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Disaster
Preparedness:
Are You Ready?
Fires, foods and
manmade disasters
can strike at anytime.
Are you prepared to
evacuate your home or
business at a moments
notice? With recent events such as the explosion and fre in San
Bruno, California, it is vitally important to know what to do if you
need to evacuate quickly.
When public safety offcials determine they must evacuate an area,
it is essential for those affected to
follow instructions on when and
where to go. These instructions may
come from the radio, television, an
automated telephone calling system,
a public address system or door to
door contact.
It is equally essential for residents
to be aware of their surroundings,
potential hazards or impending
dangers in the event that it is not
possible for these notifcations to be
made. An example might be a rapidly
spreading wildfre. Not evacuating
when necessary could put your
family and frst responders at greater risk, especially in the event
rescues are necessary because you chose to wait out a situation.
Several things you can do to be prepared are: always keep your
vehicles fuel tank full, identify more than one route out of your area,
compile a disaster kit or go-box including important documents
and photos to take with you, designate a location where family
members can meet, and have an out-of-state contact where family
members can call if local phone systems are overloaded.
Corona
CONNECTION
Your Connection to the City of Corona
Things to be aware of when you do evacuate are: follow
recommended evacuation routes; do not take short cuts as they
may be blocked; leave early to avoid congestion; monitor the
radio for instructions or changes in the current situation and watch
for road hazards such as downed power lines, trees and fooded
areas. In an incident, be sure to take your pets with you and
provide for their disaster supplies as well in your preparations. If
you will be utilizing a community evacuation shelter, local animal
control can care for pets at a location adjacent to a shelter or at a
predetermined location.
With advance planning and preparation, you can safely improve the
outcome of a serious situation.
For additional information on Emergency Preparedness, go to
FEMAs Ready website at: http://www.ready.gov/
For additional information on a Wildfre Action Plan, go to:
http://www.discovercorona.com/documents/fre/ReadySetGo.pdf
For Disaster Preparedness skills, go to:
http://www.discovercorona.com/CERT
Night at the Library
Celebrate National Library Week with
A Night at the Library! On Saturday,
April 16th from 5-8PM you and your
family are invited to an evening of
entertainment, refreshments, and fun
at the Corona Public Library (650 S.
Main St.). Entertainment will include
Annie Bananie and her balloon art, a
Harry Potter Magic Show, juggler David
Cousin, a performance by CAT, Mother
Goose story-telling, and the Corona
Symphony Orchestra. An air brush face painter and crafts for
children will also be available. A special opportunity for attendees
will allow you to contribute to the Friends of the Library Adopt-a-
Book program and select a book in which to place your personally
made book plate!
Tickets are $5 per person OR $20 for a family of four or more (the
family admission price is limited to eight members of your immediate
family). Prices include admission to the event, all of the activities,
and refreshments. This event is sponsored by and supports the
Friends of the Library Adopt-a-Book program. Admission and any
donations made at the event go to this program and is matched
by the Friends, meaning every dollar you contribute doubles and
allows the Library to continue to add new materials to its collection
to be enjoyed by everyone!
For more information on Night at the Library, please visit the Corona
Public Library website at: www.CoronaPublicLibrary.org or call (951)
736-2381.
Table of Contents
4EB 4EverbodyFitness
436N.MainSt.
AAK AllAmericanKarate
405S.MainSt.(CoronaMall)
ACC AuburndaleCommunityCenter,
1045Auburndale
BP BrentwoodPark
1646Dawnridge
BVP BuenaVistaPark
2515BuenaVistaAve.
CA CivicAuditorium
815W.6thSt.
CAS CoronaAnimalShelter
608E.Harrington
CAT CATofCorona
170N.Maple,#104
CCC ChildCareCenter
550S.Vicentia
CCP C&CPremiere
1950ComptonAve.,#104
CEN CentennialHighSchool
1820RimpauAve.
CHMR CityHallMultipurposeRoom
400S.Vicentia
CMC CoronaMusicCenter
1191MagnoliaAve.
CP CitrusPark
1250SantanaWay
CFP CrossFitProper
840E.Parkridge,#107
CPP CityParkPool
930E.6thSt.
CSS CenterStageStudio
90W.GrandBlvd,Suite105
EGP EagleGlenPark
4190BennettAve.
GFR GymFitnessRoom
502S.Vicentia
(CivicCenterComplex)
GMR GymMeetingRoom
502S.Vicentia
(CivicCenterComplex)
GP GymnasticsPacifca
1830ComptonAve.
GTR GymTeenRoom
502S.Vicentia
(CivicCenterComplex)
GYM Gym
502S.Vicentia
(CivicCenterComplex)
HP HustedPark,1200Merrill
KIPS KipsGymnastics
145RadioRoad
LP LincolnPark
CornerofLincolnandCitron
MAI MartialArtsInternational,
650RimpauAve.
MGP MountainGatePark
3100S.MainStreet
OP OntarioPark
Ontario&ViaPacifca
PD PrimaDance
109N.Maple,#K
PP PromenadePark
615Richey
RRP RiverRoadPark&Comm.Center,
1100W.RiverRd.
SC SeniorCenter,921S.Belle
SP SpyglassPark
1790SpyglassDrive
SRP SantanaRegionalPark
598SantanaWay
TW TutorWhiz
387S.Magnolia
TYS TodaysYouth
TVStudio
815W.6thSt.,#140
VC VictoriaCenter
312E.9thStreet
YD YogaDen
1035MontecitoDrive
Key to Symbols
and Locations
Tiny Tots Olympics............. 2
Volunteering ....................... 2
Newsline ............................. 3
Early Childhood .................. 3
Youth ................................. 7
Aquatics ........................... 12
Adult ................................ 12
Senior Services ................. 17
Getting Involved In
The Community ................ 20
Registration Information .... 24
www.DiscoverCorona.com
Corona City
Council
Mayor
Stan Skipworth
MayorProTem
Eugene Montanez
CouncilMembers
Steve Nolan
Jason Scott
Karen Spiegel
Corona Parks
and Community
Services
Department
Director
Gabriel P. Garcia
CityHall
Comm.Services&
Administration
400 S. Vicentia
Corona, CA 92882
(951) 736-2241
Fax: (951) 279-3683
OffceHours:
MondayThursday
7:30am5:30pm
SeniorCenter
921 S. Belle
(951) 736-2363
CorporationYard
Parks,Trees,Landscape
MaintenanceDist.
730 Corporation Yard Way
Corona, CA 92882
(951) 817-5728
(951) 739-4990
Parks and
Recreation
Commission
Chair
Dave McDougall
ViceChairperson
Mike Hickey
Commissioners
Kevin Button
Edward Carrillo
Nancy Martin
ON ThE COVER
Spring Camps
Karate Day Camp
5-12 yrs Page 9
Spring Break
Basketball Camp
5-9 yrs & 9-13 yrs
Page 10
Leap Into Spring
Camp
4-7 yrs Page 4
Adventure
Day Camp
5-12 yrs Page 7
Spotlight/Volunteering
Rain or Shine!
EVENTS:
Obstacle Course
Basketball Shoot Out
Corona Parks & Community Services Department 400 S. Vicenta Ave., Corona, CA 92882 736-2241 www.discovercorona.com
CoronA City CounCil: Stan Skipworth, Mayor | Eugene Montanez, Mayor Pro Tem | Steve Nolan, Council Member | Jason Scott, Council Member | Karen Spiegel, Council Member
Saturday, March 26, 2011
city hall south plaza
registration
Registration is being accepted at the Corona Parks & Community Services Department, 400 S. Vicentia Ave.,
Corona, CA 92882. Deadline to register is Wednesday, March 23, 2011. There will be no registration taken on
the day of the event. Mail in registration form or register online through links in Age Divisions below.
age divisions Check-In Start
#0206.201 Group A - 2 Years, 6 months to 3 years as of March 26, 2011 ........8:45 AM ............... 9:15 AM
#0206.202 Group B - 4 Years old as of March 26, 2011 ...................................10:30 AM ............. 10:45 AM
#0206.203 Group C - 5 Years old as of March 26, 2011 ...................................11:45 AM ............. 12:00 PM
#0206.204 Group D - 6 Years old as of March 26, 2011 ...................................11:45 AM ............. 12:00 PM
requirements: Child must be at least 2 1/2 years old as of March 26, 2011.
fee: $15.00 - Includes T-Shirt and all fve events.
awards: Ribbons will be given in each event per age category.
Certifcates will be given to every participant.
400 S. Vicentia Ave
(behind Historic Civic Center at 6th & Vicentia Streets)
25 Yard Dash
Javelin Throw (nerf)
Soccer Kick
Volunteering Building
Community Through
Shared Experiences
The Parks and Community Services Department is proud to
announce our new Volunteer Program! The benefts of volunteering
are endless: making a difference in your community, personal
satisfaction, meeting new people and many more. There are several
volunteer opportunities available, from assisting at special events,
becoming a coach for our youth sports leagues, to tutoring at our
after school program! To view all volunteer opportunities, visit our
website at www.discovercorona.com. For more information on how
to become a volunteer, contact the Parks and Community Services
Department at (951) 736-2241. We look forward to working together,
to build a stronger, healthier community.
v Gain New Skills
v Meet New People
v Make Use of Talents
v Develop Greater Knowledge and
Understanding of City Government
v Help Solve Community Issues
v Secure Job References
v Explore Career Possibilities
v Personal Satisfaction of
Making a Difference
www.discovercorona.com
For details about any of these
opportunities, please call:
(951)736-2241
City of Corona
Volunteer Program
(951) 736-2241
Volunteer
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CITY OF CORONA
PARKS & COMMUNITY
SERVICES DEPARTMENT
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Process to Become a Volunteer
1. Obtain an application from the City of
Corona Parks & Community Services
Department.
2. Return completed application.
3. Applicants will be invited to meet with
staff to assess the applicants interests,
skills, and schedule of availability.
4. All applicants 18 years of age and older
and/or seniors volunteering as instructors
with the Senior Center will undergo a
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Early Childhood
Fun Fridays
A fun class for children to get used to a classroom experience. Your
child will develop friendships while having fun with arts and crafts,
storytelling, free play and more! Child must be potty trained. Please
pack a lunch for your child. Parents are required to volunteer once
during the session. A $20 material fee is required; payable to the
instructor at the frst class.
Instructor: Rose Solis
Fee: $110 residents; $120 non-residents for 6 weeks
ClassBeginsApril15
Activity# Age Days Time Location
1239.201 3-5 yrs Fri 9:30am-1:30pm ACC
happy Days
A fun day for your child to come and play (without parents) and meet
new friends! Class will include crafts, games, stories, music and
more! Children must be potty trained. Parents must volunteer one
time during the session. Please pack a healthy lunch for your child. A
$20 material fee is required; payable to the instructor at the frst class.
Instructor: Mona Tritz
Fee: $95 residents; $105 non-residents for 7 weeks
ClassBeginsMarch16
Activity# Age Days Time Location
1234.201 3-5 yrs Wed 9:00am-12:00pm VC
hooray For Pre-K!
This class is for children that are ready for a classroom atmosphere.
Class will build upon fundamental skills. Explore with science and
basics of math and number recognition. Letter recognition and
phonics all through fun crafts and educational songs. Child must be
potty-trained and ready to attend class without parent. Parents are
required to volunteer twice during the session. Please bring a healthy
lunch for your child. A $25 material fee is required; payable to the
instructor at the frst class.
Instructor: Mandi Warchuck
Fee: $145 residents; $155 non-residents for 7 weeks
ClassesBeginApril11
Activity# Age Days Time Location
1214.201 3-4 yrs Mon/Wed 9:30am-11:30am CCC
1214.202 3-4 yrs Mon/Wed 12:00pm-2:00pm CCC

Learning Center
Big Steps
This fun educating class is what your child needs to take their frst Big
Step. Class incorporates hands-on activities, creative arts, alphabet
recognition, phonics, shapes and motor skills that will stimulate your
childs mind and promote learning. Focusing on building confdence
and peer interaction will help prepare your child for kindergarten.
Parents must volunteer twice during the session. Children must be
potty trained! Please pack a nutritious lunch for your child. A $25
material fee is required; payable to the instructor at the frst class.
Instructor: Selynda Clements
Fee: $200 residents; $210 non-residents for 8 weeks
ClassBeginsMarch15(NoClassMarch29to31&April5&7)
Activity# Age Days Time Location
1228.201 3-5 yrs Tues/Thurs 9:00am-12:00pm ACC
Big Stuff
A special class created just for parent and toddler. Big Stuff will give
your child a base to learn interaction and share with others. Letters,
numbers, shapes and colors will be introduced through fun learning
and crafts. A $20 material fee is required; payable to the instructor.
Instructor: Mandi Warchuck
Fee: $65 residents; $75 non-residents for 8 weeks
ClassBeginsApril12
Activity# Age Days Time Location
1212.201 1-2 yrs Tues 9:30am-10:30am CCC
Building Blocks Preschool
A great frst time preschool experience for your young child. In this
play and learn class, children will develop the basic building blocks
of learning and socialization through colors, shapes, ABCs and
123s. They will meet Alpha friends, enjoy crafts, story time, music
and outdoor play. Children must be potty trained! Please pack a
healthy snack for your child. Parents are required to volunteer once
during the session. A $25 material fee is required; payable to the
instructor at the frst class.
