October 24, 2009 11:00 A.m. - 3:00 p.m. City Hall South Lawn 400 S. Vicentia, Corona CA Fall 2009 Corona CONNECTION Your Connection to the City of Corona Public Works Update it will be necessary to reconstruct those areas. However, Sampson The City’s Public Works Department is constantly working for the Avenue will remain open during construction, but will be reduced betterment of the community by implementing infrastructure projects to one lane in each direction. Construction on Sampson Avenue is to keep our streets safe. Below are some of the Public Works projects expected to be completed in November 2009. that you may have noticed around town. The Public Works Department is dedicated to “providing quality As part of the Safe Routes to School program, the City of Corona service and infrastructure” and more information on these projects is constructing a new trafﬁc signal can be found on their department webpage at www.DiscoverCorona. at the intersection of Main Street com. and Citron Street. The installation of this trafﬁc signal will ensure that the intersection is safer for motorists and pedestrians. The signal is expected to be operational by November 2009. The Inner Circle Beginning in August, the trafﬁc Are you part of the Inner Circle? The Inner Circle is the new bi- medians on Magnolia Avenue monthly electronic publication created by the City of Corona. The at Main Street and Main Street purpose is to keep you informed of happenings in and around the at Foothill Parkway will have community. cobblestones installed to ﬁll in Sections of the e-newsletter include staying informed, upcoming some of the empty areas. In public meetings, being involved, and many other topics that help addition, construction will begin you to be part of the City’s “inner circle”. on a new raised median on Ontario Avenue between Main Street and Buena Vista Avenue. This project is expected to start construction in To read and sign-up for this exciting new publication, visit www. August and be completed by November 2009. InnerCircleCorona.com today! Pavement rehabilitation is an on- going Public Works project to resurface the streets with asphalt Corona Animal Shelter and slurry that utilizes the rubber The City of Corona Animal from old tires. The most noticeable Shelter is dedicated to project will be the resurfacing helping lost, stray, or of Sixth Street from West Grand homeless animals and Avenue to Paseo Grande. This keeping animals in our project will be performed during community safe. The the day and at night to minimize the Shelter, located at 608 inconvenience to businesses and motorists. Part of this project will Harrington Street, offers also include the removal dog licensing, animal of some trees along Sixth adoptions, volunteer Street that are causing opportunities, and information on pet care. signiﬁcant damage to the The Shelter has a “wish list” of needed donations that you can help pavement, sidewalks and provide. Needed donations include: gutters. The tree removal will also include the repair and replacement of the damaged sidewalks, curbs and gutters. The Sixth Street project is expected to start in July and be completed by November 2009. All donations are greatly appreciated and enhance the Shelter’s Beginning in August, Sampson Avenue will be resurfaced between ability to care for animals in the community. More information Radio Road and the easterly City Limit approximately 200 feet east of about the Shelter can be obtained at the City’s website at www. Granite Street. Portions of this road are signiﬁcantly deteriorated and DiscoverCorona.com or by contacting them at (951) 736-2309. Key to Symbols and Locations Table of Contents AAK All American Karate 405 S. Main St. (Corona Mall) ACC Auburndale Community Center, BP 1045 Auburndale Brentwood Park Saturday Trips & Tours ............................ 2 1646 Dawnridge BCL Brunswick Classic Lanes October 24 1800 Hamner Ave, Norco BVP Buena Vista Park 2515 Buena Vista Ave. 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Early Childhood ..................... 2 At City Hall South Plaza CCC Child Care Center 550 S. Vicentia CP Citrus Park 1250 Santana Way Join us for a SAFE and Youth .............................................. 6 CA Civic Auditorium 815 W. 6th St. fun day at our CAS Corona Animal Shelter Teens............................................ 11 Harvest Festival 608 E. Harrington CEN Centennial High School 1820 Rimpau Ave. CHMR City Hall Multipurpose Room 400 S. Vicentia CMC Corona Music Center 1191 Magnolia Ave. Wear your costume and play fun games Adult ............................................. 12 CPP City Park Pool For prizes and wrapped candies. 930 E. 6th St. CSS Center Stage Studio 90 W. Grand Blvd, Suite 105 Experience the Kids Zone, crafts, food Senior Services...................... 17 DL The Heart of Dos Lagos booths and more for the whole family. 2755 Lakeshore Dr. EGP Eagle Glen Park FHF 4190 Bennett Ave. Fire House Fitness ALL AGES WELCOME! Newslines ................................. 17 1640 2nd St., Norco GFR Gym Fitness Room Games for tiny tots too! Rain or shine. Getting Involved In 502 S. Vicentia (Civic Center Complex) GMR Gym Meeting Room 502 S. Vicentia GP (Civic Center Complex) Gymnastics Pacifica Game tickets will be The Community ............... 20 1830 Compton Ave. available for purchase. GTR Gym Teen Room 502 S. Vicentia GYM (Civic Center Complex) Gym Registration Information ..24 502 S. Vicentia (Civic Center Complex) HBP Hurless Barton Park 4701 Casa Loma, Yorba Linda HP Husted Park, 1200 Merrill IT Ice Town 10540 Magnolia Ave, Riverside Corona City Corporation Yard KIPS Kips Gymnastics 145 Radio Road Council Corona Parks and Parks, Trees, Landscape LP Lincoln Park Corner of Lincoln and Citron Mayor Community Services Maintenance Dist. MAI Martial Arts International, Steve Nolan Department 730 Corporation Yard Way 650 Rimpau Ave. MGP Mountain Gate Park Corona, CA 92882 3100 S. Main Street Mayor Pro Tem Director (951) 817-5728 OP Ontario Park Ontario & Via Pacifica Karen Spiegel . Gabriel P Garcia (951) 739-4990 PD Prima Dance PP 109 N. Maple, #K Promenade Park Council Members City Hall Parks and Eugene Montanez Comm. Services & RRP 615 Richey River Road Park & Comm. Center, Jason Scott Administration Recreation SC 1100 W. River Rd. Senior Center, 921 S. Belle Stan Skipworth 400 S. Vicentia Commission SRP Santana Regional Park Corona, CA 92882 598 Santana Way (951) 736-2241 Chair TDR Temescal Driving Range 23100 Temescal Canyon Rd. Fax: (951) 279-3683 Edward Carrillo TS The SPOT 522 Main Street (In Corona Mall) Office Hours: Vice-Chairperson TW Tutor Whiz Monday – Friday Brian Lenning 387 S. Magnolia VC Victoria Center 8:00am – 5:00pm 312 E. 9th Street Commissioners YD Yoga Den Mike Hickey 1035 Montecito Drive Senior Center YLCC Yorba Linda Community Center, 921 S. Belle Nancy Martin 4501 Casa Loma www.DiscoverCorona.com (951) 736-2363 Dave McDougall Yorba Linda 2 Trips & Tours/Early Childhood Trips are offered by the Parks and Community Services Department in cooperation with “Main St. Tours.” All fees are payable in full at the time of registration. Residents of Corona will receive priority Mail-in registration. Please see registration information on Page 24 for further details. No group sales of more than four people are allowed. Refunds on some trips may be granted if requested one week prior to scheduled trip and space can be filled. All return times are approximations only! All trip participants under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult. Wheel chair space may be available and is limited – please contact the office at least (1) week prior to trip to make arrangements. Tips for bus driver is not included in fee. Trips were advertised in the Summer Brochure. Registration for these trips are currently being accepted. Trips are open to all ages, unless otherwise noted and depart from the Senior Center, 921 S. Belle. All trips are subject to cancellation. Palm Springs Follies Musical Munchkins Activity #: 4100 402 Each class is an adventure in rhythmic movement, vocal exploration Day: Saturday, November 7 and creativity using “live” music (not tapes). You don’t have to be a Time: 9:30am - 7:00pm musician to enjoy this class with your 1 or 2 year old, but participation Cost: $90 resident; is a must! Children 3-5 years old participate on their own. Class is $100 non-resident for registered students only, please arrange for child care for Depart: Corona Senior Center siblings of 1’s and 2’s. Participants will receive reserved seating for the matinee performance Instructors: Cindi Richardson of the Palm Springs Follies and a printed itinerary upon boarding. Monday Instructor Shandra Carlsen Sorry, no refunds unless we can replace your reservation. Trip must Fee: $80 residents; $90 non-residents for 8 weeks have 20 participants by September 5, 2009. Classes Begin the Week of September 14 Activity # Age Days Time Location Huntington Harbour Cruise of Lights 1401 401 1 yr Mon 9:15am-10:00am VC Activity #: 4100 403 1401 402 2 yrs Mon 10:15am-11:00am VC Day: Saturday, December 19 1401 403 3-6 yrs Mon 11:15am-12:00pm VC Time: 4:00pm - 9:30pm 1401 404 1 yr Tues 9:15am-10:00am VC Cost: $66 resident; 1401 405 2 yrs Tues 10:15am-11:00am VC $76 non-resident 1401 406 3-6 yrs Tues 11:15am-12:00pm VC Depart: Corona Senior Center 1401 407 1 yr Wed 9:15am-10:00am VC Participants will enjoy dinner at Bubba Gumps in Anaheim, and then 1401 408 2 yrs Wed 10:15am-11:00am VC head to Huntington Beach where they will take a cruise around the 1401 409 3-6 yrs Wed 11:15am-12:00pm VC harbour to view the lights. Sorry, no refunds unless we can replace 1401 410 1 yr Thurs 9:15am-10:00am VC your reservation. Trip must have 20 participants by November 13, 2009. 1401 411 2 yrs Thurs 10:15am-11:00am VC Mini School Pre-K Learning Center Class is designed to prepare your child socially, emotionally, and academically for kindergarten. Children are engaged in learning through hands-on activities including crafts, music, science and physical Hooray For Pre-K! movement. Children will meet the “Alpha Friends”, grasp pre-reading This class is for children that are ready for a classroom atmosphere. and writing skills and recognize letters, sounds and site words. Pre- Class will build upon fundamental skills. Explore with science and math activities will be included. Pack a lunch and dress for fun! Parents basics of math and number recognition. Letter recognition and are required to volunteer once during the session. A $25 material fee is phonics all through fun crafts and educational songs. Child must be required; payable to the instructor at the first class. potty-trained and ready to attend class without parent. Parents are Instructor: Ginger Johnson-Reyes required to volunteer twice during the session. Please bring a healthy Fee: $185 residents; $195 non-residents for 6 lunch for your child. A $25 material fee is required; payable to the weeks instructor at the first class. Session 1-Class Meets September 14-October 21 Instructor: Mandi Warchuck Activity # Age Days Time Location Fee: $150 residents; $160 non-residents for 8 weeks 1241 401 4-5 yrs Mon/Wed 9:00am-12:30pm RRP Class Begins September 14 Session 2-Class Meets October 26-December 7 (No Class November 11) Activity # Age Days Time Location Activity # Age Days Time Location 1214 401 3-4 yrs Mon/Wed 9:30am-11:30am BP 1241 402 4-5 yrs Mon/Wed 9:00am-12:30pm RRP Early Childhood 3 Fun Fridays Happy Days Class will help your child develop friendships while having fun with A fun day for your child to come and play (without parents) and meet arts and crafts, storytelling, free play and more! Child must be potty new friends! Class will include crafts, games, stories, music and more! trained. Please pack a lunch for your child. Parents are required to Children must be potty trained. Parents must volunteer one time during volunteer once during the session. A $25 material fee is required; the session. Please pack a healthy lunch for your child. A $20 material payable to the instructor at the first class. fee is required; payable to the instructor