City of Chino Hills Presents The 19th Annual

City of Chino Hills Presents The 19th Annual

City of Chino Hills Presents The 19th Annual
City of Chino Hills Presents The 19th Annual

2 Animal Control . 623-9777 Building Permits/Building & Safety . 364-2780 Building Inspection Request . 364-2790 Business License . 364-2670 Chino Hills Branch Library . 590-5380 Chino Hills Community Center . 364-2826 Chino Hills Police . 364-2000 Chino Hills Police Dispatch . 465-6837 Chino Valley Fire District . 902-5260 Chino Valley Unified School District . 628-1201 City Council . 364-2620 City Clerk's Office . 364-2620 Code Enforcement . 364-2757 Community Development . 364-2740 Community Services . 364-2710 Emergency/Road Closure Hotline . 364-2828 Field Conditions Hotline . 364-2738 Graffiti Hotline .

364-2820 Human Resources . 364-2630 Passports . 364-2628 Planning . 364-2750 Public Information . 364-2615 Public Works . 364-2800 Recreation . 364-2700 Report After-Hours Emergencies . 364-2860 Republic Services ( 866) 238-2444 So. Cal. Edison ( 800) 655-4555 Street Sweeping Tickets ( 800) 989-2058 The Gas Co ( 800) 427-2200 Water Conservation Hotline . 364-2850 Water/Trash Customer Service . 364-2660 Yard & Garage Sale Permits . 364-2714 City Council Ray Marquez, Mayor Peter J. Rogers, Vice Mayor Art Bennett Ed Graham Cynthia Moran *Meets 2nd & 4th Tuesdays Parks & Recreation Commission Patrick Hamamoto, Chair Bill Taylor, Vice Chair Greg Higgins Al Jackson R.

Joe Schaffer Andrew Cruz, Ex-officio Member Sarah Bengali, Student Member *Meets 3rd Wednesday Planning Commission Adam Eliason, Chair Stephen Romero, Vice Chair Jerry Blun Michael W. Stover Sheran Voigt *Meets 1st & 3rd Tuesdays Public Works Commission Bob Goodwin, Chair Bill McDonnell, Vice Chair Vincent Jones Mike Kleczko Larry Rovira *Meets 1st Wednesday City Staff Konradt Bartlam, City Manager Mark D. Hensley, City Attorney Cheryl Balz, MMC, City Clerk Ben Montgomery, Assistant City Manager Joann Lombardo, Community Development Director Nadeem Majaj, P.E., Public Works Director Jonathan Marshall, Community Services Director Christa Buhagiar, Finance Director Captain Darren Goodman, Police Chief *All public meetings are held at 7:00 p.m.

in the Council Chambers, 14000 City Center Drive, Chino Hills, unless otherwise noted. Notices of public meetings and their agendas are posted near the front entrance of City Hall, and are available online at www.chinohills.org/Agendas.

4-15 City News 16-20 Special Events 21-24 Children's Activities 25-30 Teen & Youth Activities 31-34 Adult Activities 35-36 Active Adults 50+ 37-39 Parks & Facilities Guide Contents IMPORTANT NUmBERS Aug - Dec 2017

City of Chino Hills Presents The 19th Annual

3 How to Register for Community Services Programs The Community Services Department encourages advance registration for all programs since the majority of classes require pre-registration. Registration will not be accepted at class sites. If a class specifies "material fee due to instructor," please do not include that fee with your payment. The material fee is due to the instructor on the first day of class.

Program times and dates are subject to change. A $5 per contract class fee will apply to all non-residents.

Where to Register Special Needs Accommodations The Community Services Department offers a wide variety of programs, classes, and activities that are described within this Recreation Guide & City News. If you or a family member have special needs, and an interest in any of the classes or programs we offer, please call the Recreation Office at (909) 364-2700. Staff is happy to discuss accommodations that can be made to help you, or your family member, feel comfortable participating. Persons with mobility, sensory, cognitive limitations, or other concerns should not hesitate to contact our staff.

Cancellation Policy Refunds must be requested in person and submit a Cancellation/Transfer Form. All refund requests are subject to administrative approval by the Community Services Department. Please allow up to 6 weeks for refunds to be processed. Payments made via credit card will be refunded back to the credit card. Payments made via cash or check will be refunded by check. A $4.00 per class, per participant, processing fee will be deducted from all cancellation requests, even if the refund remains as a household credit. Refunds may be retained as household credits to be used towards registration in future Community Services programs.

Credits of $15 or less will need to be used within one year. Credits of $16 - $99 are valid for three years. Household credits will not be issued over $100. The Community Services Department reserves the right to cancel any activity or program due to low enrollment. If the Department cancels a program, all fees will be refunded. A $25 fee will be charged for returned checks.

Adult Soccer Requests for refunds will ONLY be honored if they are made immediately after the third league played game. Aquatics All refund requests MUST be submitted to the Chino Hills Community Center at least 10 business days prior to the week you are cancelling. Refunds, less the $4.00 processing fee, will ONLY be granted if your spot can be filled with someone on the waitlist. Classes For classes with one or two meetings, requests for refunds will ONLY be honored if they are made at least one (1) day prior to the start of classes. For classes that consist of three or more meetings, the request for refunds must be submitted before the second class meeting.

Day Camp All refund requests MUST be submitted to the City Hall Recreation Office at least 10 business days prior to the week you are cancelling. Refunds, less the $4.00 processing fee, will ONLY be granted if your spot can be filled with someone on the waitlist. www.chinohills.org/RecOnline You Will Need: - Household Email - Password - MasterCard or Visa *If you need assistance setting up an account, contact the Recreation Office at (909) 364-2700. Walk-In 1. Chino Hills Community Center 14250 Peyton Drive 2. City Hall Recreation (1st Floor) 14000 City Center Drive * During Business Hours 14000 City Center Drive Chino Hills, CA 91709 (909) 364-2600 Fax: (909) 364-2695 www.chinohills.org 7:30 a.m.

- 5:30 p.m. M-Th 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. F Water, Recreation, Building & Safety, Code Enforcement, Community Services, and Engineering Counters 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. M-Th 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. F Passport Hours 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. M/W/Th 7:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Tu 7:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. F City Facility* & Library Closures Labor Day September 4 Columbus Day October 9 (Library Only) Veterans Day November 10 & 11 Thanksgiving Day November 23 & 24 Residential trash collection will be delayed one day after the holidays listed. City staff is available "on-call" to respond to emergencies on holidays and weekdays by calling (909) 364-2860.

*Includes: City Hall, City Yard, and all Community Buildings. City hall Hours City Facility* & LIBRary Closures PHOTO CONTEST ART SHOW ARTIST RECEPTION Please join the City of Chino Hills along with the Art Committee of the Chino Hills Community Foundation, known as chARTS for the opening exhibit and artist reception. Thursday, October 19 6:30-8:00 p.m. Chino Hills Community Center Lobby 14250 Peyton Drive along with the Art Committee of the Chino Hills Community Foundation, known as chARTS for the opening exhibit and artist reception. Thursday, October 19 Chino Hills Community

City of Chino Hills Presents The 19th Annual

4 (909) 364-2600 CITY NEWS Chino Hills Day September 22nd Join your friends and neighbors at Chino Hills Day at the Fair on Friday, September 22nd.

Chino Hills residents may purchase discounted $8 admission tickets (good only on September 22nd) online at www.LACountyFair.com/buytickets. Enter the quantity of tickets and use promo code “chinohills22.” Discount coupons will be included with City utility bills in August/September and are also available at City Hall, 14000 City Center Drive. Present the coupon at the admission gate to receive the discount. The Chino Hills Community Heroes and winners of the “25 Years of Storytelling” Photo Contest will be recognized at the Fair. Enjoy the Community Parade that winds its way around the Fairgrounds starting at 5:00 p.m.

Many local groups will be marching. Students from Chino Hills elementary, junior high, and high schools will visit the Los Angeles County Fair on Chino Hills Day at the Fair. Help support these field trips with a donation to the Yellow Bus Program, which helps pay for transportation. Make your donation online at www.chinohills.org/Fair. Blood Drive October 12th The City of Chino Hills has scheduled blood drives on Thursday, October 12th and Tuesday, December 19th from 1:00 to 6:00 p.m. at the Government Center parking lot, located at 14077 Peyton Drive. Volunteer blood donors must be at least 15 years old, weigh 110 pounds, and be in general good health.

All minors, age 15 and older, must provide a completed parental consent form, available at www.lstream.org. Blood donors should drink plenty of decaffeinated liquids prior to donating blood and must present valid photo identification. Medical personnel will check your temperature, blood pressure, pulse, and iron level. If you meet eligibility requirements, about one pint of blood will be collected. Please consider donating blood! Blood donations are used every day for surgery patients, cancer patients, accident victims, bone marrow recipients, burn patients, and organ transplant recipients, just to name a few of the beneficiaries.

Call (800) 879-4484 to reserve a time. Walk-ins are welcome. Free Mulch Giveaway October 7th The City of Chino Hills and Republic Services have scheduled a free Mulch Giveaway for Chino Hills residents on Saturday, October 7th from 7:00 a.m. until supplies run out. Place mulch around trees and planting beds to retain moisture. Bring your own shovel and container (no Republic Services containers allowed) to Veterans Park, located at the intersection of Chino Hills Parkway and Eucalyptus Avenue. Loading directly into a vehicle, trailer, hitch box, etc. will not be permitted. Due to the popularity of the program, each participant is limited to 60 gallons of mulch.

For more information, please call (909) 364-2800.

Help our water resources last! Keep doing your part to conserve water.

City of Chino Hills Presents The 19th Annual

5 chinohills.org “Drop, Cover, and Hold On” 10:19 a.m. on October 19th After an earthquake, have you ever thought, “Boy, was I was lucky this time?” Don’t leave it to luck! Get the facts on how to protect yourself during the shaking. Major earthquakes may happen anywhere you work, live, or travel in California. The Great California ShakeOut is your chance to practice how to protect yourself, and serves as a reminder to everyone to take steps to get prepared. Join millions of Californians and “Drop, Cover, and Hold On” during the Great California Shakeout at 10:19 a.m.

on Thursday, October 19th. Whenever you feel shaking, always Drop, Cover, and Hold On. Take cover under a sturdy desk or table, hold on to the desk or table leg so that the desk or table stays on top of you, and keep your head down until the shaking stops. If you don’t have a sturdy desk or table nearby, follow these steps: DROP where you are, onto your hands and knees. This position protects you from being knocked down. Stay low to crawl to shelter if it is nearby. COVER your head and neck with both arms and hands. HOLD ON until shaking stops. Be prepared for aftershocks. Register at www.ShakeOut.org/register to practice earthquake safety and join a community of millions who are improving their level of preparedness too.

Invites You to Attend Our Free Fun for the Entire Family! Fire and Life Safety Information Fire Apparatus & Equipment Display Live Firefighter Demonstrations Fire Station Tours Free Giveaways for Children Community Partners Saturday, October 14, 2017 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. FIRE STATION 61/TRAINING CENTER 5092 Schaefer Avenue, Chino Emergency Preparedness Workshop September 21st Being prepared for disasters and emergencies can seem like a big job. Many people don't know where to start, so they never start at all. Take a step towards getting yourself, your family, and your neighborhood prepared by attending the annual Emergency Preparedness Workshop at 7:00 p.m.

on Thursday, September 21st at the Chino Hills Community Center, 14250 Peyton Drive.

This FREE workshop will provide information, ideas, tips, and demonstrations on how to prepare for a disaster or emergency. Learn more from representatives of the American Red Cross, Chino Valley Fire District, Inland Valley Humane Society, City staff, and others at the workshop. For more information, please call (909) 364-2713.

City of Chino Hills Presents The 19th Annual

(909) 364-2600 6 CITY NEWS (909) 364-2600 New Chino Hills App Provides Smart Phone Access to Info! The City of Chino Hills is proud to announce the launch of a customized App for Chino Hills residents and visitors. The official City of Chino Hills App is available for free in the Apple App Store and the Google Play Marketplace for Android.

Residents and visitors can stay connected with the community through their smart phone with just a few taps of the screen. Trails & Parks City staff completed a major project to compile useful information for trail and park users in the City as part of the Healthy Hills Program which promotes healthy lifestyles for residents. This information can help everyone get out on the 47 miles of trails in Chino Hills! Click on any trail and check difficulty, time estimates for beginning hikers, distance, and even elevation gain. A chart shows the elevation of the entire trail so hikers can decide if they are ready to tackle a hike with multiple climbs in elevation.

Trail photos, trailhead locations, access points, parking availability, and connections to other trails are noted and shown on a map. With GPS enabled on the smartphone, users can track their progress on the trail. For people without a smartphone, trails information is also available on the City website at www.chinohills.org/Trails.

Adopt-A-Pet The City of Chino Hills has been working since 2013 to significantly reduce the euthanasia of adoptable dogs from Chino Hills. Providing easy access to information about dogs and cats that are currently available at the Inland Valley Humane Society is an important part of that effort. The App provides direct links to photos of adoptable dogs and cats at the IVHS.

City of Chino Hills Presents The 19th Annual

7 chinohills.org Menu Government City Council City Hall Commissions Departments Area Elected Officials About Us Demographics History Local Attractions City Events City Programs Adopt-a-Pet Link to Inland Valley Humane Society & S.P.C.A.

Select Dog/Cat & Male/Female Photos of Animals Available for Adoption Trails Trailhead Locations Parking Photos Trail Difficulty Time Estimates Trail Distance & Elevation Connections to Other Trails Track Your Location on the Trail Recreation Parks & Their Amenities Facilities & Rentals Register for Classes Local Attractions News Current Events Report an Issue Use GPS to Pinpoint Location Service Requests Street Light Outage Graffiti Water Waste Help Center Links to Most-Used Pages on Website

City of Chino Hills Presents The 19th Annual

8 (909) 364-2600 CITY NEWS Design-a-Sign Water Conservation Poster Contest Winners Honored The City of Chino Hills 17th Annual Water Conservation Design-a-Sign Contest had an impressive total of 880 entries this year. Chino Hills students from kindergarten to 12th grade designed water conservation signs to promote water awareness and the importance of water. This year’s theme was, “Do Your Part, Be Water Smart.” Six classrooms had 100% participation in the Poster Contest! These classroom teachers had a chance to win a $100 gift card to Staples. Mr. Robleto, Ayala High School art teacher won the raffle.