Instructor: Ginger Johnson-Reyes
Fee: $235 residents; $245 non-residents for 8 weeks
ClassesBeginsMarch15(NoclassMarch29to31,April5&7)
Activity# Age Days Time Location
1245.201 3-4 yrs Tues/Thurs 9:00am-11:30am RRP
Creative Kids
Great class for children and parents who love crafts! Let your child
make a mess in class instead of your home. We will make 3-4 crafts
each week. Children will use their imagination and work at their
own pace. Come dressed for a mess please. A $20 material fee is
required, payable to the instructor at the frst class.
Instructor: Mona Tritz
Fee: $65 residents; $75 non-residents for 8 weeks
ClassBeginsMarch15
Activity# Age Days Time Location
1503.201 2-6 yrs Tues 9:00am-9:45am VC
3
Leap into Spring Day Camp
Children will enjoy leaping into spring as they spend time indoors
and outdoors in a wide variety of seasonal activities each day. An
environment is created where children are active, learning, laughing,
and made to feel special through arts and crafts, games, songs and
sports. Self esteem and self worth are promoted as they experience
new things and develop new skills. Please pack a healthy lunch for
your child and a water bottle. Parents are required to volunteer at
least once during the session. A $25 material fee is required; payable
to the instructor at the frst class.
Instructor: Ginger Johnson-Reyes
Fee: $185 residents; $195 non-residents for 2 week
camp
CampMeetsMarch28-April7
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2727.201 4-7 yrs Mon-Thurs 9:00am-1:00pm RRP
Kinder College
Lets get ready for Kindergarten! We will work with sight words,
letters, sounds and the fundamentals needed for your childs success
in Kindergarten. Every week will include learning centers, math,
language arts and Friday we will have a food center. Each week will
have a theme appropriate for the time of year. Parents are required to
volunteer once during the session. Child must be potty trained and
ready to attend class without parents. Please pack a lunch for your
child. A $25 material fee is required; payable to the instructor at the
frst class.
Instructor: Diana Miljour
FeeforSession1: $150 residents; $160 non-residents for 3 weeks
FeeforSession2: $200 residents; $210 non-residents for 4 weeks
Session1-ClassMeetsApril12-29
Activity# Age Days Time Location
1243.201 4-5 yrs Tues/Thurs/Fri 9:30am-1:30pm BP
Session2-ClassMeetsMay3-27
Activity# Age Days Time Location
1243.202 4-5 yrs Tues/Thurs/Fri 9:30am-1:30pm BP
Kinder Korner
This fun, creative class offers your child the fundamental skills they
need to be successful in kindergarten. Your child will explore letter
recognition/sounds, math concepts, reading and pre-writing skills
through songs, arts & crafts, games and learning centers. Parents
are required to volunteer twice during the session. Child must be
potty trained and 4 years old by the starting date of class. Your child
must be ready to attend class without parents. A $25 material fee is
required, payable to the instructor at the frst class. Please pack a
healthy lunch for your child.
Instructor: Kathy Lascano
Fee: $200 residents; $210 non-residents for 8 weeks
ClassesBegintheWeekofMarch14
(NoClassesMarch28,29,30&31&April4,5,6&7)
Activity# Age Days Time Location
1210.201 4-5 yrs Mon/Wed 9:30am-12:30pm GTR
1210.202 4-5 yrs Tues/Thurs 9:30am-12:30pm GTR
Parent/Child Playgroup
Music, crafts, stories and exercises for your developing child. Enjoy
friendships with other parents while improving your parenting skills. A
$20 material fee is required, payable to the Instructor at the frst class.
Instructor: Mona Tritz
Fee: $65 residents; $75 non-residents for 8 weeks
ClassBeginsMarch17
Activity# Age Days Time Location
1203.201 1-4 yrs Thurs 10:30am-11:30am VC
Mini School Pre-K
Recommended for children entering Kindergarten next fall! What
a great way for your child to prepare for kindergarten as they are
actively engaged in learning through a variety of hands-on activities!
Children will meet the Alpha Friends, and begin to recognize
letters, sounds, and sight words in addition to exploring numbers
and developing pre-math skills. Pre and post assessments will show
growth of academic skills. Please pack your child a lunch. Parents
are required to volunteer once during the session. A $25 material fee
is required; payable to the instructor at the frst class.
Instructor: Ginger Johnson-Reyes
Fee: $245 residents; $255 non-residents for 4 weeks
Session1-ClassMeetsMarch14-April22
(NoClassesMarch28,30&April1,4,6&8)
Activity# Age Days Time Location
1241.201 4-5 yrs Mon/Wed/Fri 9:00am-12:30pm RRP
Session2-ClassMeetsApril25-May20
Activity# Age Days Time Location
1241.202 4-5 yrs Mon/Wed/Fri 9:00am-12:30pm RRP
Early Childhood
Newsline
City of Corona Park Project Update
Court Resurfacing Projects
The two tennis courts at Eagle Glen Park and two half-court
basketball courts at Promenade Park were recently resurfaced.
Park Benches and Picnic Tables
Installations
New park benches were installed at Ontario Park, while new
picnic tables were installed at Butterfeld Park, Eagle Glen
Park, and Husted Park.
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Smarty Pants
Learn fun ways to teach your child letters, numbers and colors. Enjoy
crafts, games, music and snack while meeting new friends! Parents
must participate with child. A $20 material fee is required; payable to
the instructor at the frst class.
Instructor: Mona Tritz
Fee: $65 residents; $75 non-residents for 8 weeks
ClassesBegintheWeekofMarch15
Activity# Age Days Time Location
1220.201 2-3 yrs Tues 10:30am-11:30am VC
1220.202 2-3 yrs Thurs 9:00am-10:00am VC
Stepping Stones
This class will offer your child their frst step into pre-school. Explore,
learn and develop friendships through stories, arts and crafts, songs
and free play. Childmustbepottytrained. Please pack a lunch for
your child. Parents are required to volunteer at least once during the
session. A $25 material fee is required; payable to the instructor at
the frst class.
Instructor: Diana Miljour
Fee: $120 residents; $130 non-residents for 7 weeks
ClassBeginsApril11
Activity# Age Days Time Location
1218.201 3-5 yrs Mon 9:30am-1:30pm BP
Music & Dance
Pre-Ballet/Tap
Introduction to the fundamentals of ballet and tap, development of
motor skills, musical rhythms and individual creativity. Girls wear a
light colored leotard, pink tights, pink ballet shoes and black tap
shoes. Boys wear a t-shirt and shorts. A $3 material fee for tap
elastics is required, payable to the Instructor at the frst class. For
further information please contact Center Stage Studio at (951) 736-
9866.
Instructors: Center Stage Studio Staff
Fee: $72 residents; $82 non-residents for 6 weeks
ClassesBeginsApril16
Activity# Age Days Time Location
1107.201 Beg. 4 -7 yrs Sat 9:15am-10:00am CSS
Musical Munchkins
Each class is an adventure in rhythmic movement, vocal exploration
and creativity using live music (not tapes). You dont have to be
a musician to enjoy this class with your child, but participation is a
must with the exception of 3-5 year olds who participate on their own.
Activity # 1202.201 is Baby Musical Munchkins. Classes are for
registered students only, please arrange for child care for siblings.
Instructor: Cindi Richardson
MondayInstructor Shandra Carlsen
Fee: $80 residents; $90 non-residents for 8 weeks
ClassesBegintheWeekofMarch28
Activity# Age Days Time Location
1401.201 1 yr Mon 9:15am-10:00am VC
1401.202 2 yrs Mon 10:15am-11:00am VC
1401.203 3-6 yrs Mon 11:15am-12:00pm VC
1401.204 1 yr Tues 9:15am-10:00am VC
1401.205 2 yrs Tues 10:15am-11:00am VC
1401.206 3-6 yrs Tues 11:15am-12:00pm VC
1401.207 1 yr Wed 9:15am-10:00am VC
1401.208 2 yrs Wed 10:15am-11:00am VC
1401.209 3-6 yrs Wed 11:15am-12:00pm VC
1401.210 1 yr Thurs 9:15am-10:00am VC
1401.211 2 yrs Thurs 10:15am-11:00am VC
1202.201 6-11 mos Thurs 11:15am-12:00pm VC
Sports & Fitness
Karate for Little Dragons
Class will teach discipline, build self confdence and coordination.
This class will teach children to learn to focus and stay on task.
Uniform included in the fee for new students.
Instructor/Sensei: Monton Roeksbutr & Staff
Fee: $45 residents; $55 non-residents for 4 weeks
ClassesBegintheWeekofMarch14
Activity# Age Days Time Location
1604.201 4 yrs Mon/Wed 4:30pm-5:00pm MAI
1604.202 4 yrs Tues/Thurs 4:30pm-5:00pm MAI
Kids Yoga
Girls and boys will learn the fundamentals of yoga through practicing
basic yoga poses. They will learn stretching, strengthening, and
focus. Please wear comfortable clothing. Do not eat 1 hours prior
to class. No need to purchase mats prior to frst class.
Instructors: Yoga Den Staff
Fee: $65 residents; $75 non-residents for 7 weeks
ClassBeginsMarch14
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2303.201 6-12 yrs Mon 4:00pm-5:00pm YD
Early Childhood
5
Multi Sport
Here is a great chance for kids to play their favorite sports all at one
class. This class is designed to motivate children to be active and
healthy while giving them fundamental skills needed to succeed and
grow in whichever sport they choose. Every child will be given camp
T-shirt.
Instructors: TriFytt Sports
Fee: $75 residents; $85 non-residents for 8 weeks
ClassesBeginApril2
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2627.201 2-3 yrs Sat 9:00am-9:30am SP
2627.202 3-5 yrs Sat 9:30am-10:15am SP
2627.203 3-5 yrs Sat 10:15am-11:00am SP
2627.204 5-7 yrs Sat 11:00am-11:45am SP
Parent/Tot Gymnastics
Spend quality time with your child while enjoying a hands on experience
in gymnastics. An obstacle course and gymnastics equipment are
utilized in a fun, safe, and organized environment. Children must be at
least 18 months at the beginning of the session. Children must wear a
leotard or shorts and a t-shirt. No jewelry allowed! A $5 insurance fee
is required, payable to Kips at the frst class.
Instructors: Kips Gymnastics Staff
Fee: $84 residents; $94 non-residents for 8 weeks
ClassesBegintheWeekofMarch22
(NoClassesMarch29&31&April1&2)
Activity# Age Days Time Location
1601.201 18 mos-3 yrs Tues 10:00am-10:45am KIPS
1601.202 18 mos-3 yrs Thurs 2:15pm-3:00pm KIPS
1601.203 18 mos-3 yrs Fri 10:00am-10:45am KIPS
1601.204 18 mos-3 yrs Fri 11:00am-11:45am KIPS
1601.205 18 mos-3 yrs Sat 12:30pm-1:15pm KIPS
Parent & Me Soccer
TriFytt Sports offers a wide array of youth sports programming that
provides children and parents with a remarkable sports experience.
Here is a great chance for kids to be introduced to soccer in a fun
and safe environment while learning the basics of the game with
their friends and coaches. Our Parent & Me Soccer curriculum is
designed to fne-tune each childs motor and socialization skills. We
also concentrate on teaching the benefts of sportsmanship, sharing,
and teamwork. Every child will receive a camp T-shirt.
Instructors: TriFytt Sports Staff
Fee: $59 residents; $69 non-residents for 6 weeks
ClassesBegintheWeekofMarch31
Activity# Age Days Time Location
1606.201 1 -2 yrs Thurs 10:00am-10:30am EGP
1606.202 2-3 yrs Thurs 10:30am-11:00am EGP
1606.203 3-5 yrs Thurs 11:00am-11:30am EGP
Pee Wee Basketball
This instructional class for boys and girls ages 3-4 is designed to
introduce children to the sport of basketball over an 8-week period.
Skills will be taught through a group-oriented format emphasizing
fun, teamwork, social interaction and sportsmanship. Children
should wear comfortable clothing and tennis shoes. Program will run
for 8 weeks, once a week for 60 minutes each session. Participants
will receive a participation award and a T-shirt. Participants will be
separated into appropriate age and skill level groups at the site.
Instructors: Recreation Staff
Fee: $55 residents and $65 non-residents for 8 weeks
ClassesBeginWeekofMarch28th
Activity Age Days Time Location
5702 201 3-4 yrs Mondays 6:15pm7:15pm CCG
5702 202 3-4 yrs Tuesday 6:15pm7:15pm CCG
5702 203 3-4 yrs Wednesday 6:15pm7:15pm CCG
5702 204 3-4 yrs Thursday 6:15pm7:15pm CCG
Child may only be registered for one time/program. Registration is
on a frst come frst serve basis, program may fll before deadline.
Pee Wee Karate
This is a great beginner class for the younger child. Through Karate,
children learn self-confdence, self-discipline and gain self esteem.
Uniform included in the fee.
Instructor: John Lipari
Fee: $45 residents; $55 non-residents for 4 weeks
ClassesBegintheWeekofMarch14
Activity# Age Days Time Location
1603.201 3-4 yrs Mon 11:00am-12:00pm AAK
1603.202 3-4 yrs Thurs 11:00am-12:00pm AAK
1603.203 3-4 yrs Thurs 3:00pm-4:00pm AAK
1603.204 3-4 yrs Sat 11:00am-12:00pm AAK
1603.205 3-4 yrs Sat 12:00pm-1:00pm AAK
Pre-School Cheer University
Students will be taught the basics of beginning cheerleading in a
fun, positive environment. Young cheerleaders will learn proper
support and alignment with motions, positioning and jumps. Basic
cheernastic tumbling will be introduced. A $20 material fee is
required; payable to the instructor at the frst class.