at the first class. Instructor: Rose Solis Instructor: Mona Tritz Fee: $160 residents; $170 non-residents for 8 weeks Fee: $85 residents; $95 non-residents for 6 weeks Class Begins September 18 Class Begins September 16 Activity # Age Days Time Location Activity # Age Days Time Location 1239 401 3-5 yrs Fri 9:30am-1:30pm ACC 1234 401 3-5 yrs Wed 9:00am-12:00pm VC Creative Kids Little Elves Holiday Great class for children and parents who love crafts! Let your child We will make fun crafts; sing songs and share stories with a holiday make a mess in class instead of your home. We will make 3-4 crafts theme. Parent volunteers are not required for this class. Snack will each week. Children will use their imagination and work at their own be provided. Children must be potty trained and ready to attend pace. Come dressed for a mess please. A $15 material fee is required, class without a parent. A $25 material fee is required; payable to the payable to the instructor at the first class. instructor at the first class. Instructor: Mona Tritz Instructor: Kathy Lascano Fee: $65 residents; $75 non-residents for 8 weeks Fee: $60 residents; $70 non-residents for 2 weeks Class Begins September 15 Class Begins December 1 Activity # Age Days Time Location Activity # Age Days Time Location 1503 401 2-5 yrs Tues 9:00am-9:45am VC 1240 401 3-5 yrs Tues/Thurs 9:30am- 12:30pm GTR Kinder Korner Parent/Child Playgroup This fun, creative class offers your child the fundamental skills they Music, crafts, stories and exercises for your developing child. Enjoy friendships need to be successful in kindergarten. Your child will explore letter with other parents while improving your parenting skills. A $15 material fee is recognition/sounds, math concepts, reading and pre-writing skills required, payable to the Instructor at the first class. Class # 1203 401 is for through songs, arts & crafts, games and learning centers. Parents Parent/Child & siblings, every child must be registered. are required to volunteer once during the session. Child must be Instructor: Mona Tritz potty trained and 4 years old by the starting date of class. Your child Fee: $65 residents; $75 non-residents for 8 weeks must be ready to attend class without parents. A $25 material fee is Classes Begin the Week of September 15 required, payable to the instructor at the first class. Please pack a Activity # Age Days Time Location lunch for your child. 1203 401 1-4 yrs Tues 10:30am-11:30am VC Instructor: Kathy Lascano 1203 402 2-3 yrs Thurs 10:30am-11:30am VC Fee: $200 residents; $210 non-residents for 8 weeks Classes Begin the week of September 14 “We Are Special” Activity # Age Days Time Location Your child will grow socially and emotionally as they explore their 1210 401 4-5 yrs Mon/Wed 8:20am-11:20am GTR individual creativity through music, games, storytelling and much 1210 402 4-5 yrs Tues/Thurs 9:30am-12:30pm GTR more. Please pack a lunch for your child and dress them for fun! Parents are required to volunteer once during the session. A $25 Instructor: Diana Miljour material fee is required; payable to the instructor at the first class. Fee: $200 residents; $210 non-residents for 4 weeks Instructor: Ginger Johnson-Reyes Session 1-Class Meets September 1-25 Fee: $175 residents; $185 non-residents for 10 weeks Class Begins September 18 Activity # Age Days Time Location Activity # Age Days Time Location 1210 403 4-5 yrs Tues/Thurs/Fri 9:00am-1:00pm BP 1235 401 4-5 yrs Fri 9:00am-12:30pm RRP Session 2-Class Meets September 29-October 23 Activity # Age Days Time Location 1210 404 4-5 yrs Tues/Thurs/Fri 9:00am-1:00pm BP Session 3-Class Meets October 27-November 20 Activity # Age Days Time Location 1210 405 4-5 yrs Tues/Thurs/Fri 9:00am-1:00pm BP 4 Early Childhood Santa’s Little Helpers This is a great class to make holiday crafts. We will sing, read, make crafts and play. Your child will have fun while you get a chance to Music & Dance do some holiday shopping. Parent volunteers are not required. All About Dance Snacks will be provided. A $25 material fee is required; payable to the instructor at the first class. Child must be potty trained. As your child steps onto the dance floor, they will set forth on a journey into theatre. Class is taught in a magical story form. Ballet, tap and jazz Instructor: Diana Miljour are taught through inspiration of music. Development of positive self- Fee: $100 residents; $110 non-residents for 2 weeks esteem and reassurance are emphasized. Students should arrive in Class Begins December 1 dance wear. Pink leather ballet shoes for girls and black ballet shoes Activity # Age Days Time Location for boys. Black tap shoes are required for boys and girls. Parents are 1209 401 4-5 yrs Tues/Thurs/Fri 9:00am-1:00pm BP encouraged to stay and watch their children. For further information please contact Ms. Dee Dee at (909) 374-0588. Smarty Pants Instructor: Dee Dee Kaplan Fee: $40 residents; $50 non-residents for 4 weeks Learn fun ways to teach your child letters, numbers and colors. Enjoy crafts, games, music and snack while meeting new friends! Parents Class Begins September 10 must participate with child. A $15 material fee is required; payable to Activity # Age Days Time Location the instructor at the first class. 1103 401 3½ -5 yrs Thurs 3:00pm-3:45pm GFR Instructor: Mona Tritz Fee: $65 residents; $75 non-residents for 8 weeks Pre-Ballet/Tap Class Begins September 17 Introduction to the fundamentals of ballet and tap, development of motor Activity # Age Days Time Location skills, musical rhythms and individual creativity. Girls wear a light colored 1220 401 2-3 yrs Thurs 9:00am-10:00am VC leotard, pink tights, pink ballet shoes and black tap shoes. Boys wear a t-shirt and shorts. A $3 material fee for tap elastics is required, payable to the Instructor at the first class. For further information please contact Center Stage Studio at (951) 736-9866. Instructors: Center Stage Studio Staff Fee: $96 residents; $106 non-residents for 8 weeks Classes Begin the Week of September 14 Activity # Age Days Time Location 1107 401 Beg. 4 ½-7 yrs Mon 5:15pm-6:00pm CSS 1107 402 Beg. 4 ½-7 yrs Sat 9:15am-10:00am CSS Big Stuff Baby Musical Munchkins A special class created just for parent and toddler. Big Stuff will give An enjoyable experience for child and adult. Each class is filled with your child a base to learn interaction and share with others. Letters, singing, beat keeping, movement, instruments, props, puppets, numbers, shapes and colors will be introduced through fun learning tickles and bounces. Class is for registered child only. Please and crafts. A $20 material fee is required; payable to the instructor. arrange child care for siblings. Instructor: Mandi Warchuck Instructor: Cindi Richardson Fee: $65 residents; $75 non-residents for 8 weeks Fee: $80 residents; $90 non-residents for 8 weeks Class Begins September 15 Class Begins September 17 Activity # Age Days Time Location Activity # Age Days Time Location 1212 401 1-2 yrs Tues 9:30am-10:30am RRP 1202 401 6-11 mos Thurs 11:15am-12:00pm VC Rudolph’s Reindeer Games! Dance Exploration Join in some “reindeer” games this holiday season! Have fun making Dance technique in Tap, Ballet, Jazz and creative movement. holiday ornaments and crafts, even decorate a festive cookie. Parents are Students will learn a dance routine to perform for parents on the last welcome to stay and help but not required. Bring a lunch and dress for fun! day. Leotard, tights, Tap and ballet shoes are required. A $15 material fee is required; payable to the instructor at the first class. Instructor: Prima Dance Staff Instructor: Ginger Johnson-Reyes Fee: $82 residents; $92 non-residents for 8 weeks Fee: $40 residents; $50 non-residents for 1 day workshop Classes Begin the Week of September 16 Class meets December 5 Activity # Age Days Time Location Activity # Age Days Time Location 1105 401 3-4 yrs Wed 10:00am-11:00am PD 2517 401 4-7 yrs Sat 9:00am-1:00pm RRP 1105 402 3-4 yrs Thurs 10:00am-11:00am PD Early Childhood 5 All About Dance Fall Production Kid’s Yoga As your child steps on to the dance floor, they will set forth on a journey This class explores basic standing and seated poses, breathing, and into theatre. Ballet, tap and jazz are taught through the inspiration of safe inversions. Please wear comfortable clothing. Do not eat 1 ½ music. In addition, students will learn song and dance routines that hours prior to class. No need to purchase mats prior to first class. they will perform in a professional production at the end of the session. Instructors: Yoga Den Staff Parents are encouraged to stay and watch their child’s self-esteem, Fee: $58 residents; $68 non-residents for 8 weeks theatre knowledge, and dance ability flourish. Tap and Ballet shoes are Class Begins September 16 required. There may be a few extra rehearsals scheduled. Production Activity # Age Days Time Location ticket fee $12. Everyone must purchase 8 tickets. A costume fee of $75 is required; payable to the instructor at the first of class. A $25 production 2303 401 4-12 yrs Wed 4:30pm-5:30pm YD fee is required, payable to the instructor the second week of class. For further details please call Ms. Dee Dee at (909) 374-0588. Little Dragon Karate Instructor: Dee Dee Kaplan Class will teach discipline, build self confidence and coordination. Fee: $100 residents; $110 non-residents for 10 weeks This class will teach children to learn to focus and stay on task. Class Begins October 8 (No Class November 26) Uniform included in the fee for new students. Activity # Age Days Time Location Instructor/Sensei: Monton Roeksbutr 1103 402 3 ½ -5 yrs Thurs 3:00pm- 3:45pm GFR & Staff Fee: $45 residents; $55 non-residents for 4 weeks Musical Munchkins Holiday Concert Classes Begin the Week of September 14 This class will help prepare your child for a holiday concert. Children Activity # Age Days Time Location participating in this class will be required to have been enrolled in at 1604 401 4 yrs-4 yrs 11 mos Mon/Wed 4:30pm-5:00pm MAI least one session of Musical Munchkins prior to the concert class. The concert will be held on December 12th. The rehearsal will be held 1604 402 4 yrs-4 yrs 11 mos Tues/Thurs 4:00pm-4:30pm MAI on December 11th. More information to follow. Any questions please call Musical Munchkins at (951) 789-2082. Mommy & Me Ice Skating Instructor: Cindie Richardson This is an introductory class that will teach you & your child all the Fee: $60 residents; $70 non-residents for 3 weeks basics of ice-skating through fun & games in a relaxed atmosphere! Classes Begin the Week of November 24 Dress warm, helmet & protective gear is recommended. But not Activity # Age Days Time Location required. Skate all day for FREE on the day of class. 