Grand Prize Winners! • Asha Goel, kindergarten, Butterfield Ranch Elementary, won a Kindle Fire for Kids • Jayden Aleman, third grade, Oak Ridge Elementary, won a Kindle Fire HD • Lauren Lee, six grade, Wickman Elementary, won a Lexibook 7” Laptab Android Computer • Brianna Falt, a senior from Ayala High School won an Acer Inspire 15.6” laptop Winners from each grade received a $20 Harkins gift card. All winners received a water conservation gift bag filled with goodies. Winning posters were showcased in the City Hall lobby and have been converted into street signs displayed at different locations around the City.

Kindergarten Category 1st Place Kindergarten Asha Goel Butterfield Ranch Elementary 2nd Place Kindergarten Rohan Sanjeev Evergreen Elementary School 3rd Place Kindergarten Isabella Lin Oak Ridge Elementary School Grades 1-3 Category 1st Place 3rd Grade Jayden Aleman Oak Ridge Elementary School 2nd Place 1st Grade Lisa Nakaya Wickman Elementary School 3rd Place 3rd Grade Ryan Lin Oak Ridge Elementary School Grades 4-6 Category 1st Place 6th Grade Lauren Lee Wickman Elementary School 2nd Place 6th Grade Kira Wongtosarat Rolling Ridge Elementary School 3rd Place 6th Grade Daniel Mejia Country Springs Elementary School Grades 7-12 Category 1st Place 12th Grade Brianna Falt Ayala High School 2nd Place 10th Grade Bethany Nguyen Ayala High School 3rd Place 10th Grade Sungshin (Joyce) Lee Ayala High School Design-A-Sign Winners, first row, left to right: Kira Wongtosarat, Ryan Lin, Lisa Nakaya, Jayden Aleman, Isabella Lin, Rohan Sanjeeve, and Asha Goel.

Back row, left to right: Lauren Lee, Daniel Mejia, Sungshin (Joyce) Lee, Bethany Nguyen, and Brianna Falt.

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9 chinohills.org Share Your Thoughts on Parks and Recreational Needs The City’s Parks and Recreation Commission has scheduled two community workshops, from 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, August 16th and Wednesday, September 20th to provide residents with an opportunity to share their ideas about recreational needs in the City. The workshops will be held in the Chino Hills City Council Chambers at City Hall, 14000 City Center Drive. Input gathered will be used as part of the effort to update the 2007 Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Master Plan, which serves as a guide as the City considers new facilities and amenities to help meet the recreational needs of the community.

The current Master Plan is available to view online at www.chinohills.org/ParksMasterPlan.

Thoughts and ideas may also be submitted via email to the Parks and Recreation Commission Secretary,Emily Ortiz,at eortiz@chinohills.org. The deadline to submit comments is September 22nd. Recreation Registration Offline December 4th – 8th The software system that coordinates all recreation class registration and facility rentals for the Community Services Department will be upgraded during the first week of December. During that time, City staff will be unable to process any class registration, gazebo reservations, or facility reservations, etc. It is anticipated that online and in-person registration will be activate starting on Saturday, December 9th.

For additional information, please call (909) 364-2700. chARTS Presents a Performance by The Derek Bordeaux Group Derek Bordeaux returns to perform in Chino Hills after enjoying an enthusiastic reception at the first-ever Chino Hills Jazz & Blues Festival in April. Bring your blanket, dancing shoes, and lawn chairs to the Chino Hills Community Center, 14250 Peyton Drive, for this free outdoor concert. The fun is on Saturday, September 16th from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. Derek Bordeaux is one of the hottest vocalists in Southern California, and he generates energy and excitement everywhere he performs.

For more than 25 years, Derek has performed in Southern California and Las Vegas, becoming one of the most sought after artists for his sultry renditions of Motown classics, Jazz, R&B and Blues standards.

This free performance is part of the Jazz & Blue’s Artist Series sponsored by chARTS, the Art Committee of the Chino Hills Community Foundation. chARTS is led by local artists and art lovers who work to bring the Arts to Chino Hills. chARTS will be selling refreshments, beer, and wine at the concert.

City of Chino Hills Presents The 19th Annual

10 (909) 364-2600 CITY NEWS Highlighted Volunteer – Tim Apat Ham radio operator Timothy Apat is the Highlighted Volunteer. He is a member of the Chino Hills Auxiliary Radio Team (CHART), a group of volunteer ham radio operators who provide emergency communications for the City of Chino Hills.

His father-in-law Jim Johnson is a longtime CHART volunteer. Tim decided to join him and use his Amateur/Ham Radio communications skills to assist the community. CHART volunteers are Disaster Service Workers for the City and are critically important during emergencies when cell phone service could be lost. Volunteers would report to locations in the City and support emergency responders by relaying important information via ham radios. Their efforts could help save lives and protect property during a disaster or other emergency. These volunteers practice monthly and also provide communications support during community events such as the recent Let It Be 5K Walk / Run in May, and during emergency drills.

Tim is a United States Marine Corps Veteran and a certified rescue diver. He is drawn to volunteer work where he can help people in their time of need. He has witnessed many natural and manmade disasters as a Marine and hopes to prevent and reduce the impact of future incidents in Chino Hills. He lives in Corona and volunteers with the Corona Community Emergency Response Team (CERT), and corporate-sponsored Disaster Relief Efforts & REACT Teams created to respond during catastrophes. Tim and his wife have two sons, Blake and Bradley. He enjoys spending time with his wife, Amanda, and his two boys.

He loves the outdoors and likes to hike, scuba dive, participate in sports, and walk his yellow Labrador retriever, Mako. Having fun with his sons is his favorite hobby.

Fairfield Ranch Road Pavement Improved A pavement rehabilitation project on Fairfield Ranch Road, from Central Avenue to Big League Dreams Chino Hills Sports Park, was slated for completion at the end of July. American Asphalt South was awarded the $160,705 contract. A two-inch thick grind overlay was applied on sections that were in poor condition. Pavement crack seal, slurry seal, and pavement striping was also completed. This project was funded by Community Facilities District #10 which is paid by Fairfield Ranch residents on their annual tax bill.

Fire Danger Extremely High This Season Chino Hills is facing a significant threat this fire season.

It is extremely important that all Chino Hills residents do their part to prevent wildfires. If a fire begins in Carbon Canyon, fire officials will close Carbon Canyon Road very quickly and bring in firefighting equipment. If there is a wildfire, expect to be inconvenienced. Be aware of conditions in your area. Please do not wait to be ordered to evacuate if you see that conditions are dangerous. Shelter locations for people and animals, and evacuation routes, are designated depending upon conditions. Subscribe to receive emergency information via text or email at www.chinohills.org/ENotify and select “Emergency” and “Major Road Closure” categories in the Alert Center.

E-Notify subscribers receive efficient updates during an emergency or major road closure. Add the Emergency / Road Closure Hotline number (909) 364-2828 to your contacts as another source of official information.

11 chinohills.org/RecOnline City of Chino Hills Presents The 19th Annual Poster * Size of poster 9"x 12" * Use hand-applied mediums (pens, crayons, paints, pencils) “The hero in my family is...” Categories Essay * One-page, typed, double-spaced OR Poster * Size of poster 9"x 12" * Use hand-applied mediums (pens, crayons, paints, pencils) * 8”X 10”photo (portrait or landscape format) * The photo must be YOURS... taken by you Please include one sentence explaining your photo entry. 1. Entries for each grade category must comply with the type of entry indicated. Failure to comply with the rules will disqualify the contest entry.

Only one entry per participant. 2. Participants must be residents and/or attend schools in Chino Hills to be eligible for prizes. 3. Judges will be looking for the posters, essays and photos in each category that best express the theme“The Hero in My Family is...” 4. Entries are due by Friday, October 6, 2017. Please turn entries in at your school office by the close of the school day or at Chino Hills City Hall, Recreation Department, by 4:00 p.m., at 14000 City Center Drive, Chino Hills, CA 91709.

5. Contest winners will be acknowledged and prizes awarded at the City Council meeting on Tuesday, November 14, 2017. Winning entries will be displayed at City Hall during National Family Week, November 19-25, 2017. 6. All submissions become the property of the City of Chino Hills, and the submission may or may not be returned. For more information, call (909) 364-2700 or (909) 364-2730. The entry form is available online at www.chinohills.org/CelebrateTheFamily. RULES

12 (909) 364-2600 CITY NEWS District-Based City Council Elections District-based City Council elections have been under discussion since January of 2017.

The City’s consultant developed four draft maps, and residents submitted five additional maps. A series of community meetings and Public Hearings were held to provide opportunities to review and comment on draft District maps. On June 13th, the City Council selected the Austin map and scheduled a Public Hearing on June 27th, and July 11th for final approval of the Ordinance designating the district boundaries (results not final by newsletter press time). The City will be divided into five voting districts. Voters of the district would vote to select a fellow resident, who lives in the district, to represent them on the City Council.

Why: In August of 2016, the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF) demanded that the City convert to a district-based election system. MALDEF alleges that the current “at large” system (voters vote for all five City Council seats) may have prevented Latino voters from electing candidates of their choice. A number of cities in California have faced a California Voting Rights Act (CVRA) lawsuit and none of them have successfully defended a CVRA lawsuit to mandate district-based elections. Cities are also required to pay the plaintiff ’s costs if their claim is deemed valid.

Because there are significant costs to defend against these lawsuits, the vast majority of cities have voted to voluntarily transition to district-based elections. How: Draft District Maps were drawn to: • Balance the Population (Approximately 15,000 residents per District) • Include Communities of Interest • Be Compact and Contiguous • Have Visible Boundaries • Use Whole Census Blocks • Respect Voters’Wishes / Avoid Pairing Current Council Members in One District What Next: District-Based Elections The elective terms for three current City Council seats end in November of 2018. Pending final approval of the Austin Map on July 11th, elections would be scheduled in District 1 (R.

Marquez), District 2 (P. Rogers), and District 4 (not represented by a current City Council Member). Three separate elections will be held and voters may only vote for one candidate within their District. Voters may not vote for candidates in the other Districts. To view the District map, visit www. chinohills.org/DistrictElections.

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13 chinohills.org CITY NEWS Getting 2 Zero Program Exceeds Goal! Thanks to the efforts of the City of Chino Hills Animal Care and Control ad hoc committee and its animal care partners, including the Inland Valley Humane Society & S.P.C.A.

(IVHS), the non-profit Priceless Pet Rescue, and community animal welfare stakeholders, the community achieved a 98% live release of adoptable Chino Hills dogs from the IVHS shelter during 2016. The goal set for 2016 was a 90% live release of adoptable Chino Hills dogs. By way of comparison, the live release rate for adoptable Chino Hills dogs from IVHS in 2013 was 67.3%. Dog adoptions in 2013 totaled 64 and in 2016 they climbed 120% to 141 even though the number of dogs in the shelter was down 23%. The efforts of Chino Hills resident, Laura Montague, and her team, to check lost dogs for microchips and reunite them with their owners before they enter the shelter have contributed significantly to the reduction in the number of dogs entering the shelter.

The City’s efforts to improve the City’s Animal Care and Control program started in July 2013, when the Chino Hills City Council appointed two of its members to serve on an Animal Care and Control ad hoc Committee to explore various issues. The ad hoc Committee, met with animal welfare stakeholders from the community including Bill Harford and James Edward from IVHS, Lisa Price from Priceless Pet Rescue, Lynette Brown from No Kill Chino Hills, resident Laura Montague, City Manager Rad Bartlam, and Assistant City Manager Ben Montgomery. This group worked together to develop the components of the proposed Getting 2 Zero program which the City Council approved in 2014.

This program has become a model for other Humane Societies throughout the Nation. Highlights of the Program: • City ordinances restrict retail sales of dogs and cats • Dogs must be microchipped to improve chances of lost dogs being reunited with their owners (the City has issued 1,707 microchip rebates since the program was launched - visit www.chinohills.org/MicrochipRebate) • A subsidy, funded by dog license fees, allows Chino Hills residents to adopt Chino Hills dogs at the IVHS shelter at no cost • The IVHS Adoption Partner program provides animals to qualified rescue groups • Priceless Pet Rescue provides community outreach, low cost vaccination, and spay/neuter clinics for Chino Hills pets, and helped to place 87 Chino Hills dogs with new families in 2016 • IVHS provides low cost vaccination and spay/neuter clinics for Chino Hills pets

14 (909) 364-2600 CITY NEWS West Nile Virus Found in Chino Hills... Protect Against Mosquito Bites West Nile encephalitis can be life threatening. Individuals who are at risk for developing a serious illness are those with a comprised immune systems and individuals over the age of 50. For more information regarding West Nile virus activity in Chino Hills, please contact the West Valley Vector and Mosquito Control District at (909) 635-0307. Visit their website at www.wvmvcd.org for additional information. Prevention of Mosquito Bites: • Get rid of standing water outdoors • Avoid going out around dusk and dawn • Wear protective clothing (e.g.

long sleeves, long pants) when in areas where mosquito activity is high • Use insect repellents on the skin • Treat clothing and outdoor gear with insecticide or insect repellents • Ensure that window screens are secure and in good condition Treatment of Mosquito Bites: • Do not scratch the bitten area • Clean the bite area with plain water, rubbing alcohol, or alcohol wipes • Apply an ice pack or ice cubes to the bites • Apply anti-itch or itch-soothing creams Empty. Clean. Dry.

The New Way to Recycle Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. Anyone growing up in the 1970s, 80s’ or 90s learned the three Rs of recycling in school. We were taught to recycle everything we could. We added recycling bins to our homes, our offices, and classrooms and recycling became part of our culture. In the 40 years since recycling was introduced, Americans recycle nearly 87 million tons per year. That means that each of us recycles approximately 1.5 pounds per day! However, the recycling model is changing, and we need to change our recycling habits. The New Model of Recycling Imagine you are preparing to put your recycling and waste by the curb.

You had a birthday this weekend, so there are several empty soda cans, a number of tattered paper decorations; multiple birthday card envelopes and half-used bottles of ketchup, mustard, and mayonnaise in your recycling container. After your recycling is picked up and compacted, the condiment bottles are crushed and burst open, spilling product on everything around them. In addition to attracting bugs and bacteria, this incident contaminates many of the highly-valuable paper products nearby, making those items unrecoverable. This scenario happens daily across the country, sending tons of items that could have been recycled, to the landfill instead.

But by practicing Empty. Clean. Dry. in our homes, we can ensure that recyclable items that leave our homes do end up being recycled.