Instructors: C & C Premiere Staff
Fee: $66 residents; $76 non-residents for 6 weeks
ClassBeginsMarch15
Activity# Age Days Time Location
1607.201 3-5 yrs Tues 10:00am-10:45pm CCP
Early Childhood
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Youth
Tee Ball
Here is a great chance for kids to be introduced to tee-ball in a fun
and safe environment while learning the basics of the game. Our
tee-ball curriculum is designed for kids to have fun with friends and
coaches while fne tuning their motor and socialization skills. Every
child will be given a camp T-shirt.
Instructors: TriFytt Sports Staff
Fee: $59 residents; $69 non-residents for 6 weeks
ClassesBeginApril1
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2623.201 3-5 yrs Fri 3:30pm-4:15pm SP
2623.202 5-7 yrs Fri 4:15pm-5:00pm SP
2623.203 3-5 yrs Fri 5:00pm-5:45pm SP
2623.204 3-5 yrs Fri 6:00pm-6:45pm SP
Tot/Super Tot Gymnastics
This positive experience will help develop coordination and social
interaction in a fun and safe atmosphere. Children must wear a
leotard or shorts and a T-shirt. No jewelry allowed! A $5 insurance fee
is required, payable to Kips at frst class. Child must be potty trained
and 3 years old at the beginning of the session.
Instructors: Kips Gymnastics Staff
Fee: $88 residents; $98 non-residents for 8 weeks
ClassesBegintheWeekofMarch22
(NoClassesMarch29&31,April1&2)
Activity# Age Days Time Location
1602.201 3-4 yrs Tues 10:00am-11:00am KIPS
1602.202 3-4 yrs Tues 11:00am-12:00pm KIPS
1602.203 3-4 yrs Thurs 2:15pm-3:15pm KIPS
1602.204 3-4 yrs Fri 10:00am-11:00am KIPS
1602.205 3-4 yrs Fri 11:00am-12:00pm KIPS
1602.206 3-4 yrs Sat 12:30pm-1:30pm KIPS
1602.207 5-6 yrs Thurs 2:15pm-3:15pm KIPS
1602.208 5-6 yrs Sat 12:30pm-1:30pm KIPS

Learning Center
Speech and Debate
Students will be taught the art of public speaking and interactive
persuasion. They will learn to speak confdently and clearly in front of
a large audience and will develop critical thinking skills and an ability
to Think on their feet. This program will enhance writing and listening
skills and seeks to produce active, aware and articulate citizens. A $5
material fee is required; payable to the instructor at the frst class.
Instructors: J.L. Academy Staff
Fee: $56 residents; $66 non-residents for 4 weeks
Session1-ClassMeetsMarch17-April7
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2210.201 10-14 yrs Thurs 4:20pm-5:20pm ACC
Session2-ClassMeetsApril14-May5
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2210.202 10-14 yrs Thurs 4:20pm- 5:20pm ACC
Corona Adventure Day Camp
Spring Adventure Day Camp will encompass exciting themes that
include games, crafts, sports and special events. Recreation staff
will provide a safe and fun environment during spring break. Weekly
structure includes fve days of fun with a one-day special event. An
afternoon snack will be provided. Bring a sack lunch! NO BOREDOM
ALLOWED! Join us for our wonderful day camp experience. For more
information please call (951) 739-4939 or (951) 739-4866.
Instructors: City of Corona Staff
Fee: $80 residents/$100 non-residents
Location: Child Care Center
Session1-CampMeetsMarch28thApril1st
Activity# Age Days Time Theme
8107.201 5-12 M-F 6:30am-6:00pm Thats Entertainment
Session2-CampMeetsApril4thApril8th
Activity# Age Days Time Theme
8107.202 5-12 M-F 6:30am-6:00pm Game Show Mania
Spanish Adventure!
Students will learn Spanish through music, bingo and other fun activities!
Students will practice some of the following topics: greetings, shapes,
colors, letters, numbers and much more. For the intermediate class the
instructor will provide individualized attention and focus on grammar,
short conversations, reading and sentence composition. Class can be
repeated as topics will be different each session. A $5 material fee is
required for the beginning class and an $8 material fee is required for
the intermediate class; payable to the instructor at the frst class.
Instructors: Damelo International Staff
Fee: $50 residents; $60 non-residents for 5 weeks
Session1-ClassesMeetMarch15-April12
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2209.201 Beg. 7-12 yrs Tues 5:30pm-6:30pm ACC
2209.202 Int. 9-16 yrs Tues 6:35pm-7:20pm ACC
Session2-ClassesMeetApril19-May17
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2209.203 Beg. 7-12 yrs Tues 5:30pm-6:30pm ACC
2209.204 Int. 9-16 yrs Tues 6:35pm-7:20pm ACC
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Tutor Classes
Each class will help to motivate your child and increase self-
confdence. Your child will learn while having fun! A $15 curriculum
fee is required, payable to the instructor at the frst class.
Instructors: Tutor Whiz Staff
Fee: $49 residents; $59 non-residents for 3 weeks
ClassesMeetApril30-May14
Activity# Age Days Time Location
Algebra
2206.201 12-18 yrs Sat 10:15am-11:00am TW
CAT6&SATPREP
2207.201 7-18 yrs Sat 11:30am-12:15pm TW
MathMania
2202.201 5-11 yrs Sat 10:15am-11:00am TW
PhonicsFun
2201.201 4-11 yrs Sat 9:00am-9:45am TW
ReadingComprehension
2204.201 5-16 yrs Sat 9:00am-9:45am TW
WritingComposition
2203.201 6-18 yrs Sat 11:30am-12:15pm TW
Forinformationonadditionalsessions,pleasecall(951)255-9055
Music & Dance
Sing Out
SING OUT is a wonderful introduction for students interested in singing
for musical theater. Students will explore singing in character, simple
music theory, and vocal development. This course will allow students
to build the skills needed for future vocal performance and auditions.
Instructors: CAT of Corona Staff
Fee: $150 residents; $160 non-residents for 9 weeks
ClassBeginsMarch24
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2128.201 8-18 yrs Thurs 4:30pm-6:30pm CAT
Beginning Piano/Theory
Enjoy learning music through hands on experience with the piano or
keyboard. Your child will learn how to read musical notes and have
fun while playing. Students will build self esteem while developing an
appreciation for music. Material fee for 4-6 year olds $15; payable to
the instructor at the frst class. Material fee for Level 1, 7-10 year olds
$20; payable to the instructor at the frst class.
Instructor: Cheryl Ueno
Fee: $85 residents; $95 non-residents for 8 weeks
ClassesBegintheweekofMarch17
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2102.201 Level 1 7-10 yrs Thurs 3:30pm-4:30pm VC
2102.202 Level 2 7-10 yrs Thurs 4:30pm-5:30pm VC
2102.203 Level 1 4-6 yrs Sat 9:30am-10:30am VC
2102.204 Level 2 4-6 yrs Sat 10:30am-11:30am VC
Youth
have Fun with the Guitar
Learn the skills necessary to play music and have fun while learning.
Class emphasizes chord strumming, reading notes and tablature.
Students must provide their own instruments (acoustic or electric).
Please bring your own picks, guitar tuner and Ernie Ball Phase I
book. Book may be purchased at Corona Music Center at the frst
class. A metronome is also suggested.
Instructor: Corona Music Center Staff
Fee: $65 residents; $75 non-residents for 4 weeks
Session1-ClassMeetsMarch16-April6
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2118.201 Beg 5-16 yrs Wed 6:00pm-6:45pm CMC
Session2-ClassMeetsApril13-May4
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2118.202 Beg 5-16 yrs Wed 6:00pm-6:45pm CMC
Smooth Moves
A beginning dance class that introduces students to movement on the
stage. Class will incorporate the importance of coordination, balance,
fexibility, and a sense of rhythm. Students will explore basic theater
dance techniques as well as understanding the sense of space.
Instructors: CAT of Corona Staff
Fee: $150 residents; $160 non-residents for 9 weeks
ClassBeginsMarch24
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2126.201 8-18 yrs Thurs 4:30pm-6:00pm CAT
Sports & Fitness
Cheer University
Students will learn the basics of beginning cheerleading in a fun,
positive environment. Proper support and alignment with motions,
positioning and jumps will also be taught. Basic tumbling will be
introduced. A $20 material fee is required; payable to the instructor
at the frst class.
Instructors: C & C Premiere Staff
Fee: $66 residents; $76 non-residents for 6 weeks
ClassesBegintheWeekofMarch15
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2632.201 6-12 yrs Tues 5:00pm-6:00pm CCP
2632.202 6-12 yrs Thurs 6:00pm-7:00pm CCP
2632.302 13-18 yrs Thurs 7:00pm-8:00pm CCP
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Football Skillz
Learn the basic to advance skills in football. This class will teach
football positions such as quarterback, running backs, wide receivers,
line backers as well as offensive and defensive style practices in a
fun and safe environment. All participants will receive a camp T-shirt.
Instructors: TriFytt Sports Staff
Fee: $75 residents; $85 non-residents for 8 weeks
ClassesBeginMarch21
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2636.201 4-7 yrs Mon 5:00pm-5:45pm SP
2636.202 8-12 yrs Mon 6:00pm-7:00pm SP
Girls Academy
Learn the vault, uneven bars, balance beam, foor exercise, plus
trampoline. We begin with fundamental skill training which advances
through a progressive six level system. Students should wear leotards
or shorts and a T-shirt. A $5 insurance fee is required, payable to the
KIPS at the frst class.
Instructors: Kips Gymnastics Staff
Fee: $88 residents; $98 non-residents for 8 weeks
ClassBeginsMarch26(NoClassesApril2)
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2605.201 7-16 yrs Sat 12:30pm-1:30pm KIPS
Intro to Gymnastics
Let us introduce your child to gymnastics through skill learning on
vault, uneven parallel bars, and balance beam.
Instructors: Gymnastics Pacifca Staff
Fee: $85 residents; $95 non-residents for 8 weeks
ClassBeginsMarch19
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2603.201 5-15 yrs Sat 11:00am-11:45am GP
Youth
Karate
Class will teach kicks, punches and blocks. How to apply the self-
defense moves to various forms and participate in non-contact
fghting. Uniform included in fee.
Instructor: John Lipari
Fee: $45 residents; $55 non-residents for 4 weeks
ClassesBegintheWeekofMarch14
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2606.201 Beg. 5-12 yrs M/W/F 4:00pm-5:00pm AAK
2606.202 Beg. 5-12 yrs Tues/Thurs 5:00pm-6:00pm AAK
2606.203 Beg. 5-12 yrs Tues/Thurs 6:00pm-7:00pm AAK
2606.204 Beg. 5-12 yrs Sat 10:00am-11:00am AAK
Karate Day Camp
Participants will enjoy a variety of fun activities while learning the
fundamental skills needed for karate. Increase self-confdence and
respect for self and others. Learn and practice simple self defense
moves against a variety of attacks. Bring a lunch and snacks. Enjoy a
pizza party on the last day. Uniform included for frst time attendees.
Instructor: John Lipari
Fee: $99 residents; $109 non-residents for 1 week
Session1-CampMeetsMarch28-April1
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2628.201 5-12 yrs Mon/Tues/Wed/Thurs/Fri 8:00am-4:00pm AAK
Session2-CampMeetsApril4-8
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2628.202 5-12 yrs Mon/Tues/Wed/Thurs/Fri 8:00am-4:00pm AAK
Karate for Kids
This specialized curriculum builds better self-confdence, a healthy
self image and helps children learn to focus their attention and stay
on task. Uniform is included in the fee for new students.
Instructor/Sensei:Monton Roeksbutr & Staff
Fee: $45 residents; $55 non-residents for 4 weeks
ClassesBegintheWeekofMarch14
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2607.201 5-12 yrs Mon/Wed 6:15pm-7:00pm MAI
2607.202 5-12 yrs Tues/Thurs 5:30pm-6:15pm MAI
Kids Abduction Escape & Self Defense
This class will help children become more aware of dangerous
situations and learn to escape from the abductor. Self-defense will
be taught as well. Uniform is included for new students.
Instructor: Monton Roeksbutr & Staff
Fee: $45 residents; $55 non-residents for 2 weeks
ClassesBegintheWeekofApril11
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2620.201 5-12 yrs Mon/Wed 6:15pm-7:00pm MAI
2620.202 5-12 yrs Tues/Thurs 5:30pm-6:15pm MAI
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Youth
Kids Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Basic positions and how to maintain stability in different types of mounts
and the guard will be taught. Students will learn how to reverse and
prevent being pinned on the ground by an opponent by using leverage
over strength. Students will enjoy fun skills and drills. Stand up defense
will also be taught. Uniform included.
Instructor/Sensei:Monton Roeksbutr & Staff
Fee: $45 residents; $55 non-residents for 4 weeks
ClassBeginsMarch14
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2616.201 8-13 yrs Mon/Wed 6:15pm-7:00pm MAI
Kids Kickboxing Muay Thai
A fun safe way to learn kickboxing & Muay Thai techniques. Basic
techniques such as front, round house kicks, knee, jab, cross,
hook, and upper cut will be taught. A $90 material fee is required for
protective gear; payable to the instructor at the frst class.
Instructor: Monton Roeksbutr
Fee: $45 residents; $55 non-residents for 4 weeks
ClassBeginsMarch15
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2633.201 8+ yrs Tues/Thurs 6:15pm-7:00pm MAI
Spring Break Basketball Camp
This is a great chance for young athletes to lean how to play
basketball. Through fun and safe games, participants will have a
great time playing the worlds fastest growing sport. Athletes will
learn the benefts of sportsmanship, sharing, and teamwork. Every
athlete will receive a ball and a camp shirt. Please bring a snack and
a lunch.