1403 401 2 yrs Tues 9:15am-10:00am VC Instructor: Ice Town Staff 1403 402 2 yrs Tues 10:15am-11:00am VC Fee: $78 residents; $88 non-residents for 6 weeks 1403 403 3-6 yrs Tues 11:15am-12:00pm VC Class Begins September 16 1403 404 3-6 yrs Tues 12:15pm-1:00pm VC Activity # Age Days Time Location 1303 401 3-6 yrs Wed 11:30am- 12:00pm IT Sports & Fitness Parent/Tot Gymnastics Tot/Super Tot Gymnastics This positive experience will help develop coordination and social Spend quality time with your child while enjoying a hands on experience interaction in a fun and safe atmosphere. Children must wear a leotard in gymnastics. An obstacle course and gymnastics equipment are or shorts and a T-shirt. No jewelry allowed! Awards will be given at utilized in a fun, safe, and organized environment. Children must be the end of session. Release form must be brought to first class. A $5 at least 18 months at the beginning of the session. Children must insurance fee is required, payable to Kips at first class. Child must be wear a leotard or shorts and a t-shirt. No jewelry allowed! Awards will potty trained and 3 years old at the beginning of the session. be given at the end of each session. A $5 insurance fee is required, payable to Kips at the first class. Instructors: Kips Gymnastics Staff Instructors: Kips Gymnastics Staff Fee: $84 residents; $94 non-residents for 8 weeks Fee: $80 residents; $90 non-residents for 8 weeks Classes Begin the Week of September 22 Classes Begin the Week of September 22 Activity # Age Days Time Location Activity # Age Days Time Location 1602 401 3-4 yrs Tues 9:00am-10:00am KIPS 1601 401 18 mos-3 yrs Tues 10:00am-10:45am KIPS 1602 402 3-4 yrs Thurs 9:00am-10:00am KIPS 1601 402 18 mos-3 yrs Tues 11:00am-11:45am KIPS 1602 403 3-4 yrs Fri 11:00am-12:00pm KIPS 1601 403 18 mos-3 yrs Thurs 9:00am-9:45am KIPS 1602 404 3-4 yrs Sat 12:30pm-1:30pm KIPS 1601 404 18 mos-3 yrs Fri 10:00am-10:45am KIPS 1602 405 5-6 yrs Thurs 9:00am-10:00am KIPS 1601 405 18 mos-3 yrs Fri 11:00am-11:45am KIPS 1602 406 5-6 yrs Fri 10:00am-11:00am KIPS 1601 406 18 mos-3 yrs Sat 12:30pm-1:15pm KIPS 1602 407 5-6 yrs Sat 12:30pm-1:30pm KIPS 6 Early Childhood / Youth Pee Wee Karate This is a great beginner class for the younger child. Through Karate, children learn self-confidence, self-discipline and gain self esteem. Music & Dance Uniform included in the fee. Drama 4 Kids Instructor: John Lipari This class is for all those bright little super stars. Your child’s Fee: $45 residents; $55 non-residents for 4 weeks imagination is where we start as we explore all the realms of acting Classes Begin the Week of September 14 through the use of props, crafts, games and improvisation. For further Activity # Age Days Time Location information please contact Ms. Dee Dee at (909) 374-0588. Instructor: Dee Dee Kaplan 1603 401 Beg. 3 ½-4 yrs Mon 11:00am-12:00pm AAK Fee for Session 1: $40 residents; $50 non-residents for 4 weeks 1603 402 Beg. 3 ½-4 yrs Thurs 11:00am-12:00pm AAK Fee for Session 2: $60 residents; $70 non-residents for 6 weeks 1603 403 Beg. 3 ½-4 yrs Thurs 3:00pm-4:00pm AAK Session 1-Class Meets September 10-October 1 1603 404 Beg. 3 ½-4 yrs Sat 11:00am-12:00pm AAK Activity # Age Days Time Location 1603 405 Beg. 3 ½-4 yrs Sat 12:00pm-1:00pm AAK 2113 401 6-8 yrs Thurs 6:00pm-7:00pm ACC Session 2-Class Meets October 8-November 12 Pee Wee Bowling Activity # Age Days Time Location Shoes and use of a house ball are provided. Each child will receive a 2113 402 6-8 yrs Thurs 6:00pm-7:00pm ACC certificate of completion and a coupon for 5 free games. Instructors: Brunswick Classic Lanes Staff All About Dance Fall Production Fee: $20 residents; $30 non-residents for 4 weeks As your child steps on to the dance floor, they will set forth on a journey Session 1-Class Meets September 19-October 10 into theatre. Ballet, tap and jazz are taught through the inspiration of Activity # Age Days Time Location music. In addition, students will learn song and dance routines that 1605 401 3-7 yrs Sat 9:30am-10:15am BCL they will perform in a professional production at the end of the session. Session 2-Class Meets October 17-November 14 Development of positive self-esteem and reassurance are emphasized. (No Class October 31) Parents are encouraged to stay and watch their child’s self-esteem, theatre knowledge, and dance ability flourish. Black jazz and tap shoes Activity # Age Days Time Location are required. There may be a few extra rehearsals scheduled. Production 1605 402 3-7 yrs Sat 9:30am-10:15am BCL ticket fee $12. Everyone must purchase 8 tickets. A costume fee of $75 is required; payable to the instructor at the first of class. A $25 production Learning Center fee is required, payable to the instructor the second week of class. For further details please call Ms. Dee Dee at (909) 374-0588. Instructor: Dee Dee Kaplan Tutor Classes Fee: $100 residents; $110 non-residents for 10 weeks Each class will help to motivate your child and increase self- Class Begins October 8 (No Class November 26) confidence. Your child will learn while having fun! A $15 curriculum Activity # Age Days Time Location fee is required, payable to the instructor at the first class. 2103 403 6-8 yrs Thurs 4:00pm-4:45pm GFR Instructors: Tutor Whiz Staff 2103 404 9-15 yrs Thurs 4:45pm-5:30pm GFR Fee: $49 residents; $59 non-residents for 3 weeks Classes Meet October 3-17 Beginning Piano/Theory Activity # Age Days Time Location Encourage your child’s musical growth through piano! Follow Writing Composition along with a National Guild teacher from level 1: middle C & low 2203 401 6-18 yrs Sat 11:30am-12:15pm TW C positions, to level 2: G position and much more. A $25 material Reading Comprehension fee is required for level 1 students; payable to the instructor at the first class. Everyone is invited to our annual Spring and Fall recitals. 2204 401 5-16 yrs Sat 9:00am-9:45am TW Keyboards are recommended. Phonics Fun Instructor: Cheryl Ueno 2201 401 4-11 yrs Sat 9:00am-9:45am TW Fee: $85 residents; $95 non-residents for 10 weeks Cat 6 & Sat Prep Classes Begin the Week of September 17 2207 401 7-18 yrs Sat 11:30am-12:15pm TW Activity # Age Days Time Location Math Mania 2102 401 Level 1, 7-10 yrs Thurs 3:30pm-4:30pm VC 2202 401 5-11 yrs Sat 10:15am-11:00am TW 2102 402 Level 2, 7-10 yrs Thurs 4:30pm-5:30pm VC Algebra 2102 403 Level 1, 4-7 yrs Sat 9:30am-10:30am VC 2206 401 12-18 yrs Sat 10:15am-11:00am TW 2102 404 Level 2, 4-10 yrs Sat 10:30am-11:30am VC For information on additional sessions, please call (951) 255-9055 2102 405 Level 1, 7-10 yrs Sat 11:30am-12:30pm VC Youth 7 All About Dance Baton Twirling “Fantasia” When students step on to the dance floor, they set fourth on a journey Come join the award winning “Fantasia” Baton Twirling Team where the into theatre. Ballet, tap and jazz are taught through the inspiration of goal is to promote learning through fun! This class is designed to teach music. Please arrive in dance attire with black tap and jazz shoes. For various types of twirls and trick combinations, meet new friends and further class details please contact Ms. Dee Dee at (909) 374-0588. have a BLAST! Plus … learn a parade routine and have the opportunity Instructor: Dee Dee Kaplan to march in parades with the “Fabulous Fantasia Baton Twirlers”. Fee: $40 residents; $50 non-residents for 4 weeks Instructor: Debbie Salem Classes Begin the Week of September 10 Fee: $54 residents; $64 non-residents for 6 weeks Activity # Age Days Time Location Class Begins September 15 2103 401 6-8 yrs Thurs 4:00pm-4:45pm GFR Activity # Age Days Time Location 2103 402 9-15 yrs Thurs 4:45pm-5:30pm GFR 2601 401 All Levels 4-14 yrs Tues 5:15pm- 6:00pm ACC Encore! Encore! Theatre for Children Beginning Bowling Students will learn to project their voice, use brilliance and imagination, Class will include use of shoes and house bowling ball. Basic bowling as well as command the audience to listen. Class participation will fundamentals will be taught. At the end of the session each bowler will enhance their character through play acting while they learn to receive a certificate of completion and a coupon for 5 free games. balance life situations with fellow actors. Instructors: Brunswick Classic Lanes Staff Instructor: Dee Dee Kaplan Fee: $30 residents; $40 non-residents for 4 weeks Fee for Session 1: $40 residents; $50 non-residents for 4 weeks Session1-Class Meets September 17-October 8 Fee for Session 2: $60 residents; $70 non-residents for 6 weeks Activity # Age Days Time Location Session 1-Class Meets September 10-October 1 2604 401 8-16 yrs Thurs 4:00pm-5:15pm BCL Activity # Age Days Time Location Session 2-Class Meets October 22-November 12 2105 401 9-15 yrs Thurs 7:00pm-8:00pm ACC Activity # Age Days Time Location Session 2-Class Meets October 8-November 12 2604 402 8-16 yrs Thurs 4:00pm-5:15pm BCL Activity # Age Days Time Location 2105 402 9-15 yrs Thurs 7:00pm-8:00pm ACC Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu for Kids Basic positions and how to maintain stability in different types of mounts and the guard will be taught. Students will learn how to Have Fun with the Guitar reverse and prevent being pinned on the ground by an opponent by Learn the skills necessary to play music and have fun while learning. using leverage over strength. Students will enjoy fun skills and drills. Class emphasizes chord strumming, reading notes and tablature. Stand up defense will also be taught. Uniform included. Students must provide their own instruments (acoustic or electric). Instructor/Sensei: Monton Roeksbutr & Staff Please bring your own picks, guitar tuner and “Ernie Ball Phase I” book. Book may be purchased at Corona Music Center at the first Fee: $45 residents; $55 non-residents for 4 weeks class. A metronome is also suggested. Classes Begin the Week of September 14 Instructors: Corona Music Center Staff Activity # Age Days Time Location Fee: $65 residents; $75 non-residents for 4 weeks 2616 401 8-13 yrs Mon/Wed 6:15pm-7:00pm MAI Class Begins October 7 2616 402 8-13 yrs Tues/Thurs 5:30pm-6:15pm MAI Activity # Age Days Time Location 2118 401 Beg. 5-16 yrs Wed 6:00pm-6:45pm CMC Sports & Fitness Cheerleading “Fantasia” Students learn various types of football and basketball cheers and Abduction Escape & Self-Defense for Kids chants. Students will also learn a show dance cheer performed to This class will help children become more aware of dangerous music. Students will have the opportunity to be in a parade with the situations and learn to escape from the abductor. Self-defense will be “Fantasia” cheerleading team. A $15 material fee is required; payable taught as well. Uniform is included for new students. to the instructor at the first class. Instructors: Monton Roeksbutr & Staff Instructor: Debbie Salem Fee: $45 residents; $55 non-residents for 4 weeks Fee: $54 residents; $64 non-residents for 6 weeks Class Begins September 14 Class Begins September 15 Activity # Age Days Time Location Activity # Age Days Time Location 2620 401 5-12 yrs Mon/Wed 6:15pm- 7:00pm MAI 2602 401 4-14 yrs Tues 6:00pm-6:45pm ACC 8 Youth COED Youth Flag Football Intro to Ice Skating REGISTRATION: * Registration is currently being accepted Toe-Pic! Come learn the fun & unique sport of Ice-skating! This is for this program only. Deadline to register is Thursday, August an introductory class that will teach you all the basics. Dress warm, 27th, at 4:30 pm. Please call 736-2241 for details. helmet & protective gear is recommended, but not required. Skate all An 8 week instructional sports league designed to teach basic day for FREE on the day of class! skills associated with football. Boys and Girls will be coached by Instructor: Ice Town Staff volunteers. Fee includes t-shirt, medal and certificate. Practices will Fee: $78 residents; $88 non-residents for 6 weeks be held on Tuesday or Thursday, between 4:30-8:30 pm. Games Classes Begin the Week of September 15 will be played on modified fields on Saturdays from 8:00 am - 3:00 Activity # Age Days Time Location pm and will vary from week to week. All games/practices will be 2609 401 Beg 6-16 yrs Tues 4:15-4:45pm IT approximately 1-1 ½ hours in length. 