length: Class Code 311026 311025

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Toddler Activities
Pee Wee Sports
Your little one will learn the basic fundamentals of basketball, baseball, or soccer in a non-competitive environment. Children are taught the values of team play and good sportsmanship in a fun-lled atmosphere! All participants will receive a T-shirt and end of season certicate.
Instructor: Start Date: Fee/Length: City Recreation Staff The week of January 3 $40/6 weeks

Gator Skate University


Learn to roller and blade skate! Students are taught beginning to advanced recreational skating, including backward skating, and safety tips. Free skates are provided during class, if needed. Parents must assist children if they are not able to stand on skates. Each child receives a certicate of completion at the end of the course. Four free admission passes are included. These may be used to practice what was learned in class during any of the public skating sessions. A $2.50 skate rental will be charged if skates are needed during public skate sessions.
Instructor: Location: Skate Express Staff Skate Express 12356 Central Avenue, Chino Saturdays January 8-February 26 $87/8 weeks Age 4-6 Time 9:30-10:15 a.m.

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Monday Classes
Location: Class Code 315630 315730 Grand Avenue Park, 1301 Grand Avenue Sport Soccer Soccer Age 3-4 3-4 Time 9:00-9:50 a.m. 10:00-10:50 a.m.

Fee/Length: Class Code 311028

Tuesday Classes
Location: Class Code 310431 316031 Community Park, 3280 Eucalyptus Drive Sport Soccer Soccer Age 3-4 5-6 Time 3:00-3:50 p.m. 4:00-4:50 p.m.

Ice Hockey Lessons


These are beginning lessons that focus on the fundamentals of skating, stopping with the puck, hockey positions, pivot turns, stick handling, and shooting. All public skating sessions are offered to City Recreation participants FREE of charge. You can skate seven days a week, while you are in classes! Requirements: Skates, hockey stick, and gloves. Skate rentals available for $3 per session.
Instructor: Location: Ontario Ice Skating Rink Staff Ontario Ice Skating Rink 1225 W. Holt Boulevard, Ontario Tuesdays January 4-February 22 Thursdays January 6-February 24 $52/8 weeks Day Tue Thur Age 6-14 2-5 Time 6:30-7:00 p.m. 6:00-6:30 p.m.

Wednesday Classes
Location: Class Code 315830 315930 Grand Avenue Park, 1301 Grand Avenue Sport Baseball Baseball Age 3-4 3-4 Time 3:00-3:50 p.m. 4:00-4:50 p.m.

Thursday Classes - On New Courts!


Location: Class Code 316132 316232 Grand Avenue Park, 1301 Grand Avenue Sport Basketball Basketball Age 3-4 5-6 Time 3:00-3:50 p.m. 4:00-4:50 p.m.

Saturday Classes
Location: Class Code 316332 316432 316532 316632 Vellano Park, 16321 Aviano Lane Sport Soccer Soccer Baseball Basketball Age 3-4 5-6 3-4 3-4 Time 9:00-9:50 a.m. 10:00-10:50 a.m. 11:00-11:50 a.m. 12:00-12:50 p.m.

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Tutor Whiz
Learn while having fun! Classes are split up according to age groups and each child receives a pre-set curriculum according to his/her grade level. Each subject consists of key concepts that most children struggle with during their school year. Classes are taught in a fun, upscale environment by caring and professional staff! A curriculum fee of $15 due to the instructor at the rst class.
Instructor: Location: Tutor Whiz Staff Tutor Whiz 13751 Roswell Avenue, Suite D, Chino Saturdays 01: January 8-22 02: February 5-19 $49/3 weeks + $15 curriculum fee due to instructor

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Fun with Spanish
Teaching conversational Spanish, this class is an interactive and uniquely compiled curriculum using visual aids and crafts.
Class Code 324902 01-02 Age 4-18 Time 11:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

Test Taking Skills


Take the anxiety out of test-taking! This class introduces key elements and some strategies in state tests such as CAT6, SAT, School Quizzes: Math, Critical Reading, and Writing.
Class Code 324903 01-02 Age 7-18 Time 11:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

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Homework Club
Need help? Our tutors teach all grade levels and all subjects! Just bring in your assignment or textbook, and we will review any subject you need help with.
Class Code 324904 01-02 Age 5-18 Time 12:15-1:30 p.m.

Phonics Fun & Reading Comprehension


In the Phonics group, use of ashcards, visual aids, and games will teach your child some key rules in the use of sounds and formations of words. In the Reading group, they will learn to pinpoint important information and summarize what they read.
Class Code 314901 01-02 Age 4-16 Time 9:00-9:45 a.m.

Computer Skill Challenge


Develop your skills by joining this fun computer class! In this class, students will challenge their computer skills to reach the next level of knowledge. Students will also receive instruction on Microsoft Ofce Word and PowerPoint. Computers are provided.
Instructor: Location: AGI Computer Learning Center Grand Avenue Park Community Building 1301 Grand Avenue Wednesdays January 5-February 23 $125/8 weeks + $10 material fee due to instructor Age 6-15 Time 7:00-8:00 p.m.

Math Mania & Algebra


Help improve mental math skills! Fun lled classes explore and teach key concepts from your childs grade year. Grades K-5: Strengthen and build condence in basic math using addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, and decimals. Grades 6-12: Key formulas covered in Algebra that students typically struggle with.
Class Code 314902 01-02 Age 5-18 Time 10:15-11:00 a.m.

Writing & Composition


Finally, a class designed to make a tedious task interesting to any student! Teaches writing skills such as topic sentences, sentence structures, and formatting ideas, and how to be more descriptive. Class will also involve summarizing a short reading assignment.
Class Code 324901 01-02 Age 6-18 Time 11:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

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Speech & Debate
Students will be trained in the art of public speaking and interactive persuasion. They will learn to speak condently and clearly in front of a large audience and will develop critical thinking skills and an ability to think on their feet. This program enhances writing and listening skills, and seeks to produce active, aware, and articulate citizens necessary for a strong democratic society.
Instructor: Location: JL Academy Staff JL Academy 13831 Roswell Avenue, Suite E Wednesdays January 12-February 16 $74/6 weeks + $10 material fee due to the instructor Age 10-13 14-18 Time 3:45-4:45 p.m. 4:45-5:45 p.m. Instructor: Location: KidsArt Staff KidsArt 2587 Chino Hills Parkway, Suite H Fridays 01: 02:

Drawing & Painting II


Through a step-by-step method, students are taught basic drawing and painting skills which result in surprisingly realistic artwork. Students learn to draw still-lifes, landscapes, animals, cartoons, Anime, the human gure, and portraiture. As part of the curriculum, students learn the form and structure of the human head and body, as well as techniques for drawing living and non-living things realistically. Mediums such as graphite, charcoal, pastels, watercolors, and acrylics are taught. Register today and open the door to the exciting world of art!

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Drawing & Painting I


Through a step-by-step method, students are taught basic drawing and painting skills which result in surprisingly realistic artwork. Students learn to draw still-lifes, landscapes, animals, and cartoons. Mediums include colored pencils, markers, oil pastels, watercolor pencils, chalk pastels, watercolors, and acrylics. Watch your children gain condence, ne motor skills, and concentration while learning and having fun! You will be amazed at how well they can learn to draw and paint.
Instructor: Location: KidsArt Staff KidsArt 2587 Chino Hills Parkway, Suite H Thursdays 01: January 6-27 02: February 3-24 $81/4 weeks + $5 material fee due to the instructor Age 4-6 Time 3:30-4:30 p.m.

January 7-28 February 4-25

Fee/Length: Class Code 321160 01-02

$121/4 weeks + $5 material fee due to instructor Age 7+ Time 6:45-8:15 p.m.

Animation Workshop
Students are taught how to create their own gures and storyboards. By learning how to draw features, such as eyes, noses, etc., students will learn how to create characters in the storyboard of their making. Great fun and excitement will result in seeing their storyboards come alive as students ink and color their nished drawings! The nal project will be learning how to draw and paint an animated cell in the classical manner.
Instructor: Location: KidsArt Staff KidsArt 2587 Chino Hills Parkway, Suite H Thursdays 01: January 6-27 02: February 3-24 $121/4 weeks + $5 material fee due to instructor Age 7+ Time 4:45-6:15 p.m.

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Jr. Chefs Cooking Class
If your child loves to cook and would like to have fun at the same time, then come check this out! Children will be introduced to the basics of cooking by helping prepare delicious food snacks in a fun group atmosphere. This is NOT a parent participation class.
Instructor: Location: Chino Hills Recreation Staff McCoy Residence 14276 Peyton Drive Thursday, February 24 $15/1-day workshop Fee/Length: Class Code 321610 Age 7-12 Time 4:00-5:30 p.m. Class Code 321053 $36/6 weeks Age 5-12 Time 6:45-7:40 p.m.