Instructors: TriFytt Sports Staff
Fee: $115 residents; $125 non-residents for 1 week camp
Session1-CampMeetsMarch28-April1
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2630.201 5-9 yrs Mon-Fri 9:00am-2:00pm GYM
Session2-CampMeetsApril4-8
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2630.202 9-13 yrs Mon-Fri 9:00am-2:00pm GYM
Soccer Skillz
Your child will be introduced to soccer in a fun and safe environment
while learning the basics of the game and making new friends. Our
soccer skillz class is designed to fne-tune each childs motor and
socialization skills. Every child will receive a camp T-shirt.
Instructors: TriFytt Sports Staff
Fee: $59 residents; $69 non-residents for 6 weeks
ClassesBegintheWeekofMarch29
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2621.201 2-3 yrs Tues 3:30pm-4:00pm SP
2621.202 5-7 yrs Tues 4:00pm-4:45pm SP
2621.203 3-5 yrs Tues 5:00pm-5:45pm SP
2621.204 2-3 yrs Thurs 4:30pm-5:00pm SP
2621.205 3-5 yrs Thurs 5:00pm-5:45pm SP
Volleyball
Learn or improve your skills needed to become a skillful volleyball
player. This class will focus on the fundamental skills of volleyball by
using fun games and exercises, while also developing sportsmanship
and character. Every participant receives a T-shirt.
Instructors: TriFytt Sports Staff
Fee: $75 residents; $85 non-residents for 8 weeks
ClassesBeginMarch25
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2626.201 6-9 yrs Fri 5:00pm-6:00pm GYM
2626.202 10-14 yrs Fri 6:00pm-7:00pm GYM
Zumbatomic

This is a fun healthy program for kids. Class will incorporate moves
from Zumba, salsa, cumbia, reggaeton, hip-hop and more. This is a
high octane workout designed just for kids!
Instructor: Sabrina Anderson
Fee: $65 residents; $75 non-residents for 6 weeks
ClassesBeginApril13
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2311.201 4-7 yrs Wed 3:45pm-4:30pm 4EBF
2311.202 8-12 yrs Wed 4:45pm-5:45pm 4EBF

Special Interest
Acting Up!
This is a fantastic fun class for students looking for an introduction
into theater. ACTING UP! will lead students to express emotion
through body and voice. Students will experience scene work. Stage
placement, improv games, and character development.
Instructors: CAT of Corona Staff
Fee: $150 residents; $160 non-residents for 9 weeks
ClassBeginsMarch24
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2127.201 8-18 yrs Thurs 4:30pm-6:30pm CAT
Cartooning & Animation
Do you draw cartoon characters in your notebook? In this fun class,
we will explain and demonstrate the magic of cartoon animation
as well as many extraordinary techniques. Flipbooks, thaumatrope
will be included. Ms. Z will show you how to develop a cartoon
characters shape, features, and personality. Please bring a pencil,
eraser and colored pencils to class.
Instructor: Reema Zoumut
Fee: $65 residents; $75 non-residents for 6 weeks
ClassBeginsApril2(NoClassApril23)
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2518.201 7-12 yrs Sat 12:30pm-1:20pm GMR
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Kids Club After-School
Recreation Program
Children will enjoy a variety of fun flled adventures when they
participate in the activities at Kids Club. Activities are based on
weekly themes. Participants in afternoon Kindergarten through
6th grade may arrive immediately after school is dismissed.
Fee is $6.00 per day, per child. Minimum purchase of 5 days
is required. For more information call (951) 736-2241. Some
locationsmayhavewaitinglists.
KIDSCLUBLOCATIONS
Cesar Chavez Elementary Corona Ranch Elementary
Foothill Elementary Prado View Elementary
Susan B. Anthony Elementary McKinley Elementary
Wilson Elementary
Sheridan Park After-School Program
FREE year round after-school program for children Kindergarten
to 8th Grade
Where: Sheridan Park, corner of 3rd St. and Merrill Ave.
When: Monday-Thursday
(Closed on selected City/School Holidays)
Time: 3:00pm to 5:30pm - Wednesday 2:00pm-5:30pm
For additional information please call: (951) 736-2241
Youth
Drawing Explorations
Our little artists can get a taste of art to spark their creativity and
critical thinking. Class will follow a series of small steps and students
will be introduced to basic drawing techniques. Cartooning, different
art materials, art elements, websites and even a little art history will
be introduced. Each session has a different theme and goals. A $5
material fee is required; payable to the instructor at the frst class.
Instructor: Reema Zoumut
Fee: $65 residents; $75 non-residents for 6 weeks
ClassesbegintheWeekofApril2(NoClassApril23)
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2509.201 5-7 yrs Sat 9:30am-10:20am GMR
2509.202 8-12 yrs Sat 10:30am-11:20am GMR
Live Television Production
Enthusiastic children who learn to speak out clearly and relate
confdently with others will have an inside track to lifetime success.
This class uses a combination of scripted and improvised material
to teach speaking skills and build self esteem and confdence. Our
specialty is using a wide range of unique speaking activities to focus
the bold outspoken child and to draw out the quiet shy child or
inarticulate child. Television acting techniques taught are specifcally
designed to teach children skillful use of voice and stage presence.
During the eight week session, all participants will utilize speaking
skills acquired and star in a 30 minute television talk show program
which will air over Time Warner, Channel 29 in Corona. A $25 material
fee is required; payable to the instructor at the frst class.
Instructor: Tina Hunt
Fee: $68 residents; $78 non-residents for 8 weeks
ClassBeginsMarch14
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2123.201 5-18 yrs Mon 5:00pm-6:00pm TYS
My Little Princess Salon
Princess Salon is for those girls that love to be pampered and spoiled!
Came and enjoy a manicure, pedicure, make-up and a fashion
hair do. Be a part of a photo session where all your beauty will be
captured. You might want to wear a princess gown, but not required.
Birthday Parties are welcome. A $10 material fee is required; payable
to the instructor at the workshop.
Instructors: Damelo International Staff
Fee: $20 residents; $30 non-residents for 2 hour workshop
Workshop1-MeetsMarch26
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2405.201 4-8 yrs Sat 9:30am-11:00am ACC
Workshop2-MeetsApril23
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2405.202 4-8 yrs Sat 9:30am-11:00am ACC
Painting Adventures
A whole class devoted to painting! Step-by-step instructions will allow
you to use your creativity. A $10 material fee is required; payable to
the instructor at the frst class.
Instructor: Reema Zoumut
Fee: $65 residents; $75 non-residents for 6 weeks
ClassBeginsArpil2(NoClassApril23)
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2510.201 7-12 yrs Sat 11:30am-12:20pm GMR
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Aquatics
Lifeguard Training
This class is designed to teach Lifeguard skills needed to prevent
and respond to aquatic emergencies. This includes the mandatory
First Aid and CPR for the Professional Rescuer. Individuals must be
at least 15 years old prior to the start of this class. Students will need
to purchase books the frst day of class. Classes will be held at City
Park Pool (Location subject to change).
Fee: $30.00 residents; $40.00 non-residents
Books: $75.00 (payable at frst class)
Activity# Days Date Time Location
7101.201 Mon-Thurs March 28th 31st 10:00 am6:00pm CPP
Water Safety Instructor
This course is designed to teach the skills needed to instruct
swimmers of all ages the basic swim strokes and safety rules.
Individuals must be 16 years or older prior to the start date of this
class. This class includes the prerequisite Fundamental of Instructor
Training (FIT). Students will need to purchase books the frst day
of class. Classes will be held at City Park Pool (Location subject to
change).
Fee: $30.00 residents; $40.00 non-residents
Books: $75.00 (payable at frst class)
Activity# Days Date Time Location
7101.202 Mon-Thurs April 4th 7th 10:00am6:00pm CPP
Music & Dance
Beginning Ballroom & Nightclub Dance
Wedding, Quinceanera, Prom, or just out for the evening, you need
to learn the basics of a romantic Nightclub Two Step, Cha Cha, and
Swing. Partner recommended but not required.
Instructor: Mike Novak
Fee: $40 residents; $50 non-residents for 5 weeks
ClassBeginsMarch22
Activity# Age Days Time Location
3105.201 12+ yrs Tues 8:00pm-9:00pm RRP
Beginning Salsa & Merengue
Learn to dance Salsa and Merengue faster than you thought
possible. We will start with easy to learn basics then move to some
cool moves. Partner recommended but not required.
Instructor: Mike Novak
Fee: $40 residents; $50 non-residents for 5 weeks
ClassBeginsMarch22
Activity# Age Days Time Location
3102.201 12+yrs Tues 7:00pm-8:00pm RRP
Beginning Tango & Foxtrot
The passionate Tango is actually one of the easiest Latin dances to
learn and the Foxtrot is one of the most popular! Dont miss this
exciting class. Partner recommended but not required.
Instructor: Mike Novak
Fee: $40 residents; $50 non-residents for 5 weeks
ClassBeginsMarch24
Activity# Age Days Time Location
3113.201 12+ yrs Thurs 8:00pm-9:00pm RRP
Line Dance
Line Dance has always been popular! Learn basic Ballroom steps
while you line dance. No partner required. Learn the latest dances.
Rumba Samba Mambo, Seduced, Come on and Tango, Amame Un
Poquito, and more!
Instructor: Mike Novak
Fee: $40 residents; $50 non-residents for 5 weeks
ClassBeginsMarch24
Activity# Age Days Time Location
3103.201 Beg. 12+ yrs Thurs 7:00pm-8:00pm RRP
Soul-Line Dancing
Soul-Line dancing is a group dance. Students will learn to move to
R & B, Soul, Jazz and Latin beats. Each dance allows you to move
at your own pace while enjoying the music and learning the steps.
Come join the fun and learn the Temptation Cha-Cha, Marvin Gaye
Walk and more. Free CD with Soul-Line dance music from class.
Instructor: Sonya Bellamy
Fee: $40 residents; $50 non-residents for 9 weeks
ClassesBegintheWeekofMarch15(NoClassesMarch29&31)
Activity# Age Days Time Location
3111.201 Beg 12+yrs Tues 7:00pm-9:00pm GFR
3111.202 Int 12+yrs Thurs 7:00pm-9:00pm ACC
Sports & Fitness
Adults & Teens Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Learn the basic essential positions of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu which
includes different types of mounts and guard, escaping the mount
and guard. Techniques such as throws, joint locks, arm bar, leg bar,
reversal moves and chokes are taught. Stand up techniques and
kickboxing will also be incorporated. Uniform included.
Instructors/Sensei: Monton Roeksbutr & Staff
Fee: $45 residents; $55 non-residents for 4 weeks
ClassMeets3DaysaWeek-ClassBeginsMarch14
Activity# Age Days Time Location
3615.201 13+yrs Mon/Wed 7:00pm-8:00pm MAI
Sat 10:45am-11:30am MAI
Aquatics/Adult
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Beginning Fudo Shin Tai Martial Arts
Dont let fear control life. Gain the confdence you need in every
situation. This unique blend of Aikido, Iaido, Karate, and Street
Fighting will allow you to effectively handle any verbal, physical, or
emotional attack. These techniques work regardless of age, body
size, physical abilities, or health. Take control of armed and unarmed
assaults. Wear comfortable clothing and no jewelry please.
Instructor: Terry McCarthy
Fee: $60 residents; $70 non-residents for 10 weeks
ClassBeginsMarch24
Activity# Age Days Time Location
3618.201 15+ yrs Thurs 7:30pm-8:30pm GFR
Belly Dance
Come shake and shimmy your way to toned abdominals, strong
arms and legs. Folkloric Belly Dance is graceful and fun. Please wear
comfortable clothing.
Instructors: Yoga Den Staff
Fee: $65 residents; $75 non-residents for 7 weeks
ClassBeginsMarch16
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2306.201 10+yrs Wed 7:40pm-8:40pm YD
Bliss Meditation
Emotions and thoughts give birth to our mental set up and attitude.
Understanding these emotions and thoughts is the frst and fnal
step towards moving beyond it. Designed by Paramahasmsa
Nithyananda.
Instructors: Yoga Den Staff
Fee: $65 residents; $75 non-residents for 7 weeks
ClassesBegintheweekofMarch15
Activity# Age Days Time Location
3337.201 16+ yrs Tues 8:30am-9:20am YD
3337.202 16+ yrs Fri 8:30am-9:20am YD
Body Sculpting
This is a strength training and conditioning class for men and women
who are interested in building lean muscle. We will target individual
muscle groups in both lower and upper body and core. For the
new athlete, to the seasoned athlete, challenging modifcations and
progressions are provided to build strength, fexibility, and balance.
Emphasis is placed on proper form and breathing. Class ends with
stretching and meditation. Body fat measured upon request. Please
bring your own dumbbells.
Instructor: Sue Bowen
Fee: $70 residents; $80 non-residents for 8 weeks.
ClassBeginsMarch28
Activity# Age Days Time Location
3307.201 All Levels 18+ yrs Mon/Wed 5:30pm-6:30pm GFR
Adults & Teens Karate &
Mixed Martial Arts
Class incorporates traditional karate with practical street-wise karate
that really works! This is a great stress reduction, building self-
confdence and greater health and ftness in a very non-threatening
environment. Uniform is included for all new students.