2609 402 Beg 6-16 yrs Thurs 4:15-4:45pm IT *Special request for carpooling accommodation must be written on registration form and are not automatically granted. Intro to Gymnastics Volunteer Coaches Necessary Let us introduce your child to gymnastics through skill learning on *Formation of teams and enrollment based on number of volunteer vault, uneven parallel bars, and balance beam. coaches Instructors: Gymnastics Pacifica Staff Program Begins: Monday, September 14th Fee: $85 residents; $95 non residents for 8 weeks Skills Testing: *held at Mountain Gate Park Field #1 Class Begins September 19 NERF Division (K- 2nd grade) will be on Tuesday, September 8th at Activity # Age Days Time Location 6:00pm 2603 401 5-15 yrs Sat 11:00am-11:45am GP Division I (3rd – 4th grade) will be on Tuesday, September 8th at 7:00pm Introduction to Ice Hockey Division II (5th – 6th grade) will be on Thursday, September 10th at Slap Shot! Learn the exciting fast-paced sport of ice hockey! You will 6:00pm learn the basics of skating, stick & puck handling, passing & scoring. Division III (7th – 8th grade) will be on Thursday, September 10th at Skates & protective gear will be provided by Ice Town. You may stay 7:00pm & skate all day for FREE on the day of class. Program Ends: Saturday, November 21st, rain-out dates for Instructor: Ice Town Staff games are Dec. 5, 12, & 19 if necessary. Fee: $78 residents; $88 non-residents for 6 weeks Activity No: 5401 401 NERF – K- 2nd grades Class Begins September 19 5402 401 Div. I – 3rd – 4th grades Activity # Age Days Time Location 5402 402 Div. II – 5th – 6th grades 2608 401 3-16 yrs Sat 1:45pm- 2:45pm IT 5402 403 Div. III – 7th – 8th grades Location: Practices will be held at Mountain Gate Park, Pee Wee Soccer 3100 S. Main St. An instructional program for boys and girls ages 3-4 designed Games will be held at Buena Vista Park, for participants to learn the basic fundamentals of soccer. Skills 2515 Buena Vista Ave. will be taught through a group-oriented format emphasizing fun, teamwork, social interaction and sportsmanship. Children should Fees: $55.00 residents; $65.00 non-residents wear comfortable clothing and tennis shoes or cleats. Program will Registration: Deadline is Thursday, August 27th at 4:30 pm run for 5 weeks for 45 minutes in length. Participants will receive a **REGISTRATION IS ON A FIRST COME – FIRST SERVE BASIS, participation award and a T-shirt. PROGRAM MAY FILL BEFORE DEADLINE. Program Begins: Monday, September 14th Tuesday, September 15h Program End: Wednesday, October 14th Girls Academy Thursday, October 15th Learn the vault, uneven bars, balance beam, floor exercise, plus AGES: 3-4 years old trampoline. We begin with fundamental skill training which advances Location: Promenade Park, 615 Richey St. (Field #1) through a progressive six level system. Students should wear leotards Fee: $55.00 resident; $65.00 non-resident or shorts and a T-shirt. A $5 insurance fee is required, payable to the Activity # Age Days Time Location KIPS at the first class. 5701 401 3 yrs Mon/Wed 5:45–6:30pm PP Instructors: Kips Gymnastics Staff 5701 402 3 yrs Tue/Thurs 6:45–7:30pm PP Fee: $84 residents; $94 non-residents for 8 weeks 5701 403 4 yrs Mon/Wed 6:45–7:30pm PP Classes Begin the Week of September 25 5701 404 4 yrs Tue/Thurs 5:45–6:30pm PP Activity # Age Days Time Location *Child may only be registered for one time slot. 2605 401 7-16 yrs Fri 4:30pm-5:30pm KIPS **REGISTRATION IS ON A FIRST COME – FIRST SERVE BASIS. 2605 402 7-16 yrs Sat 12:30pm-1:30pm KIPS Program may fill before deadline. Youth 9 Youth Basketball - Boys Division Karate for Kids Leagues will be formed for boys ages 5-17 years old. This league This specialized curriculum builds better self-confidence, a healthy does not keep track of team wins and losses. Each player will receive a self image and helps children learn to focus their attention and stay uniform top, medal and certificate. Teams may practice once or twice a on task. Uniform is included in the fee for new students. week. Leagues will be formed in the age divisions listed below: Instructor/Sensei: Monton Roeksbutr & Staff Volunteer Coaches Necessary Fee: $45 residents; $55 non-residents for 4 weeks *Formation of teams and enrollment based on number of volunteer Classes Begin the Week of October 5 coaches Practice Begins: Week of November 30th Activity # Age Days Time Location Day/Time: Games/practices could be Monday through Friday, 2607 401 5-12 yrs Mon/Wed 6:15pm-7:00pm MAI between 4:30-9:00 pm and Saturday between 8:00 am – 9:00 pm. 2607 402 5-12 yrs Tues/Thurs 5:30pm-6:15pm MAI Skills Testing: “C” – Division Boys will be on Monday, November 16th at 6:30pm “B” – Division Boys will be on Tuesday, November 17th at 6:30pm “A” – Division Boys will be on Wednesday, November 18th at 6:30pm “Teen” – Division Boys will be held on Wednesday, November 18th at 7:30pm * There is no skills testing for the “Rec” Division. Activity No: (Enrollment is based on age of child on Dec 1, 2009) 5602 404 “Teen” Division: 14-17 years on or before Dec. 1, 2009 5602 403 “A” Division: 12, 13 & 14 years old on or before Dec. 1, 2009 and in no grade higher than 8th 5602 402 “B” Division: 10–11 years old on or before Dec. 1, 2009 Youth Basketball - Girls Division 5602 401 “C” Division: 8-9 years old on or before Dec. 1, 2009 Leagues will be formed for girls ages 5 -17 years old. This league 5602 400 COED “Rec” Division: 5-7 years old on or before Dec. 1, 2009 does not keep track of team wins and losses. Each player will receive a Registration: Deadline is Thursday, November 5th at 4:30 pm uniform top, medal and certificate. Teams may practice once or twice a Fee: $60.00 resident; $70.00 non-resident week. Leagues will be formed in the age divisions listed below: No special request accepted for this program. Volunteer Coaches Necessary **REGISTRATION IS ON A FIRST COME – FIRST SERVE BASIS, *Formation of teams and enrollment based on number of volunteer PROGRAM MAY FILL BEFORE DEADLINE. coaches Junior Aikido Practice Begins: Week of November 30th Day/Time: Games/practices could be Monday through Friday, Learn how to control an attack with a twist of the hips and a wave between 4:30-9:00 pm and Saturday between 8:00 am – 9:00 pm. of the hand. Students will develop confidence in themselves while developing mental and physical skills that will enable them to remain Skills Testing: in control of any situation, even if the assailant is an adult. White Gi’s “C” – Division Girls will be on Monday, November 16th at 5:30pm (martial art uniform) may be worn but not required. Wear comfortable “B” – Division Girls will be on Tuesday, November 17th at 5:30pm clothing. Parent or guardian must attend the first class. “A” – Division Girls will be on Wednesday, November 18th at 5:30pm Instructor: Dr. T.E. Van Cise “Teen” – Division Girls will be on Wednesday, November 18th at 6:00pm Fee: $60 residents; $70 non-residents for 10 weeks * There is no skills testing for the “Rec” Division. Class Begins September 17 Activity No: Activity # Age Days Time Location (Enrollment is based on age of child on Dec 1, 2009) 2619 401 Beg/Int 10-14 yrs Thurs 6:30pm-7:30pm GFR 5601 404 “Teen” Division: 14-17 years on or before Dec. 1, 2009 Karate 5601 403 ““A” Division: 12, 13 & 14 years old on or before Dec. 1, 2009 and in no grade higher than 8th Class will teach kicks, punches and blocks. How to apply the self- 5601 402 “B” Division: 10–11 years old on or before Dec. 1, defense moves to various forms and participate in non-contact fighting. Uniform included in fee. 2009 Instructor: John Lipari 5601 401 “C” Division: 8-9 years old on or before Dec. 1, 2009 Fee: $45 residents; $55 non-residents for 4 weeks 5602 400 COED “Rec” Division: 5-7 years old on or before Dec. 1, Classes Begin the Week of September 14 2009 Activity # Age Days Time Location Registration: Deadline is Thursday, November 5th at 4:30 pm 2606 401 Beg. 5-12 yrs M/W/F 1:00pm-2:00pm AAK Fee: $60.00 resident; $70.00 non-resident 2606 402 Beg. 5-12 yrs M/W/F 4:00pm-5:00pm AAK No special request accepted for this program. 2606 403 Beg. 5-12 yrs Tues/Thurs 5:00pm-6:00pm AAK **REGISTRATION IS ON A FIRST COME – FIRST SERVE BASIS, 2606 404 Beg. 5-12 yrs Tues/Thurs 6:00pm-7:00pm AAK PROGRAM MAY FILL BEFORE DEADLINE. 10 Youth Manners For Young People Special Interest This workshop will focus on the basics, yet ever so important manners. Topics to be included are introductions, the most powerful Cartoon Workshop words in the English language, courtesy, respect for differences, dining etiquette and more. A $5 material fee is required; payable to Create your own cartoons! Using basic cartoon techniques that are the instructor at the workshop. broken down into simple instructions. Please bring drawing tools, pencil and eraser. Paper will be provided. Instructor: Denise Seinturier Instructor: Reema Zoumut Fee: $20 residents; $30 non-residents for 1 day workshop Fee: $25 residents; $35 non-residents for 1 day workshop Class Meets October 3 Workshop Meets November 14 Activity # Age Days Time Location 2721 401 8-12 yrs Sat 9:00am- 12:00pm RRP Activity # Age Days Time Location 2515 401 7-11 yrs Sat 10:00am- 11:30am GMR “Lights … Camera … Action!” T.V. Commercials Drawing Adventures This class is for those who are working or interested in working in the Our little artists will be taught exciting subjects. Step-by-step entertainment industry. Learn what it takes to audition for success. instruction on how to draw fantasy creatures to cartoon characters, Parents are encouraged to attend final week for seminar. A $5 material with lines and simple shapes. A $5 material fee is required; payable fee is required, payable to the instructor at the first class. to the instructor at the first class. Instructors: Keri Dempster & Staff Instructor: Reema Zoumut Fee: $60 residents; $70 non-residents for 5 weeks Fee: $65 residents; $75 non-residents for 6 weeks Class Begins September 14 Class Begins September 26 (No Class October 24) Activity # Age Days Time Location Activity # Age Days Time Location 2403 401 6-15 yrs Mon 6:45pm-7:45pm VC 2509 401 7-11 yrs Sat 9:30am-10:20am GMR Painting Explorations Sheridan Park After-School Program Explore a variety pf painting techniques that will create fun-filled works of FREE year round after-school program for children Kindergarten art. Step-by-step instructions will allow you to use your creativity. A $10 to 6th Grade material fee is required; payable to the instructor at the first class. Where: Sheridan Park, corner of 3rd St. and Merrill Ave. Instructor: Reema Zoumut When: Monday through Thursday (Closed on selected Fee: $65 residents; $75 non-residents for 6 weeks City/School Holidays) Class Begins September 26 (No Class October 24) Time: 3:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Activity # Age Days Time Location For additional information please call: (951) 736-2241 2510 401 7-11 yrs Sat 10:30am-11:20am GMR Corona Kids Camp needed for child care. There is a $5 discount for each additional 550 S. VICENTIA AVE. child in the same family. b) No refunds will be allowed for any Kids Camp is a dynamic year-round, fully licensed day care program advanced payments; c) All registration will be processed through for youth in Kindergarten through 6th grade. Our experienced staff the Parks and Community Services Office at 400 S. Vicentia Ave., plans exciting recreational activities, trips, speakers and outside Suite #225. Please call (951) 736-2241 for information. games for all the children. Program runs Monday through Friday, PLEASE PLAN AHEAD NOW TO COVER THE WEEKLY COSTS 6:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. FOR CHILD CARE! NEW! KIDS CAMP FEES In order for the Department to manage the new Corona/Norco Unified Kids Club After-School Recreation Program School District track system, a new yearly and weekly fee system has Children will enjoy a variety of fun filled adventures when they been developed. participate in the activities at Kids Club. Activities are based on weekly 1. YEARLY ADMINISTRATIVE FEE: A $25 ($35 for non-residents) themes. Participants in afternoon Kindergarten through 6th grade may non-refundable, yearly administrative fee places your child’s name arrive immediately after school is dismissed. Fee is $5.00 per day, per in the Kids Camp data base for the 2009-2010 school year. The fee child. Minimum purchase of 5 days is required. For more information does not guarantee your child a space at Kids Camp as it did in call (951) 736-2241. Some locations may have waiting lists. the past. You will receive the registration dates for your specific track session, A, B, C, D, T and the new Single Track. Registration KIDS CLUB LOCATIONS forms are sent out quarterly. Cesar Chavez Elementary Corona Ranch Elementary 2. WEEKLY FEES: a) A weekly full-time fee of $80 per child ($100 Foothill Elementary Prado View Elementary per child for non-residents) for 4-5 days and a weekly part-time Susan B. Anthony Elementary McKinley Elementary fee of $70 for 1-3 days must be paid in advance for all the weeks Wilson Elementary Teens 11 Inland Agencies - Youth Connection (3:30pm – 4:30pm) Youth Connection is a grant funded program that provides presentations on topics including health, wellness and recreation. Teens attending these presentations must have a separate Inland Agencies permission slip signed. Please contact The SPOT for presentation dates and topics! (Supplying Positive Opportunities for Teens) Programs The