Pom Pom Class


Marching routines as well as dance routines will be taught in this fun and exciting class. Learn from one of Californias best instructors. She has even danced in movies such as Grease 2! Students will have the opportunity to march in a Disneyland Parade. Students must be enrolled in class four months prior to parade in order to participate. Parades take place in June and December. Pom poms can be purchased at the class at Grand Avenue Park for $22, but are not needed until child is ready to perform. Shorts, T-shirts and tennis shoes should be worn. No jeans or restricting clothes, please!
Instructor: Location: Shari Taylor Grand Avenue Park Community Building 1301 Grand Avenue Mondays January 3-February 14 *NO CLASS: January 17

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Packages start at $105!

Let Recreation Plan Your Next Birthday Bash!


Birthday Party Packages are for children 3-12 years old and includes trained staff, themed table decorations, tableware, party games, crafts, and face painting. Additional packages include cake, beverages, photos, goodie bags, and more. Birthday Party Packages can be added to your weekend gazebo or facility reservation at the following locations: Alterra Park, Buttereld Park, Crossroads Park, Danbury Park, English Springs Park, Faireld Ranch Park, Founders Recreation Center, Grand Avenue Park Community Building, Grand Avenue Park Gazebo, McCoy Equestrian & Recreation Center, and Mystic Canyon Community Building. 30-day advance registration is REQUIRED
* Movie parties will take place at Grand Avenue Park in the roller hockey rinks and do not require additional facility reservation fees. These parties can be scheduled for Fridays and Saturdays. ** Super Chefs parties will take place at Founders Recreation Center or McCoy Equestrian & Recreation Center.

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Guitar Classes
Choose a guitar class thats right for you! Each class is designed for anyone who wants to learn how to play the guitar. Students are required to provide an acoustic guitar or electric guitar and amplier. A $20 material fee due to instructor on the rst day of class.
Instructor: Location: Patrick Montoya A: McCoy Equestrian & Recreation Center 14280 Peyton Drive B: ATD Performing Arts Center 15320 Central Avenue The week of January 3 $150/8 weeks

Studio of Music & Performance


Pick a class and have fun as you explore the many aspects of music and performance. All classes have a nal performance with a live band at the end of the session. A $15 material fee is due to the instructor and will cover the cost of the performance.
Instructor: Location: Francis Sabado Founders Recreation Center 2000 Founders Drive Thursdays January 20-February 24 $70/6 weeks

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Drums - Percussion
Learn the fundamentals associated with playing the drums. A book, drum sticks, and pad purchase are required. Information will be given at registration.
Class Code 380643 Age 5+ Time 3:30-4:30 p.m.

Guitar for Young Beginners


This class provides the right start to music education by learning to play single note melodies, simplied chords, read music, and understand many basic musical terms. Material is presented with colorful illustrations to stimulate and maintain the students interest. A parent or guardian is required to be present with the student during each class.
Class Code 320642 Day Wed Location Age A 6-8 Time 4:00-4:50 p.m.

Young Beginning Voices


Do you want to be a Junior American Idol? Young people will have the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of singing and performing.
Class Code 320644 Age 5-11 Time 4:30-5:30 p.m.

Beginning Guitar
This class is for anyone just learning how to play acoustic or electric guitar. Lessons include tuning, rst position melody playing and chords, rhythms through eighth notes, solos, ensembles, strumming and picking.
Class Code 320641 330641 390640 Day Wed Wed Sat Location A A B Age 9-12 13+ 9-11 Time 4:55-5:45 p.m. 7:40-8:30 p.m. 12:40-1:30 p.m.

Teen Beginning Voices


Its never too late to learn how to sing. Focus on the fundamentals of singing and use the knowledge in your choir or other performance groups.
Class Code 330645 Age 12+ Time 5:30-6:30 p.m.

Intermediate & Advanced Voice


Advance your voice performance by learning to prep for voice auditions, competitions, and solos.
Class Code 320601 Age 5+ Time 6:30-7:30 p.m.

Beginning Rock Guitar


This class covers essential basics based on rock, metal and blues styles. Students are introduced to jamming on simple rhythm and lead patterns featuring cool riffs and licks that sound like Metallica, Guns N Roses, Nirvana, and traditional and modern blues. Acoustic guitars are welcome!
Class Code 390639 Day Wed Location Age A 12+ Time 5:50-6:40 p.m.

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Baton Twirling
Class focuses on body coordination and self-discipline, while learning to twirl a baton from an instructor who has produced several state and national champions! Students will have the opportunity to twirl in a Disneyland Parade. Students must be enrolled in class four months prior to parade in order to participate. Parades take place in June and December. Batons and end covers are available for $25. Shorts, T-shirts, and tennis shoes should be worn. No jeans, please!
Instructor: Location: Shari Taylor Grand Avenue Park Community Building 1301 Grand Avenue Mondays January 3-February 14 *NO CLASS: January 17 $36/6 weeks Age 5-12 Time 5:45-6:40 p.m.

Hip Hop
Come out and learn the newest hip hop moves from hip hop artist Carla Henson. Hip hop dancing is fun and a great workout and students will learn the latest hip hop dances and styles. This class is great for all ages, whether you are a beginner or advanced.
Instructor: Location: Carla Henson Founders Recreation Center 2000 Founders Drive Fridays February 4-25 $40/4 weeks Age 6-9 10-16 13+ Level Beginning Beginning Intermediate Time 2:30-3:30 p.m. 3:30-4:30 p.m. 4:30-5:30 p.m.

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Fee/Length: Class Code 324356 334357 349356

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Just Cheer
Do you want to be a CHEERLEADER? Come join the fun with instructors Jeanie and Jenifer Koury who will teach you the techniques of cheerleading! We will learn arm movements, jumps, kicks, stunting, and cheer routines. These activities will prepare children ages 4-14 for High School and All Star cheerleading teams while building self condence, balance, timing, and listening skills. Tennis shoes, shorts, sunscreen, and water are required for each class! Classes begin on Thursday for each session.
Instructor: Location: Jeanie and Jenifer Koury, Just Cheer Founders Recreation Center 2000 Founders Drive Thursdays 01: January 6-27 02: February 3-24 $40/4 weeks Age 4-14 Time 4:00-5:00 p.m.

Ice Skating Lessons


Want to learn to ice skate? Then this class is for you! Its a beginning class that will teach you to glide effortlessly, skate forward, backward, spin, and stop. Youll also learn some very cool moves. $3 skate rental fee is due each week, if needed. Students should wear gloves and warm clothing. All public skating sessions are offered to City Recreation participants FREE of charge. You can skate seven days a week and pay only $3 for skate rental.
Instructor: Location: Ontario Ice Skating Rink Staff Ontario Ice Skating Rink 1225 W. Holt Boulevard, Ontario Tuesdays 01: January 4-February 22 Saturdays 02: January 8-February 26 $52/8 weeks Day Tue Sat Age 6-14 6-14 Time 6:30-7:00 p.m. 1:00-1:30 p.m.

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Fee/Length: Class Code 381001 01-02

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All About Dance... And More!
Join us in one, or more, of these fun and unique dance classes! Professional instructor, Dee Dee Kaplan, has 30+ years of experience in dance, with a background in television media and theatre production.
Instructor: Location: Dee Dee Kaplan Founders Recreation Center 2000 Founders Drive 01: 02: 45 min.: 1 hr.: 1.25 hrs: 1.5 hrs.: 2 hrs.: The week of January 3 The week of January 31 $33/4 weeks $45/4 weeks $50/4 weeks $60/4 weeks $80/4 weeks

Karate
Students will learn the art of self-defense, which improves coordination, self-condence, discipline, respect, and sportsmanship. Beginning students will learn basic techniques, while intermediate students will learn more advanced techniques and forms.
Instructor: Location: Joe Rosas Founders Recreation Center 2000 Founders Drive Mondays & Wednesdays January 3-February 23 *NO CLASS: January 17 & February 21. Make-up classes will be held January 21 and February 25. $63/8 weeks Age 7-12 7-12 13+ Level Beg Int/Adv Adv Time 6:00-7:00 p.m. 7:00-8:00 p.m. 8:00-9:00 p.m.

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All About Dance


Ballet, tap and jazz are taught through the inspiration of music. Development of positive self-esteem and reassurance is emphasized. Black jazz and black tap shoes are required.
Class Code 324346 01-02 394346 01-02 394349 01-02 324347 01-02 Day Tue Tue Wed Sat Age 6-10 10+ 12+ 5-8 Level Beg Level I* Level III* Level II* Time 4:15-5:00 p.m. 5:00-6:00 p.m. 6:30-8:00 p.m. 9:30-10:30 a.m.