Instructors: Monton Roeksbutr & Staff
Fee: $45 residents; $55 non-residents for 4 weeks
ClassMeets3DaysaWeek-ClassBeginsMarch14
Activity# Age Days Time Location
3609.201 13+yrs Mon/Wed 7:00pm-8:00pm MAI
Sat 10:45am-11:30am MAI
Adult Flag Football (Mens 5 vs. 5)
Registeronlineat:www.topgunfagfootball.com
The City of Corona is proud to offer Adult Flag Football for the Fall
2010 season. This program is offered through a contract partnership
with Top Gun Flag Football.
Leaguebeneftsinclude:
Online registration
10 game season + playoffs
League website with frequently loaded information and content
Direct communication with Top Gun Flag Football
Registration and League information can be found at: www.
topgunfagfootball.com or by calling the Top Gun Flag Football offce
(877) 846-3178.
If you have any questions regarding Adult Flag Football or Top Gun,
please feel free to contact the City of Corona Parks & Community
Services Department at 951-736-2241 or visit our website at www.
discovercorona.com
Adult Softball
The City of Corona offers adult softball through our full service
contract partnership with Major League Softball for all of our Adult
Softball Leagues.
League benefts include:
Online registration
Awards for 1st and 2nd place teams
Direct communication with Major League Softball
Registration and League information can be found at: www.mlsoftball.
com or by calling the Major League Softball offce at 951-358-2800 ext. 2
If you have any questions regarding Adult Softball or Major League
Softball, please feel free to contact the City of Corona Parks &
Community Services Department at 951-736-2241 or visit our website
at www.discovercorona.com
Adult
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***IMPORTANT*** PLEASE READ
CAREFULLY
How do I know if I am a Corona resident
Corona residents are those individuals who reside within the
City limits. Residents of Corona receive priority enrollment
during the mail-in registration process. Proof of residency
include a CA drivers license and/or utility bill which must
match adult addresses and all registration forms. All
incomplete form and non-resident forms will be returned.
How do I know if I am a non-resident
Non-residents are classifed as those addresses which
do not lie within the Corona city limits including, but not
limited to, unincorporated areas such as Coronita, Home
Gardens, El Cerrito, Corona Valley (East Vale area) and
all communities south of Weirick Road. The fee for non-
residents is $10 per person, per activity.
Priority registration for Corona residents, non-residents fees
and refund processing fee is on page 28. An administrative
refund processing fee of $5 will be applied for all requested
refunds. For additional information, please call 951-736-
2241.
If you still have questions and/or concerns regarding
residency, please call 951-736-2241.
Adult
Bootcamp in the Park
Spring has Sprung! Welcome back, commit to your goals and get
healthier. A one hour class with active warm-up, cardio and weight
drills to get you stronger. Class will challenge you to meet your
ftness goals. We mix it up! Abdominals and stretching will also be
included. Bring your own set of weights and a mat. Towel and water
are recommended. All levels are welcome; the hardest part is getting
there! Meet at Mountain Gate Park near the playground by the tennis
courts.
Instructor: Maria Korcsmaros
Fee for Session 1: $40 residents; $50 non-residents for 3 weeks
Fee for Session 2: $75 residents; $85 non-residents for 6 weeks
Session 1-Class Meets March 14-30
Activity # Age Days Time Location
3338.201 16+ yrs Mon/Wed 5:30am-6:30am MGP
Session 2-Class Meets April 11-May 18
Activity # Age Days Time Location
3338.202 16+ yrs Mon/Wed 5:30am-6:30am MGP
Gentle Yoga
This is an ideal class for new students, senior citizens, anyone new
to exercise or suffering from anxiety, stress, depression and those
recovering from surgery or cancer. Please wear comfortable clothing.
Do not eat 1 hours prior to class. Come to class with an open mind.
No need to purchase a yoga mat prior to class.
Instructors: Yoga Den Staff
Fee: $65 residents; $75 non-residents for 7 weeks
Classes Begin the Week of March 14
Activity # Age Days Time Location
3319.201 15+yrs Mon 5:00pm-6:00pm YD
3319.202 15+yrs Thurs 5:00pm-6:00pm YD
Hatha Yoga
Students are asked to wear comfortable, loose ftting clothing. Begin
by relaxing and centering your mind on breathing. As the body
warms up more advanced postures are performed. No jarring of the
muscles or bones will occur. Please bring a mat and towel. Yoga
straps are used. Please bring a strap or tie to class. Bring block if
fexibility is limited.
Instructor: Cynthia McCabe
Fee: $50 residents; $60 non-residents for 8 weeks
Class Begins March 29
Activity # Age Days Time Location
3302.201 Beg/Int, 16+yrs Tues 6:30pm-8:00pm VC
Intermediate Fudo ShinTai Martial Arts
Improve your timing and increase your Aikido power. Incorporate
effective techniques from Iaido, Karate, Street Fighting, and
Traditional Weapons to effciently handle any threat. Increase your
ability to neutralize physical, verbal, and emotional situations. White
Gis required.
Instructor: Terry McCarthy
Fee: $60 residents; $70 non-residents for 10 weeks
Class Begins March 24
Activity # Age Days Time Location
3619.201 15+ yrs Thurs 8:30pm-10:00pm GFR
Intro to CrossFit
This is a beginners class for CrossFit- a core strength and
conditioning program comprised of constantly varied functional
movements performed at high intensity. Our classes are never just
workouts. You will learn to manage your body for everyday life while
also getting more ft than you have ever been. Learn proper ways to
move your own bodyweight with exercises such as squats, push-up
and pull-ups. Get ft with the use of kettle bells, barbell and wall balls.
Instructors: CrossFit Staff
Fee: $150 residents; $160 non-residents for 6 weeks
Class Begins March 15
Activity # Age Days Time Location
3341.201 18+yrs Tues/Thurs 7:00pm-8:00pm CFP
Karate for All Ages
This class will teach kicks, punches and blocks. You will learn how
to apply the self-defense moves to various forms and participate in
non-contact fghting. Karate helps to develop self-confdence and
self-discipline. Uniform included in fee.
Instructor: John Lipari
Fee: $45 residents; $55 non-residents for 4 weeks
Classes Begin the Week of March 14
Activity # Age Days Time Location
3608.201 Beg. 13+yrs M/W/F 8:30am-9:30am AAK
3608.202 Beg. 13+yrs Tues/Thurs 8:00pm-9:00pm AAK
Fri 7:00pm-8:00pm AAK
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Adult
Kickboxing & Kickboxing Aerobics
Experience a total body exercise. Kickboxing techniques will be
taught. This is a fun and exciting way to get in shape while learning
basic self defense skills. Experience and uniform are not necessary.
Instructors: Monton Roeksbutr & Staff
Fee: $50 residents; $60 non-residents for 4 weeks
Class Meets 4 Days per Week-Class Begins March 14
Activity # Age Days Time Location
3304.201 13+yrs Mon/Wed 8:00pm-8:45pm MAI
Tues/Thurs 7:10pm-7:55pm MAI
Krav Maga
Krav Maga is the offcial self defense and fghting system of the
Israeli Defense Forces and various police departments throughout
the U.S. This highly effective, easy to learn system of self-defense is
offered for men and women of all skill levels. Classes will be exciting,
challenging and motivating. Please wear loose clothing and tennis
shoes.
Instructors: All American Karate Staff
Fee: $45 residents; $55 non-residents for 4 weeks
Class Begins March 15
Activity # Age Days Time Location
3616.201 18+yrs Tues 6:00pm-7:00pm AAK
Level 1 Yoga
This is a great class to start with. Class is slightly above Gentle Yoga
but not quite Level 1-2. Please wear comfortable clothing.
Instructors: Yoga Den Staff
Fee: $65 residents; $75 non-residents for 7 weeks
Classes Begin the Week of March 16
Activity # Age Days Time Location
3343.201 13+ yrs Wed 5:00pm-6:00pm YD
3343.202 13+ yrs Thurs 7:30pm-8:30pm YD
Lift It to Lose It Weight Training
for Women
This high energy, exciting format has been very effective in seeing
dramatic results! Every exercise is designed to help women switch
from fat storing to fat burning Melt off unwanted inches, gain the
strength and lean muscle! Defne your arms and legs, trim down
hips, belly and thighs. Class will include weights, bands, rings and
kettle bells. Students please bring your own hand weights and mat.
Body fat and measurements done at no extra charge by request.
Instructor: Sue Robinson
Fee: $100 residents; $110 non-residents for 10 weeks
Class Begins March 14
Activity # Age Days Time Location
3326.201 18+yrs Mon/Wed 7:00pm-8:00pm GFR
Pre-Natal Yoga
For the new mom-to-be. Breathing exercises help to de-stress and
focus. Learn poses that will help lengthen and stretch the quickly-
changing body and make you feel better. This class is especially
recommended for those suffering from sciatic nerve pressure, back
pain, and those preparing for child birth. Please wear comfortable
clothing. Do not eat 1 hours prior to class. Come to class with an
open mind. No need to purchase a yoga mat prior to class.
Instructors: Yoga Den Staff
Fee: $65 residents; $75 non-residents for 7 weeks
Classes Begin the Week of March 14
Activity # Age Days Time Location
3323.201 18+ yrs Mon 11:00am-12:00pm YD
3323.202 18+ yrs Fri 11:00am-12:00pm YD
Lunch Time Yoga
Take a break to stretch, breathe, and de-stress for a better day.
Gentle twists, forward folds, and standing postures, taught in a non-
heated room so you can get back to work without breaking a sweat.
In the summer time the air conditioner is used. Class is 45 minutes of
work and then a beautiful small meal will be served to send you back
to work refreshed and ready to fnish your day.
Instructors: Yoga Den Staff
Fee: $65 residents; $75 non-residents for 7 weeks
Classes Begin the Week of March 15
Activity # Age Days Time Location
2308.201 13+ yrs Tues 12:00pm-12:50pm YD
2308.202 13+ yrs Thurs 12:00pm-12:50pm YD
Mixed Martial Arts Self-Defense
for Women
News about women being attacked is becoming more common
each day. We have insurance for our health, houses and cars. In a
sense, self-defense course is insurance for your life. Changing your
attitude of it will never happen to me to I will educate myself and
will not be a victim may save your life someday. Practical and simple
techniques from various Karate, Kickboxing, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu will
be taught.
Instructor: Monton Roeksbutr
Fee: $45 residents; $55 non-residents for 4 weeks
Class Begins April 11
Activity # Age Days Time Location
3617.201 13+yrs Mon/Wed 8:00pm-8:45pm MAI
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Adult
Power Mat Pilates
This power packed class has been carefully designed to give
maximum results in the shortest time possible! Both men and women
welcome! You will gain greater strength and muscle tone, fatten out
your stomach, trim down your waist, and increase bone density. All
levels will enjoy the benefts of this class. Please bring a mat and a
Pilates ring is recommended.
Instructor: Laurie Hardy
Fee: $35 residents; $45 non-residents for 5 weeks
Session1-ClassMeetsMarch15-April12
Activity# Age Days Time Location
3344.201 18+ yrs Tues 5:45pm-6:45pm GFR
Session2-ClassMeetsApril19-May17
Activity# Age Days Time Location
3344.202 18+ yrs Tues 5:45pm-6:45pm GFR
Stretch and Renew
Are your muscles tight due to inactivity or hard workouts? Come and
experience a class that will make you feel like youve just received a
total body massage. Using active stretching techniques, foam rollers
and tennis balls, you will learn how to release soft tissue, stiff joints
and lengthen tight muscles. Stretching has been shown to reduce
stress and promote circulation. Please wear comfortable clothes and
bring a mat.
Instructor: Sue Bowen
Fee: $35 residents; $45 non-residents for 6 weeks
ClassBeginsMarch29
Activity# Age Days Time Location
3340.201 18+yrs Tues 10:00am-10:45am GFR
Tai Chi Exercise
Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese martial art that has health benefts
beyond its mild aerobic exercise value. You will learn this art as a
relaxing exercise for stress reduction. It also improves fexibility,
increases leg strength, and enhances balance. Wear fat-soled shoes
and clothing that allows for stretching. Chinese Chi Kung (breath
work) is included for its relaxing benefts. The 8:00am is for advanced
students with instructor approval. The 9:30am is for intermediate
students who have taken the beginning class.
Instructor: Ron Sahli
Fee: $40 residents; $50 non-residents for 8 weeks
ClassesBeginMarch26
Activity# Age Days Time Location
3305.201 Adv. 18+yrs Sat 8:00am-9:15am VC
3305.202 Int. 18+yrs Sat 9:15am-10:20am VC
3305.203 Beg. 18+yrs Sat 10:30am-11:20am VC
Yoga
Components of classical sun salutes are taught, most traditional
standing poses, gentle twists, backbends & forward folds. If you are
new to yoga or a continuing student this class is for you. Please wear
comfortable clothing. Do not eat 1 hours prior to class. Come to class
with an open mind. No need to purchase a yoga mat prior to class.
Temperature in class is kept at least 80 degrees to prevent injury.