SPOT is the City of Corona’s new FREE after-school teen program for 7th through 12th Graders. Parent permission is required to attend Winter Wonderland All Jr. High Dance this FREE program. Daily activities include homework assistance, Day: Friday, December 4, 2009 video games, movies, board games and arts and crafts. Time: 6:00pm – 9:00pm Location: The Corona Mall Location: 502 S. Vicentia Ave. 522 Main St. Cost: $3.00 presale; $5.00 at the door Hours: Monday – Thursday Ticket Locations: Jr. High Lunches (days vary) 2:30 – 6:00pm The SPOT – 522 Corona Mall Phone: Before 2:30pm – (951) 736-2462 6th – 8th Graders only with school ID. After 2:30pm – (951) 270-2142 Are you ready to dance the night away with new and old friends? A DJ, food, entertainment, games and prizes will be included in this Speakers (3:30pm – 4:30pm) exciting event! Please, rubber-soled shoes only, and no open-toed shoes. September 15th - House-hold Hazardous Waste Prevention October 20th - Paranormal Investigators November 17th - Fender Guitar History and Lessons December 15th - Career and Volunteer Opportunities Rocktober Game On! Day: Friday, October 16, 2009 Time: 4:30pm – 11:00pm (Wednesdays at the Corona Public Library from 2:00pm – 5:00pm) Location: Staples Center, L.A. Live Courtyard Game On! is an after-school program offered twice each month by the Corona Public Library for students in 6th – 12th grades. Activities 800 W. Olympic include video games, karaoke, board games and other group Cost: Please Contact The SPOT activities. Teens are encouraged to go to the Library on Game On! Ticket Location: The SPOT – 522 Corona Mall days. A separate permission slip is required for this activity. This event is a collaborative effort by a number of Southern California August 8 & 15 cities. Last year’s event included food, live bands, a DJ, dance floor, September 9 & 16 competitions, video games, hair painting, henna tattoos and more! October 7 & 21 Over 30 cities participated, and over 600 teens were in attendance. November 11 & 18 This year’s event expects to be even bigger! Transportation will be December 12 & 16 provided. Visit www.socalteencoalition.org for addition information. Teen Manners Workshop will focus on timely issues geared for teens. Topics will include introductions, handshaking, interview skills, and appropriateness of dress. Telephone etiquette and dining etiquette will be included as well. A $7 materials fee is required; payable to the instructor at the workshop. Instructor: Denise Seinturier Special Events (3:30pm – 4:30pm) Fee: $25 residents; $35 non-residents for 1 day September 8th - Movie & Popcorn Day workshop September 10th - Grandparents Day Class Meets October 17 September 16th - Art Day Activity # Age Days Time Location November 19th - Thanksgiving Feast and Cards December 17th – Holiday Celebration 2722 401 13-17 yrs Sat 9:00am-12:00pm RRP 12 Adult Music & Dance Hip Hop Join the music and dance craze. Easy to learn in a fun atmosphere. Students will do a presentation at the end of the session. Hip Hop Beginning Ballroom shoes or tennis shoes. Instructor: Prima Dance Staff Learn the beautiful and romantic Waltz and the American Tango. You will learn the secret to good lead and follow. Free music CD with 5 Fee: $82 residents; $92 non-residents for 8 weeks week session. Partner strongly recommended but not required. Class Begins September 14 Instructor: Cherie Thiers Activity # Age Days Time Location Fee: $43 residents; 2111 401 9-11 yrs Mon 5:00pm-6:00pm PD $53 non-residents for 5 weeks Class Begins September 15 Soul-Line Dancing Activity # Age Days Time Location Soul-Line dancing is a group dance. Students will learn to move to 3105 401 10+ yrs Tues 8:00pm-9:00pm RRP R & B, Soul, Jazz and Latin beats. Each dance allows you to move at your own pace while enjoying the music and learning the steps. Come join the fun and learn the “Cha-Cha Slide”, “Cupid Shuffle” and more. Free CD with Soul-Line dance music from class. Instructor: Sonja Bellamy Fee: $40 residents; $50 non-residents for 5 weeks Session 1-Class Meets September 15-October 13 Activity # Age Days Time Location Beginning East Coast Swing 3111 401 12+ yrs Tues 7:00pm-8:00pm GFR Are you ready to dance like a star and be cool? Learn the secret to Session 2-Class Meets October 20-November 17 good lead and follow and maintain good rhythm and control in this Activity # Age Days Time Location lively dance. Partner recommended but not required. Free CD with 3111 402 12+ yrs Tues 7:00pm-8:00pm GFR the hottest swing music included. Instructor: Cherie Thiers Sports & Fitness Fee: $43 residents; $53 non-residents for 5 weeks Class Begins September 17 Activity # Age Days Time Location 3101 401 10+ yrs Thurs 7:00pm-8:00pm RRP Beginning Aikido Learn Aikido skills that will help you effectively deal with physical, Beginning Salsa verbal, and mental assaults. Anyone can learn this elegant martial Salsa means hot in Spanish. Salsa dancing is hot, fun and easy art regardless of age, size, or physical ability. These techniques take to learn. In this 5 week class you will learn enough Salsa to wow no more strength than it takes to turn around or point your finger. the dance floor. You will learn some of the famous moves of Patrick This Fudo Shin Tai style of Aikido is based on the premise that the Swayze in Dirty Dancing. Partners welcome but not required. Free techniques you will learn must work every time, for everyone, day or Salsa music CD included with class. night, weapons or empty hand. No grueling physical conditioning and Instructor: Cherie Thiers no competitions. Please wear comfortable clothing and no jewelry. Fee: $43 residents; $53 non-residents for 5 weeks Instructor: Dr. T.E. Van Cise Class Begins September 15 Fee: $60 residents; $70 non-residents for 10 weeks Activity # Age Days Time Location Class Begins September 17 3102 401 10+ yrs Tues 7:00pm-8:00pm RRP Activity # Age Days Time Location 3601 401 15+ yrs Thurs 7:30pm-8:30pm GFR Beginning Country Line Dancing If you can count to four and like to have fun, you can learn the latest Belly Dance and greatest country western line dances. Come join us and learn Come shake and shimmy your way to toned abdominals, strong the “Electric Slide,” “Copperhead,” “Watermelon Crawl,” and many arms and legs. Folkloric Belly Dance is graceful and fun. Please wear others. Free CD with the hottest country western tunes! comfortable clothing. Instructor: Cherie Thiers Instructors: Yoga Den Staff Fee: $43 residents; $53 non-residents for 5 weeks Fee: $58 residents; $68 non-residents for 8 weeks Class Begins September 17 Class Begins September 16 Activity # Age Days Time Location Activity # Age Days Time Location 3103 401 10+ yrs Thurs 8:00pm-9:00pm RRP 2306 401 15+ yrs Wed 7:30pm-8:30pm YD Adult 13 Adult Basketball Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu to Kickboxing Team rosters are limited to twelve (12) players. All games are played for Teens & Adults at Civic Center Gym; league consists of a 10 game season. First Learn the basic essential positions of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu which place teams will receive individual awards. includes different types of mounts and guard, escaping the mount League Begins: Week of September 8th and guard. Techniques such as throws, joint locks, arm bar, leg bar, League Ends: November 12th reversal moves and chokes are taught. Stand up techniques and Ages: 18+ kickboxing will also be incorporated. Uniform included. Location: Civic Center Gym, 502 S. Vicentia Ave. Instructors/Sensei: Monton Roeksbutr & Staff Deadline to Register: Thursday, August 27th at 4:30pm Fee: $45 residents; $55 non-residents for 4 weeks Fees: $390 per team Class Meets 3 Days a Week-Class Begins September 14 (Fee includes referee costs) Activity # Age Days Time Location Packets Available: July 23rd 3615 401 13+ yrs Mon/Wed 7:00pm-8:00pm MAI League Structure: Tuesdays – 6’3” and under (max 8 teams) Sat 10:45am-11:30am MAI Thursday – Open Division (max 8 teams) Game Times: 6:30 pm, 7:30 pm, 8:30 pm and 9:30pm Mandatory Managers Meeting: Gentle Yoga September 3rd, 6:30 p.m. City Hall multi-purpose room located at This is an ideal class for new students, senior citizens, anyone new 400 S. Vicentia, Corona, CA 92882 to exercise or suffering from anxiety, stress, depression and those recovering from surgery or cancer. Please wear comfortable clothing. Do not eat 1½ hours prior to class. Come to class with an open mind. Adult Softball No need to purchase a yoga mat prior to class. For the past several years Major League Softball has provided Instructors: Yoga Den Staff umpires, scorekeeping and field preparation for adult softball leagues. Fee: $58 residents; The City of Corona is proud to announce our new full service contract $68 non-residents for 8 weeks partnership with Major League Softball for all of our Adult Softball Leagues beginning this fall season. Classes Begin the Week of September 14 New benefits include: Online registration Activity # Age Days Time Location Awards for 1st and 2nd place teams 3319 401 15+ yrs Mon 5:00pm-6:00pm YD Direct communication with Major League Softball 3319 402 15+ yrs Tues 9:30am-10:30am YD Registration and League information can be found at: 3319 403 15+ yrs Thurs 5:00pm-6:00pm YD www.mlsoftball.com or by calling the Major League Softball office at 951-358-2800 ext. 2. If you have any questions regarding Adult Softball or Major League Softball, please feel free to contact the City of Corona Hour of Power Yoga Parks & Community Services Department at 951-736-2241 or visit our An energizing hour that burns fat, increases flexibility strengthens and website at: www.discovercorona.com tones abs, glutes, thighs and arms. This class is sure to make you sweat. Please wear comfortable clothing. Do not eat 1 ½ hours prior Boot Camp & Beyond to class. Come to class with an open mind. No need to purchase a yoga mat prior to class. Get in shape, lose body fat and inches, gain lean muscle, increase energy, and improve your core strength! This upscale “studio boot Instructors: Yoga Den Staff camp” is held in our private air conditioned studio and surrounding Fee: $58 residents; $68 non-residents for 8 weeks outdoor area to insure privacy, quality, safety and results! You will Class Begins September 16 be participating in all the outdoor activities plus the use of a fully Activity # Age Days Time Location equipped training studio! This camp incorporates professional 3318 401 13+ yrs Wed 4:30pm-5:30pm YD equipment that is properly designed for your fitness needs. All levels welcome! All equipment is provided! Just bring a towel and water! Nutritional guidance, body fat testing, and fitness evaluations are complimentary! Get ready for an awesome experience! Intermediate Aikido Instructors: Fire House Fitness Staff This class will give you the confidence to handle real life situations. Fee: $90 residents; $100 non-residents for 5 weeks The Fudo Shin Tai style of Aikido achieves a balance between purely Session 1-Class Meets September 14-October 16 physical external and totally soft internal styles of Aikido. Whatever Activity # Age Days Time Location your former Aikido might be, Fudo Shin Tai can help you refine your 3329 401 18+ yrs Mon/Wed/Fri 8:00am-9:00am FHF techniques for the real world. White Gi’s are required. No hakamas. 3329 402 18+ yrs Mon/Wed/Fri 9:15am-10:15am FHF Instructor: Dr. T.E. Van Cise Session 2-Class Meets October 19-November 20 Fee: $60 residents; $70 non-residents for 10 weeks Activity # Age Days Time Location Class Begins September 17 3329 403 18+ yrs Mon/Wed/Fri 8:00am-9:00am FHF Activity # Age Days Time Location 3329 404 18+ yrs Mon/Wed/Fri 9:15am-10:15am FHF 3603 401 15+ yrs Thurs 8:30pm-10:00pm GFR 14 Adult Lunch Hour Yoga Come stretch, breath and de-stress for a better day. Gentle twists, Hatha Yoga forward folds and standing Asana’s. All this on a lunch hour! Students are asked to wear comfortable, loose fitting clothing. Begin by Instructors: Yoga Den Staff relaxing and centering your mind on breathing. As the body warms up Fee: $58 residents; $68 non-residents for 8 weeks more advanced postures are performed. No jarring of the muscles or Class Begins September 15 bones will occur. Please bring a mat and towel. Yoga straps are used. Activity # Age Days Time Location Please bring a strap or tie to class. Bring block if flexibility is limited. 