• Empty. Empty the product • Clean. Rinse the container • Dry. Shake out excess water or let the product dry before placing it in the container Ceramics cannot be recycled with glass and can actually ruin an entire batch of recyclables It takes 92,000 plastic water bottles to equal 1 ton of recycling 1 ton of recycled paper is worth $60 Did You Know?

15 chinohills.org Trash Rate Hike Effective July 1 The monthly charge for standard residential trash service (trash, green waste, recyclables) will increase 1.6% from $19.84 to $20.16 on July 1st. The protest ballot process completed at the May 9th City Council Public Hearing resulted in a five-year trash rate plan that could increase rates on July 1 over the next five years.

Any increase is tied to an increase (if any) in the Producer Price Index (PPI) for finished goods, and the Consumer Price Index (CPI) for the Los Angeles area. The City’s contract with Republic Services allows an increase in the “service” component (the cost to pick up trash weekly) if the PPI increases; and if the CPI increases, the “disposal” component (landfill costs) could increase.

What is The “Protest Ballot” Process? In 1996 voters approved Proposition 218, “The Right to Vote on Taxes.” Read on for more background: • The “protest ballot” process was drafted by the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association, a sponsor of the Prop 218 ballot initiative • The protest ballot process is in the State Constitution and was set by law • The law does not require the mailing of a protest ballot, however the City does mail a protest ballot to property owners and renters who receive a utility bill • To vote no, the protest ballot must be filled out correctly and returned to the City • Both the property owner, and the renter may vote – if both return a “no” vote, only one counts • A successful protest vote requires 50%, plus one, of the total number of properties for which ballots were mailed What Would Happen if There Were a Majority Protest of Trash Rates?

If a majority, 50% plus one, of the ratepayers had returned a protest ballot (NO vote), the City would have been unable to pass the increase to those receiving trash services, and would be required to pay the increase from the General Fund or modify the service levels. City services such as water rates, trash rates, permits, etc. are required, by law, to reflect the cost of providing the service. Historically, those costs are paid by the person or property receiving the service. Protest Ballot Results Protest ballots were mailed to 28,742 addresses which reflect 22,031 unique parcels. A successful protest vote would require 11,016 returned “NO” votes.

• 4,720 returned ballots • 370 ballots incorrectly completed • 4,350 protest (NO) votes scanned • 4,058 valid protest (NO) votes (duplicate votes deleted)

16 (909) 364-2700 The Chino Hills Community Foundation would like to thank the sponsors and participants of the Inaugural Jazz & Blues Festival. Together, we raised over $31,000. Vijaya & KV Kumar Citizens Business Bank – Citizens Trust SoCalGas • S.B. County Supervisor Curt Hagman The Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation Capps Family • Century 21 Beachside – Iris Tonti • Chick-Fil-A Cold Star Ice • Costco • Graphic Details Glenn Duncan, Chino City Council • KB Home Lewis Operating Co. • Los Serranos Country Club • Papachino’s

17 chinohills.org/RecOnline 17 chinohills.org/RecOnline HINO HILLS INE WALK WINE WALK 7th Annual Chino Hills WINE WALK Thank You to Our Early Bird Sponsors and Participants OCTOBER 14, 2017 THE SHOPPES AT CHINO HILLS 4:00-7:00 P.M.

Purchase Tickets! ChinoHillsWineWalk.com Premier Sponsors Andy Wang Vineyard Sponsors Holliday Rock Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center & Pomona Valley Health Centers Republic Services The Shoppes at Chino Hills Young's Market Company Cellar Sponsors Merry Rogers S.B. County Supervisor Curt Hagman Aimee & Dustin Davis Wine Sponsors Aartisan Grapes Chateau Ste. Michelle Eberle Winery Graveyard Vineyards Rassmusen Winery Rick and Janelle Shiba Total Wine & More - Brea Wine Pouring Host Site Active Ride Shop Chino Hills Verizon Wireless Club Pilates Chino Hills Daniels Jewelers Dripp Facelogic Spa Francesca’s Collections Massage Heights - Chino Hills PF Chang's Vicara Aveda Salon V's Barbershop Wine Walk Pass $45 - Includes: Wine Glass & 12 Tasting Tickets $55 at the Door (if available) VIP Package $100 - Includes Wine Walk Ticket & Encork After Party and Auction Participants as of June 2017 This Year Featuring A New Beer Garden!

18 (909) 364-2700 Adopt-A- Family The City of Chino Hills established an “Adopt-A-Family” program in 2005 to assist families with financial hardship or circumstances that may prevent them from providing food, clothing, and presents for their families during the holiday season. Families qualify for the program through an application and interview process. Residents, local families, and community groups are asked to ”adopt” one or more of these families to provide them with the items they need so they may have a happy holiday season. Families In Need: How to Apply: Each family must make an appointment to complete their application and submit required paperwork.

The meetings are confidential. Families will be notified by mail of the status of their application. Applications: Applications are available at the Government Center or by visiting our website www.chinohills.org/adoptafamily. Completed applications must be submitted at the Government Center, 14000 City Center Drive. Deadline to submit an application is Friday, October 27, 2017.

If you have any questions, please call the Community Services Coordinator at (909) 364-2730. For assistance in Spanish, please call (909) 364-2737. Required Paperwork 1. 2016 Tax Form Schedule EIC or birth certificate to identify dependents in your home. 2. Proof of income consisting of two recent paycheck stubs, W-2 form, or disability/ unemployment paperwork. If you are self-employed a copy of your taxes and 1099 forms are required. 3. CALWORKS benefit form. 4. Proof you are a resident of Chino Hills (ID, utility bill). 5. Gift ideas for children in the family: jackets and other articles of clothing, socks, shoes, books and educational toys.

Please Note: Applicants must be current Chino Hills residents and provide requested information as outlined. Families who have been selected two years consecutively may not be placed in top priority. How to Adopt-A-Family Complete a donation form and submit it by November 15, 2017. In Person: 14000 City Center Dr. Chino Hills, CA 91709 Online: www.chinohills.org/adoptafamily Select a small, medium, or large family. You will receive the family’s Christmas wish list no later than November 22, after all interviews have been conducted. If you have additional questions, call the Community Services Coordinator at (909) 364-2730.

Yes! I would like to Adopt-A-Family Name: Address: Daytime Phone: E-mail: Family Size: Evening Phone: Fax: Company Name: Small (2-4) Medium (5-7) Large (8 & up) Gift Card You can also sign up to Adopt-A-Family at www.chinohills.org/adoptafamily.

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20 (909) 364-2700 # C h i n o H i l l s 2 5 PHOTO CONTEST Chino Hills PHOTO CONTEST C E L E B R A T I N G 2 5 Y E A R S O F S T O R Y T E L L I N G Congratulations to the 2017 Photo Contest Winners! PHOTO CONTEST ART SHOW ARTIST RECEPTION Please join the City of Chino Hills along with the Art Committee of the Chino Hills Community Foundation, known as chARTS for the opening exhibit and artist reception. Thursday, October 19 6:30-8:00 p.m. Chino Hills Community Center Lobby 14250 Peyton Drive Winners will be announced at the Chino Hills Day at the Fair on September 22.

Winning displays will be on exhibit at the Chino Hills Community Center from October 19-December 31.

chARTS is led by local artists and art lovers who represent a wide range of expertise in fine arts, graphic design, music, creative writing, theatre, and more. A rotating display of local artwork will be featured as the exhibit is refreshed during the year. The Chino Hills Community Foundation was created in 2008 to promote and support the cultural, educational, and recreational needs in the City. PHOTO CONTEST ART SHOW ARTIST RECEPTION Please join the City of Chino Hills along with the Art Committee of the Chino Hills Community Foundation, known as chARTS for the opening exhibit and artist reception.

Thursday, October 19 6:30-8:00 p.m. Chino Hills Community Center Lobby 14250 Peyton Drive Winners will be announced at the Chino Hills Day at the Fair on September 22. Winning displays will be on exhibit at the Chino Hills Community Center from October 19-December 31. chARTS is led by local artists and art lovers who represent a wide range of expertise in fine arts, graphic design, music, creative writing, theatre, and more. A rotating display of local artwork will be featured as the exhibit is refreshed during the year. The Chino Hills Community Foundation was created in 2008 to promote and support the cultural, educational, and recreational needs in the City.

recreational needs in the City.

CHILDREN 21 chinohills.org/RecOnline ENRICHMENT HELLO MUSIC Children will learn by experiencing rhythm and keyboard activities, ear training, movement, percussion instrument activities, and note reading along with solfege singing, all while having fun! A $15 material fee is due on the first day of class. No class on 9/4. Instructor: Music-N-Smart Staff Location: Music-N-Smart 3991 Grand Ave. Suite C, Chino Ages: 3 to 4 Fee: $79/5 weeks Day: M 4:30-5:15pm Class Code: 210601-01 8/21-9/25 Class Code: 210601-02 10/2-10/30 Ages: 3 to 4 Fee: $79/5 weeks Day: Tu 10:00-10:45am Class Code: 210602-01 8/22-9/19 Class Code: 210602-02 10/3-10/31 MUSIC TIME This course is carefully constructed for children to learn the basics of music, emphasizing ear training, solfege singing, note reading, music appreciation, and solo and ensemble keyboard, as well as rhythm activities.

There is a mini recital at the end of the five weeks, enjoy and grow with Music Time! No class on 9/4.

Instructor: Music-N-Smart Staff Location: Music-N-Smart 3991 Grand Ave. Suite C, Chino Ages: 5 to 6 Fee: $79/5 weeks Day: M 5:15-6:00pm Class Code: 210603-01 8/21-9/25 Class Code: 210603-02 10/2-10/30 Ages: 5 to 6 Fee: $79/5 weeks Day: Th 4:15-5:00pm Class Code: 210604-01 8/24-9/21 Class Code: 210604-02 10/5-11/2 BABIES LOVE MUSIC Musical bonding time for you and your baby! (4-14 months old, not yet walking) Learn songs and active chants; explore rhythm with shakers and drums. Your baby gains motor skills, cognitive development-and fun with you! Class content changes each session. Please bring a baby blanket.

Adult participation is required.

Instructor: Karen Greeno Location: Mystic Canyon Bldg. 6424 Mystic Canyon Drive Ages: 4 mo to 14 mo Fee: $69/5 weeks Day: W 3:45-4:15pm Class Code: 210632-01 9/13-10/11 TODDLERS LOVE MUSIC A good class for first-timers! Sing, dance and play rhythm instruments with your 1-2 year old Toddler! Explore making music with drums and pentatonic xylophones and glockenspiels. Your child gains tonal memory, motor skills, cognitive development- and fun with you in this shortened version of Kids Love Music class. Adult participation is required. Instructor: Karen Greeno Location: Mystic Canyon Bldg. 6424 Mystic Canyon Drive Ages: 1 to 2 Fee: $69/5 weeks Day: W 4:30-5:00pm Class Code: 210633-01 9/13-10/11 KIDS LOVE MUSIC Come sing, dance and play with your 1-4 year old.

Spark your child’s imagination with animal puppets and rhythm instruments. Explore making music with xylophones, glockenspiels and drums! Your child will gain tonal memory, motor skills, cognitive development- and fun with you! Class content changes each session. Some materials are available for purchase. Adult participation is required. Third sibling is free.

Instructor: Karen Greeno Location: Mystic Canyon Bldg. 6424 Mystic Canyon Drive Ages: 1 to 4 Fee: $69/5 weeks Day: W 5:15-6:00pm Class Code: 215334-01 9/13-10/11 GUITAR FOR YOUNG BEGINNERS A carefully graded learning method to introduce the younger student to the basics of guitar playing and reading music. Instructor requires a parent or guardian to sit with the student during each class. A $20 material fee is due on the first day of class. All participants are required to bring their own instrument to each class.

Instructor: Patrick Montoya Location: Learn Guitare 3873 Schaeffer Ave., Chino Day: W 4:45-5:30pm Ages: 6 to 8 Fee: $119/8 weeks Class Code: 220642-01 8/16-10/4 Ages: 6 to 8 Fee: $134/9 weeks Class Code: 220642-02 10/11-12/6 TINY TOTS Children are introduced to valuable developmental and socialization skills.

Children participate in a variety of creative activities including games, craft projects, story time, and supervised free time. Children must be potty trained; no training pants allowed. Please bring a snack to class each day. No classes 11/23,11/24. REGISTRATION INFORMATION: Parent/Guardian may only register their own child(ren).

Open Registration (if space permits) Date: Monday, October 2 Location: City Hall Recreation Office ONLY 14000 City Center Drive Registration Time: 7:30 a.m. Bring: Child’s birth certificate FALL 2 Level 1: Age 3 by October 17, 2017 Level 2: Age 4 by September 1, 2017 & eligible to enter Kindergarten in Fall 2018 *For students beginning Transitional Kindergarten in Fall 2018, they may Register for Level 2 ONLY if they turn 4 between September 2 and December 2, 2017. Ages: 3-4 yrs Fee: 1: $90/6 weeks 2: $100/6 weeks MYSTIC CANYON COMMUNITY BUILDING Instructors: Laurie Wager & Recreation Staff Location: 6424 Mystic Canyon Drive Level 1 Day: T/Th 9:00-11:00am Class Code: 210201-02 10/17-11/21 Day: T/Th 11:30am-1:30pm Class Code: 210202-02 10/17-11/21 Level 2 Day: M/W/F 9:00-11:00am Class Code: 210203-02 10/16-11/22 Day: M/W/F 11:30am-1:30pm Class Code: 210204-02 10/17-11/22

CHILDREN 22 (909) 364-2700 SPEECH & DEBATE Our debate class at JL Academy is an exciting, fun, and interactive way students can gain confidence and proficiency in tools needed for academic, social and team success. Students enhance their public speaking skills, learn with and from other students, and become empowered to further investigate new and interesting academic topics. The class focuses students’ attention to heightening their public speaking and tone of delivery, the eye contact made with the class, a confident posture speaking in front of others, respect for other’s points of view, and evidence of the arguments made by classmates.

The students learn about issues of importance to our academics and world, while working with others to quickly advance arguments and against certain issues. A $5 material fee is due on the first day of class. Instructor: JL Academy Staff Location: JL Academy 13831 Roswell Ave., Chino Grades: 1–4 Fee: $72/4 weeks Day: W 5:45-6:45pm Class Code: 228604-01 8/23-9/13 Class Code: 228604-02 9/20-10/11 Class Code: 228604-03 10/18-11/8 DANCE & FITNESS KIDS YOGA Watch your child increase strength, flexibility, concentration, and balance in this fun and very active kid’s yoga class. Great for all children and is a twonderful way to improve behavior.