Instructor: Yoga Den Staff
Fee: $65 residents; $75 non-residents for 7 weeks
ClassesBegintheWeekofMarch14
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2304.201 Level 1-2 13+ yrs Mon 6:00pm-7:30pm YD
2304.202 Level 1-2 13+ yrs Tues 9:30am-11:00am YD
2304.203 Level 1-2 13+ yrs Wed 9:30am-11:00am YD
2304.204 Level 1-2 13+ yrs Wed 6:00pm-7:30pm YD
2304.205 Level 1-2 13+ yrs Thurs 9:30am-11:00am YD
2304.206 Level 1-2 13+ yrs Fri 9:30am-11:00am YD
2304.207 Level 1-2 13+ yrs Sat 9:30am-11:00am YD
2304.208 Level 1-2 13+ yrs Sat 11:00am-12:30pm YD
2304.209 Level 1-2 13+ yrs Sun 9:30am-11:00am YD
2304.210 Level 1-2 13+ yrs Sun 6:00pm-7:30pm YD
Vinyasa Flow
Linking Asanas fow from one to the next while working through
a moving meditation. Class builds strength, fushes toxins, tones
muscles, and creates more awareness in the body, mind and spirit.
Infuenced by Power Yoga/Ashtanga Yoga.
Instructors: Yoga Den Staff
Fee: $65 residents; $75 non-residents for 7 weeks
ClassesBegintheWeekofMarch15
Activity# Age Days Time Location
2305.201 All Levels 13+ yrs Tues 5:15am-6:45am YD
2305.202 All Levels 13+ yrs Fri 5:15am-6:45am YD
Zumba

The Zumba program fuses hypnotic Latin rhythms and easy-to-follow


moves to create a one-of-a-kind ftness program. The routines feature
interval training sessions. Fast and slow rhythms and resistance
training are combined to tone and sculpt your body while burning
fat. Class is held at 4 Everybody Fitness, 436 N. Main St.
Instructor: Sabrina Anderson
Fee: $75 residents; $85 non-residents for 8 weeks
ClassesBeginWeekofMarch14
Activity# Age Days Time Location
3342.201 18+yrs Mon/Wed 6:00pm-7:00pm 4EBF
3342.202 18+yrs Tues/Thurs 7:00pm-8:00pm 4EBF
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Adult/Senior Services

Special Interest
Dog Obedience
This class is open to all breeds of dogs, ages six months or older
(larger breeds accepted at 4 months). All A.K.C. Novice obedience
exercises (heel, sit, down, stay, stand, come) will be covered. Behavior
problems such as destructive chewing, hole digging, and jumping
up will be addressed. Trophies and certifcates will be awarded at
graduation. Thefrstmeetingwillbeanorientationwithoutdogs.
A $10 insurance fee is required, payable to instructor at frst class.
Training manual included.
Instructors: Dog Services Unlimited Staff (Thersa Chaffn)
Fee: $82 residents; $92 non-residents for 8 weeks
ClassBeginsApril2
Activity# Age Days Time Location
3701.201 Beg. 10+yrs Sat 8:30am-9:30am HP
CORONA SENI OR CENTER
921 S. Belle Avenue, Corona, CA 92882 (951) 736-2363
E-mail: senior.center@ci.corona.ca.us
The Corona Senior Center welcomes adults age 50 or older.
CoronaSeniorCenterhours:
Monday-Thursday: 7:30am-5:00pm and 6:00pm-9:00pm
Friday: 7:30am-5:00pm
Saturday: 7:30am-12:00pm
Corona Senior Center Seeks Volunteers
If you have a special talent and would like to share your services with
others, please call (951) 736-2363 for an application.
Rehabilitation Equipment Loan
Donations of used equipment to the Senior Center are appreciated.
They are made available for loan to needy Seniors. The Senior Center
is currently seeking donations of canes and wheelchairs.
health Services
AfterStrokeClub Tuesdays 10:30am
Alzheimers/Parkinsons
CaregiversSupportGroup 2
nd
Thursday 7:00pm
Bereavement Mondays 11:30am
Out-Of-Sighters 2
nd
Monday 10:00am
SightSeekers Mondays 10:00am
Recreation
Bingo Mondays 2:00pm
Billiards Daily While Open
FridayMovieMatinee Fridays 1:00pm
PartyBridge Mondays 9:30am
PokerClub Wednesdays 6:30pm
WomensBilliardsClub Wednesdays 9:00am
Thursdays 6:00pm
Computer Lab
Four computers, equipped with internet accessibility and various
word processing programs are available for use during normal
Senior Center hours of operation.
Computer Classes
Free 5-week computer classes are available to Seniors 50 years old
and over. Please call the Senior Center to be placed on the waitlist
at (951) 736-2363.
Club Meetings
CrestCommunications 1
st
Thursday 7:00pm
HispanicSocialClub Tuesdays 9:00am
MensCoffeeClub Monday Friday 9:00am
SociedaddeObreros 2
nd
& 4
th
Saturday 10:00am
AARP 55 Alive Mature Driving Class
A certifed AARP instructor educates Seniors through two 4-hour
class sessions. A $12 check for AARP members and $14 check for
non-members payable to AARP is due the frst class session. Please
contact the Senior Center for class times and location.
hICAP Counseling
A Health Insurance Counseling Advocacy Program Counselor
is available to answer questions on Medicare and other health
insurance issues. For assistance please call (800) 434-0222.
Food Distribution
All interested Seniors must apply for these programs at the Corona
Senior Center. Food will be picked up at the Corona Senior Center.
BrownBagProgram 2
nd
& 4
th
Wednesday 10:00am
FoodShareProgram 3
rd
Wednesday 10:00am
Elder Abuse
Take action against elder abuse by reporting suspected maltreatment,
self-neglect or fnancial abuse of a senior citizen. Call the Corona
Senior Center at (951) 736-2363 if you need help to begin the
reporting process.
Performing and Visual Arts
Groups meet at not cost, but must supply their own materials.
ChineseCalligraphy 1
st
, 3
rd
& 5
th
Wednesdays 9:15am
CraftClass Wednesdays 1:00pm
GardeningAdvice Thursdays 2:00pm
JewelryClub Tuesdays 6:00pm
KaraokeClub Tuesdays 12:30pm
MixedMediaClub Tuesdays 1:30pm
Fridays 9:00am
PartyQuilters Thursdays 9:00am
PhotographyClub 4
th
Thursday 1:00pm
QuiltingGuild 2
nd
& 4
th
Monday 7:00pm
WritingClub Wednesdays 1:30pm
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Dance Classes
Ballroom Dance
Thursdays AllLevels 7:00pm
Line Dance
Mondays Beg/Int 11:00am
Mondays Beg 7:00pm
Tuesdays Beg 11:00am
Wednesdays Adv 7:00pm
Fridays Int/Adv 11:00am
Sports & Fitness
Balance and Flexibility Mondays 1:00pm
Mens Exercise Tues/Thurs/Sat 8:00am
PACE (Arthritis Exercise) Tuesdays&Thursdays 9:00am
Tai Chi Tuesdays 3:00pm
Wii Bowling League Wednesdays 3:00pm
Womens Exercise Mon/Wed/Fri 10:00am
Yoga 1
st
&3
rd
Saturday 8:45am
Pink Pong Mon/Tues/Thurs/Fri 1:00pm
Wednesday 6:000pm
Saturday 8:30am
Exercise Room
An exercise room is available for daily conditioning at no charge.
Equipmentincludes:Treadmill,StationaryBicycleandFreeWeights.
This room is open during Senior Center normal operating hours.
Participantsmustcompleteawaiverpriortouse.
Health and Educational Lectures
Please call the Senior Center at (951) 736-2363 to register for
lectures.Advancedregistrationispreferred.
Know Your Rights as a Tenant
Thursday,March10at11:00am
LeonardYip,AttorneyatLaw,willbeheretooffervaluableinformation
andansweryourquestions.ProvidedbyNguyen&Yip,P.C.
Homecare Services & Luncheon
Thursday,March24at11:00am
BiancasHomeCareprovides24hourassistedlivingcarelocatedin
theCoronaHills.Theirgoalistohelptheirclientsremainincontrol
oftheirownlives.Comelearnmorewhileenjoyingacomplimentary
lunch.ProvidedbyBiancasHomeCare.
Senior Scam Stopper
Friday,March11from1:00-3:00pm
TheCaliforniaContractorsStateLicenseBoard(CSLB)established
theSeniorScamStopperseminarprogramtoinformandempower
seniors against scams. This presentation will provide a venue for
seniors to learn about current scams, obtain consumer protection
publications and ask questions of the experts. CSLB is honored to
partnerwithAssemblymemberJeffMillertoconductaSeniorScam
Stopperinourdistrict.Refreshmentswillbeprovided.
Understanding Your Medicare &
Medi-Cal Options
Thursday,April7at11:00am
PresentedbySCANHealthPlan.
Customize Your Medication
Thursday,April14at11:00am
Didyouknowitispossibletohaveyourmedicationcustomizedto
ft your needs? For example, you can combine meds so you dont
have to swallow so many pills, or you can change an oral med
into a cream. Come learn what a Compounding Pharmacy does,
specializinginseniorcare.ProvidedbyCoronaSpecialtyPharmacy.
Alzheimer Needs & Luncheon
Thursday,April28at11:00am
Emeritus at Corona Alzheimers Community will present valuable
informationregardingwhenitistimetoseekadditionalcareforyour
loved one. All participants will be served a complimentary lunch.
ProvidedbyEmeritusatCorona.
Colon Health
Thursday,May5at12:00pm
Thiswillbeaninformativelecturegivenbyahealthcareprofessional.
ProvidedbyHealthNet.
AARP and You
Thursday,May12at1:00pm
What is AARP? What does AARP provide to its members and the
community?Whatkeyresourcesareavailable?Comeandfndout
theanswerstothesequestions.PresentedbyAhnileenMartinez.
Cataract Lecture & Vision/
Glaucoma Screening
Thursday,May19at11:00am
You are invited to attend a mini seminar on cataracts and cataract
surgery. Presented by TriCounty Eye Institute. Following this
informative presentation, TriCounty staff will be offering free vision
andglaucomascreenings.
Trust & Will Planning
Thursday,May26at11:00am
This presentation will give you valuable information needed for
makingimportantfnancialdecisions.PresentedbyUnitedCalifornia
EstateServices.
Senior Services
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Asthma/COPD
Thursday, June 2 at 12:00 pm
This will be an informative lecture provided by a healthcare
professional. Provided by Health Net.
Screenings
All screenings are free of charge. Please call (951) 736-2363 to
schedule an appointment for the Hearing and Dental Screenings.
hearing Screening
Wednesday, April 6 from 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Wednesday, June 1 from 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Audioprosthologist Ken Becerril from Beltone will be available to
answer questions and to check and clean your hearing aids.
Dental Screening
Friday, March 18 from 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Dr. Lita Hermansjah will be available to provide dental screenings
and give advice regarding oral care.
Friday, May 20 from 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Dr. Salvi will be available to provide dental screenings and give
advice regarding oral care.
Vision/Glaucoma Screening
Thursday, May 19 at 11:00 am
TriCounty Eye Institute will be here to provide free screenings
following a lecture on cataracts.
Glucose Screening
1st Monday each Month at 10:00 am
Provided by Corona Family Care.
Blood Pressure Screening
Fridays at 10:00 am
Provided by Corona Family Care.
Senior Outreach Services
Legal Advice
Tuesday, April 19 from 6:00 8:00 pm
Free legal consultation for seniors age 50 and older are available
once every quarter on the 3rd Tuesday. Each appointment will be
hour long with 4 slots available. Please call the Senior Center
for the types of legal consultations provided and to schedule an
appointment. Provided by Nguyen & Yip, P.C.
Senior Services
Tax Assistance
Free tax assistance for seniors age 50 and older. You must call the
Senior Center to schedule an appointment.
Parties
Registration is required for all parties. Please see the Reception Desk
or call (951) 736-2363.
St. Patricks Day Party
Thursday, March 17 at 1:00 pm Tickets: $3.00
Price Increases to $5.00 on 3/14
Join our celebration with live entertainment, refreshments and
games. Remember to wear something green!
Easter Party
Thursday, April 21 at 1:00 pm Tickets: $3.00
Price increases to $5.00 on 4/18
Join us for an afternoon of live entertainment, dancing, games and
refreshments. Wear your favorite bonnet.
Mothers Day Tea
Friday, May 6 at 12:00 pm Pre-Sale Tickets: $5.00
At the Door: $8.00
This event will be held at the Historic Community Room (815 W. Sixth
Street). Only women 50 years and older will be admitted.
Special Events/Programs
Ballroom Dance
2nd Friday of each Month from 7:00 - 9:30 pm Fee: $3.00
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Therearemanywaysthatyou,asaresident,cancontributeto
ourcommunity.Volunteeringyourtimeandenergyhelpscreate
asaferandmorevibrantCorona.Hereareseveralorganizations
thatworkinpartnershipwiththeCityofCoronathatmaybeof
interesttoyouandyourfamily.
Corona Partners for Parks and Recreation
Corona Partners for Parks and Recreation is a 501(C)(3) non-proft,
community based fundraising and support foundation for the Parks
and Community Services Department. The focus of this foundation
is to work with local individuals and businesses to support and assist
in the development and maintenance of City facilities and to assist
in the advancement of recreation services and programs. With City
funds becoming more limited, the Foundations fundraising efforts
are essential to the continued development of facilities and services
in the City of Corona.
The Veterans Memorial Division is currently developing plans and
seeking sponsors and contributions for the completion of a Veterans
Memorial at the City Hall Complex.
HowtoJoinordonate
Joining or donating to Corona Partners is easy! Volunteer support is
encouraged. For more information, please write or call:
Corona Partners for Parks & Recreation
P.O. Box 940
Corona, CA 92880
(951) 736-2490
The Library Foundation
Purpose:
The Library Foundation is a non-proft organization operated by a
volunteer Board of Directors that is dedicated to assisting the Corona
Public Library by strengthening its programs and improving its
service to the public.