2308 401 15+ yrs Tues 12:00pm-12:50pm YD Instructor: Cynthia McCabe Fee: $50 residents; $60 non-residents for 8 weeks Karate for All Ages Classes Begin the Week of September 29 This class will teach kicks, punches and blocks. You will learn how Activity # Age Days Time Location to apply the self-defense moves to various forms and participate in 3302 401 Beg/Int, 16+ yrs Tues 4:30pm-6:00pm VC non-contact fighting. Karate helps to develop self-confidence and 3302 402 Beg/Int, 16+ yrs Tues 6:30pm-8:00pm VC self-discipline. Uniform included in fee. 3302 403 Beg/Int, 16+ yrs Thurs 6:30pm-8:00pm VC Instructor: John Lipari Fee: $45 residents; $55 non-residents for 4 weeks Classes Begin the Week of September 14 Intro to Fitness Activity # Age Days Time Location This class is designed for those individuals who are just beginning their fitness program, or who simply want a lighter version of the “Lift 3608 401 Beg. 13+ yrs M/W/F 8:30am-9:30am AAK it to Lose it” classes. Lighter work-outs to the same upbeat, high 3608 402 Beg. 13+ yrs Tues/Thurs 8:00pm-9:00pm AAK energy format to build and tone muscle! Body fat will decrease as Fri 7:00pm-8:00pm AAK your core strength increases! Great for all levels and all ages! All equipment is provided! Bring towel and water. Instructors: Fire House Fitness Staff Karate & Mixed Martial Arts Fee: $90 residents; $100 non-residents for 5 weeks for Teens & Adults Session 1-Class Meets September 14-October 16 Class incorporates traditional karate with practical street-wise karate Activity # Age Days Time Location that really works! This class is great for stress reduction, building self- confidence and greater health and fitness in a very non-threatening 3330 401 18+ yrs Mon/Wed/Fri 11:15am-12:15pm FHF environment. Uniform is included for all new students. Session 2-Class Meets October 19-November 20 Instructor/Sensei: Monton Roeksbutr & Staff Activity # Age Days Time Location Fee: $45 residents; 3330 402 18+ yrs Mon/Wed/Fri 11:15am-12:15pm FHF $55 non-residents for 4 weeks Class Meets 3 Days a Week-Class Begins September 14 “Lift It to Lose It” Activity # Age Days Time Location Weight Training for Women 3609 401 All Levels 13+ yrs Mon/Wed 7:00pm-8:00pm MAI This class has been carefully and specifically designed to help Sat 10:45am-11:30am MAI women switch from “fat- storing” to “fat- burning”! You will see dramatic results as you strengthen your heart and lungs. Burns off body fat, increase energy levels, strengthen core muscles, bones, Tai Chi Exercise hips, legs, belly and back! Class will incorporate the use of free Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese martial art that has health benefits weights, machines, bands, Medicine balls and more! All equipment is beyond its mild aerobic exercise value. You will learn this art as a provided in class. Body fat analysis, fitness and nutritional guidance relaxing exercise for stress reduction. It also improves flexibility, will be done at the first class. increases leg strength, and enhances balance. Wear flat-soled shoes Instructors: Fire House Fitness Staff and clothing that allows for stretching. Chinese Chi Kung (breath work) is included for its relaxing benefits. The 8:00am is for advanced Fee: $62 residents; $72 non-residents for 5 weeks students with instructor approval. The 9:30am is for intermediate Session 1-Class Meets September 15-October 15 students who have taken the beginning class. Beginning Tai Chi will Activity # Age Days Time Location be offered next session. 3326 401 18+ yrs Tues/Thurs 6:00pm-7:00pm FHF Instructor: Ron Sahli 3326 402 18+ yrs Tues/Thurs 7:00pm-8:00pm FHF Fee: $35 residents; $45 non-residents for 7 weeks Session 2-Class Meets October 20-November 19 Classes Begin September 19 Activity # Age Days Time Location Activity # Age Days Time Location 3326 403 18+ yrs Tues/Thurs 6:00pm-7:00pm FHF 3305 401 Adv. 18+ yrs Sat 8:00am-9:20am VC 3326 404 18+ yrs Tues/Thurs 7:00pm-8:00pm FHF 3305 402 Int. 18+ yrs Sat 9:30am-10:20am VC Adult 15 Kickboxing & Kickboxing Aerobics Yoga Experience a total body exercise. Kickboxing techniques will be Components of classical sun salutes are taught, most traditional taught. This is a fun and exciting way to get in shape while learning standing poses, gentle twists, backbends and forward folds. If you basic self defense skills. Experience and uniform are not necessary. are new to yoga or a continuing student, this class is for you. Please Instructors: Monton Roeksbutr & Staff wear comfortable clothing. Do not eat 1½ hours prior to class. Come Fee: $45 residents; $55 non-residents for 4 weeks to class with an open mind. No need to purchase a yoga mat prior to Class Meets 4 Days per Week-Class Begins September 14 class. Temperature in class kept at 80 degrees to prevent injury. Instructors: Yoga Den Staff Activity # Age Days Time Location Fee: $58 residents; $68 non-residents for 8 weeks 3304 401 All Levels 13+ yrs Mon/Wed 8:00pm-8:45pm MAI Classes Begin the Week of September 14 Tues/Thurs 7:10pm-7:55pm MAI Activity # Age Days Time Location Kick Your Asana 2304 401 Level 1-2, 13+ yrs Mon 6:00pm-7:30pm YD 2304 402 Level 1-2, 13+ yrs Tues 9:30am-11:00am YD Class is Ashtanga influenced. A vinyassa flow class not for the faint 2304 403 Level 1-2, 13+ yrs Wed 6:00pm-7:30pm YD of heart. You will build heat and stamina by flowing through postures. Please wear comfortable clothing. Do not eat 1½ hours prior to class. 2304 404 Level 1-2, 13+ yrs Thurs 9:30am-11:00am YD Come to class with an open mind. No need to purchase a yoga mat 2304 405 Level 1-2, 13+ yrs Fri 9:30am-11:00am YD prior to class. Temperature in class is kept to 80 degrees to prevent 2304 406 Level 1-2, 13+ yrs Sat 10:30am-12:00pm YD injury. 2304 407 Level 1-2, 13+ yrs Sun 6:00pm-7:30pm YD Instructors: Yoga Den Staff Fee: $58 residents; $68 non-residents for 8 weeks Classes Begin the Week of September 14 Activity # Age Days Time Location Special Interest 2307 401 15+ yrs Mon 7:30pm-9:00pm YD 2307 402 15+ yrs Wed 7:30pm-9:00pm YD Basic Floral Design 2307 403 15+ yrs Fri 6:00pm-7:30pm YD Here is your opportunity to learn the basic techniques of floral design at its best. You will learn how to prepare your flowers and how to display them, proper container selection as well as what tools to use Step-N-Pump! and how to use them safely. A $20 material fee is required; payable Improve your aerobic conditioning as well as shape and tone all your to the instructor at the first class. major muscles! This class will work hips, legs and thighs. The weight Instructor: Mariah McLemore segment or “Pump” section will tone arms, shoulders and back. Fee: $50 residents; $60 non-residents for 3 weeks Using aerobic platforms, known as Steps, you will engage in various Class Begins September 14 drills, patterns and combinations to burn calories and stay in the “fat Activity # Age Days Time Location burning” zone. Wear good aerobic shoes and bring water! Instructor: Fire House Fitness Staff 3406 401 18+ yrs Mon 6:00pm-9:00pm RRP Fee: $62 residents; $72 non-residents for 5 weeks Session 1-Class Meets September 14-October 14 Activity # Age Days Time Location 3334 401 18+ yrs Mon/Wed 4:45pm- 5:45pm FHF Dog Obedience Session 2-Class Meets October 19-November 18 This class is open to all breeds of dogs, ages six months or older Activity # Age Days Time Location (larger breeds accepted at 4 months). All A.K.C. Novice obedience 3334 402 18+ yrs Mon/Wed 4:45pm- 5:45pm FHF exercises (heel, sit, down, stay, stand, come) will be covered. Behavior problems such as destructive chewing, hole digging, and jumping up will be addressed. Trophies and certificates will be awarded at graduation. The first meeting will be an orientation without dogs held at the amphitheatre at the Promenade at Dos Lagos. A $10 insurance fee is required, payable to instructor at first class. Class is held at the Heart of Dos Lagos Lakeside Garden Retreat grass area. Instructors: Dog Services Unlimited Staff Fee: $75 residents; $85 non-residents for 8 weeks Class Begins September 19 Activity # Age Days Time Location 3701 401 Beg. 10+ yrs Sat 8:30am-9:30am DL 16 Adult Canine Games Agility Course Grad-Novice Dog Obedience Guide your dog through a variety of intriguing stations, including This class is for graduates of basic dog obedience. Class will tunnels, teeter-totter, hurdles and a tire jump. No previous agility include “emergency” downs (drop on recall) and long stays with experience is needed, but some obedience training is helpful. This owner out of sight. Trophies awarded at graduation. Bring dogs to first meeting with leash, training collar and long lines. A $10 class is open to all breeds six months or older. Trophies & certificates material fee is required, payable to the instructor. Meet in the will be awarded on the last meeting. A $30 material fee is required parking lot of Yorba Linda Community Center. for equipment maintenance, insurance and awards, payable to the Instructors: Dog Services Unlimited Staff Instructor at the first class. FIRST CLASS HELD WITHOUT DOGS. Bring vaccination records. Any questions please call Dog Services Fee: $75 residents; $85 non-residents for 8 weeks Unlimited at (714) 532-3647. Classes held at Yorba Linda Community Class Begins September 19 (No Class October 24) Center. Activity # Age Days Time Location Instructors: Dog Services Unlimited Staff 3702 401 Adv. 10+ yrs Sat 8:00am-9:00am YLCC Fee: $75 residents; $85 non-residents for 8 weeks Classes Begin the Week of September 19 (No Classes October 24) Pre-Natal Yoga Activity # Age Days Time Location Calling all mothers to be! This is a great class to help build 3703 401 Beg. 10+ yrs Sat 8:00am-9:00am YLCC some stamina and stretching. Class is for all ages of pregnancy to help keep you in shape even while your tummy is growing. 3703 402 Beg. 10+ yrs Sat 9:00am-10:00am YLCC Please wear comfortable clothing. Do not eat 1½ hours prior to 3703 403 Beg. 10+ yrs Sat 10:00am-11:00am YLCC class. Come to class with an open mind. No need to purchase a yoga mat prior to class. Instructors: Yoga Den Staff Frisbee Fun for You & Your Dog Here is your chance to spend an afternoon learning techniques from Fee: $58 residents; $68 non-residents for 8 weeks an avid Dog- Disc competitor, David Procida. An introduction to Classes Begin the Week of September 14 teaching your dog various stunts, such as spins, twists, and weaving Activity # Age Days Time Location between your legs. Please bring your dog’s current vaccination records, water and clean-up bags. Dogs over six months who have 3323 401 16+ yrs Mon 9:30am-10:30am YD had basic on-leash obedience, and handlers 10 years to adult. A $5 3323 402 16+ yrs Thurs 6:00pm-7:00pm YD materials fee is required, payable to the instructor in class. A frisbee will be provided to each student. Instructors: Dog Services Staff: David Procida Fee: $44 residents; $54 non-residents for workshop Workshop Meets October 25 Calligraphy in One Day Activity # Age Days Time Location Learn the art of beautiful handwriting in this fun and easy workshop! 