Fee/Length: Class Code 321064 326864 331064

Story Book Ballet


Each child is introduced to Classical Ballet through a magical story. Flexibility and body strengthening are encouraged by child friendly exercises. Students will need dance wear and pink leather ballet shoes.
Class Code 324302 01-02 Day Wed Age 5.5-7.5 Time 4:15-5:00 p.m.

for Kids with Autism


This tness class is specically designed for children with autism. We will concentrate on motor coordination by utilizing balance, gymnastics, yoga, and subtle Jujitsu/martial arts techniques. This is a fun and exciting class that will encourage your child to focus and follow directions while enhancing social skills. Uniforms are required and may be purchased at Combined Martial Science for $40.
Instructor: Location: Combined Martial Science, Inc. Staff Combined Martial Science, Inc. 13611 12th Street, Suite A, Chino Saturdays 01: January 8-29 02: February 5-26 $60/4 weeks Age 8+ Time 11:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m.

Martial Arts

Ballet & Pointe


Students will learn proper technique, oor movement, balance, grace, and body strength associated with ballet and pointe ballet. Students need dance attire, and either ballet shoes or pointe shoes.
Class Code 394355 01-02 394301 01-02 324354 01-02 Day Tue Wed Sat Age 10+ 8+ 10+ Level Pt./Int. Beg. Beg. Time 6:00-8:00 p.m. 5:15-6:30 p.m. 10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

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*Levels I, II, and III are performing company classes. Register ONLY with instructors approval.

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bile Mo ation e ecr R

Monday 2:30 - 6:00 p.m. Rancho Monte Vista Mobile Home Park 15050 Monte Vista Avenue Tuesday 2:30 - 6:00 p.m. Butterfield Park 17671 Mystic Canyon Drive Wednesday 2:30 to 6:00 p.m. Chino Hills Community Park 3280 Eucalyptus Drive Thursday 12:30 - 4:00 p.m. Los Serranos Elementary School 15650 Pipeline Avenue Friday 2:30 - 6:00 p.m. Alterra Park 4921 Soquel Canyon Parkway

Were Roll i n In to Yo ur Neighborhood!

Mobile Recreation

Winter Session December 20-Februaury 25

Year Round Program

FREE!

So come out and have some fun! Mobile Recreation provides a safe after-school environment for kids ages 5 to 13.
The Mobile Recreation van and recreation staff provide: * Homework Tutoring & Supplies * Arts and Crafts * Sporting Activities & Outdoor Games * Board Games *Nutritional Education & Snacks

Participants are required to sign in and out. Each child must have a signed emergency card on file. Schedule is subject to change due to other events and weather conditions.
Mobile Recreation will not take place on Friday, December 24th and Friday, December 31st due to the holidays.

Hawaiian & Tahitian Dance


Learn dances from Hawaii, Tahiti, New Zealand, Samoa and the Philippines. You will develop body coordination through basic movements, interaction skills by working as a group, and strengthen character through performing in front of an audience. Approval is needed to be placed in intermediate classes.
Instructor: Location: Virginia Sosa & Jamie-Lynn Robinett Founders Recreation Center 2000 Founders Drive Mondays January 24-February 14 $32/4 weeks Fee/Length: Class Code 394350 324318 337150 Age 6-19 6-19 14+ Level Beg I Beg II Int/Adv Time 6:30-7:30 p.m. 6:30-7:30 p.m. 7:30-9:30 p.m. Instructor: Location:

Bowling
Join this fun class where basic bowling techniques, score keeping, and safety will be taught. The rst two weeks of play will be instructional. During the remaining weeks, bowlers will bowl two games. A $5.50 fee will be due to the instructor each week and includes shoe rental.
Oak Tree Lanes Staff Oak Tree Lanes 990 N. Diamond Bar Boulevard, Diamond Bar Wednesdays January 5-February 23 $18 + $5.50 material fee due to instructor per week 8 weeks Age 8-14 Time 4:00-5:00 p.m.

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Gator Skate University
Learn to roller and blade skate! Students are taught beginning to advanced recreational skating, including backward skating, and safety tips. Free skates are provided during class, if needed. Parents must assist children if they are not able to stand on skates. Each child receives a certicate of completion at the end of the course. Four free admission passes are included with the course. These may be used to practice what was learned in class during any of the public skating sessions. A $2.50 skate rental will be charged if skates are needed during public skate sessions.
Instructor: Location: Skate Express Staff Skate Express 12356 Central Avenue, Chino Saturdays January 8-February 26 $87/8 weeks Age 7+ Time 10:15-11:00 a.m.

Volleyball Lessons
This class gives participants a head start in volleyball skills development. The fundamental skills in this class gives beginners and experienced players the opportunity to enhance skills and learn new ones in a variety of drills and games. Class instruction is designed for groups of three to ten participants. Students develop skills in hitting, digging, passing, serving, and blocking. Join today! Class will meet on holidays.
Instructor: Location: Brad Brown Chino Hills Community Park 3280 Eucalyptus Avenue Mondays 01: January 3-24 02: January 31-February 21 $50/4 weeks Age 8-10 11-14 8-10 11-14 15+ Time 4:30-5:15 p.m. 5:15-6:00 p.m. 4:30-5:15 p.m. 5:15-6:00 p.m. 6:00-6:45 p.m.

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Volleyball League
This league emphasizes the development and improvement of passing, setting, hitting, and rotation skills through drills and games. The entry fee includes a T-shirt. Youth leagues need parent participation and experienced volleyball enthusiasts for success. Join today!
Instructor: Location: Brad Brown Chino Hills Community Park 3280 Eucalyptus Avenue Saturdays January 8-February 26 $70/8 weeks Age 8-11 12-15 Time 9:15-10:45 a.m. 9:45-11:00 a.m.

Junior Golf Academy


The PGA-certied golf instructors of Los Serranos Golf and Country Club offer golf lessons for players of all ages and abilities. The lessons have been specically designed to help you quickly grasp the fundamentals of the full golf swing and the short game. Golf clubs, range-balls, and course green fee included.
Instructor: Location: Los Serranos Golf & Country Club Staff Los Serranos Golf & Country Club 15656 Yorba Avenue The week of January 2 $109/6 weeks Day Wed Sat Sun Age 7-15 7-15 7-15 Time 4:00-5:00 p.m. 12:00-1:00 p.m. 3:00-4:00 p.m.

Start Date: Fee/Length: Class Code 329101 329102 329103

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Tennis Clinics
Pick a clinic thats right for you! Experience the world of tennis in these fun and exciting clinics. See you on the courts! Students need to supply a tennis racquet. Additional family members receive a $10 discount.
Instructor: Location: Tennis Anyone Staff Ayala High School Tennis Courts 14255 Peyton Drive Monday through Thursday 01: January 3-27 *NO CLASS: January 17 02: January 31-February 24 *NO CLASS: February 21 Beginning Jr. Tennis Academy $77/1 day per week/4 weeks $102/2 days per week/4 weeks $127/3 days per week/4 weeks Advanced Jr. Tennis Academy $86/1 day per week/4 weeks $116/2 days per week/4 weeks $137/3 days per week/4 weeks Small Group Tennis Clinic $99/1 day per week/4 weeks $179/2 days per week/4 weeks

More Tennis Clinics!


Small Group Tennis Clinic
Small groups are a great alternative for those players wanting more attention. These groups will vary in size from 1 to 4 students per coach. Students will be grouped with other players based on level and age.
Class Code 381067 01-02 331067 01-02 Age 6-15 6-15 Days per week 1 Day 2 Days Time MW: T/TH: MW: T/TH: 6:45-7:45 p.m. 6:30-7:30 p.m. 6:45-7:45 p.m. 6:30-7:30 p.m.

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Mixed Martial Arts


Combined Martial Science teaches a combination of techniques including jiu-jitsu, kick-boxing, judo, boxing, yoga, gymnastics, and more. Class builds self-esteem and develops leadership qualities. Uniforms are required and may be purchased at Combined Martial Science for a one-time fee of $40. Please make sure to have a uniform before the start of class. Classes will meet on holidays.
Instructor: Location: Combined Martial Science, Inc. Staff Combined Martial Science, Inc. 13611 12th Street, Unit A, Chino Wednesdays 01: January 5-26 02: February 2-23 Mondays 03: January 3-24 04: January 31-February 21 $50/4 weeks Day Wed Mon Age 5-14 5-14 Time 4:45-5:45 p.m. 4:45-5:45 p.m.

Beginning Jr. Tennis Academy


The focus of this clinic is on having fun while learning the 4 major strokes of the game: forehand, backhand, volley, and serve. Students are grouped by ability into 1 of 3 levels and receive patches representing mastery when they have successfully demonstrated the skills of that level.
Class Code 321065 01-02 321003 01-02 321004 01-02 Age 7-13 7-13 7-13 Days per week 1 Day 2 Days 3 Days Time MTW: 6:00-7:30 p.m. MTW: 6:00-7:30 p.m. MTW: 6:00-7:30 p.m.

Advanced Jr. Tennis Academy


This clinic is for juniors with extensive experience or those who have successfully attained all three Beginning Junior Academy patches. The focus of this clinic is on learning how to play matches and acquire advanced skills and strokes.