Funds raised by the Foundation beneft the Library in the areas
of Literacy Services, keeping Library Technology current, and
Building for the Future by enhancing the current facility and
sustaining endowment efforts for a branch library to serve Coronas
growing needs.
History:
The Corona Public Library Foundation is an independent, 501(c) (3)
non-proft library support group, frst organized in 1981 by Stanley
Reynolds as the Corona Literary Society. At the time, there was a
pressing need for programs and equipment to help library users
take advantage of new and fast-developing technology such as
computers, video systems, and reproduction equipment. Those once
visionary ideas are now integral parts of the Librarys daily services
and still constantly in need of updates to remain current.
Over the years, the Foundation has raised funds by soliciting
donations from individuals and businesses in the form of major
gifts, endowments, planned gifts, and fundraisers. The Foundation
also offers a newly created Foundation Membership program, with
multiple levels for individuals, seniors, children, and organizations
of any size.
ForMoreInformationortoDonate
Monetary donations are always welcome and can be designated for
specifc projects or programs such as computers or literacy. Funds
may also be donated for general use by the Foundation or specifed
in memory of a loved one.
More information and applications for Foundation membership are
available at the Library, online at www.CPLFound.org, by calling the
Corona Public Librarys business offce at (951) 736-2384 or in writing at:
Corona Public Library Foundation
650 South Main Street
Corona, CA 92882-3417
Friends of the Library
Purpose:
To create community interest in the Corona Public Library
To promote increased knowledge and understanding of the
Librarys services and needs.
To encourage suitable gifts.
To foster support for the Librarys development.
History:
The Friends of the Corona Public Library is an independent, 501 (c) (3)
non-proft support group frst organized in 1964 when the Library was
still housed in the Carnegie building at Eighth and Main Streets. The
Friends were originally dedicated to expanding childrens services,
providing regular story hours, and adding books to the childrens
collection. Since then, the Friends support has grown to include
contributions toward expansion of the entire Library collection,
increased services in all areas of the Library, and preservation of
Coronas history and rich community heritage.
MembershipBenefts
Free subscription to The Quarterly Reader, the Friends
newsletter.
Loyalty Card Redemptions-purchases in the BookShop earn credit
toward cash redemptions applied to future BookShop purchases.
10% discount on all donated books in the Friends BookShop at all
times.
50% discount on all donated books in the Friends BookShop on
the frst Saturday of each month.
ActivitiesandProjects
Friends BookShop browse through our shop, located next to the
Adult Literacy area. Sales from bargain-priced books and gift items
help provide new library books and a wide variety of Corona Public
Library programs and enhancements.
Adopt-a-Book-Program The Friends match adoption fees
donated by individuals, businesses, and organizations for the
purchase of new books for the Library.
Summer Reading Program Annual donations from the Friends
underwrite the Corona Public Librarys summer reading incentive
program.
Author Talks & Special Programs The Friends sponsor a
broad range of cultural programs featuring authors, musicians,
storytellers, as well as supply festive year-end holiday decorations
and entertainment.
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Major Gifts to the Library Substantial gifts from the Friends
include the outdoor electronic message center, computer work
stations, Water Wall, the murals in the Childrens Room, the book
shaped childrens furniture, special gateway entrance and art in
Teens@650, and special reference works.
Friends Website - Visit www.FriendsofCPL.org for lots of Friends,
BookShop, and Corona Library information. You can download
Friends brochures, send us an email, ask questions, visit our Blog
and much more.
HowtoDonate
Donations of money, used or new books, DVDs, CDs, and the like
are greatly appreciated. Look for donation guidelines on our website
and posted in the Library. To donate used or new materials, bring
your donations to the Library at 650 S. Main Street. A receipt for your
donation is available upon request.
HowtoReachtheFriendsandbecomeamember
The Friends website, www.FriendsofCPL.org, will answer many of
your questions about our organization and membership. You can
download a membership application from the site and mail it to us at
P.O. Box 1892, Corona, CA 92878. Questions can also be emailed to
us directly at info@friendsofcpl.org.
You can also obtain information by calling (951) 279-6604 to reach
the Friends of the Corona Public Library or stop and talk with any of
the Friends volunteers who assist throughout the Library.
Corona Public Library Adult Literacy
Program
Help English-Speaking adults improve their basic reading and writing
skills by becoming a volunteer tutor.
The Library also offers ESL (English as a Second Language) classes
through a partnership with the local school district and volunteers.
All services are free.
For more information on how to become a volunteer tutor or the ESL
class, please call (951) 279-3789.
Corona Fire Safety Foundation
Purpose
To provide a partnership between the community and the Corona
Fire Department to expand public safety for the citizens of Corona.
History
The Corona Fire Safety Foundation is a non-proft public beneft
corporation that was formed in November 1998. Its board members
contribute personal knowledge and expertise, act as advocates for
the organization in the community, and contribute knowledge of
community issues and matters related to the organization.
RecentActivitiesandPrograms
Equipment Supplied: Digital cameras, confned space rescue
equipment, frefghter rescue belts, and automatic electronic
defbrillators (AEDs).
Programs Funded: Vials of Life, Fire Explorer Program, Burn
Institute Inland Empire, and fre service scholarships.
Education Programs Funded: Swimming pool safety, Smoke
detectors, and Freddy the Fire Truck.
Fundraisers: The Great Taste
Meetings
The Corona Fire Safety Foundation Board of Directors meets on
the second Thursday of each month. General meetings are held
quarterly and are open to all interested parties.
HowtoJoinorDonate
The Corona Fire Safety Foundation can be reached at:
Corona Fire Safety Foundation
400 S. Vicentia Avenue, #215
Corona, CA 92882
(951) 736-2373
www.CoronaFireSafetyFoundation.org
All donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law and
can be made to a specifc program or in general support of ongoing
projects.
Community Emergency Response Team
(CERT)
The City of Corona Fire Departments Community Emergency
Response Team program, otherwise known as CERT, has a mission
to increase through training and preparation the self-suffciency and
survivability of Coronas people, businesses, and government for
all foreseeable disasters. The CERT program teaches individuals to
care for family and neighbors and to assess hazards after a disaster
as part of a trained team. The 25-hour FEMA based course is free to
Corona area residents and includes training in:
Disaster Preparedness
Light Search and Rescue
Fire Safety
Disaster Psychology
CPR
Disaster First Aid
CERT Organization
Terrorism
For dates and information go to www.DiscoverCorona.com/cert or
call (951) 736-2458.
Trauma Intervention Program (TIP)
TIP is an all-volunteer 501 (c) (3) non-proft organization dedicated to
ensuring that those who are emotionally traumatized in emergency
situations receive the immediate assistance they need. To accomplish
this goal, TIP works closely with local emergency responders and
hospital personnel. Well-trained citizen volunteers are called to
emergency scenes to assist family members, witnesses, and other
bystanders whom the emergency system must often leave behind in
order to respond to other emergencies.
Services are provided to victims and their families free of charge and
are made possible through grants from local government and the
fund raising efforts of individuals.
TIPvolunteers:
Provide emotional and practical support
Serve as a liaison between the victims and emergency and
hospital authorities
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Help arrange follow-up services
Provide resource information
For more information about the Corona TIP program and the next
training academy, please call (951) 736-2373 or visit our website at:
www.TIPCorona.org.
Corona Police Community Partnership
Purpose
To enhance cooperation between the police and the citizens of
Corona to ensure a safe community.
History
Corona Police Community Partnership, Inc. (CPCP) is a 501(C)(3)
nonproft organization formed in March, 1994.
RecentActivities&Programsare:
Scholarships: Offer scholarships to local high school seniors
wanting to enter law enforcement when they graduate.
Outreach: Participate in Public Safety Day, The Great Taste, and
other community events.
Employee Recognition: Support the annual Corona Police
Department employee recognition banquet.
HowtoJoin
Membership in CPCP is open to any person over 18 years of age
who lives or works in the City of Corona.
To join or donate:
Corona Police Community Partnership (CPCP)
c/o Corona Police Department
730 Corporation Yard Way
Corona, CA 92880
(951) 736-2310
Corona Police Explorer Post #404
The Corona Police Explorer Program provides young men and
women the opportunity to gain valuable training and experience in
the law enforcement feld. The programs goal is to help a young
person decide if a career in law enforcement is right for him/her.
Police Explorers perform a variety of community services such as:
traffc control, crowd control, fngerprinting of children, and assist
with other special events. Occasionally, Explorers are used to search
for missing children, search crime scenes for evidence or assist
in major disaster scenes. Explorers also participate in the Police
Departments ride-along program, which enables them to observe
the actual functions of police offcers as they perform their duties.
MembershipRequirements
Be 14-21 years of age
Be enrolled in high school or college
Maintain at least a 2.5 G.P.A
Have good moral character with no misdemeanor or felony
arrests
Comply with the Corona Police Department grooming standards
HowtoApplyforMembership
If you would like to join the Corona Police Department Explorer Post
#404 and get started on a career in law enforcement:
Obtain and complete an application from the Police Department
Pass a background investigation
Attend four consecutive meetings
For more information on the Police Explorer program, please call
(951) 736-2335 and ask to speak with the Explorer Advisor.
City of Corona Boards & Commissions
Citizens have an opportunity to participate in the implementation of
local policies by serving on a City advisory board or commission.
These various boards and commissions are comprised of local
residents that provide input to some of our City departments and
activities. At this time there are three City Boards and Commissions:
the Library Board of Trustees, Parks and Recreation Commission,
and the Planning Commission.
If you are a resident of the City of Corona and are interested in
volunteering your time with a City board or commission, please
complete an application for Public Service form available on the City
website (www.DiscoverCorona.com) or by calling (951) 736-2201.
Detailed information regarding the boards and commissions are
below.
LibraryBoardofTrustees
The Public Library shall be managed by a board of fve Library
Trustees, all of whom shall be residents of the City, not offcers or
employees, and all of whom shall be appointed by the Mayor with
the consent of the City Council. Members serve three-year terms
pursuant to the California Education Code.
ParksandRecreationCommission
The Commission is comprised of fve members, all of whom shall be
residents of the City and shall not hold any paid offce or employment
with the City. Members serve four-year terms. Each Council Member
appoints one member to serve concurrently with his/her term of
offce. Each member of the Commission shall receive ffty dollars for
each regular monthly meeting attended, not to exceed ffty dollars
per month. The Commission shall act in an advisory role to the City
Council and make recommendations to the City Council concerning
recreation programs, maintenance and operation of the public
park system and the planting, care and removal of trees within the
parkways.
PlanningCommission
The Commission is comprised of fve members, all of whom
shall be residents of the City and shall not hold any paid offce
or employment with the City. Members serve four-year terms.
Each Council Member appoints one member to the planning
commission to serve concurrently with his/her term of offce. Each
member of the Commission shall receive ffty dollars for each
regular meeting attended, not to exceed one hundred dollars per
month. The Commission shall act in an advisory role to the City
Council and make recommendations pursuant to the California
Government Code.
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Corona heritage Park and Museum
In 1997, the Corona Heritage Foundation was formed to establish
a permanent center for the communitys heritage and history. By
December 2000, the 10,000 sq. ft. Corona Heritage Museum was
opened in what was once the company store of the Foothill Lemon
Ranch. The Ranch, established in 1911, had been the agricultural
hub of the City that became known as The Lemon Capital of the
World. Largely unknown before becoming Heritage Park, the sites
history easily rivals any in Corona as a place of signifcance and has
become the frst offcial Historic District of the City of Corona.
In addition to the museum, the Park consists of four historic homes,
built from 1903 through 1927, several packing houses, sheds, and
an entomological laboratory. The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-proft
corporation and the facility is entirely volunteer-operated. The Park
hosts several affliated non-proft organizations on-site including the
Corona Heritage Garden Society, the Corona Model Railroad Society,
the Corona Art Association and the Corona Artists In Residence. The
Corona Heritage Foundation has 425 members as of 2008 and is
open to everyone. The Corona Heritage Museum hours are 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday, and is free to the public.
Contacts:
Administration: Ted Taylor 951-898-0687
Adult Art Classes: Leslie Brown (951) 316-1311
Childrens Art Classes: Diane Archuleta (951) 737-6064
Corona Heritage Garden Society: Cindy Peterson (951) 735-1292
Curator/Museum Collections: Noella Benvenuti (951) 898-0687
Donations/Public Relations: Marla Benson (951) 733-8097
Field Trips/Tours/Volunteers: John Quinn (951) 736-0488
CoronaHeritageParkandMuseum
The History, Art and Culture of Corona
510 West Foothill Parkway
Corona, CA 92882
www.coronaheritage.org
Corona historic Preservation Society
The Corona Historic Preservation Society (CHPS) is a local non-proft tax
exempt organization founded in 1983 and dedicated to the preservation
and revitalization of Coronas historic buildings, neighborhoods and
sites. CHPS seeks to educate citizens of all ages about Coronas history,
historic resources and to enhance historic preservation within the City
of Corona. Programs presented and supported by the Society include:
the Historic Marker Program, Vintage Home Tour, Heritage Home
Awards, educational seminars and feld trips, and numerous community
preservation projects and activities.
Purpose:
To increase public knowledge and awareness of the unique history
of Corona.
To advocate for preservation of historic sites, structures, artifacts
and records.
To provide expertise in historic preservation and local history to
the Citys Community Development Department and Planning
Commission on the merits of preserving various resources.
To assist in relocating or fnding alternative reuses of structures
threatened with demolition.