3709 401 10+ yrs Sun 1:30pm-4:30pm ACC You will learn to use an edged tool and how to make practical fun. Calligraphy is great for signs, invitations, cards and scrapbooks. All materials (including one beginning fiber tip pen) are provided by the instructor and included in fee. Instructor: Lorri Keevern Fee: $45 residents; $55 non-residents for workshop Workshop Meets October 10 Activity # Age Days Time Location 3407 401 Beg. 13+ yrs Sat 10:30am-12:00pm RRP Lend a Paw! Pet Therapy Dog Training This class is designed for dog owners looking to become Pet Therapy volunteers. Class will prepare owners to visit hospitals and assisted living facilities with their pets. Dogs must have completed a basic obedience class and be at least one year of age to be enrolled. Dogs must be current on all vaccinations and license. Class will be held in Yorba Linda at Hurless Barton Park. Instructor: Ron Bevacqua Fee: $70 residents; $80 non-residents for 6 weeks Class Begins September 26 Activity # Age Days Time Location 3710 401 18+ yrs Sat 9:30am-10:30am HBP Newslines/Senior Services 17 Newslines Walking/Jogging/Marathon Training Club The City of Corona has started a free City of Corona Park Project Update walking, jogging and marathon training club. If you are interested in joining, please contact Ashley Wysocki, Recreation Auburndale Recreation Center Pool Coordinator at (951) 736-2462. Please have your e-mail address Improvements and which area of Corona you live in available. The group will be All six skimmers in the pool at the Auburndale Recreation Center able to decide the best meeting time based on schedules. A fitness were successfully replaced. club is a great way to get in shape, stay motivated to achieve your goals and meeting other members of the community! City Park Reutilization Master Plan The creation of a Master Plan for the reutilization of City Park is currently underway. The project team is in the early stages of assessing the feasibility for the following improvements: 1) CORONA SENIOR CENTER gymnasium; 2) expanded aquatic facility; and 3) general park improvements (i.e., pedestrian accessibility and circulation, 921 S. Belle Avenue, Corona, CA 92882 (951) 736-2363 public needs and use, public safety, park and landscape E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org aesthetics, vehicular ingress and egress, and parking). The The Corona Senior Center welcomes adults age 50 or older. master plan is scheduled to be completed and approved in early 2010. Corona Senior Center hours: Monday-Thursday: 7:30am-5:00pm and 6:00pm-9:00pm Friday: 7:30am-5:00pm Husted Park Playground Installation Saturday: 7:30am-12:00pm A new playground area, play equipment for children ages 2-5 and 5-12, and new benches were recently installed at Husted Corona Senior Center Park. Seeks Volunteers If you have a special talent and would like to share your services with others, please call (951) 736-2363. Rehabilitation Club Meetings Equipment Loan Crest Communications 1st Thursday 7:00pm-9:00pm Donations of used equipment to the Senior Center are appreciated. Coffee Club Mon-Fri 9:00am-10:00am They are made available for loan to needy seniors. Hispanic Social Club Tuesday 9:00am-12:00pm Sociedad de Obreros 2 & 4 Sunday nd th 10:00am-12:00pm Programs for the Disabled Writing Club Wednesday 1:30pm-3:00pm Sight Seekers Monday 10:00am-2:00pm Out-of-Sighters Club Meeting 2nd Monday 10:00am-2:00pm AARP “55 Alive” Mature Driving Class Out-of-Sighters Trips 3rd Thursday 9:00am-3:00pm A certified AARP Instructor educates seniors through two 4-hour class sessions. A $12 check for AARP members and $14 check for non- Recreation members payable to AARP is due the first class session. Please contact the Senior Center for class times and location. Bingo Monday 2:00pm-4:00pm Billiards Daily While Open HICAP Counseling Party Bridge Monday 9:30am-12:00pm A Health Insurance Counseling Advocacy Program Counselor is Friday Movie Matinee Friday 1:00pm available to answer questions on Medicare and other health insurance Guitar Class Friday 1:00pm-2:00pm issues. For assistance please call (800) 434-0222. Cooking with Jill 1 Saturday st 10:30am-11:30am Food Distribution Computer Lab All interested seniors must apply for these programs at the Corona Four computers, equipped with internet accessibility and various Senior Center. Food will be picked up at the Corona Senior Center. word processing programs are available for use during normal Senior Brown Bag Program 2nd & 4th Wednesday Center hours of operation. Food Share Program 3rd Wednesday 18 Senior Services Elder Abuse Take action against elder abuse by reporting suspected maltreatment, Health and Educational Lectures self-neglect or financial abuse of a senior citizen. Call the Corona Please call the Senior Center at (951) 736-2363 to register for lectures. Senior Center at (951) 736-2363 if you need help to begin the reporting Advanced registration is preferred. process. Diabetic Footwear Health Services Thursday, September 3 at 1:00 pm After Stroke Club Tuesday 10:30am-1:00pm Did you know that Medicare provides a free pair of footwear to Alzheimer’s Parkinson’s diabetics each year? Come learn how to take better care of your feet. Caregiver’s Support Group 2nd Thursday 7:00pm-8:30pm Presented by Ace Medical Supply. Arts & Crafts Medicare 101 All classes are offered at no cost. Thursday, September 10 at 1:00 pm Beginning Art Tuesday 1:00pm-4:00pm This will be an overview of how to tap into the resources available Craft Class Wednesday 1:00pm-4:00pm to you through Medicare. Presented by James Bledsoe of Secure Dohn Shaw Theatre Tuesday 6:30pm-9:00pm Horizons. Gardening Advice Thursday 2:00pm-4:00pm Quilting Guild 2nd & 4th Monday 7:00pm-9:00pm Osteoporosis Party Quilters Thursday 9:00am-12:00pm Thursday, September 17 at 12:00 pm This will be an open forum lecture presented by a healthcare Dance Classes professional. Provided by Health Net. Line Dance Monday Int/Adv 11:00am-12:30pm Elder Care Law Monday Beg 7:00pm-9:00pm Thursday, September 24 at 11:00 am Tuesday Beg/Adv 11:00am-12:00pm This is an opportunity to speak with a lawyer regarding obtaining Wednesday Int/Adv 7:00pm-9:00pm quality care at home or in a nursing facility and alternatives to pay for Friday Beg 11:00am-12:00pm the care. Provided by Senior Helpers. Friday Adv 12:00pm-1:00pm Latin Dance Secrets of Memory Improvement Tuesday All 7:00pm-8:00pm Thursday, October 1 from 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Ballroom Dance What causes memory lapses? Find out the one action you need to stop doing to dramatically improve your memory ability. Learn skills Thursday All 6:30pm-7:30pm and discover important tools to increase your memory. Presented by Debbi Harper. This seminar is sponsored by www.HRBCInsurance. Sports & Fitness com who will be providing an ice cream social immediately following Balance and Flexibility Monday 1:00pm-2:00pm the seminar. Women’s Exercise Mon/Wed/Fri 10:00am-11:00am Men’s Exercise Tues/Thurs/Sat 8:00am-9:00am Preparing for the California Shake-Out PACE-Presented by Thursday, October 8 at 1:00 pm the Arthritis Foundation Tues/Thurs 9:00am-10:00am Irene Long from the Dare to Prepare Campaign will present valuable Tai Chi Tuesday 3:00pm-4:00pm information so you will not be caught off guard in case disaster Karate Thursday 10:00am-11:00am strikes. Wii Bowling League Wednesay 3:00pm-4:30pm Colon Cancer Exercise Room Thursday, October 15 at 12:00 pm An exercise room is available for daily conditioning at no charge. This will be an open forum lecture given by a healthcare professional. Equipment includes: Treadmill, Stationary Bicycle, Rower/Pully Machine Provide by Health Net. and Free Weights. This room is open during Senior Center normal operating hours. Participants must complete a waiver prior to use. Armchair Travel to Italy Thursday, November 5 at 1:00 pm Tour Rome, the Vatican and Pompeii. Enjoy an exciting lecture with pictures, coffee and dessert. Presented by Chancellor Place Assisted Living. Senior Services 19 Stress Busters Dental Screening Thursday, November 12 at 1:00 pm Friday, August 21 from 11:00 am - 12:30 pm Positive suggestions for releasing stress are discovered in a fun, Friday, October 16 from 10:00 am - 1:00 pm interactive class that explores how stress changes as we age. Dr. Lita Hermansjah will be available to provide dental screenings Participants can take an amusing quiz at the end – no grades, no and give advice regarding oral care. stress, just fun! Presented by Inter Valley Health Plan. Open Enrollment Glucose Screening 1st Monday each month at 10:00 am Thursday, November 19 at 12:00 pm Provided by Corona Family Care. This is an opportunity for you to ask questions or make changes to your insurance plans. Provided by Health Net. Blood Pressure Screening Jeopardy Fridays at 10:00 am Thursday, December 3 at 1:00 pm Provided by Corona Family Care. Chance to win some prizes and gain valuable information with Parties Hospice Jeopardy Game. Presented by Chapman Hospice. Holiday Safety Registration is required for all parties. Please see the Reception Desk Thursday, December 10 at 12:00 pm or call (951) 736-2363. A representative from the Corona Police Department will be here to offer you valuable information regarding how to stay safe during the holidays. Sponsored by Health Net. Halloween Party Thursday, October 29 at 1:00 pm Fee: $3.00 Come dressed in your favorite costume and enter the contest. There will Classes be games, prizes, food and entertainment. Sponsored by Health Net. Thanksgiving Luncheon RIVERSIDE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Monday, November 23 at 12:00 pm Donations will be accepted. The following classes are provided free of charge. For more Our annual home cooked meal with all the trimmings. Come enjoy information on session dates and registration, please call (951) 736- the fellowship of company. 2363. Watercolor Tuesday 1:30pm-4:30pm Christmas Party Jewelry Making Tuesday 6:00pm-9:00pm Thursday, December 17 at 1:00 pm Fee: $3.00 Clay Making Thursday 6:00pm-9:00pm Sponsored by Health Net. No class on 10/1, 10/15 & 11/5 Special Events/ Programs Photography Thursday 1:00pm-4:30pm (Other meeting places decided the 1 day of each new session) st Drawing and Painting Friday 8:30am-12:00pm Yoga Saturday 8:45am-10:15am Health, Safety and Information Fair Friday, October 16 from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm A wide variety of health screening opportunities, information on Screenings health, wellness, safety issues and general information will be offered at this year’s fair. This event is open to all adults age 50 and older. For more information, please call (951) 736-2363. All screenings are free of charge. Please call (951) 736-2363 to schedule an appointment for the Hearing and Dental Screenings. Ballroom Dance 2nd Friday of each Month from 7:00 - 9:30 pm Fee: $3.00 Hearing Screening Wednesday, October 7 from 10:30 am - 12:00 pm Line Dance Pot Luck Wednesday, December 2 from 10:30 am - 12:00 pm 1st Saturday of each Month from 7:00 - 10:00 pm Audioprosthologist Ken Becerril from Beltone will be available to If you would like to help, volunteers are needed to “host” once a answer questions and to check and clean your hearing aids. month. 