Kids learn the basic yoga poses with fun games and interactive activities in addition to how to deal with stress, frustration and anger through breathing and calmness. Instructor: Addicted to Yoga Staff Location: Addicted To Yoga 13751 Roswell Suite E, Chino Ages: 3 to 9 Fee: $65/4 weeks Day: W 4:30-5:30pm Class Code: 210935-01 8/23-9/13 Class Code: 210935-02 9/20-10/11 Class Code: 210935-03 10/18-11/8 LITTLE CHAMPS Specially designed for toddlers, this class concentrates on developing strength and motor coordination through martial arts, gymnastics and yoga. It’s a fun and exciting class that will teach little ones to focus and follow directions, while enhancing their social skills.

T-Shirts are required and may be purchased at Combined Martial Science for a one-time fee of $20.

Instructor: Tony Allen Location: Combined Martial Science 13611 12th Street #A, Chino Ages: 3 to 5 Fee: $100/8 weeks Day: W 3:00-4:00pm Class Code: 210936-01 9/6-10/25 Class Code: 210936-02 11/1-12/20 POMPOM/BATON TWIRLING Learn to dance and twirl the baton. Have fun and make friends. Shorts, t-shirts, and tennis shoes should be worn. No jeans, please! Batons may be purchased from instructor for $28 New or $15 Used. No class on 9/4 & 11/20. Instructor: Shari Taylor Location: Grand Ave Park 1301 Grand Avenue Day: M 5:15-6:00pm Ages: 4 to 6 Fee: $60/8 weeks Class Code: 210952-01 8/14-10/9 Ages: 4 to 6 Fee: $53/7 weeks Class Code: 210952-02 10/16-12/4 TUMBLING This class will teach basic to advanced tumbling skills.

Students will benefit from conditioning exercises and an increase of flexibility. No class on 11/22. Instructor: Wendy Sokol Location: Scats Diamond Elite 14040 Central Avenue, Chino Ages: 6+ Fee: $140/8 weeks Day: W 2:30-3:30pm Class Code: 211021-01 8/16-10/4 Class Code: 211021-02 10/11-12/6 GYMNASTICS Athletes will be taught on all Olympic apparatus, emphasizing physical fitness and fun in our giant playground facility. No class on 11/22.

Instructor: Wendy Sokol Location: Scats Diamond Elite 14040 Central Avenue, Chino Day: W 3:30-4:30pm Ages: 3 to 4 Fee: $140/8 weeks Class Code: 211026-01 8/16-10/4 Class Code: 211026-02 10/11-12/6 Day: W 10:00-11:00am Ages: 5 to 6 Fee: $140/8 weeks Class Code: 211025-01 8/16-10/4 Class Code: 211025-02 10/11-12/6 STORY BOOK BALLET Introduction to Classical Ballet through a magical story. Dancewear and pink leather ballet shoes are required. No class on 11/1 & 11/22. Session 2 is the Fall Show session. There will be a performance on 12/21. A $75 costume fee is due to the instructor on the first week of class.

Instructor: Denean Kaplan Location: Chino Hills Community Center 14250 Peyton Drive Day: W 3:30-4:15pm Ages: 3.5 to 7 Fee: $42/4 weeks Class Code: 224302-01 9/6-9/27 Ages: 3.5 to 7 Fee: $105/10 weeks Class Code: 224302-02 10/4-12/20 NON- RESIDENT FEE A $5 per contract class fee will apply to all non-residents. A $10 non-resident fee will apply to Adult Soccer, Aquatics, and Day Camp, as reflected in the class fee. A non-resident fee may apply to special events.

CHILDREN 23 chinohills.org/RecOnline PARENT & ME DANCE This Optional “Tot Specialty Routine” is ONLY open to All About Dance (214321, 224348, 214301) and Story Book Ballet (224302). Both Parent and Student must be registered to participate in this dance routine for the Fall Show. An additional $75 fee will be required for your child’s costume fee, due on the first or second day of session 2. Register only at the Chino Hills Community Center. Instructor: Denean Kaplan Location: Chino Hills Community Center 14250 Peyton Drive Ages: 3.5+ Fee: Free/3 weeks Day: M 4:00-5:00pm Class Code: 214302-01 11/13-11/27 ALL ABOUT DANCE Professional instructor, Dee Dee Kaplan, has 35+ years of experience in dance, with a background of television, media, and theatre production.

Performing Levels and Intermediate classes are by instructor approval ONLY. *Non-Competitive Class* Ballet, tap, and jazz are taught through the inspiration of music. Development of positive self-esteem and reassurance is emphasized. Pink leather ballet and black tap shoes are required. No class on 10/31, 11/1, 11/11, 11/21, 11/22, & 11/25. Session 2 is the Fall Show session. There will be a performance on 12/21. A $75 costume fee is due to the instructor on the first week of class. Instructor: Denean Kaplan Location: Chino Hills Community Center 14250 Peyton Drive Beginning Day: Tu 3:30pm-4:15pm Ages: 3.5 to 5 Fee: $42/4 weeks Class Code: 214321-01 9/5-9/26 Ages: 3.5 to 5 Fee: $105/10 weeks Class Code: 214321-02 10/3-12/19 Day: Sa 11:00-11:45am Ages: 3.5 to 5 Fee: $42/4 weeks Class Code: 214301-01 9/9-9/30 Ages: 3.5 to 5 Fee: $95/9 weeks Class Code: 214301-02 10/7-12/16 Day: Sa 10:15-11:00am Ages: 6 to 11 Fee: $42/4 weeks Class Code: 224348-01 9/9-9/30 Ages: 6 to 11 Fee: $95/9 weeks Class Code: 224348-02 10/7-12/16 Level 1 Day: W 4:30-5:15pm Ages: 4 to 8 Fee: $42/4 weeks Class Code: 294348-01 9/6-9/27 Ages: 4 to 8 Fee: $105/10 weeks Class Code: 294348-02 10/4-12/20 SPORTS PEE WEE TENNIS This clinic is perfect for Pee Wees.

Students will learn the basics of the: forehand, backhand, volley, and serve in a coordination building, fitness friendly, fun, atmosphere. We believe that tennis will bring each of our students more fun, fitness, and friendships for a lifetime. No class on 11/23.

Instructor: Tennis Anyone Staff Location: Ayala High School 14255 Peyton Drive Day: M,W (Beg) 6:00-6:45pm M,W (Int/Adv) 6:45-7:30pm Sa (All Levels) 8:15-9:00am 1 Day a Week Ages: 3 to 6 Fee: $65/4 weeks Class Code: 211022-01 9/11-10/7 Ages: 3 to 6 Fee: $81/5 weeks Class Code: 211022-02 10/9-11/11 Class Code: 211022-03 11/13-12/16 2 Days a Week Ages: 3 to 6 Fee: $89/4 weeks Class Code: 221002-01 9/11-10/7 Ages: 3 to 6 Fee: $111/5 weeks Class Code: 221002-02 10/9-11/11 Class Code: 221002-03 11/13-12/16 3 Days a Week Ages: 3 to 6 Fee: $115/4 weeks Class Code: 221008-01 9/11-10/7 Ages: 3 to 6 Fee: $144/5 weeks Class Code: 221008-02 10/9-11/11 Class Code: 221008-03 11/13-12/16 ICE HOCKEY LESSONS In this class, you will learn to glide effortless, stop, skate forward and backwards with a puck.

A $3 skate rental is charged every time the class meets. All participants receive free rink access throughout the week, but will be charge $3 skate rental. Students need to supply hockey stick and gloves. Instructor: Ontario Ice Skating Staff Location: Ontario Ice Skating 1225 W. Holt Boulevard, Ontario Ages: 2 to 5 Fee: $54/8 weeks Day: Th 6:00-6:30pm Class Code: 211024-01 9/21-11/9 ICE SKATING PARENT & ME In this class, you will learn how to skate forward, backwards, swizzles and back wiggles in a fun atmosphere. Students should wear gloves and warm clothing. A $3 skate rental is charged every time the class meets.

All participants receive free rink access throughout the week, but will be charged a $3 skate rental.

Instructor: Ontario Ice Skating Staff Location: Ontario Ice Skating 1225 W. Holt Boulevard, Ontario Ages: 2 to 5 Fee: $54/8 weeks Day: W 11:30am-12:00pm Class Code: 211027-01 9/20-11/8 ICE SKATING LESSONS In this class, you will learn to glide effortlessly, skate forward, backward, and stop. On the 8th week of class, all skaters will perform a recital and will get a certificate to take home. A $3 skate rental is charged every time the class meets. All participants receive free rink access throughout the week, but will be charged a $3 skate rental. Students should wear gloves and warm clothing.

Instructor: Ontario Ice Skating Staff Location: Ontario Ice Skating 1225 W. Holt Boulevard, Ontario Ages: 2 to 5 Fee: $54/8 weeks Day: Th 6:00-6:30pm Class Code: 211029-01 9/21-11/9 Ages: 2 to 5 Fee: $54/8 weeks Day: Sa 12:45-1:15pm Class Code: 211029-02 9/23-11/11 Find out if a City Park and/or Mobile Recreation Program has been closed or cancelled due to weather by calling our field conditions hotline at (909) 364-2738.

CHILDREN 24 (909) 364-2700 Basketball Location: Grand Ave Park 1301 Grand Avenue Ages: 3 to 4 Day: W 3:00-3:50pm Class Code: 215630-01 9/20-10/25 Ages: 4 to 5 Day: W 4:00-4:50pm Class Code: 215730-01 9/20-10/25 Baseball Location: Grand Ave Park 1301 Grand Avenue Ages: 3 to 4 Day: Tu 3:00-3:50pm Class Code: 215830-01 9/19-10/24 Ages: 4 to 5 Day: Tu 4:00-4:50pm Class Code: 215930-01 9/19-10/24 Location: Hunters Hill Park 6070 Natalie Rd Ages: 3 to 4 Day: Sa 9:00-9:50am Class Code: 216332-01 9/23-10/28 Ages: 4 to 5 Day: Sa 10:00-10:50am Class Code: 216432-01 9/23-10/28 Soccer Location: Grand Ave Park 1301 Grand Avenue Ages: 3 to 4 Day: M 3:00-3:50pm Class Code: 216132-01 9/18-10/23 Ages: 4 to 5 Day: M 4:00-4:50pm Class Code: 216232-01 9/18-10/23 Ages: 3 to 4 Day: Th 3:00-3:50pm Class Code: 217932-01 9/21-10/26 Ages: 4 to 5 Day: Th 4:00-4:50pm Class Code: 218032-01 9/21-10/26 Location: Hunters Hill Park 6070 Natalie Rd Ages: 3 to 4 Fee: $40/6 weeks Day: Sa 11am-11:50am Class Code: 216532-01 9/23-10/28 Ages: 4 to 5 Fee: $40/6 weeks Day: Sa 12pm-12:50pm Class Code: 216632-01 9/23-10/28 PEE WEE SPORTS Let the little ones get their chance to shine! This 6 week program is designed to introduce children ages 3-5 to the basic fundamentals of basketball, soccer or baseball in a non-competitive environment.

Classes vary throughout the week and are led by trained City staff. Participants will receive a participation award.

Instructor: City Staff Recreation Fee: $40/6 weeks Things to do in your City... 1. Visit a City park 2. Hike a City trail 3. Visit the Chino Hills Community Center 4. Try a new recreation Class 5. Attend Trick or Treat @ the shoppes 6. Spend an afternoon at mobile rec 7. Explore the James S. Thalman Library 8. Attend photo contest art show @ the chino hills community center

25 chinohills.org/RecOnline TEEN & YOUTH ENRICHMENT COMPUTER SKILL CHALLENGE Do you want to sharpen your computer skills and challenge yourself with the useful tools of Microsoft Word and PowerPoint to get a head start for school? Join us for this intensive course of learning how to type properly, edit a word document, and create a slideshow for the presentation.

A $10 material fee is due to the instructor. Instructor: Alan Ng Location: Chino Hills Community Center 14250 Peyton Drive Ages: 6 to 15 Fee: $126/6 weeks Day: W 6:00-7:00pm Class Code: 220505-01 9/27-11/1 Class Code: 220505-02 11/8-12/13 BEGINNING DRAWING Come and learn the basics of drawing! This class is intended for beginners as well as those who would like to improve their drawing skills. Line, shape, form, simple perspective and shading will be covered. Students should bring a No. 2 pencil, white Vinyl eraser and a pencil sharpener to the first class. No class on 10/25.

Instructor: Carolyn Cunningham Location: Chino Hills Community Center 14250 Peyton Drive Ages: 6 to 12 Fee: $104/8 weeks Day: W 4:00-5:30pm Class Code: 230252-01 9/13-11/8 SAFESITTERS WORKSHOP This two day class has received national recognition by the American Academy of Pediatrics. The small class size and interactive learning environment includes: role- playing, games, child care, age appropriate activities and setting up a babysitting business. Students get hands-on practice in basic lifesaving techniques. Class includes a babysitting kit and workbook. Please bring a sweater! Bring a sack lunch on day one.

Day two: 12:00P - 3:00P.

Instructor: PVHMC Instructor Location: Chino Hills Community Center 14250 Peyton Drive Ages: 11 to 14 Fee: $45/2 Days Day: Sa 9:00am-2:00pm Su 12:00-3:00pm Class Code: 224837-01 9/30-10/1 YOUNG MUSICIAN This course has been designed to provide a motivating and comprehensive music course for the young beginners. Musicianship is experienced through ear training, solfege singing, note reading, movement and singing games, and piano playing. There is a mini recital at the end of the course to provide an opportunity for musical sharing. No class on 9/4. A $15 material fee is due to the instructor.

Instructor: Music-N-Smart Staff Location: Music-N-Smart 3991 Grand Ave.

Suite C, Chino Ages: 7 to 10 Fee: $79/5 weeks Day: M 6:00-6:45pm Class Code: 220601-01 8/21-9/25 Class Code: 220601-02 10/2-10/30 SUZUKI VIOLIN The Suzuki Method is an environmental method, what Dr. Suzuki called the “Mother Tongue Method.” Every child has the potential to develop music abilities. This is a fun, easy introduction to violin. A $10 material fee is due to the instructor. Violin rentals are available for $20. Instructor: Music-N-Smart Staff Location: Music-N-Smart 3991 Grand Ave. Suite C, Chino Ages: 5 to 12 Fee: $89/5 weeks Day: Tu 3:45-4:30pm Class Code: 220603-01 8/22-9/19 Class Code: 220603-02 10/3-10/31 CHILDREN’S CHOIR Does your child love to sing? Join us, meet new friends, and learn great songs from Disney Movies “Frozen,” “Sound of Music,” and Musical Theatres such as “Annie” and “The Lion King.” In this class children will learn the basics of vocal technique, breathing, sight singing, and performance skills.