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Fee/Length: Class Code 381066 01-02 381003 01-02 381004 01-02 Age 8-17 8-17 8-17 Days per week 1 Day 2 Days 3 Days Time M-TH: 7:30-9:30 p.m. M-TH: 7:30-9:30 p.m. M-TH: 7:30-9:30 p.m. Class Code 329001 01-02 329002 03-04

OmniGo Your Hometown Shuttle provides rides on a xed route every 60 minutes to various Chino Hills destination such as Ayala High School, Chino Hills High School, Chaffey College, the Chino Hills Government Center, and many key shopping centers including The Shoppes at Chino Hills. Visit omnitrans.org for more information and schedule times.

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Computer Technology Workshop for Microsoft Office
Join this class and upgrade your computer skills! Using hands-on experience, students will learn practical knowledge for the integration of Microsoft Ofce, such as Word, PowerPoint, and Excel, to sharpen computer skills. This class is designed for both beginners and experienced users seeking to advance their skill level.
Instructor: Location: AGI Computer Learning Center Grand Avenue Park Community Building 1301 Grand Avenue Wednesdays January 5-February 23 $125/8 weeks + $10 material fee due to instructor Age 18+ Time 8:00-9:00 p.m.

How to Build a Website


Build your own website in 3 hours! This fun, hands-on class is designed to give you the power to create a professional website during class and teach you to make changes and update your picture or content at any time from your home or business. No programming experience is necessary and the software is included in the material fee. You must bring your own Windows based laptop with wireless capabilities to class.
Instructor: Location: Kurt Wyman Grand Avenue Park Community Building 1301 Grand Avenue Saturday, February 19 $39/1-day seminar + $40 material fee due to instructor Age 18+ Time 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

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Introduction to Computers and Word Processing


Students completing this course will have developed a fundamental understanding of how computers work, how to use them, and the terms you keep hearing about but arent quite sure what they mean. We will show you Microsoft Word for basic communication skills and Excel for spreadsheet with calculation. Class includes hands on practice to apply the learned skills to make yers and/or resumes.
Instructor: Location: AGI Computer Learning Center Grand Avenue Park Community Building 1301 Grand Avenue Wednesdays January 5-February 23 $125/8 weeks + $10 material fee due to instructor Age 18+ Time 10:00-11:00 a.m.

Beginning Guitar
This class is for anyone just learning how to play acoustic or electric guitar. Lessons include tuning, rst position melody playing and chords, rhythms through eighth notes, solos, ensembles, strumming, and picking. Students are required to provide an acoustic guitar or electric guitar and amplier. A $20 material fee due to instructor on the rst day of class.
Instructor: Location: Patrick Montoya McCoy Equestrian & Recreation Center 14280 Peyton Drive Wednesdays January 5-February 23 $150/8 weeks Age 13+ Time 7:40-8:30 p.m.

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Fee/Length: Class Code 330641

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Adult Activities
Dog Obedience
How have you and your dog been getting along lately? If you need help establishing good conduct and curbing bad habits such as destructive chewing, hole digging, and over exuberance, enroll Rover now! All breeds, ages six months and older may join. Larger breeds are accepted at four months. All basic obedience commands including the heel, automatic sit, sit-stay, down, down-stay, stand for inspection, come, and gure eight will be covered, as well as introduction to long distance and off-leash work. Trophies and certicates are awarded at graduation. Please bring current vaccination records and $10 material fee to the rst meeting, which will be an orientation, to be held indoors, WITHOUT DOGS. All remaining meetings held in parking lot.
Instructor: Location: Dog Services Unlimited McCoy Equestrian & Recreation Center Parking Lot 14280 Peyton Drive Thursdays January 13-March 3 $79/8 weeks Age 9+ Time 6:30-7:30 p.m.

Canine Agility Course


Looking for fun, exercise and quality time to spend with your canine companion? This course introduces a variety of challenging obstacles, including tunnels, teeter-totter, tire jump, A-frame, dog walk, and weave poles. No previous experience required, but some basic obedience is helpful. Trophies and certicates will be awarded at timed agility contest on nal meeting. Bring current vaccination records, a lawn chair, and a $30 materials fee to rst class, held WITHOUT DOGS.
Instructor: Location: Dog Services Unlimited Yorba Linda Community Center 4501 Casa Loma Avenue Saturdays January 15-March 5 $79/8 weeks Age 18+ Time 10:00-11:00 a.m.

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Fee/Length: Class Code 334402

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Fee/Length: Class Code 384483

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Chino Hills Citizens Academy


This series of workshops offers a well-rounded overview of municipal government and the services and resources that are available to residents. The Citizens Academy consists of four two-hour training sessions. Students are Class Schedule asked to attend all sessions. Registration deadline is February 22. February 28th Neighborhood Network
Instructor: Location: Bonnie Michaels City Hall Community Room 14000 City Center Drive Mondays 7:00-9:00 p.m. 16+ FREE 334803

March 14th March 28th April 4th

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Program Overview Government Overview: Transparency & Accountability City Organization Neighborhood/Business Watch: Tools and Resources

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Adult Activities
Adult Studio of Music & Performance
Pick a class and have fun as you explore the many aspects of music and performance. All classes have a nal performance with a live band at the end of the session. A $15 material fee is due to the instructor and will cover the cost of the performance.
Instructor: Location: Francis Sabado Founders Recreation Center 2000 Founders Drive Thursdays January 20-February 24 $70/6 weeks

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Adult Beginning Voices


Its never too late to learn how to sing. Focus on the fundamentals of singing and use the knowledge in your choir or other performance groups.
Class Code 330684 Age 18+ Time 7:30-8:30 p.m.

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Intermediate & Advanced Voice


Advance your voice performance by learning to prep for voice auditions, competitions, and solos.
Class Code 320601 Age 5+ Time 6:30-7:30 p.m.

Hawaiian & Tahitian Dance


Learn dances from Hawaii, Tahiti, New Zealand, Samoa, and the Philippines. You will develop body coordination through basic movements, interaction skills by working as a group, and strengthen character through performing in front of an audience.
Instructor: Location: Virginia Sosa & Jamie-Lynn Robinett Founders Recreation Center 2000 Founders Drive Mondays January 24-February 14 $32/4 weeks Age 20+ 14+ Level Beg I Int/Adv Time 7:30-8:30 p.m. 7:30-9:30 p.m.

Chino Hills Hiking Club


Back by popular demand, Recreation is offering a Hiking Club in the spring! Start stretching now and look for more information in the Spring brochure. 34

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Fee/Length: Class Code 334319 337150

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Adult Activities
Hip Hop
Come out and learn the newest hip hop moves from hip hop artist Carla Henson. Hip hop dancing is fun and a great workout and students will learn the latest hip hop dances and styles. This class is great for all ages, whether you are a beginner or advanced.
Instructor: Location: Carla Henson Founders Recreation Center 2000 Founders Drive Fridays February 4-25 $40/4 weeks Age 13+ Level Beg/Int Time 4:30-5:30 p.m.

Salsa Classes
So you think you cant dance? With professional instruction, group and individual effort, families, couples, and singles will advance into the desired levels of the most popular and professional Salsa dance styles. Having a dance partner serves as a higher advancement level benet but is not mandatory. Please wear comfortable clothing. Couples receive a $10 discount.
Instructor: Location: Enoc Rivera Grand Avenue Park Community Building 1301 Grand Avenue Tuesdays January 4-February 22 $103/8 weeks

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Fee/Length: Class Code 349356

Open Play at Grand Avenue Park


If youre a hockey or basketball fan, Grand Avenue Park is the place to be! Our roller hockey courts have been converted to also accommodate basketball programs. Please call the Grand Avenue Park sports ofce for available times for free play at (909) 548-4942. Court and rink reservations take priority over open play.

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Family Salsa I
Families will have fun learning all levels of the most popular Latin Salsa styles, enjoy the aerobic benets, and slim their bodies through individual couples and group Salsa dance routines.
Class Code 334301 Age 18+ Time 6:00-6:55 p.m.

Belly Dancing
Belly dancing is a great workout for the entire body. New students will learn basic steps and how to play nger cymbals. Returning students will work on their technique, as well as learning something new each session. Space is limited so register early! Remember to wear exible clothing. New students pay a $15 material fee for a set of four nger cymbals due to instructor on the rst day of class. Registration deadline is Tuesday, January 18.
Instructor: Location: Shahira Founders Recreation Center 2000 Founders Drive Thursdays January 20-February 24 $51/6 weeks Age 15+ Time 7:30-8:30 p.m.

Couples & Singles Salsa II


In this Salsa class, couples and singles will have fun learning the most popular Latin Salsa styles, enjoy its aerobic benets, and slim their bodies through Salsa steps, spins, and hip routines.
Class Code 334386 Age 18+ Time 7:00-7:55 p.m.