Howtojoinordonate:
To join, donate or contact the Corona Historic Preservation Society,
you may obtain a membership application from the Society website
at www.corona-history.org, pick up one of the Societys bi-monthly
newsletters located at the Corona Public Library, leave a voice mail
message on the Societys answering machine at (951) 898-2044, or
write or send a check to:
Corona Historic Preservation Society
P. O. Box 2904
Corona, CA 92878
Please visit our website to learn more: www.corona-history.org
Code Enforcement Volunteers Program
Purpose:
The Code Enforcement Division welcomes volunteers from the
community to preserve and improve our community, enhance
property values and improve the overall quality of life throughout the
City. All required training and equipment is provided by the City of
Corona.
VolunteerDuties:
Aiding in the identifcation of blighted conditions and other property
maintenance violations; assisting with inspections and re-inspections
of alleged violations; removing illegal signage in public right of ways;
clerical duties to assist City personnel; and educating the public on
City standards and regulations.
VolunteerRequirements:
Be at least 18 years of age
Possess a high school diploma or the equivalent
Possess a valid California Drivers License and proof of insurance
Must not have a record of conviction of a serious offense, or
numerous convictions of minor offenses
Must reside, work, or have a strong personal interest in the City
of Corona
Successful completion of the application process, including
personal background checks, fngerprinting, and drug screening
For more information regarding the Volunteer Program, please
contact Susan Kirsnis at (951) 736-2429 or e-mail susan.kirsnis@
ci.corona.ca.us. Applications may be obtained at the City of Corona
Human Resources Department, 400 S. Vicentia Ave, Corona, CA
92882 or online at www.DiscoverCorona.com
Corona Youth Sports Foundation
The Corona Youth Sports Foundation is an established non-proft
organization dedicated to promoting youth sports in Corona. In 2007,
the Foundation began a youth boxing club housed at the Historic
Civic Center. The Corona Boxing Club is open to all youth who are
interested in boxing, improving their physical ftness, gaining self-
confdence and discipline, and making new friends.
The Corona Boxing Club is seeking support from the community as
well as certifed Boxing Coaches who wish to donate their time. Join
the Boxing Gym and make an impact on the lives of youth in Corona.
For more information, please contact Mike Hickey at (714) 920-5315
or Enrique Vazquez (915) 252-1431.
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PriorityRegistrationforCoronaResidents*PostmarksforMail-InBeginsMonday,February14,2011NOEARLIER.
PROOFOFRESIDENCYMUSTACCOMPANYREGISTRATIONONFORM.
General Policies
1. A Corona resident are those individuals who
reside within the City limits. Residents of Corona
receive priority enrollment during the mail-in
registration process. Proof of residency include
a CA drivers license and/or utility bill which must
match adult addresses and all registration forms.
All incomplete forms and nonresident forms will be
returned.
2. Non-residents are classifed as those addresses
which do not lie within the Corona city limits
including, but not limited to, unincorporated areas
such as Coronita, Home Gardens, El Cerrito,
Corona Valley (East Vale area) and all communities
south of Cajalco. The fee for non-residents is $10
per person, per activity.
3. Pre-registration is required for all classes and
programs.
4. All classes must have a minimum enrollment before
they will be offered. In case of lack of registrants,
some classes may be combined or cancelled.
5. A $45.00 service charge will be issued on all
returned checks.
6. If you have any Special Needs regarding
Department programs, please contact the Parks
and Community Services Department at (951)
736-2241.
Walk-In Residents & Non-Residents
1. Begins Tuesday, March 1, 2011, 7:30am to
5:30pm, Monday thru Thursday at the Corona
Parks and Community Services Department,
400 S. Vicentia, 2nd Floor.
2. Registration continues through the second
week of class.
3. Most classes begin the week of March 14, 2011.
ONLINE REGISTRATION Please see the City of
Corona Web site at www.discovercorona.com for
aditional information. Apply for your account now!
1. Online registration is available starting Tuesday,
March 1, 2011 at 7:30am and you may register
online until one week prior to your class.
2. Most classes begin the week of March 14, 2011.
Refund policy
1. Class refunds may be granted if requested
PRIOR to the second scheduled class and after
a 30 day check verifcation period.
2. Trip refunds may be granted if requested one
week prior to the scheduled trip and if the spot
can be flled from the Departments waiting list
and after the check verifcation period.
3. There is a refund processing fee of $5 per activity,
per participant for ALL requested refunds or
cancellations.
Registration Information
Corona Residents Priority Mail-In
1. Corona Residents will receive priority enrollment
during mail-in registration. Proof of residency
(drivers license or utility bill) must match the
adult address and accompany registration form.
Mail must not be postmarked before Monday,
February 14 and will be processed on a frst
received frst handled basis. If postmarked
before Monday, February 14, registration will be
returned.
2. All incomplete forms and non-resident forms will
be returned.
3. Please complete the form below and send the
appropriate fees. Please make checks payable
to the City of Corona.
4. Mail to:
Spring Registration
Corona Parks and Community Services
400 S. Vicentia, Suite 225
Corona, CA 92882-2187
5. Enclose a self-addressed, stamped envelope to
receive your receipt and confrmation of classes.
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Corona CONNECTION
is a newsletter published quarterly by the City of Corona for its residents
Need Help?
The City of Corona offers an automated Infoline that can be
accessed by calling (951) 736-2400. The following are phone
numbers you can call for answers to a variety of frequently
asked questions:
Animal Control........................................................... 736-2309
Business Licenses ..................................................... 736-2275
City Job Hotline ......................................................... 736-2205
Corona Cruiser .......................................................... 734-9418
Corona Police Department ......................................... 736-2330
Customer Service Line ............................................... 736-2300
Dial-A-Ride ................................................................ 734-7220
Graffiti Hotline ........................................................... 817-5841
Library ...................................................................... 736-2382
Park & Tree Maintenance ........................................... 817-5728
Neighborhood Watch ................................................. 279-3571
Senior Center ............................................................ 736-2363
Sidewalk/Street Repair ............................................... 736-2301
Voter Registration ...................................................... 736-2201
Water Conservation ................................................... 736-2234
Go Green and Clean:
Alternative Fuel Vehicle Rebate Program
Even in the best of times, the cost of purchasing a new or used
car can put a strain on the family budget so a little relief in the cost
of a new or used car is
especially welcome. To
help you purchase a
vehicle, the Corona City
Council has approved
a new program that
would rebate Corona
residents $2,000 for
the purchase a new
qualifed Alternative
Fuel Vehicle or $1,000 for a qualifed used vehicle.
To qualify, vehicles must be powered by Compressed Natural
Gas, electric/battery or be a non-diesel hybrid and meet emission
standards set by the California Air Resources Board. Rebates are
only available to licensed drivers living in the City of Corona and must
be purchased from an auto dealership authorized to do business
within the City of Corona. Examples of the 2011 models that qualify
for the program are the 2011 Honda Civic CX Compressed Natural
Gas, 2011 Toyota Camry Non-Diesel Hybrid, and 2011 Nissan Altima
Non-Diesel Hybrid.
Special funding for this program comes from the South Coast Air
Quality Management District and from a portion of a $4 fee paid
on vehicle registrations. This program began in January 2011 and
detailed information and the application form are available on the
Citys website at: www.DiscoverCorona.com or by calling the Public
Works Department at (951) 736-2266.
COMMUNITY EVENTS
Run for Kids: Saturday, March 19th 8AM-2PM
The 100 Mile Club is proud
to present its annual Run
for Kids at Auburndale
Intermediate School (1255
River Road) on Saturday,
March 19th from 8AM-2PM.
The 100 Mile Club encourages participants to run/walk 100 miles in
a school year and this annual event allows students to log miles in
a fun and festive environment. For more information on the Run for
Kids please visit www.100MileClub.com.
Senior Scam Stopper:
Friday, March 25th from 1-3 PM
The California Contractors State License Board (CSLB) established
the Senior Scam Stopper seminar program to inform and empower
seniors against scams. This presentation will provide a venue for
seniors to learn about current scams, obtain consumer protection
publications and ask questions of the experts. CSLB is honored to
partner with Assembly Member Jeff Miller to conduct a Senior Scam
Stopper at the Senior Center (921 S. Belle St.) on Friday, March
25th. Refreshments will be provided and more information can be
acquired by calling the Senior Center at (951) 736-2363.
Corona-Norco Day of the Child Celebration:
Saturday, April 16th 10 AM 2 PM
The Annual Corona-Norco Day of the Child Celebration will be held
on Saturday, April 16th at City Park (930 E. Sixth St.). This annual
festival is FREE for all elementary school children and their parents.
There will be a number of activities for children and information
booths for parents. More information on the Day of the Child can be
obtained by calling (951) 317-9039 or (951) 316-0018.
Community Blood Drive:
Tuesday, April 19th 9AM-2PM
Did you know that more
then 400 pints of blood
are needed everyday
to save lives in our
community? To ensure blood supply needs are met, the City of
Corona and LifeStream are hosting a community blood drive at City
Hall (400 S. Vicentia Avenue) on Tuesday, April 19th from 9AM-2PM.
To schedule a donation, please visit www.Lstream.org and drop-ins
are always welcome. Help save a life by donating blood!
Corona Certifed Farmers Market:
Every Saturday, 8:30AM 12:30PM
Located at the corner of
Main and Rincon Streets
every Saturday, the Farmers
Market features fresh
produce, sumptuous baked
goods, and a variety of other
products to enjoy.
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8 CITY PARK 930 E. 6TH ST.
9 CIVIC CENTER 815 W. 6TH ST.
10 CONTRERAS PARK BUENA VISTA & RAILROAD
11 CORONA CITY HALL 400 S. VICENTIA ST.
12 CORONA MUNICIPAL AIRPORT 1901 AVIATION DR.
13 CRESTA VERDE PARK 1640 E. COLLETT
14 (THE HEART OF) DOS LAGOS 2755 LAKESHORE DR.
15 EAGLE GLEN PARK 4190 BENNETT AVE.
16 FAIRVIEW PARK 1604 FAIRVIEW
17 GRIFFIN PARK 2804 GRIFFIN WAY
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19 JAMESON PARK 1155 VALENCIA RD.
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22 LINCOLN PARK LINCOLN & CITRON
23 MANGULAR PARK 2200 MANGULAR AVE
24 MERRILL PARK 10TH & W. GRAND
25 MOUNTAIN GATE PARK 3100 S. MAIN ST.
26 ONTARIO PARK ONTARIO & VIA PACIFICA
27 PARKVIEW PARK 2094 PARKVIEW DR.
28 PROMENADE PARK 615 RICHEY
29 RIDGELINE PARK 2850 RIDGELINE
30 RIMPAU PARK 1155 E. ONTARIO AVE.
31 RIVER ROAD PARK 1100 W. RIVER RD.
32 ROCK VISTA PARK 2481 STEVEN DR.
33 SANTANA REGIONAL PARK 598 SANTANA WAY
34 SENIOR CENTER 921 S. BELLE
35 SERFAS CLUB PARK 2575 GREEN RIVER RD.
36 SHERIDAN PARK 300 S. SHERIDAN
37 SPYGLASS PARK 1790 SPYGLASS
38 TEHACHAPI PARK TEHACHAPI & ST. HELENA
39 VICTORIA PARK 312 9TH ST.
40 VILLAGE PARK 860 VILLAGE LOOP DR.
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For Information Call The Parks
& Community Services Dept.
(951) 736-2241
CITY OF CORONA PARKS & FACILITIES
14 CrestaVerdePark 1640e.Collett
15 eagleglenPark 4190BennettaVe.
16 elCerritosPortsPark 7500elCerritord.
(JointusefacilitywithCountyofriverside)
17 FairViewPark 1604FairView
18 griFFinPark 2804griFFinway
19 HustedPark 1200Merrill
20 JaMesonPark 1155ValenCiard.
21 JoyPark Joy&e.grand
22 kelloggPark 1635kellogg
23 linColnPark linColn&Citron
24 MangularPark 2200MangularaVe.
25 MerrillPark 10tH&w.grand
26 MountaingatePark 3100s.Mainst.
27 ontarioPark ontario&ViaPaCiFiCa
28 ParkViewPark 2094ParkViewdr.
29 ProMenadePark 615riCHey
30 ridgelinePark 2850ridgeline
31 riMPauPark 1155e.ontarioaVe.
32 riVerroadPark 1100w.riVerrd.
33 roCkVistaPark 2481steVendr.
34 santanaregionalPark 598santanaway
35 seniorCenter 921s.Belle
36 serFasCluBPark 2575greenriVerrd.
37 sHeridanPark 300s.sHeridan
38 sPyglassPark 1790sPyglass
39 stageCoaCHPark 2125stageCoaCHrd.
40 teHaCHaPiPark teHaCHaPi&st.Helena
41 ViCtoriaPark 3129tHst.
42 VillagePark 860VillagelooPdr.
1 auBurndalePark 1045auBurndalest.
2 BorderPark 2400BorderaVe.
3 BrentwoodPark 1646dawnridge
4 BuenaVistaPark 2515BuenaVistaaVe.
5 ButterFieldPark 1886ButterFieldstagedr.
6 CHasePark 1415e.CHasedr.
7 CitrusPark 1250santanaway
8 CityPark 930e.6tHst.
9 CiViCCenter 815w.6tHst.
10 ClearwatersPortsFields 2205railroadst.
11 ContrerasPark BuenaVista&railroad
12 CoronaCityHall 400s.ViCentiast.
13 CoronaMuniCiPalairPort 1901aViationdr.