There are two recitals every year following the completion of the course to show what the children have learned and achieved. A $10 material fee is due to the instructor. No class on 9/4.

Instructor: Music-N-Smart Staff Location: Music-N-Smart 3991 Grand Ave. Suite C, Chino Ages: 5 to 12 Fee: $79/5 weeks Day: M 7:00-7:45pm Class Code: 220604-01 8/21-9/25 Class Code: 220604-02 10/2-10/30 BEGINNING GUITAR For anyone “just learning how to play” acoustic or electric guitar. Lessons include tuning, reading music, first position melody playing and chords. A $20 material fee is due on the first day of class. All participants are required to bring their own instrument to each class. Instructor: Patrick Montoya Location: Learn Guitare 3873 Schaeffer Ave. Bldg. 1 Suite B, Chino Day: W 5:35-6:20pm Ages: 9 to 12 Fee: $119/8 weeks Class Code: 220641-01 8/16-10/4 Ages: 9 to 12 Fee: $134/9 weeks Class Code: 220641-02 10/11-12/6 Day: W 6:25-7:10pm Ages: 13+ Fee: $119/8 weeks Class Code: 230641-01 8/16-10/4 Ages: 13+ Fee: $134/9 weeks Class Code: 230641-02 10/11-12/6 BEGINNING UKULELE For anyone just learning how to play the Ukulele.

Comprehensive, easy & fun method includes many fun songs of different styles to learn and play. A $20 material fee is due to the instructor on the first day of class. All participants are required to bring their own instrument to each class.

Instructor: Patrick Montoya Location: Learn Guitare 3873 Schaeffer Ave. Bldg. 1 Suite B, Chino Day: W 7:15-8:00pm Ages: 10 + Fee: $119/8 weeks Class Code: 220645-01 8/16-10/4 Ages: 10+ Fee: $134/9 weeks Class Code: 220645-02 10/11-12/6 VOICE & SINGING Students will learn vocal techniques through the process of singing pop music songs. There will be an emphasis on breathing, posture, stage performance, emotion and ear training techniques. Join us for this fun class! $20 material fee is due to the instructor for a book and CD.

Instructor: Yamaha Music School Staff Location: Yamaha Music School 13771 Roswell Ave.

# G, Chino Ages: 5 to 8 Fee: $79/5 weeks Day: M 5:15-6:00pm Class Code: 220644-01 9/11-10/9 Class Code: 220644-02 10/16-11/13 Ages: 9 to 15 Fee: $79/5 weeks Day: M 6:00-6:45pm Class Code: 230645-01 9/11-10/9 Class Code: 230645-02 10/16-11/13

26 (909) 364-2700 TEEN & YOUTH DRUMS Students will learn stick technique, counting, body coordination and ensemble playing in the fun small group class. $20 materials fee due to instructor on the first day of class. Instructor: Yamaha Music School Staff Location: Yamaha Music School 13771 Roswell Ave. # G, Chino Ages: 5 to 8 Fee: $79/5 weeks Day: Tu 5:45-6:30pm Class Code: 280643-01 9/12-10/10 Class Code: 280643-02 10/17-11/14 Ages: 9 to 15 Fee: $79/5 weeks Day: Tu 6:30-7:15pm Class Code: 220643-01 9/12-10/10 Class Code: 220643-02 10/17-11/14 BEGINNING AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE This class will provide students with basic sign language and communication skills.

Lessons will consist of the breakdown and proper usage of signs in context and conversation. New lessons will be taught each session. A $5 material fee is due to the instructor. Instructor: JL Academy Staff Location: JL Academy 13831 Roswell Ave., Chino Ages: 9+ Fee: $72/4 weeks Day: W 5:15-6:15pm Class Code: 227504-01 8/23-9/13 Class Code: 227504-02 9/20-10/11 Class Code: 227504-03 10/18-11/8 INTERMEDIATE AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE Intermediate ASL is recommended to those who have completed the beginning ASL sessions at JL Academy. This class will allow students to continue to develop ASL communication skills, receptive and expressive, with vocabulary and grammar.

Students will be able to converse using ASL in a more advanced format. $5 material fee due to the instructor.

Instructor: JL Academy Staff Location: JL Academy 13831 Roswell Ave., Chino Ages: 9+ Fee: $72/4 weeks Day: W 6:15-7:15pm Class Code: 227505-01 8/23-9/13 Class Code: 227505-02 9/20-10/11 Class Code: 227505-03 10/18-11/8 SPEECH & DEBATE Our debate class at JL Academy is an exciting, fun, and interactive way student can gain confidence and proficiency in tools needed for academic, social and team success. Students enhance their public speaking skills, learn with and from other students, and become empowered to further investigate new and interesting academic topics. The class focuses students’ attention to heightening their public speaking and tone of delivery, the eye contact made with the class, a confident posture speaking in front of others, respect for other’s points of view, and evidence of the arguments made by classmates.

The students learn about issues of importance to our academics and world, while working with others to quickly advance arguments and against certain issues. A $5 material fee is due on the first day of class. Instructor: JL Academy Staff Location: JL Academy 13831 Roswell Ave., Chino Grades: 5+ Fee: $72/4 weeks Day: W 6:45-7:45pm Class Code: 228602-01 8/23-9/13 Class Code: 228602-02 9/20-10/11 Class Code: 228602-03 10/18-11/8 DANCE & FITNESS BATON TWIRLING Learn to twirl a baton and have fun while doing it. March in the annual Disneyland Parade, competitions and various performances. Shorts, t-shirts, and tennis shoes should be worn.

No jeans, please! Batons may be purchased from the instructor for $28. No class on 9/4 & 11/20. Instructor: Shari Taylor Location: Grand Ave Park 1301 Grand Avenue Day: M 6:05-6:50pm Ages: 7 to 13 Fee: $60/8 weeks Class Code: 220952-01 8/14-10/9 Ages: 7 to 13 Fee: $53/7 weeks Class Code: 220952-02 10/16-12/4 POM POM Dance and march in the annual Disneyland Parade, competitions and various performances. Make friends and have fun! No class on 9/4 & 11/20. Instructor: Shari Taylor Location: Grand Ave Park 1301 Grand Avenue Day: M 6:55-7:40pm Ages: 7 to 13 Fee: $60/8 weeks Class Code: 220953-01 8/14-10/9 Ages: 7 to 13 Fee: $53/6 weeks Class Code: 220953-02 10/16-12/4 KARATE Students will learn the art of self-defense, which improves coordination, self-confidence, discipline, respect, and sportsmanship.

Beginning students will learn basic techniques, while intermediate students will learn more advanced techniques and forms. No class 9/4. Make up class will be held 9/8. Instructor: Joe Rosas Location: Chino Hills Community Center 14250 Peyton Drive Beginning Ages: 7 to 12 Fee: $82/8 weeks Day: M,W 6:00-7:00pm Class Code: 221064-01 8/14-10/4 Class Code: 221064-02 10/9-11/29 Intermediate/Advanced Ages: 7 to 12 Fee: $82/8 weeks Day: M,W 7:00-8:00pm Class Code: 226864-01 8/14-10/4 Class Code: 226864-02 10/9-11/29 Beginning/Advanced Ages: 13+ Fee: $82/8 weeks Day: M,W 8:00-9:00pm Class Code: 231064-01 8/14-10/4 Class Code: 231064-02 10/9-11/29 PRE-CLASSICAL BALLET This class is an intermediate introduction to Classical Ballet.

Participants will have more practice on the ballet bars. Proper dance attire and pink ballet shoes are required. No class on 11/1 & 11/22. Session 2 is the Fall Show session. There will be a performance on 12/21. A $75 costume fee is due to the instructor on the first week of class.

Instructor: Denean Kaplan Location: Chino Hills Community Center 14250 Peyton Drive Day: W 5:15-6:00pm Ages: 4 to 8 Fee: $42/4 weeks Class Code: 224303-01 9/6-9/27 Ages: 4 to 8 Fee: $105/10 weeks Class Code: 224303-02 10/4-12/20

27 chinohills.org/RecOnline TEEN & YOUTH CLASSICAL BALLET Professional instructor, Dee Dee Kaplan, has 35+ years of experience in dance, with a background of television, media, and theatre production. Performing Levels and Intermediate classes are by instructor approval ONLY. Students will learn proper technique floor movement and balance.

Dance attire: black leotard & skirt, pink tights and either pink ballet split sole shoes, or pointe shoes are required. No class on 10/31 & 11/21. Session 2/3 is the Fall Show session. There will be a performance on 12/21. A $75 costume fee is due to the instructor on the first week of class.

Instructor: Denean Kaplan Location: Chino Hills Community Center 14250 Peyton Drive Level 1 Day: Tu 5:00-6:00pm Ages: 8 to 13 Fee: $52/4 weeks Class Code: 224304-01 9/5-9/26 Ages: 8 to 13 Fee: $130/10 weeks Class Code: 224304-02 10/3-12/19 Level 2+3 Day: Tu 6:00-7:00pm Ages: 9+ Fee: $52/4 weeks Class Code: 294301-01 9/5-9/26 Class Code: 294301-02 10/3-10/24 Ages: 9+ Fee: $78/6 weeks Class Code: 294301-03 11/7-12/19 DANCERS WORKOUT This class focuses on core strengthening, balancing, and coordination for the serious dance student. No class on 11/1. Session 3 is the Fall Show session. There will be a performance on 12/21.

A $75 costume fee is due to the instructor on the first week of class.

Instructor: Denean Kaplan Location: Chino Hills Community Center 14250 Peyton Drive Ages: 8+ Fee: $52/4 weeks Day: W 6:00-7:00pm Class Code: 224307-01 9/6-9/27 Class Code: 224307-02 10/4-10/25 Ages: 8+ Fee: $78/6 weeks Day: W 6:00-7:00pm Class Code: 224307-03 11/8-12/20 ALL ABOUT DANCE Professional instructor, Dee Dee Kaplan, has 35+ years of experience in dance, with a background of television, media, and theatre production. Performing Levels and Intermediate classes are by instructor approval ONLY. *Non-Competitive Class* Ballet, tap, and jazz are taught through the inspiration of music.

Development of positive self-esteem and reassurance is emphasized. Pink leather ballet and black tap shoes are required. No online registration. Registration must take place at Chino Hills Community Center or City Hall Recreation Department. For questions, please call (909) 364-2700. No class on 10/31, 11/1, 11/11, 11/21, 11/22, & 11/25. Session 2/3 is the Fall Show session. There will be a performance on 12/21. A $75 costume fee is due to the instructor on the first week of class. Instructor: Denean Kaplan Location: Chino Hills Community Center 14250 Peyton Drive Beginning Day: Tu 4:15-5:00pm Ages: 8 to 13 Fee: $42/4 weeks Class Code: 224346-01 9/5-9/26 Ages: 8 to 13 Fee: $105/10 weeks Class Code: 224346-02 10/3-12/19 Level 2 Day: Sa 9:00-10:15am Ages: 9+ Fee: $59/4 weeks Class Code: 224305-01 9/9-9/30 Class Code: 224305-02 10/7-10/28 Ages: 9+ Fee: $74/5 weeks Class Code: 224305-03 11/4-12/16 Level 3+4 Day: W 7:00-8:30pm Ages: 10+ Fee: $67/4 weeks Class Code: 224306-01 9/6-9/27 Class Code: 224306-02 10/4-10/25 Ages: 10+ Fee: $100/6 weeks Class Code: 224306-03 11/8-12/20 POINTE BALLET Pointe students continue technique and creative choreography.

Dance attire and pointe shoes are required. No online registration. Registration must take place at Chino Hills Community Center or City Hall Recreation Department. For questions, please call (909) 364-2700. No class on 10/31, 11/11, 11/22, & 11/25. Session 3 is the Fall Show session. There will be a performance on 12/21. A $75 costume fee is due to the instructor on the first week of class.

Instructor: Denean Kaplan Location: Chino Hills Community Center 14250 Peyton Drive Day: Tu 7:00-8:30pm Ages: 10+ Fee: $67/4 weeks Class Code: 294355-01 9/5-9/26 Class Code: 294355-02 10/3-10/24 Ages: 10+ Fee: $100/6 weeks Class Code: 294355-03 11/7-12/19 Day: Sa 7:30-9:00am Ages: 10+ Fee: $67/4 weeks Class Code: 224354-01 9/9-9/30 Class Code: 224354-02 10/7-10/28 Ages: 10+ Fee: $84/5 weeks Class Code: 224354-03 11/4-12/16 YOGA & PILATES FOR ATHLETES Get your athletic child in tip top shape with Yoga & Pilates Reformers to build strength and flexibility! A class like this is like no other, not only will this class teach your child how to stretch properly keeping them injury free, it will build core strength and mental focus.

An increase in breath, body, and mind awareness will increase their athletic ability 10 fold! This unique class will teach great tools that will help them in every aspect of their life!

Instructor: Addicted to Yoga Staff Location: Addicted To Yoga 13751 Roswell Suite E, Chino Ages: 10 to 18 Fee: $95/4 weeks Day: Th 4:30-5:30pm Class Code: 238905-01 8/24-9/14 Class Code: 238905-02 9/21-10/12 Class Code: 238905-03 10/19-11/9 TAC TEEN ACTIVITY CENTER (TAC) Free After School Drop-In Programming Starts August 14 The after school Teen Activity Center runs concurrent with the Chino Valley Unified School District school year and is located directly across the street from Ruben S. Ayala High School at the Chino Hills Community Center, 14250 Peyton Drive. The Teen Activity Center offers a variety of activities including, billiards, ping pong, games, TV’s, Music, and study areas.

The center is a free to attend and has supervised recreational activities for High School age teens Monday-Thursday 2:00-4:30 p.m. and Friday from 2:00-4:00 p.m. The Teen Activity Center is closed during City holidays and Chino Valley Unified School District days off.