Couples & Singles Salsa III


Intermediate couples and singles will have fun choreographing unique Salsa dance routines as they continue to enjoy its aerobic benets and slim their bodies.
Class Code 334387 Age 18+ Time 8:00-8:55 p.m.

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Fee/Length: Class Code 334385

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Yoga & Pilates
Pick a class thats right for you! Experience the world of yoga in these fun and exciting classes. Remember to dress comfortably! Bring a towel and water!
Instructor: Location: Addicted to Yoga, Polina Marian Addicted to Yoga Studio 13751 Roswell Avenue, Suite E, Chino Monday through Saturday 01: The week of January 3 02: The week of January 31 Guided Meditation: Beginning Yoga: Pilates Classes: $29/4 weeks $39/4 weeks $49/4 weeks

Partner Yoga Workshop


Enjoy the benets of working with a partner in this workshop. Regardless of skill level, Partner Yoga allows students work with a partner to help one another move into different poses. Students may bring a partner or come by themselves. A Valentines Day brunch will be served.
Instructor: Location: Addicted to Yoga, Polina Marian Addicted to Yoga Studio 13751 Roswell Avenue, Suite E, Chino Sunday, February 13 $20 per person/1-day workshop Age 13+

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Beginning Yoga
This beginning yoga class is centered on learning the correct form for basic standing poses, forward bends, back bends, and twists. An introduction to yoga for those who are new and wish to learn more.
Class Code 330935 01-02 338901 01-02 338902 01-02 Day Mon Wed Fri Age 13+ 13+ 13+ Time 7:30-8:30 p.m. 10:00-11:00 a.m. 6:15-7:15 p.m.

Cardio Pilates
A fun and challenging way to practice Pilates! Learn more challenging poses to upbeat music and moves that will leave your muscles toned. Be prepared to sweat!
Class Code 338903 01-02 Day Wed Age 13+ Time 8:30-9:30 p.m.

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Zumba
Come join us for a fun, energetic workout! Zumba is one of the most popular aerobics classes, combining dance moves with international music. Be sure to bring water and a towel to each class.
Instructor: Location: Maria McCutcheon Founders Recreation Center 2000 Founders Drive Thursdays January 20-February 24 $53/6 weeks Age 17+ Time 6:15-7:15 p.m.

Beginning Pilates
This pilates class concentrates on the muscles of the abdominals and back, creating benets such as improved posture, core strength, and body awareness. This class is appropriate for all levels from beginners to advanced students.
Class Code 338904 01-02 Day Thur Age 13+ Time 6:15-7:15 p.m.

Guided Meditation - New!


Join this class as a wonderful way to relieve stress, anxiety, tension, headaches, lower blood pressure, and decrease feelings of depression. This class is led by a guided teacher and ows through relaxing different parts of your body while you lay down in a beautiful scenic room.
Class Code 338905 01-02 Day Tue Age 13+ Time 6:15-6:45 p.m.

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Adult Activities
Jazzercise
When you love your workout, results come easily. Thats why Jazzercise, a 60-minute class, blends aerobics, yoga, pilates, and kick-boxing movements into fun dance routines set to fresh new music. Muscle toning and strengthening using weights are included. All tness levels are welcome. Please bring mat or large towel, bottled water, and hand held weights to class each time.
Instructor: Location: Annette Ware Founders Recreation Center 2000 Founders Drive Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays January 3-February 25 *NO CLASS: January 17 & February 21 $72/8 weeks Age 13+ 13+ Time M: 8:15-9:15 a.m. Th/F: 9:00-10:00 a.m. T/Th: 6:00-7:00 p.m.

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Learn the fundamentals of the gentle art. Concerned with self-defense, these techniques are based upon principles of balance and leverage. This practical method uses a system of manipulating the body in a manner where you can avoid relying upon strength or weapons to defend yourself and those you love. A uniform is required for the class and is available for purchase at the UMAC studio for $50. Please purchase the uniform prior to the beginning of class class.
Instructor: Location: Sensei Johnson & Staff Universal Martial Arts Center 14610 Pipeline Avenue, Chino Tuesdays & Thursdays 01: January 4-27 02: February 1-24 $75/4 weeks Age 13+ Time 7:30-8:45 p.m.

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Fee/Length: Class Code 330906 01-02

Fee/Length: Class Code 330994 380994

Open Play Adult Volleyball League


This league is for individuals or teams. The structure of the league may be altered in order to accommodate all players. Advanced court play and recreation play courts will be used. Class will meet on holidays.
Instructor: Location: Brad Brown Chino Hills Community Park 3280 Eucalyptus Avenue Mondays January 3-February 21 $50/8 weeks Age 14+ Time 6:30-8:00 p.m.

Jazzercise: Circuit Training


With a proven combination of aerobic exercise and strength training with weights and resistance tubes, this Jazzercise workout covers all the tness bases as you cross-train your way to a t and fabulous look. Please bring bottled water, weights, and a sweat towel to each class.
Instructor: Location: Annette Ware Founders Recreation Center 2000 Founders Drive Tuesdays & Thursdays January 4-February 24 $72/8 weeks Age 13+ Time 8:00-8:50 a.m.

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Fee/Length: Class Code 331098

Fee/Length: Class Code 330993

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Adult Activities
Stroller Strides
Are you a new mom? Are you looking to get back in shape? Then Stroller Strides is your solution! Stroller Strides classes consists of a Power Walk and body toning exercises using your stroller and your baby. In 60 minutes, you will get a total body workout improving your cardiovascular endurance, your strength and your exibility. Make new friends, get in shape, and watch your baby love every moment!
Instructor: Location: Stroller Strides - Kelly McClister Alterra Park 4921 Soquel Canyon Parkway Tuesdays & Thursdays January 4-February 24 $100/8 weeks Age 18+ Time 9:00-10:00 a.m.

Adult Golf Lessons


The PGA-certied golf instructors of Los Serranos Golf and Country Club offer golf lessons for players of all ages and abilities. The lessons have been specically designed to help you quickly grasp the fundamentals of the full golf swing and the short game. Golf clubs, range-balls, and course green fee included.
Instructor: Location: Los Serranos Golf & Country Club Staff Los Serranos Golf & Country Club 15656 Yorba Avenue The week of January 3 *NO CLASS: January 17 $109/6 weeks Day Mon Wed Sat Age 16+ 16+ 16+ Time 6:00-7:00 p.m. 7:00-8:00 p.m. 9:00-10:00 a.m.

Days/Dates:

Fee/Length: Class Code 330903

Start Dates:

Fee/Length: Class Code 339101 339102 339103

Cardio Kickboxing
Cardio Kickboxing combines aerobic, resistance, and core training for a total body workout. The authentic boxing and Thai kickboxing techniques will give you valuable self-defense skills. This class will increase energy and tness levels, relieve stress, and put you in the best shape of your life. Experience in martial arts is not required. Make-up classes will be offered in class. Please come one half hour early to the rst class, and bring a water bottle and towel each time.
Instructor: Location: Sensei Johnson & Staff Universal Martial Arts Center 14610 Pipeline Avenue, Chino Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays - AM 01: January 3-February 25 Mondays, Wednesdays & Saturdays - PM 02: January 3-February 26 $99/8 weeks

Womens Cardio, Strength, & Conditioning


All the conditioning includes numerous cardio drills, a variety of light weight training drills, circuit training, kickboxing and martial arts drills, and abdominal exercises. The instructor constantly changes the workout routine from one class to the next, in order to shock the body. T-shirts are required and may be purchased at Combined Martial Science for a one-time fee of $20. Please make sure to have a T-shirt before the start of class.
Instructor: Location: Combined Martial Science, Inc. Staff Combined Martial Science, Inc. 13611 12th Street, Suite A, Chino Mondays & Wednesdays 01: January 3-26 02: January 31-February 23 $50/4 weeks Age 14+ Time 9:00-10:00 a.m.