28 (909) 364-2700 TEEN & YOUTH MIXED MARTIAL ARTS This MMA class includes Jujitsu, sambo, submission grappling, Muay Tahi, kickboxing, Karate and MMA conditioning, as well as mental discipline, respect and focus. A $50 CMS uniform is required before the class starts. Instructor: Tony Allen Location: Combined Martial Science 13611 12th Street #A, Chino Ages: 5 to 14 Fee: $100/8 weeks Day: W 5:00-6:00pm Class Code: 229001-01 9/6-10/25 Class Code: 229001-02 11/1-12/20 MARTIAL ART KIDS WITH AUTISM This fitness class is specifically designed for children with Autism, Asperger’s or PDD. We will concentrate on developing motor coordination through martial arts training and conditioning.

This is a fun and exciting class that will encourage your child to focus and follow directions while enhancing their social skills. A $20 CMS uniform fee is due for first timers.

Instructor: Tony Allen Location: Combined Martial Science 13611 12th Street #A, Chino Day: Sa 11:45am-12:45pm Ages: 7+ Fee: $125/8 weeks Class Code: 291071-01 9/9-10/28 Ages: 7+ Fee: $115/7 weeks Class Code: 291071-02 11/4-12/16 JUDO Judo is an Olympic sport and a unique style of martial arts. Judo philosophy is to use your opponent’s size and strength against them. Throwing and pinning techniques are emphasized. Judo teaches self-defense, character development, competitive skills and humility. We are an Olympic-sanctioned school and compete on a national level. Uniforms are mandatory and may be purchased for $70 on the first day of class.

No class on 11/23.

Instructor: Tony Allen Location: Combined Martial Science 13611 12th Street #A, Chino Ages: 5 to 16 Fee: $160/8 weeks Day: Tu,Th 5:00-6:00pm Class Code: 229005-01 9/5-10/26 Class Code: 229005-02 11/2-12/28 SPORTS INSTRUCTIONAL VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE Youth Instructional League, beginners are welcome! Six player volleyball is taught through skill development drills and game experience. The game activity is both: controlled scrimmages where serving and serve receiving are emphasized; and “real” games are played through inter-squad play of league participants. A $10 material fee is due to the instructor for the league t-shirt.

No class on 10/21, 11/11, 11/25.

Instructor: Brad Brown Location: Community Park 3280 Eucalyptus Drive Ages: 8 to 10 Fee: $89/8 weeks Day: M 4:00-5:15pm Class Code: 223406-01 10/2-11/20 Ages: 10 to 15 Fee: $89/8 weeks Day: M 5:10-6:25pm Class Code: 223406-02 10/2-11/20 Ages: 8 to 10 Fee: $79/7 weeks Day: Sa 9:10-10:20am Class Code: 223407-01 9/30-12/2 Ages: 11 to 15 Fee: $79/7 weeks Day: Sa 10:10-11:20am Class Code: 223407-02 9/30-12/2 VOLLEYBALL SKILLS CLINIC This is an instructional volleyball clinic where most aspects of volleyball fundamental techniques are taught. Serving and serve receive will be emphasized. Coach Brad Brown has had over 40 years of playing experience including collegiate, national, and international.

He also has been coaching for over 20 years and enjoys teaching skills and proper volleyball technique to beginners and experienced players.

Instructor: Brad Brown Location: Community Park 3280 Eucalyptus Drive Ages: 8 to 15 Fee: $15 Day: M 4:30-6:10pm Class Code: 223408-01 8/14 Class Code: 223408-03 9/25 Ages: 8 to 15 Fee: $15 Day: Sa 9:15-11:00am Class Code: 223408-02 9/23 ICE SKATING In this class, you will learn to glide effortlessly, skate forward, backward, and stop. On the 8th week of class, all skaters will perform a recital and will get a certificate to take home. A $3 skate rental is charged every time the class meets. All participants receive free rink access throughout the week, but will be charged a $3 skate rental.

Students should wear gloves and warm clothing. Instructor: Ontario Ice Skating Staff Location: Ontario Ice Skating 1225 W. Holt Boulevard, Ontario Ages: 6 to 14 Fee: $54/8 weeks Day: Tu 6:30-7:00pm Class Code: 221029-01 9/19-11/7 Ages: 6 to 14 Fee: $54/8 weeks Day: Sa 12:45-1:15pm Class Code: 231029-01 9/23-11/11 Ages: 15+ Fee: $54/8 weeks Day: Th 6:30-7:00pm Class Code: 226929-01 9/21-11/9 YOUTH ROOKIE BASEBALL CLINIC Hit the baseball diamond this fall to sharpen your skills. This program is a great way to discover the fundamentals of baseball. Each participate will learn throwing, hitting, fielding, and much more in a non-competitive environment.

Registration includes a participation award and team party at the end. Spots are limited so be sure to sign up early!

Instructor: City Staff Recreation Location: Hunters Hill Park 6070 Natalie Rd Ages: 6 to 8 Fee: $40/6 weeks Day: Sa 10:00-11:00am Class Code: 221010-01 9/23-10/28 BOWLING Learn basic bowling techniques, score keeping, and safety. Includes shoe rental, if needed. Instructor: Gary Phillip Location: Chaparral 300 4191 Chino Hills Parkway Ages: 7 to 17 Fee: $76/6 weeks Day: Th 3:30-4:30pm Class Code: 291023-01 8/24-9/28 Class Code: 291023-02 10/12-11/16

29 chinohills.org/RecOnline TEEN & YOUTH SMALL GROUP TENNIS Small groups are a great alternative for those players wanting more attention.

These groups will vary in size from 2 to 4 students max per coach. We offer small groups for all levels and ages of play. Students will be grouped with other players based on level and age. No class on 11/23. Instructor: Tennis Anyone Staff Location: Ayala High School 14255 Peyton Drive Day: M, W (All Levels) 6:45-7:45pm Tu, Th (All Levels) 6:30-7:30pm Sa (All Levels) 8:00-9:00am Sa (All Levels) 10:30-11:30am 1 Day a Week Ages: 7 to 14 Fee: $103/4 weeks Class Code: 281067-01 9/11-10/7 Ages: 7 to 14 Fee: $129/5 weeks Class Code: 281067-02 10/9-11/11 Class Code: 281067-03 11/13-12/16 2 Days a Week Ages: 7 to 14 Fee: $183/4 weeks Class Code: 231067-01 9/11-10/7 Ages: 7 to 14 Fee: $229/5 weeks Class Code: 231067-02 10/9-11/11 Class Code: 231067-03 11/13-12/16 BEG JR TENNIS ACADEMY The focus of the this Academy is on learning the 4 magnificent strokes of the game in this fun filled, dynamic, high energy, fitness friendly, sometimes zany atmosphere.

Students are tested to reach mastery on 3 different levels in this group. No class on 11/23.

Instructor: Tennis Anyone Staff Location: Ayala High School 14255 Peyton Drive Day: M,W 6:00-7:30pm Sa 9:00-10:30am 1 Day a Week Ages: 7 to 13 Fee: $74/4 weeks Class Code: 221065-01 9/11-10/7 Ages: 7 to 13 Fee: $92/5 weeks Class Code: 221065-02 10/9-11/11 Class Code: 221065-03 11/13-12/16 2 Days a Week Ages: 7 to 13 Fee: $115/4 weeks Class Code: 221003-01 9/11-10/7 Ages: 7 to 13 Fee: $144/5 weeks Class Code: 221003-02 10/9-11/11 Class Code: 221003-03 11/13-12/16 3 Days a Week Ages: 7 to 13 Fee: $145/4 weeks Class Code: 221004-01 9/11-10/7 Ages: 7 to 13 Fee: $181/5 weeks Class Code: 221004-02 10/9-11/11 Class Code: 221004-03 11/13-12/16 ADV JR.

TENNIS ACADEMY This group is for students that have attained all 3 mastery levels in the Beginning Academy or are coming in with proper form on their ground strokes. This is a high energy, fitness challenging, tennis program designed to bring students to a level where they have the tools to start playing matches. No class on 11/23.

Instructor: Tennis Anyone Staff Location: Ayala High School 14255 Peyton Drive Day: M-Th 7:30-9:00pm Sa 10:30am-12:00pm 1 Day a Week Ages: 7 to 17 Fee: $79/4 weeks Class Code: 281066-01 9/11-10/7 Ages: 7 to 17 Fee: $99/5 weeks Class Code: 281066-02 10/9-11/11 Class Code: 281066-03 11/13-12/16 2 Days a Week Ages: 7 to 17 Fee: $119/4 weeks Class Code: 281003-01 9/11-10/7 Ages: 7 to 17 Fee: $149/5 weeks Class Code: 281003-02 10/9-11/11 Class Code: 281003-03 11/13-12/16 3 Days a Week Ages: 7 to 17 Fee: $155/4 weeks Class Code: 281004-01 9/11-10/7 Ages: 7 to 17 Fee: $194/5 weeks Class Code: 281004-02 10/9-11/11 Class Code: 281004-03 11/13-12/16 TENNIS STAR PACKAGE The Player’s Package is for students that want it all and at a discounted rate.

These students will experience the benefit of training 2 days per week in inter/advanced academy, participate in 1 small group tennis clinic per week to focus on the details of their games, and compete in our once per month Round Robin Tournament at Carbon Canyon Park. The total price for these programs is $252 but parents will pay just $199/$249. Instructor: Tennis Anyone Staff Location: Ayala High School 14255 Peyton Drive Ages: 7 to 17 Fee: $199/4 weeks Class Code: 221009-01 9/11-10/7 Ages: 7 to 17 Fee: $249/5 weeks Class Code: 221009-02 10/9-11/11 Class Code: 221009-03 11/13-12/16 TOURNAMENT TENNIS This class is designed for highly competitive players of all ages, from junior to adult that are actively involved in tournament play.

Students will focus on high level aspects of the sport that will allow them to take their game to the next level and have success in tournament or high school team play. No class on 11/23.

Instructor: Tennis Anyone Staff Location: Ayala High School 14255 Peyton Drive Day: Tu,Th 6:00-8:00pm 1 Day a Week Ages: 7+ Fee: $109/4 weeks Class Code: 231099-01 9/12-10/5 Ages: 7+ Fee: $136/5 weeks Class Code: 231099-02 10/10-11/9 Class Code: 231099-03 11/14-12/14 2 Days a Week Ages: 7+ Fee: $175/4 weeks Class Code: 281005-01 9/12-10/5 Ages: 7+ Fee: $219/5 weeks Class Code: 281005-02 10/10-11/9 Class Code: 281005-03 11/14-12/14 VOLLEYBALL LESSONS Class instruction is designed for a group of three to ten participants. Students develop skills in hitting, digging, passing, serving, and blocking.

A $5 material fee is due to the instructor. No class 9/2 & 9/4. Instructor: Brad Brown Location: Community Park 3280 Eucalyptus Drive Beginning Ages: 8 to 10 Fee: $54/4 weeks Day: M 4:00-4:50pm Class Code: 223401-01 8/21-9/18 Ages: 10 to 15 Fee: $54/4 weeks Day: M 4:45-5:40pm Class Code: 223402-01 8/21-9/18 Ages: 8 to 10 Fee: $54/4 weeks Day: Sa 9:20-10:10am Class Code: 223403-01 8/19-9/16 Beginning/Intermediate Ages: 11 to 15 Fee: $54/4 weeks Day: M 5:30-6:25pm Class Code: 223404-01 8/21-9/18 Ages: 11 to 15 Fee: $54/4 weeks Day: Sa 10:10-11:00am Class Code: 223405-01 8/19-9/16

30 (909) 364-2700 TEEN & YOUTH JUNIOR GOLF ACADEMY The lessons have been specifically designed to help students grasp the fundamentals of the golf swing and short game. Range balls and the use of golf clubs are included. Instructor: Los Serranos Golf Staff Location: Los Serranos Country Club 15656 Yorba Avenue Ages: 6 to 15 Fee: $109/6 weeks Day: M 5:00-6:00pm Class Code: 229101-01 9/11-10/16 Day: F 5:00-6:00pm Class Code: 229102-01 9/15-10/20 Day: Su 4:00-5:00pm Class Code: 229103-01 9/10-10/15 YOUTH FLAG FOOTBALL CLINIC Come join our new program! This clinic is a great way to discover the game of football in a non-competitive environment.

Each participate will learn passing, catching, defense and much more. Lessons and drills will be pass-oriented to avoid dangerous contact. Registration includes a participation award and team party at the end. Spots are limited so be sure to sign up early! Instructor: City Staff Recreation Location: Hunters Hill Park 6070 Natalie Rd Ages: 6 to 8 Fee: $40/6 weeks Day: Sa 11:30am-12:30pm Class Code: 221011-01 9/23-10/28 ICE HOCKEY In this class, you will learn to glide effortless, stop, skate forward and backwards with a puck. A $3 skate rental is charged every time the class meets. All participants receive free rink access throughout the week, but will be charged a $3 skate rental.

Students need to supply hockey stick and gloves. Instructor: Ontario Ice Skating Staff Location: Ontario Ice Skating 1225 W. Holt Boulevard, Ontario Ages: 6 to 14 Fee: $54/8 weeks Day: Tu 6:30-7:00pm Class Code: 221024-01 9/19-11/7

31 chinohills.org/RecOnline ADULT ENRICHMENT BEGINNING AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE This class will provide students with basic sign language and communication skills. Lessons will consist of the breakdown and proper usage of signs in context and conversation. New Lessons will be taught each session. A $5 material fee is due to the instructor. Instructor: JL Academy Staff Location: JL Academy 13831 Roswell Ave., Chino Ages: 9+ Fee: $72/4 weeks Day: W 5:15-6:15pm Class Code: 227504-01 8/23-9/13 Class Code: 227504-02 9/20-10/11 Class Code: 227504-03 10/18-11/8 INTERMEDIATE AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE Intermediate ASL is recommended to those who have completed the beginning ASL sessions at JL Academy.

This class will allow students to continue to develop ASL communication skills, receptive and expressive, with vocabulary and grammar. Students will be able to converse using ASL in a more advanced format. $5 material fee due to the instructor.

Instructor: JL Academy Staff Location: JL Academy 13831 Roswell Ave., Chino Ages: 9+ Fee: $72/4 weeks Day: W 6:15-7:15pm Class Code: 227505-01 8/23-9/13 Class Code: 227505-02 9/20-10/11 Class Code: 227505-03 10/18-11/8 DIGITAL CAMERA BASICS Does the camera User Manual sound Greek to you? Don’t understand how your digital camera works? Too confused with those buttons and dials? Then this class is here to help you learn how to properly use your digital camera. We will go through camera functions, manual settings inside and out to show you how to set up your camera and avoid common mistakes. A $5 material fee is due on the first day of class.