Days/Dates:

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Fee/Length: Class Code 331092 01 331092 02

Fee/Length: Day M/W/F M/W/Sa Age 13+ 13+ Time M/W/F: 9:00-10:00 a.m. M/W: 6:45-7:45 p.m. Sa: 8:30-9:30 a.m. Class Code 330905 01-02

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Adult Activities
Women's Self Defense
This seminar, specically designed for women, focuses on rape prevention techniques and tactics. This seminar will teach you how to defend yourself against common chokes, bear hugs, and grabs as well as other attacks, including what to do when you are confronted with a weapon. We emphasize realistic scenarios and realistic defense for women! Please wear comfortable clothes to class.
Instructor: Location: Sensei Johnson & Staff Universal Martial Arts Center 14610 Pipeline Avenue, Chino Tuesdays 01: January 18 02: February 22 $20/1-day workshop Age 13+ Time 6:30-8:30 p.m. Fee/Length:

Tennis Clinics
Pick a clinic thats right for you! Experience the world of tennis in these fun and exciting clinics. See you on the courts! Students need to supply a tennis racquet. Additional family members receive a $10 discount.
Instructor: Location: Tennis Anyone Staff Ayala High School Tennis Courts 14255 Peyton Drive Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and/or Thursdays 01: January 4-27 *NO CLASS: January 17 03: February 1-24 *NO CLASS: February 21 Adult Tennis Clinic $86/4 weeks Tournament Tennis Academy $101/1 day per week for 4 weeks $151/2 days per week for 4 weeks

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Fee/Length: Class Code 330977 01-02

Tai Chi Chuan & Qi Gong


Experience the best of what Tai Chi and Qi Gong have to offer! This class will include meditation with movement, deep breathing, the art of self-healing, and visualization to enter the mind/body connection. Instructor has 40+ years of experience in martial arts, is credentialed with an 8th degree black belt, and has taught for over 20 years. Advanced students will learn three major forms: Yang, Wu, and Chen and will also learn the art of self hypnosis.
Instructor: Location: Nick and Ivy De Mauro Aegis Senior Living 14837 Peyton Drive Saturdays January 8-February 26 Mondays January 3-February 14 *NO CLASS: January 17 Saturdays Beginning: Advanced: Mondays Beginning: Advanced: Day Sat Sat Mon Mon Age 21+ 21+ 21+ 21+

Adult Tennis Clinic


Adult players of all levels benet from our unique clinics. The Adult Clinic gives the big kids an opportunity to work on improving their skills, while getting a workout, making new friends, and having fun. Students will learn the basic strokes, as well as training in the more advanced areas of the game.
Class Code 331097 01-02 Day Wed Age 18+ Time 7:30-9:30 p.m.

Tournament Tennis Academy


This academy is for players who have passed their skills test, are on a high school varsity team, have a Southern California ranking or NTRP ranking of 3.5 or above, or have won a satellite tournament. Students will focus on aspects of the sport that will allow them to take their games to the next level and have success in tournament or high school team play.
Class Code 331099 01-02 381005 01-02 Age 10+ 10+ Days Per Week 1 Day 2 Days Time T/Th: 6:00-8:00 p.m. T/Th: 6:00-8:00 p.m.

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$140/8 weeks $150/8 weeks $105/6 weeks $115/6 weeks Level Beg Adv Beg Adv Time 10:00-11:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 10:00-11:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Class Code 338401 338402 338403 338404

CPR Classes Available!


To acquire more information regarding these classes, please call the Chino Valley Independent Fire District at (909) 9025260. Remember, this decision may save someones life!

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Adult Activities
Ice Skating Lessons
Want to learn to ice skate? Then this class is for you! Its a beginning class that will teach you to glide effortlessly, skate forward, backward, spin, and stop. Youll also learn some very cool moves. $3 skate rental fee is due each week, if needed. Students should wear gloves and warm clothing. All public skating sessions are offered to City Recreation participants FREE of charge. You can skate seven days a week and pay only $3 for skate rental.
Instructor: Location: Ontario Ice Skating Rink Staff Ontario Ice Skating Rink 1225 W. Holt Boulevard, Ontario Thursdays January 6-February 24 $52/8 weeks Age 14+ Time 6:30-7:00 p.m.

Ultimate Frisbee
Interested in playing one of the fastest growing sports in California? Then get a team together and sign up today for the City of Chino Hills Adult Ultimate Frisbee league. Players receive a 7-game season plus two weeks for playoffs and a trophy for the rst place team. Games will be held at Grand Avenue Park. Priority registration for returning teams is January 3-16. Open registration for all teams is January 17-21.
Location: Grand Avenue Park 1301 Grand Avenue Fridays League play begins February 4 18+ $100/team - 6 team maximum

Day/Dates:

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Fee/Length: Class Code 331029

For more information, please call Grand Avenue Park at (909) 548-5942.

Adult Soccer League


The City of Chino Hills welcomes teams and individuals to the Adult Soccer League. A fun, competitive, and quality program for all levels of soccer players is provided. Players receive a 10-game season with ofcials. Games will be held at Grand Avenue Park located at 1301 Grand Avenue. You must already be on a City of Chino Hills established team to register; if you are not already on a team, please call the Grand Avenue Park ofce to be placed on a player interest list. League play begins the week of February 7.

Krav Maga
Based on simple principles and instinctive movements, this reality-based system is designed to teach real self defense in the shortest possible time. Learn to defend against common chokes and grabs, as well as weapons such as guns, knives, and sticks. More importantly, we teach people how to function during the stress and shock of a sudden violent encounter. Tested on the battleeld and in the streets, Krav Magas practical approach will make you safer and more secure.
Instructor: Location: Sensei Johnson & Staff Universal Martial Arts Center 14610 Pipeline Avenue, Chino Mondays & Wednesdays - PM 01: January 3-26 02: January 31-February 23 Wednesdays & Saturdays - AM 03: January 5-29 04: February 2-26 $60/4 weeks Age 13+ 13+ Time M/W: 7:45-8:45 p.m. W: 10:00-11:00 a.m. Sa: 9:30-10:30 a.m.

Adult Soccer League Information


League Womens 30+ Coed - New! Mens 30+ Womens 18+ Start Time Evenings Evenings Mornings/Afternoons Evenings Day Thursdays Fridays Sundays Sundays

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Adult Soccer Registration Information


Priority Registration for returning teams is January 3-16. Open registration for all other teams is January 18-23.

Fee/Length: Class Code 331091 01-02 331091 03-04

Adult Soccer Fees


Fee: $53 for Residents $63 for Non-Residents All players are required to bring a photo ID with birth date to all games.

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Trips & Tours


Get Up & Go Tours Presents... Sport Fishing
Newport Landing is offering you the chance to go sport shing! Participants may choose from either 1/2 day trips or 3/4 day trips. Rentals are available for shing rods and tackle bags and a one day license can be purchased for those 16 or older.
Location: Newport Landing 309 Palm Street, #F, Newport Beach Monday through Sunday *You pick the date! M-F Sa-Su 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. (1/2 day) 6:00 a.m.-Noon or 12:30-5:30 p.m. (1/2 day) 7:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (3/4 day)

Whale Watching
The California Grey Whale makes the most spectacular and longest mass migration of any marine mammal. Grey Whales migrate annually along the west cost of North America from the summer feeding grounds in the Bering Sea to the winter grounds of the Baja California lagoons and back along the Orange County coast during the months of December through early April. Newport Landing offers Whale Watching cruises twice daily Monday through Friday and three trips on Saturdays and Sundays. The cruise lasts approximately three hours.
Location: Newport Landing 309 Palm Street, #F, Newport Beach Monday through Sunday Now through early April *You pick the date! M-F Sa-Su 01: 02: 10:00 a.m./1:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m./Noon/2:30 p.m. $29 per Adult (13+) $24 per Child (3-12) Age All ages welcome

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1/2 Day 01: 02: 3/4 Day 03: 04:

$37 per Adult (13+) $30 per Child (3-12) $65 per Adult (13+) $50 per Child (3-12) Age All ages welcome

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Class Code 381307 01-04

Class Code 381374 01-02

The Big Train Show


The Big Train Show is returning to Ontario with elaborate layouts from model railroad clubs and Southern Californias largest Lego Train layout. Participate in a railroad clinic, Pan for Gold, or purchase one of the many trains that will be on sale through on-site vendors. For an additional fee of $45, USA Trains will have an interactive dinner show on Saturday night.
Instructor: Location: Get Up & Go Tours Ontario Convention Center Ontario, CA Saturday, May 21 or Sunday, May 22 Saturday: 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Sunday: 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. $10 per person (12 and under are FREE) Age All ages welcome

Days/Date: Time:

Fee: Class Code 381301

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City Sponsored Trips & Tours

City of Chino Hills

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City Sponsored Trips & Tours


J. Paul Getty Center
The Getty Center in Los Angeles presents the Getty's collection of Western art from the Middle Ages to the present against a backdrop of dramatic architecture, tranquil gardens, and breathtaking views. Designed by architect Richard Meier, the center opened in 1997. The museum houses the Getty collection of European paintings, drawings, sculpture, illuminated manuscripts, decorative arts, and American and European photographs. The complex also maintains a research library and archives, which include performance and lecture facilities; conservation and art historical research institutes; and educational and computer centers. Participants can also arrange free tours throughout the day with experts on various topics and dining facilities are also available. Fee includes charter bus transportation. Registration is required by March 25.
Location: Day/Date: Time: Los Angeles, CA Saturday, April 2 Bus departs FRC at 9:00 a.m. Bus returns to FRC at approximately 4:00 p.m. $25 per person Level Age All ages welcome Time 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

Fee: Class Code 381401

All City of Chino Hills sponsored Trips & Tours will depart/arrive from Founders Recreation Center (FRC), located at 2000 Founders Drive.