Instructor: Tony Wang Location: Chino Hills Community Center 14250 Peyton Drive Ages: 16 to 70 Fee: $69/4 weeks Day: Tu 3:30-5:30pm Class Code: 230201-01 8/15-9/5 DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY INTERMEDIATE This class is for people who have taken the digital camera basic class or been shooting with their digital camera and want to learn more of their camera’s controls. We will cut through the digital fog, explain the essential functions, feel comfortable changing camera settings, making adjustments and/ or manipulate the settings to get better results. Besides learning the camera, the class topics also include: exposure control & adjustment, photocomposition, white balance, metering, shooting with scene modes, use of camera flash, macro photography, etc.

A $5 material fee is due on the first day of class. Instructor: Tony Wang Location: Chino Hills Community Center 14250 Peyton Drive Ages: 16 to 70 Fee: $89/6 weeks Day: Tu 6:30-8:30pm Class Code: 230202-01 8/15-9/19 BEGINNING DRAWING Come and learn the basics of drawing! This class is intended for beginners as well as those who would like to improve their drawing skills. Line, shape, form, simple perspective and shading will be covered. Students should bring a No. 2 pencil, white Vinyl eraser and a pencil sharpener to the first class. No class on 10/25.

Instructor: Carolyn Cunningham Location: Chino Hills Community Center 14250 Peyton Drive Ages: 12+ Fee: $104/8 weeks Day: W 5:30-7:00pm Class Code: 230251-01 9/13-11/8 INTRO TO EXCEL AND POWERPOINT Learn this powerful program of Microsoft Excel to make spreadsheets for your bookkeeping and other useful information. We will show you the basic functions to let you know its capabilities and students will also learn how to do calculations and functions as well as making charts from the given data. Then we will create a slideshow presentation to go along with it. Join us for this Microsoft’s popular program and you will be impressed for what you get and apply to your work efficiently.

A $10 material fee is due to the instructor.

Instructor: Alan Ng Location: Chino Hills Community Center 14250 Peyton Drive Ages: 18+ Fee: $126/6 weeks Day: W 8:00-9:00pm Class Code: 230503-01 9/27-11/1 Class Code: 230503-02 11/8-12/13 INTRO TO COMPUTERS & INTERNET Whether you want to learn the basic office computing skills or experience the useful Microsoft Word application, this class will teach you how to make the first step. Students will receive hands-on practice for Word Processing techniques to make letters, publications, and fliers as well as surfing online for learning how to use the search engines. A $10 material fee is due to the instructor on the first day of class.

Instructor: Alan Ng Location: Chino Hills Community Center 14250 Peyton Drive Ages: 18+ Fee: $126/6 weeks Day: W 11:00am-12:00pm Class Code: 240501-01 9/27-11/1 Class Code: 240501-02 11/8-12/13 Ages: 18+ Fee: $126/6 weeks Day: W 7:00-8:00pm Class Code: 230581-01 9/27-11/1 Class Code: 230581-02 11/8-12/13 BEGINNING PIANO This course teaches practical keyboard skills in a relaxed group setting. Make friends, make music, and have fun!

Instructor: Music-N-Smart Staff Location: Music-N-Smart 3991 Grand Ave. Suite C, Chino Ages: 18+ Fee: $79/5 weeks Day: Tu 11:00-11:45am Class Code: 230601-01 8/22-9/19 Class Code: 230601-02 10/3-10/31 BASICS OF ESSENTIAL OILS Essential oils are becoming a powerful tool to create overall wellness and excellent health. Learn about the uses to overcome basic illnesses, anxiety, depression, headaches, infections, muscle soreness, and much more! This class will give basic, simple, and effective tools that work to create excellent health and a better overall wellness. Instructor: ATY Instructor Location: Addicted To Yoga 13751 Roswell Suite E, Chino Ages: 18+ Fee: $10 Day: W 6:30-7:30pm Class Code: 238908-01 8/23 Class Code: 238908-02 9/20 Class Code: 238908-03 10/18

32 (909) 364-2700 ADULT STAYING HEALTHY WITH ESSENTIAL OILS As adults we often put ourselves last trying to take care of everyone else first, but your health is most important, being sick isn’t fun for anyone. In this workshop you will learn which oils are best for you to create excellent health, boost your immune system, and battle any type of health concerns. Hard to believe? Too good to be true? Come to the workshop and try them for yourself. Instructor: ATY Instructor Location: Addicted To Yoga 13751 Roswell Suite E, Chino Ages: 18+ Fee: $10 Day: Su 10:00-11:00am Class Code: 238909-01 8/27 Class Code: 238909-02 9/17 Class Code: 238909-03 10/8 DANCE & FITNESS HIKING IN THE HILLS Discover the beautiful trails in Chino Hills! During this six-week program hikers will meet every Saturday to explore a trail in Chino Hills.

Hikes will average 2-5 miles in length and are led by City staff. Hikers are encouraged to bring sunscreen and a hat. City trail maps, a backpack, water and nutritious snacks will be provided to participants. No hike will take place on 10/14 due to a City event. Meeting location for the first hike will be at Torrey Pines Trailhead.

Instructor: City Staff Recreation Location: Torrey Pine Trailhead 5011 Torrey Pines Drive Ages: 18+ Fee: $30/6 weeks Day: Sa 7:30-10:00am Class Code: 282401-01 9/16-10/28 MARTIAL ARTS BOOT CAMP All conditioning includes numerous cardio drills, a variety of light weight training drills, circuit training, kickboxing and martial art drills, and abdominal exercises. The instructor constantly changes the workout routine from one class to the next, in order to shock the body. Hand protection is required for this class and can be purchased at CMS on the first day of class. No class on 12/25. Instructor: Tony Allen Location: Combined Martial Science 13611 12th Street #A, Chino Ages: 14+ Fee: $100/8 weeks Day: M,W 9:00-10:00am Class Code: 230905-01 9/6-10/30 Class Code: 230905-02 11/1-12/27 LADIES LOW IMPACT FITNESS A fusion of various dance moves, resistance training, Pilates, yoga, and kick-boxing.

Start dancing yourself fit and change the shape of your body today! Bring mat or large towel, bottle water, and hand held weights to each class time. No class on 11/23 & 11/24. Instructor: Annette Ware Location: Chino Hills Community Center 14250 Peyton Drive Day: M,W,F 8:30-9:30am Ages: 13+ Fee: $65/6 weeks Class Code: 230994-01 9/6-10/13 Ages: 13+ Fee: $73/8 weeks Class Code: 230994-02 10/16-12/8 Day: Tu,Th 6:00-7:00pm Ages: 13+ Fee: $65/6 weeks Class Code: 280994-01 9/5-10/12 Ages: 13+ Fee: $73/8 weeks Class Code: 280994-02 10/17-12/7 ZUMBA Come join us for a fun, energetic workout! Zumba is one of the most popular aerobics classes, combining dance moves with international music.

Bring water and a towel to each class. No class on 10/31, 11/11, 11/23, & 11/25. Instructor: Margie James (Tu, Th) Instructor: Meredith Wilson (Sa) Location: Chino Hills Community Center 14250 Peyton Drive Day: Tu 7:15-8:15pm Ages: 18+ Fee: $52/7 weeks Class Code: 234706-01 9/5-10/17 Ages: 18+ Fee: $45/6 weeks Class Code: 234706-02 10/24-12/5 Day: Th 7:15-8:15pm Ages: 18+ Fee: $52/7 weeks Class Code: 234701-01 9/7-10/19 Ages: 18+ Fee: $45/6 weeks Class Code: 234701-02 10/26-12/7 Day: Sa 9:00-10:00am Ages: 18+ Fee: $37/5 weeks Class Code: 234704-01 8/26-9/23 Class Code: 234704-02 9/30-10/28 Ages: 18+ Fee: $30/4 weeks Class Code: 234704-03 11/4-12/9 ZUMBA 2 DAY Come join us for a fun, energetic workout! Zumba is one of the most popular aerobics classes, combining dance moves with international music.

Bring water and a towel to each class. No class on 10/31 & 11/23.

Instructor: Margie James Location: Chino Hills Community Center 14250 Peyton Drive Day: Tu,Th 7:15-8:15pm Ages: 18+ Fee: $90/7 weeks Class Code: 234703-01 9/5-10/19 Ages: 18+ Fee: $77/6 weeks Class Code: 234703-02 10/24-12/7 ZUMBA GOLD Basic Zumba moves and a low impact class for adults of all fitness levels. This class addresses the anatomical, physiological, and psychological needs specific to the population. Be prepared to have fun and dance! Bring water and towel to each class. No class on 10/31, 11/11, 11/23, & 11/25.

Instructor: Margie James Location: Chino Hills Community Center 14250 Peyton Drive Day: Tu 9:30-10:20am Ages: 18+ Fee: $48/7 weeks Class Code: 234705-01 9/5-10/17 Ages: 18+ Fee: $41/6 weeks Class Code: 234705-02 10/24-12/5 Day: Th 4:25-5:15pm Ages: 18+ Fee: $48/7 weeks Class Code: 234702-01 9/7-10/19 Ages: 18+ Fee: $41/6 weeks Class Code: 234702-02 10/26-12/7 Ages: 18+ Fee: $41/6 weeks Day: Sa 10:30-11:20am Class Code: 234707-01 9/9-10/14 Class Code: 234707-02 10/21-12/9 BEGINNING YOGA De-stress in a calm and nurturing environment as you learn the basic breathing and yoga poses.

Instructor: ATY Instructor Location: Addicted To Yoga 13751 Roswell Suite E, Chino Ages: 18+ Fee: $95/4 weeks Day: W 6:15-7:15pm Class Code: 238901-01 8/23-9/13 Class Code: 238901-02 9/20-10/11 Class Code: 238901-03 10/18-11/8

33 chinohills.org/RecOnline ADULT BEGINNING MAT PILATES Discover the benefits of Pilates and basic Pilates poses, breath work, and technique. This class dives into the details of the basic Pilates poses to create strength and stability in the core (abdominals, back, and thighs). Great for beginners and those new to Pilates, students with injuries are also welcome.

Get ready to sweat! Instructor: ATY Instructor Location: Addicted To Yoga 13751 Roswell Suite E, Chino Ages: 18+ Fee: $95/4 weeks Day: Su 9:00-10:00am Class Code: 238902-01 8/20-9/10 Class Code: 238902-02 9/17-10/8 Class Code: 238902-03 10/15-11/5 PILATES REFORMER A challenging workout that practice pilates movements on a spring weight machine. Class is tailored to your specific level and needs, and includes a lot of individualized attention. Great for those who have never practiced on a reformer machine before or for continuing students.

Instructor: ATY Instructor Location: Addicted To Yoga 13751 Roswell Suite E, Chino Ages: 18+ Fee: $95/4 weeks Day: W 6:30-7:20pm Class Code: 238904-01 8/23-9/13 Class Code: 238904-02 9/20-10/11 Class Code: 238904-03 10/18-11/8 LINE DANCING Learn basic steps used in line dancing! Have fun toning and strengthening your body while dancing to a variety of music. No partner is needed for this fun class! Beginning Instructor: Jimmye Thies Location: Chino Hills Community Center 14250 Peyton Drive Ages: 18+ Fee: $72/11 weeks Day: Th 7:30-9:00pm Class Code: 239701-02 9/7-11/16 Intermediate Instructor: Jimmye Thies Location: McCoy Equestrian & Rec Center 14280 Peyton Drive Ages: 18+ Fee: $72/11 weeks Day: Tu 7:30-9:00pm Class Code: 239701-01 9/12-11/21 Apply to be a Contracted Class Instructor with the City of Chino Hills today! If you have a recreational hobby or skill that you think would benefit the Chino Hills Community and isn’t already being offered in the City of Chino Hills Recreation Guide, go to www.chinohills.org/ Instructor to download the application.

Want to Teach? Pickle Ball Drop-in Games! (all equipment provided) Grand Ave Park 1301 Grand Ave. Mondays 4:00-6:00pm Wednesdays 5:00-7:00pm Fridays 9:00-11:00am For more information, call (909) 548-4942

34 (909) 364-2700 ADULT ADULT SOCCER LEAGUE It’s time for your team to kick it into high gear in our full field, 11 v 11 league. Leagues available are Men’s 30+, Women’s 30+, Women’s 18+ and Coed 30+ on various days and nights. Team rosters are limited to a minimum of 10 players and a maximum of 22. League fees include 6 weeks of game play, official fees, and team awards. Awards will be given to the 1st and 2nd place team in each division. Adult Soccer Leagues Women’s 30+Thursday Evenings Coed 30+ Friday Evenings Men’s 30+ Sunday Mornings/Afternoons Women’s 18+ Sunday Evenings Adult Soccer Registration Information Priority Registration (Summer, 2017 teams only): August 21 – September 17, 2017 Open registration (New and returning teams): September 18 – October 5 (or until league is full) Games will begin the week of October 5.

Adult Soccer Fees $30 for Residents $40 for Non-Residents All players are required to bring a valid photo ID with birth date to all games for check-in.

SPORTS GOLF LESSONS The lessons have been specifically designed to help students grasp the fundamentals of the golf swing and short game. Range balls and the use of golf clubs are included. Instructor: Los Serranos Golf Staff Location: Los Serranos Country Club 15656 Yorba Avenue Ages: 16+ Fee: $109/6 weeks Day: W 6:00-7:00pm Class Code: 239101-01 9/13-10/18 Day: Sa 9:00-10:00am Class Code: 239102-01 9/16-10/21 Day: Su 5:00-6:00pm Class Code: 239103-01 9/10-10/15 SEMI PRIVATE ADULT BEGINNING TENNIS LESSONS Beginning adult players now have a class all to themselves! This class will give students, new to the game, an opportunity to learn in a friendly and fun atmosphere with 2-4 students per coach.

Students will learn from the ground up how to play a sport that can bring benefits of fitness and friendship for years to come.

Instructor: Tennis Anyone Staff Location: Ayala High School 14255 Peyton Drive Day: M 7:45-8:45pm Ages: 18+ Fee: $99/4 weeks Class Code: 231095-01 9/11-10/2 Ages: 18+ Fee: $124/5 weeks Class Code: 231095-02 10/9-11/6 Class Code: 231095-03 11/13-12/11 SEMI PRIVATE ADULT INT/ADV TENNIS LESSONS Adult players that can already keep a rally going from baseline with proper form will benefit from this clinic. Adult players of all levels will benefit from our unique clinics. The Adult Academy gives the “big kids” an opportunity to work on improving their skills, while getting a work out, making new friends, and having fun.