Temecula Wine Tasting


Venture to the Temecula Valley for a day of shopping and wine. Our rst stop will be at Old Town Temecula where you can roam the quaint streets, antique shop, participate in olive oil tasting, or grab a bite to eat before we head for the wineries. We will then depart for Wilson Creek Winery, home of the famous Almond Champagne. Here we will be treated to a private tasting of 5 wines and champagne. Our nal stop will be to Bella Vista Winery, one of the oldest in Temecula and has several award winning wines. Here you will taste 6 wines of your choice before departing for home. Fee includes charter bus transportation and wine tastings. Registration is required by Monday, April 25.
Location: Day/Date: Time: Temecula, CA Saturday, May 7 Bus departs FRC at 9:00 a.m. Bus returns to FRC at approximately 4:30 p.m. $45 per person Level Age 21+ Time 9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Fee: Class Code 381402

A free logo wine glass is yours to keep from each winery!

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Active Adults 50+


Lifelong Learning Opportunities for a Vibrant, Active Life
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the California State University Fullerton (OLLI-CSUF) will sponsor two free winter programs in the Community Room at Chino Hills City Hall.
Location: Fee/Length: Government Center Community Room 14000 City Center Drive FREE/3-4 weeks

Do you have an idea for an Active Adult class or workshop youd like to see offered? Or maybe an idea for a future special event or club? Please call Lyna Thoeun, Recreation Coordinator at (909) 364-2704 with your ideas and suggestions.

Special Interest Groups


Start your morning off enjoying your favorite hobby in an informal setting while also having the opportunity to socialize among peers with the same interests. Share your knowledge with one another as there will be no formal instruction. There will be opportunities for guest speakers; however, this is not a class. Set aside some time for a leisurely activity and dont set any limits as to what you can learn from each other.
Location: Day/Dates: Government Center Community Room 14000 City Center Drive Mondays Year-Round 50+

Lifelong Learning Sampler

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This three-session sampler includes single presentations of some the most popular of OLLIs more than 90 activities and classes: The Supreme Court , Democracy and Law in America Great Decisions in Foreign Policy 2011 Climate Change: Its All About CO2, H20 and the Sun
Day/Dates: Class Code 344006 Saturdays February 5-19

FREE
Drop-In Program

Age: Age 50+ Time 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Keys in Retirement Discussion Group


Offered as part of OLLIs Transitions in Retirement program, this discussion group combines expert analysis and recommendations with participant wisdom to explore the many nancial, psychological, social and related issues, and life phases entailed in transitioning into retirement. The goal is to ease and enlighten the transition from an active life while employed to an equally or improved life enriched through lifelong learning and the pursuit of ones passions.
Day/Dates: Wednesdays January 26-February 16 Age 50+ Time 10:00-11:30 a.m.

Bookworms
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1st Monday of each month *Holiday closures-Meeting will take place on Tuesday 10:00-11:30 a.m.

Knit & Stitch


Day: Time: 2nd Monday of each month 10:00-11:30 a.m.

Gardening
Day: Time: 3rd Monday of each month 10:00-11:30 a.m.

Class Code 344007

Recipe Exchange
Day: Time: 4th Monday of each month 10:00-11:30 a.m.

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Active Adults 50+


Poems that Make Your Toes Twinkle
William Wordsworth dened poetry as the spontaneous overow of powerful feelings. We read, write and perform poetryand our toenails twinkle. Come enjoy this OLLI special presentation.
Instructor: Location: Day/Date: Fee/Length: Class Code 344005 OLLI Government Center Community Room 14000 City Center Drive Wednesday, February 23 FREE/1-day session Age 50+

The Price is Right!


Chino Hills, Come on down! Get your chance at becoming a contestant on the longest running game show in the world, The Price is Right! Now hosted by Drew Carey, the show continues to be one of Americas favorite game shows. For a small price toward transportation, dont pass up this opportunity to test your pricing skills at games such as Plinko, Cliffhangers, Punch a Bunch, Dice Game, and more! Bring two forms of identication (i.e. Drivers License or passport and Social Security Card). Also, bring your own lunch or extra cash for lunch on your own. Registration is required by Friday, January 7.
Location: Date: Time: CBS Television City, Los Angeles Monday, January 24 Bus departs from FRC at 10:00 a.m. Bus returns to FRC at approximately 7:30 p.m. 01: 02: Age 18+ $25 per Active Adult (50+) $28 per Adult (18-49) Level Time 10:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m.

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Time 10:00-12:00 p.m.

Writers Workshop
This class will provide instruction and practice in a variety of writing techniques needed for ction writing, screenplays, and memoirs. Topics included are: characterization, setting, description, angle of narration, plotting, and dialogue. A $5 material fee will be due to the instructor in class.
Instructor: Location: Ann Hardman Chino Hills Library Community Room 14020 City Center Drive Wednesdays January 5-February 23

Fee:

Class Code 381406 01-02

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"New"

Are rated on a 1-2-3 level scale


Little or no walking Moderate amount of walking Quite a bit of walking

Trips & Tours

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01: $43 per Active Adult (50+) 02: $53 per Adult (21-49) 8 weeks Age 21+ Time 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Class Code 344801 01-02

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AARP Free Tax Preparation
Need help with your income tax return? Call the Chino Hills Recreation Division at (909) 364-2700 and we will schedule you for a 45 minute appointment with an AARP and IRS certied tax assistant. Appointments need to be scheduled at least two days in advance.
Instructor: Location: Certied AARP Tax Assistant Government Center Community Room 14000 City Center Drive Tuesdays & Fridays February 1-April 15 Tuesdays: Fridays:

Cooking Classes
No rare ingredients, no complicated recipes, just great food and great fun! With over 30 years of experience, Chef Roberto Velez will make cooking easy for everyone. Impress family and friends with the tools you receive in this class to repeat right in your own kitchen. Bring your own food storage containers to take home samples. Recipes are included.
Instructor: Location: Fee: Robert Velez, Cooking Made Easy Government Center Community Room 14000 City Center Drive 01: 02: $28 per Active Adult (50+) $30 per Adult (18-49)

Days/Dates:

"New"

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9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. 2:00-5:00 p.m.

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FREE/45-minute session

Holiday Appetizers
You will learn to make Creamy Spinach Phyllo Rolls, Asian Meatballs, and Chipotle-Cheddar Cheesecake. Registration is required by December 8. Hurry up and register as class is limited to 12 participants.
Day/Date: Class Code 345203 01-02 345204 01-02 Monday, December 13 Age 18+ 18+ Time 3:30-5:30 p.m. 6:00-8:00 p.m.

How Acupuncture Can Help You


This class will introduce Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Participants will learn how it works, what ailments acupuncture can treat, why alternative medicine can become your method of health wellness, and why herbal medicine can help reduce the side effects of drugs. A recommendation and consultation will be given after the class.
Instructor: Location: Jody Hsu Steele L.Ac, Dipl. O.M. Government Center Community Room 14000 City Center Drive Saturday, January 15 FREE/1-day workshop Age 50+

Treat Your Sweet


You will learn to make 4 Cheese Focaccia, Farfalle, Prosciutto & Pea Sauce, and Chocolate, Banana Empanadas. Registration is required by January 26. Hurry up and register as class is limited to 12 participants.
Day/Date: Class Code 345205 01-02 345206 01-02 Monday, January 31 Age 18+ 18+ Time 3:30-5:30 p.m. 6:00-8:00 p.m.

Day/Date: Fee: Class Code 344001

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Active Adults 50+


Introduction to Computers
Never touched a computer? Maybe you did, but felt confused. Its never too late to learn! This class will introduce you to all those basic computer skills needed to operate a computer. Also, you will learn the terms you keep hearing about but arent quite sure what they are. Class includes hands-on practice to develop ways to improve your lifestyle. A $10 material fee is due to the instructor.
Instructor: Location: Day/Dates: Fee/Length: Class Code 340501 AGI Computer Learning Center Grand Avenue Park Community Building 1301 Grand Avenue Wednesdays January 5-February 23 $125/8 weeks Age 50+ Time 11:00-12:00 p.m.
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Tai Chi Chuan & Qi Gong


Experience the best of what Tai Chi and Qi Gong have to offer! This class will include meditation with movement, deep breathing, the art of self-healing, and visualization to enter the mind/body connection. Tai Chi will teach you how to relax, focus the mind, improve balance and coordination, and slow down the aging process. Instructor has 40+ years of experience in martial arts, is credentialed with an 8th degree black belt, and has taught for over 20 years. Advanced students will learn three major forms: Yang, Wu, and Chen and will also learn the art of self hypnosis.
Instructor: Location: Days/Dates: Nick and Ivy De Mauro Aegis Senior Living 14837 Peyton Drive Saturdays January 8-February 26 Mondays January 3-February 14 *NO CLASS: January 17 Saturdays Beginning: Advanced: Mondays Beginning: Advanced: Day Sat Sat Mon Mon Age 21+ 21+ 21+ 21+ $140/8 weeks $150/8 weeks $105/6 weeks $115/6 weeks Level Beg Adv Beg Adv Time 10:00-11:00 a.m. 11:00-12:30 p.m. 10:00-11:00 a.m. 11:00-12:30 p.m.