Students will learn the basic strokes as well as training in the more advanced areas of the game.

Instructor: Tennis Anyone Staff Location: Ayala High School 14255 Peyton Drive Day: W 7:45-8:45pm Ages: 18+ Fee: $99/4 weeks Class Code: 231097-01 9/13-10/4 Ages: 18+ Fee: $124/5 weeks Class Code: 231097-02 10/11-11/8 Class Code: 231097-03 11/15-12/13 ADULT VOLLEYBALL LESSONS Join fellow volleyball enthusiasts or find out why they are drawn to the sport. Ignite is an indoor volleyball venue. Teams are formed evenly from the groups of players joining in that night’s fun. A $5 material fee is due to the instructor. An additional waiver must be signed for the Ignite Volleyball Facility Venue.

Additional fees may apply.

Instructor: Brad Brown Location: Community Park 3280 Eucalyptus Drive Ages: 15+ Fee: $54/4 weeks Day: M 6:00-6:55pm Class Code: 233401-01 8/21-9/18 INDOOR ADULT OPEN PLAY VOLLEYBALL Join fellow volleyball enthusiasts or find out why they are drawn to the sport. Ignite is an indoor volleyball venue. Teams are formed evenly from the groups of players joining in that night’s fun. A $5 material fee is due to the instructor. An additional waiver must be signed for the Ignite Volleyball Facility Venue. Additional fees may apply.

Instructor: Brad Brown Location: Ignite Volleyball 13691 Benson Ave., Chino Ages: 15+ Fee: $64/10 weeks Day: M 7:15-9:00pm Class Code: 231098-01 9/11-11/13 NON- RESIDENT FEE A $5 per contract class fee will apply to all non-residents.

A $10 non-resident fee will apply to Adult Soccer, Aquatics, and Day Camp, as reflected in the class fee. A non-resident fee may apply to special events.

35 chinohills.org/RecOnline ACTIVE ADULT Special Interest Groups offer the opportunity for people with shared interests to socialize in an informal setting. It is not a class and there will be no formal instruction. Join the fun! If you have a recommendation and/or would like to offer a different Special Interest Group, please contact the Active Adults Coordinator at the Chino Hills Community Center. Location: Chino Hills Community Center 14250 Peyton Drive Ages: 50+ yrs Fee: FREE BOOKWORMS Enhance the pleasure of reading in a forum for an open exchange of ideas on selected works of literature.

Day: 1st Monday of each month Time: 10:00 a.m. KNIT & STITCH Use needle art as a means toward philanthropic opportunities. Day: Every Thursday Time: 10:00 a.m. SCRAP BOOKING Preserve family history through scrap booking or card making! Day: 3rd Monday of each month Time: 9:00 a.m. LEARN HOW TO PLAY PARTY BRIDGE Come learn how to play the game of bridge while making friends. Day: Every Monday Time: 9:00-11:00 a.m. PINOCHLE Come play a unique card game and meet friends! Day: Every Wednesday Time: 10:00 a.m. SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS Line Dance Luncheon City of Chino Hills invites Active Adults 50+ to attend...

Friday, September 15th 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. $8.00 No Refunds. All Sales Final. Wear your boots and enjoy dancing, lunch, and good company!

Subscribe to “Active Adults 50+” to be notified on the latest events! www.chinohills.org/enotify ACTIVE ADULTS 50+ PROGRAMMING Free Drop-In Program M-F 8:00am-2:00pm Chino Hills Community Center 14250 Peyton Drive Check out our website for more information at www.chinohills.org/ ActiveAdults or call the Community Center at (909) 364-2826.

36 (909) 364-2700 ACTIVE ADULT ENRICHMENT ESSENTIAL OILS Attend our specialty Essential oil workshops to learn remedies, recipes, and essential oil protocols for specific ailments such as High blood pressure, High Cholesterol, & Joint pain.

Instructor: ATY Staff Location: Addicted To Yoga 13751 Roswell Suite E, Chino Ages: 18+ Fee: $10 Day: W 6:30-7:30pm Class Code: 238907-01 8/30 Class Code: 238907-02 9/27 Class Code: 238907-03 10/25 MEDICARE: STEP BY STEP This class reveals the mysteries of the medicare system and is great for anyone soon-to-be or recently eligible for medicare. Learn the steps to get started, what to expect and what benefits you are entitled to. A minimum of 5 participants is required. Instructor: Inter Valley Health Plan Location: Chino Hills Community Center 14250 Peyton Drive Ages: 60+ Free Day: Tu 2:00-4:00pm Class Code: 240002-01 10/24 Class Code: 240002-02 12/12 INTRO TO COMPUTERS & INTERNET Whether you want to learn the basic office computing skills or experience the useful Microsoft Word application, this class will teach you how to make the first step.

Students will receive hands-on practice for Word Processing techniques to make letters, publications, and fliers as well as surfing online for learning how to use the search engines. A $10 material fee is due to the instructor on the first day of class. Instructor: Alan Ng Location: Chino Hills Community Center 14250 Peyton Drive Ages: 18+ Fee: $126/6 weeks Day: W 11:00am-12:00pm Class Code: 240501-01 9/27-11/1 Class Code: 240501-02 11/8-12/13 ACTIVE ADULT 50+ SEASONAL CLASS - DECORATE AUTUMN MASON JARS Come decorate mason jars to fit your Fall décor! All supplies will be provided. Instructor: City Staff Recreation Location: Community Center 14250 Peyton Drive Ages: 50+ Fee: $10 Day: Tu 10:00-11:30am Class Code: 244004-01 9/26 DANCE & FITNESS BEGINNING YOGA FOR ACTIVE ADULTS 50+ Improve flexibility and movement with this very gentle and calm yoga class just for you.

Great for those who have never done yoga before, have difficulty moving or sleeping, and would like to maintain good health. Great for those with injuries or special conditions. Make sure to wear comfortable clothes. No class on 9/4.

Instructor: Addicted to Yoga Staff Location: Chino Hills Community Center 14250 Peyton Drive Ages: 50+ Fee: $40/4 weeks Day: M 10:15-11:15am Class Code: 244901-01 8/21-9/18 Class Code: 244901-02 9/25-10/16 Class Code: 244901-03 10/23-11/13 EASY FIT Whether you’re a beginner, significantly over weight, or otherwise physically restricted, you can’t go wrong with this fun, easy-to- follow cardio, strength and stretch total body workout. It’s safe, effective, convenient an “Easy Fit,” you’ll love it! Please bring water, mat, and hand weights to class.

Instructor: Annette Ware Location: Chino Hills Community Center 14250 Peyton Drive Day: W 10:00-10:45am Ages: 18+ Fee: $45/6 weeks Class Code: 280995-01 9/6-10/11 Ages: 18+ Fee: $59/8 weeks Class Code: 280995-02 10/18-12/6 ACTIVE ADULTS 50+ LINE DANCING Learn basic steps used in line dancing! Have fun toning and strengthening your body while dancing to a variety of music.

No partner is needed for this fun class! Instructor: Jimmye Thies Location: Chino Hills Community Center 14250 Peyton Drive Ages: 50+ Fee: $72/11 weeks Day: W 9:30-11:30am Class Code: 239702-01 9/13-11/22 ZUMBA GOLD Basic Zumba moves and a low impact class for adults of all fitness levels. This class addresses the anatomical, physiological, and psychological needs specific to the population. Be prepared to have fun and dance! Bring water and towel to each class. No class 10/31, 11/11, 11/23 & 11/25.

Instructor: Margie James Location: Chino Hills Community Center 14250 Peyton Drive Day: Tu 9:30-10:20am Ages: 18+ Fee: $48/7 weeks Class Code: 234705-01 9/5-10/17 Ages: 18+ Fee: $41/6 weeks Class Code: 234705-02 10/24-12/5 Day: Th 4:25-5:15pm Ages: 18+ Fee: $48/7 weeks Class Code: 234702-01 9/7-10/19 Ages: 18+ Fee: $41/6 weeks Class Code: 234702-02 10/26-12/7 Ages: 18+ Fee: $41/6 weeks Day: Sa 10:30-11:20am Class Code: 234707-01 9/9-10/14 Class Code: 234707-02 10/21-12/9

37 City of Chino Hills Facilities Chino Hills Community Center Grand Avenue Park Mystic Canyon Community Building Mc Coy Equestrian Center Chino Hills Government Center The 17,000 s.f.

Chino Hills Community Center is located in the heart of the City on Peyton Drive. This state-of-the-art facility features the largest banquet hall in Chino Hills with access to a lovely outdoor patio, expansive lawn, and gazebo. City classes and activities, community meetings, events, weddings, social gatherings, and training sessions are hosted at this multi-use building. The 20-acre McCoy Equestrian & Recreation Center is located on Peyton Drive and includes the McCoy Residence, McCoy Barn, a gazebo, and three arenas. This venue is perfect for western-themed events, weddings, banquets, seminars, horse shows, and more.

The 12-acre Grand Avenue Park features a 910 s.f. community building, tennis courts, hockey rinks, soccer fields, walking trails, and a large picnic gazebo with four tables near the playground. A 986 s.f. community room at the James S. Thalman Chino Hills Branch Library is available for meetings, seminars, and small events. The room is located at the entrance to the library and includes a small kitchen area. Mystic Canyon Community Building is located at Mystic Canyon Park. The 1,016 s.f. facility is ideal for small gatherings or events. A “tiny tot” playground and kid-sized picnic tables are fenced separately with the building.

Mystic Canyon Park features a playground and two basketball half courts. 14250 Peyton Drive 14280 Peyton Drive 1301 Grand Avenue 14000 City Center Drive 6424 Mystic Canyon Drive (909) 364-2700 (909) 548-0868 (909) 364-2826 (909) 364-2700 (909) 364-2700 Sleepy Hollow Community Building The two-story Sleepy Hollow Community Building is located in the historic Sleepy Hollow community of Carbon Canyon. It features a small conference room on the first floor and a 1,200 s.f. community room with a balcony on the second floor. Parking is limited.

16801 Rosemary Lane (909) 364-2700 Facility Rentals… A wide variety of rental spaces are available for meetings, weddings, corporate and community events. Reservations are accepted at the Chino Hills Community Center and at City Hall in the Recreation Division. Visit www.chinohills.org/Facilities or contact the facilities directly by telephone.

(909) 364-2700 Chino Hills 4721 Sapphire Road YOUR PARKS & FACILITIES At a Glance The City of Chino Hills features 43 parks, five community facilities, and 48 miles of trails. It is the mission of the City, in partnership with the community, to continue to develop and maintain the aesthetic beauty of the City, while fostering a safe and family-oriented environment.

• More information on community facilities is available on page 37. Reserve a covered picnic gazebo for your next party or gathering!... The City has eight parks with covered picnic gazebos. Gazebo reservations must be completed, in person, at the Chino Hills Community Center or at City Hall, Recreation Office. For more information and reservation times please visit www.chinohills.org/Gazebo or call the Recreation Office at (909) 364-2700. 38

chinohills.org/RecOnline 1. Alterra Park 4921 Soquel Canyon Parkway 2. Autumn Hill Park 2119 Founders Drive 3. Big League Dreams Chino Hills Sports Park 16333 Fairfield Ranch Road 4. Butterfield Park 17671 Mystic Canyon Drive 5. Calle San Marcos Park 2659 Norte Vista Drive 6. Chino Hills Community Center 14250 Peyton Drive 7. Chino Hills Community Park 3280 Eucalyptus Avenue 8. Chino Hills Government Center 14000 City Center Drive (City Hall, Library, Police & Fire) 9. Chino Hills Skate Park 16333 Fairfield Ranch Road 10. Cinnamon Park 15580 Linden Lane 11. Covington Park 15138 Monterey Avenue 12.

Crossroads Park 2765 Chino Hills Parkway 13. Danbury Park 15701Fairfield Ranch Road 14. English Springs Park 2201 Grand Avenue 15. Eucalyptus Nature Park 3565 Valle Vista Drive 16. Fairfield Ranch Park 16333 Fairfield Ranch Road 17. Glenmeade Park 15055 Oakwood Lane 18. Grand Ave Park & Community Building 1301 Grand Avenue 19. Hickory Creek Nature Park 15445 Rolling Ridge Drive 20. Hidden Hills Park 2000 Rancho Hills Drive 21. Hilltop Park 15234 Pine Lane 22. Hollow Run Nature Park 15959 Peyton Drive 23. Hope for the Hills Park 1999 Avenida Cabrillo 24. Hunters Hill Park 6070 Natalie Road 25.

McCoy Equestrian & Recreation Center 14280 Peyton Drive 26. Meadows Park 6266 Butterfield Ranch Road 27. Morningfield Park 13250 Lost Trail Drive 28. Morningside Park 15259 Morningside Drive 29. Mystic Canyon Park & Community Building 6424 Mystic Canyon Drive 30. Oak Ridge Park 15444 Valle Vista Drive 31. Overlook Park 2861 Woodview Road 32. Pinehurst Park 5800 Park Drive 33. Rincon Park 16202 Pinehurst Drive 34. Skyview Park 3200 Olympic View Drive 35. Sleepy Hollow Community Building 16801 Rosemary Lane 36. Strickling Nature Park 3670 Aspen Lane 37. Sunset Park 1510 Rancho Hills Drive 38.

Sycamore Glenn Park 1952 Sycamore Glenn 39. Terrace Park 1531 Morning Terrace Drive 40. Torrey Pines Park 5011 Torrey Pines Drive 41. Valle Vista Park 15636 Valle Vista Drive 42. Vellano Park 16321 Aviano Lane 43. Veterans Park 14877 Eucalyptus Avenue 44. Vila Borba Park 17001 Amadora Drive 45. Walnut Creek Nature Park 14214 Walnut Creek Drive 46. Western Hills Park 16230 Canon Lane PARKS & FACILITIES G A Z E B O ( S ) P I C N I C A R E A T E N N I S C O U R T ( S ) P L A Y G R O U N D B A S K E T B A L L C O U R T ( S ) O U T D O O R F I T N E S S S T A T I O N S B A S E B A L L F I E L D ( S ) V O L L E Y B A L L C O U R T R E S T R O O M S B B Q F E A T U R E S 3 7 6 18 25 29 35 Now Open 9 39

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