Win a free trip/excursion Active Adults 50+ or discount coupons good for programs and classes offered by the Recreation Division valued at $50! Available to Active Adults 50+ ONLY, Simply fill out a survey by December 17 to help the City develop plans to better serve the needs of Chino Hills residents age 50+.
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Call OmniLink for curb to curb service in Chino Hills. Fares range from $1.50-$3 and buses are lift equipped. To schedule service please call (800) 330-6424.
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1. 15. 46. Sunset Park 1510 Rancho Hills Drive Sycamore Glenn Park 1952 Sycamore Glenn Terrace Park 1531 Morning Terrace Drive TNT Academy 15370 Fairfield Ranch Road, Unit C Torrey Pines Park 5011 Torrey Pines Drive Tutor Whiz (Chino) 13751 Roswell Avenue, Suite D ** Coral Ridge Park 1999 Avenida Cabrillo

Alterra Park 4921 Soquel Canyon Parkway 16. 34. 47. McCoy Residence 14276 Peyton Drive Meadows Park 6266 Butterfield Ranch Road Morningfield Park 13250 Lost Trail Drive Morningside Park 15259 Morningside Drive Mystic Canyon Park & Community Building 6424 Mystic Canyon Drive Oak Ridge Park 15444 Valle Vista Drive ** 50. 49. 48. Covington Park 15138 Monterey Avenue

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McCoy Equestrian & Recreation Center 14280 Peyton Drive

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Aegis Senior Living 14837 Peyton Drive 17. 35. Crossroads Park 2765 Chino Hills Parkway

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Addicted to Yoga (Chino) 13751 Roswell Avenue 18. 36. Danbury Park 15701 Fairfield Ranch Road

3. 19. 37. English Springs Park 2201 Grand Avenue

Autumn Hill Park 2119 Founders Drive

4. 20. 38. Eucalyptus Nature Park 3565 Valley Vista Drive Fairfield Ranch Park 16333 Fairfield Ranch Road 39. 22. ** 23. Glenmeade Park 15055 Oakwood Lane Grand Avenue Park 1301 Grand Avenue ** Founders Recreation Center 2000 Founders Drive Oak Tree Lanes (Diamond Bar) 990 N. Diamond Bar Lane Ontario Ice Skating Rink (Ontario) 1225 W. Holt Boulevard Overlook Park 2861 Woodview Road 54. 41. Pomona Valley Medical Center 2140 Grand Avenue 55. 42. Rincon Park 16202 Pinehurst Drive 56. ** Scats Diamond Elite Gymnastics (Chino) 14040 Central Avenue ** 30. Hunters Hills Park 6070 Natalie Road 43. Skate Express (Chino) 12356 Central Ave. Skyview Park 3200 Olympic View Drive KidsArt 2587 Chino Hills Parkway Suite H Los Serranos Country Club 15656 Yorba Avenue 45. 44. 32. Sleepy Hollow Community Building 16801 Rosemary Lane Strickling Nature Park 3670 Aspen Lane

Ayala High School 14255 Peyton Drive

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Big League Dreams Chino Hills Sports Park 16333 Fairfield Ranch Road

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Butterfield Park 17671 Mystic Canyon Drive

Universal Martial Arts Center (Chino) 14610 Pipeline Avenue 51. Valle Vista Park 15636 Valle Vista Drive 52. Village Oaks Condominium 15773 High Knoll Drive 53. Vellano Park 16321 Aviano Lane Walnut Creek Nature Park 14214 Walnut Creek Drive Western Hills Park 16230 Canon Lane

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Calle San Marcos Park 2659 Norte Vista Drive

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Chino Hills Community Park 3280 Eucalyptus Drive

9. 25. 40. Hickory Creek Park 15445 Hickory Creek Lane Hidden Hills Park 2000 Rancho Hills Drive Hidden Trails Elementary School 2550 Ridgeview Way

Chino Hills Government Center, Library, and Fire Administration 14000 City Center Drive 26.

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Chino Hills High School 16150 Pomona Rincon Road 27.

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Chino Hills Public Works Facility (Chino) 15091 La Palma Drive 28. Hilltop Park 15234 Pine Lane Hollow Run Nature Park 15959 Peyton Drive

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Chino Hills Skate Park 16333 Fairfield Ranch Road

Wickman Elementary School 16250 Pinehurst Drive **

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Chino Hills State Park 4271 Sapphire Road

Yorba Linda Community Center (Yorba Linda) 1501 Casa Loma Avenue

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Chino Valley Fire Station #62 5551 Butterfield Ranch Road

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Cinnamon Park 15580 Linden Lane

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Combined Martial Science (Chino) 13611 12th Street, Unit A

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Registration Information
Registration Procedures
The Recreation Division encourages advance registration for all programs since the majority of classes require preregistration. Registration will not be accepted at the class site. Except for Tiny Tots, mail-in registration will be processed on a rst-come, rst-serve basis and must be received by the Recreation Division no later than one working day prior to the class start date. If a class species material fee due to instructor, please do not include that fee with your payment. Pay that fee to the instructor on the rst day of class. Program times and dates are subject to change.

Mail-In Registration
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Complete the registration form (on the next page) in its entirety. Make checks payable to the City of Chino Hills. If paying by credit card, please complete the bottom portion of the registration form and sign. Do not mail cash. Please enclose a self-addressed, stamped envelope and your receipt will be mailed verifying your enrollment. Mail to: City of Chino Hills, Attention Recreation, 14000 City Center Drive, Chino Hills, CA 91709.

Refund Policy
Classes: Requests for refunds will be honored by the Recreation Division only if they are made at least one (1) day prior to the start of classes with one or two meetings. If made the same day, refunds will not be honored. On classes that consist of three or more meetings, the request for refund must be made before the second class meeting. Refunds will not be granted if made after the second class meeting. City Sponsored Trips & Tours: In order to receive a full refund or credit less the non-refundable deposit and $10 processing fee, the City must be able to ll your vacated spot(s) or you will not receive any monies already received by the City to date. In addition, all cancellation requests for single day City trips and tours must be received two (2) weeks prior to the trip or tour departure date. Any cancellations received less than two (2) weeks prior to the departure date will not receive a refund or credit, no exceptions. All cancellations for overnight or multiple day City trips and tours must be received six (6) weeks prior to the departure date. All single day trips and tours cancellation policies apply to overnight and multiple day trips and tours. If a trip is cancelled by the City you will receive an automatic refund for the full amount paid to date. A $10 processing fee will be deducted from all requested refunds. A full refund will be made only when a class, program, or trip is lled or cancelled by the Recreation Division. Each program has a minimum enrollment number. If this number is not reached, the program will be cancelled and refunds will be issued. The Recreation Division reserves the right to change any program information as necessary.

Building Reservation Information


Community meeting rooms are available for reservation at Founders Recreation Center, Grand Avenue Park, McCoy Equestrian & Recreation Center, Mystic Canyon Community Building, and Sleepy Hollow Community Building. Reservations must be completed, in person, at the City Hall Recreation Division or at Founders Recreation Center. McCoy Equestrian & Recreation Center reservations must be completed, in person, at that facility.

Gazebo Reservation Information


Covered picnic areas at Alterra, Buttereld, Crossroads, Danbury, English Springs, Faireld Ranch, Grand Avenue, and Vellano parks are available for reservations. Reservations must be completed, in person, at the City Hall Recreation Division or Founders Recreation Center. Reservation Times: 7:00 to 10:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. (May 1 through September 30 only)

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Registration Information
Parent/Guardian Name
Last First City State / Zip

Birth Date ____/____/___

Address Home Phone ( E-Mail Emergency Contact


Name

Work Phone (

Cell Phone (

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Phone

Registration Information Class Code # Name of Class Participant Names (Last, First) Age Birth Date / / / / / / /
I agree to hold harmless the City of Chino Hills, the Community Services Department, the Chino Valley Unied School District, the County Superintendent of Schools, the Village Oaks Condominium Rentals, and all of their employees and/or agents from any and all injuries, losses, damages, and liability occurring from my and/ or my childs participation in the activity for which I have enrolled. I also agree to be photographed, and/or agree to have my child photographed, and release the use of the photographs for publicity in City of Chino Hills publications and other public information tools.

Fee

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For Ofce Use Only

Total Fee Receipt Staff

I understand that a $10 processing charge will be deducted from all requested refunds. Parent/Guardian Signature Date

Method of Payment (Mail-In Only)


Check: Make payable to the City of Chino Hills Visa Mastercard
Credit Card Number: Expiration Date:

Check #

Credit Card Holders Signature

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