20 Getting Involved In The Community There are many ways that you, as a resident, can contribute to For More Information or to Donate our community. Volunteering your time and energy helps create Monetary donations are always welcome and can be designated for a safer and more vibrant Corona. Here are several organizations specific projects or programs such as computers or literacy. Funds that work in partnership with the City of Corona that may be of may also be donated for general use by the Foundation or specified interest to you and your family. in memory of a loved one. More information and applications for Foundation membership are Corona Partners for Parks and Recreation available at the Library, online at www.CPLFound.org, by calling Corona Partners for Parks and Recreation is a 501(C)(3) non-profit, the Corona Public Library’s business office at (951) 736-2384 or in community based fundraising and support foundation for the Parks writing at: and Community Services Department. The focus of this foundation is Corona Public Library Foundation to work with local individuals and businesses to support and assist 650 South Main Street in the development and maintenance of City facilities and to assist Corona, CA 92882-3417 in the advancement of recreation services and programs. With City funds becoming more limited, the Foundations’ fundraising efforts are essential to the continued development of facilities and services Friends of the Library in the City of Corona. Purpose: The Veterans Memorial Division is currently developing plans and • To create community interest in the Corona Public Library seeking sponsors and contributions for the completion of a “Veteran’s • To promote increased knowledge and understanding of the Memorial” at the City Hall Complex. Library’s services and needs. How to Join or donate • To encourage suitable gifts. Joining or donating to Corona Partners is easy! Volunteer support is • To foster support for the Library’s development. encouraged. For more information, please write or call: History: Corona Partners for Parks & Recreation The Friends of the Corona Public Library is an independent, 501 (c) (3) .O. P Box 940 non-profit support group first organized in 1964 when the Library was Corona, CA 92880 still housed in the Carnegie building at Eighth and Main Streets. The (951) 736-2490 Friends were originally dedicated to expanding children’s services, providing regular story hours, and adding books to the children’s The Library Foundation collection. Since then, the Friends’ support has grown to include Purpose: contributions toward expansion of the entire Library collection, increased services in all areas of the Library, and preservation of The Library Foundation is a non-profit organization operated by a Corona’s history and rich community heritage. volunteer Board of Directors that is dedicated to assisting the Corona Public Library by strengthening its programs and improving its Membership Benefits service to the public. • Free subscription to “The Quarterly Reader”, the Friends’ Funds raised by the Foundation benefit the Library in the areas newsletter. of Literacy Services, keeping Library Technology current, and • Loyalty Card Redemptions-purchases in the BookShop earn credit Building for the Future by enhancing the current facility and toward cash redemptions applied to future BookShop purchases. sustaining endowment efforts for a branch library to serve Corona’s • 10% discount on all donated books in the Friends’ BookShop at all growing needs. times. History: • 50% discount on all donated books in the Friends’ BookShop on The Corona Public Library Foundation is an independent, 501(c) (3) the first Saturday of each month. non-profit library support group, first organized in 1981 by Stanley Activities and Projects Reynolds as the Corona Literary Society. At the time, there was a pressing need for programs and equipment to help library users • Friends’ BookShop – browse through our shop, located next to the take advantage of new and fast-developing technology such as Adult Literacy area. Sales from bargain-priced books and gift items computers, video systems, and reproduction equipment. Those once help provide new library books and a wide variety of Corona Public visionary ideas are now integral parts of the Library’s daily services Library programs and enhancements. and still constantly in need of updates to remain current. • Adopt-a-Book- Program – The Friends match “adoption fees” Over the years, the Foundation has raised funds by soliciting donated by individuals, businesses, and organizations for the donations from individuals and businesses in the form of major purchase of new books for the Library. gifts, endowments, planned gifts, and fundraisers. The Foundation • Summer Reading Program – Annual donations from the Friends also offers a newly created Foundation Membership program, with underwrite the Corona Public Library’s summer reading incentive multiple levels for individuals, seniors, children, and organizations of program. any size. • Author Talks & Special Programs – The Friends sponsor a broad range of cultural programs featuring authors, musicians, storytellers, as well as supply festive year-end holiday decorations and entertainment. Getting Involved In The Community 21 • Major Gifts to the Library – Substantial gifts from the Friends include the outdoor electronic message center, computer work stations, Water Wall, the murals in the Children’s Room, the book shaped children’s furniture, special gateway entrance and art in Teens@650, and special reference works. • Friends’ Website - Visit www.FriendsofCPL.org for lots of Friends, BookShop, and Corona Library information. You can download Friends’ brochures, send us an email, ask questions, visit our Blog and much more. How to Donate Donations of money, used or new books, DVD’s, CD’s, and the like Meetings are greatly appreciated. Look for donation guidelines on our website The Corona Fire Safety Foundation Board of Directors meets on and posted in the Library. To donate used or new materials, bring the second Thursday of each month. General meetings are held your donations to the Library at 650 S. Main Street. A receipt for your quarterly and are open to all interested parties. donation is available upon request. How to Join or Donate How to Reach the Friends and become a member The Corona Fire Safety Foundation can be reached at: The Friends’ website, www.FriendsofCPL.org, will answer many of Corona Fire Safety Foundation your questions about our organization and membership. You can 400 S. Vicentia Avenue, #215 download a membership application from the site and mail it to us at Corona, CA 92882 P.O. Box 1892, Corona, CA 92878. Questions can also be emailed to (951) 736-2373 us directly at email@example.com. www.CoronaFireSafetyFoundation.org All donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law and You can also obtain information by calling (951) 279-6604 to reach can be made to a specific program or in general support of on- the Friends of the Corona Public Library or stop and talk with any of going projects. the Friends’ volunteers who assist throughout the Library. Community Emergency Response Team Corona Public Library Adult Literacy (CERT) Program The City of Corona Fire Department’s Community Emergency Help English-Speaking adults improve their basic reading and writing Response Team program, otherwise known as CERT, has a mission skills by becoming a volunteer tutor. to increase through training and preparation the self-sufficiency and The Library also offers ESL (English as a Second Language) classes survivability of Corona’s people, businesses, and government for all through a partnership with the local school district and volunteers. All foreseeable disasters. The CERT program teaches individuals to care services are free. for family and neighbors and to assess hazards after a disaster as part of a trained team. The 25-hour FEMA based course is free to For more information on how to become a volunteer tutor or the ESL Corona area residents and includes training in: class, please call (951) 279-3789. • Disaster Preparedness Corona Fire Safety Foundation • Light Search and Rescue Purpose • Fire Safety To provide a partnership between the community and the Corona • Disaster Psychology Fire Department to expand public safety for the citizens of Corona. • CPR History • Disaster First Aid The Corona Fire Safety Foundation is a non-profit public benefit • CERT Organization corporation that was formed in November 1998. Its board members • Terrorism contribute personal knowledge and expertise, act as advocates for the organization in the community, and contribute knowledge of For dates and information go to www.DiscoverCorona.com/cert or community issues and matters related to the organization. call (951) 736-2458. Recent Activities and Programs • Equipment Supplied: Digital cameras, confined space rescue Trauma Intervention Program (TIP) equipment, firefighter rescue belts, and automatic electronic TIP is an all-volunteer 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization dedicated to defibrillators (AEDs). ensuring that those who are emotionally traumatized in emergency situations receive the immediate assistance they need. To accomplish • Programs Funded: Vials of Life, Fire Explorer Program, Burn this goal, TIP works closely with local emergency responders and Institute – Inland Empire, and fire service scholarships. hospital personnel. Well-trained citizen volunteers are called to • Education Programs Funded: Swimming pool safety, Smoke emergency scenes to assist family members, witnesses, and other detectors, and Freddy the Fire Truck. bystanders whom the emergency system must often leave behind in • Fundraisers: The Great Taste order to respond to other emergencies. 22 Getting Involved In The Community Services are provided to victims and their families free of charge and • Have good moral character with no misdemeanor or felony are made possible through grants from local government and the arrests fund raising efforts of individuals. • Comply with the Corona Police Department grooming standards TIP volunteers: How to Apply for Membership • Provide emotional and practical support If you would like to join the Corona Police Department Explorer Post • Serve as a liaison between the victims and emergency and #104 and get started on a career in law enforcement: hospital authorities • Obtain and complete an application from the Police Department • Help arrange follow-up services • Pass a background investigation • Provide resource information • Attend three consecutive meetings For more information about the Corona TIP program and the next For more information on the Police Explorer program, please call training academy, please call (951) 736-2373 or visit our website at: (951) 736-2335 and ask to speak with the Explorer Advisor. www.TIPCorona.org. City of Corona Boards & Commissions Corona Police Community Partnership Citizens have an opportunity to participate in the implementation of Purpose local policies by serving on a City advisory board or commission. These various boards and commissions are comprised of local To enhance cooperation between the police and the citizens of residents that provide input to some of our City departments and Corona to ensure a safe community. activities. At this time there are three City Boards and Commissions: History the Library Board of Trustees, Parks and Recreation Commission, Corona Police Community Partnership, Inc. (CPCP) is a 501(C)(3) and the Planning Commission. nonprofit organization formed in March, 1994. If you are a resident of the City of Corona and are interested in Recent Activities & Programs are: volunteering your time with a City board or commission, please • Scholarships: Offer scholarships to local high school seniors complete an application for Public Service form available on the City wanting to enter law enforcement when they graduate. website (www.DiscoverCorona.com) or by calling (951) 736-2201. Detailed information regarding the boards and commissions are • Outreach: Participate in Public Safety Day, “The Great Taste”, and below. other community events. • Employee Recognition: Support the annual Corona Police Library Board of Trustees Department employee recognition banquet. The Public Library shall be managed by a board of five Library How to Join Trustees, all of whom shall be residents of the City, not officers or Membership in CPCP is open to any person over 18 years of age who employees, and all of whom shall be appointed by the Mayor with lives or works in the City of Corona. the consent of the City Council. Members serve three-year terms pursuant to the California Education Code. To join or donate: Corona Police Community Partnership (CPCP) Parks and Recreation Commission c/o Corona Police Department The Commission is comprised of five members, all of whom shall be 849 West Sixth Street residents of the City and shall not hold any paid office or employment Corona, CA 92882 with the City. Members serve four-year terms. Each Council Member (951) 736-2310 appoints one member to serve concurrently with his/her term of office. Each member of the Commission shall receive fifty dollars for Corona Police Explorer Post #104 each regular monthly meeting attended, not to exceed fifty dollars The Corona Police Explorer Program provides young men and per month. The Commission shall act in an advisory role to the City women the opportunity to gain valuable training and experience in Council and make recommendations to the City Council concerning the law enforcement field. The program’s goal is to help a young recreation programs, maintenance and operation of the public person decide if a career in law enforcement is right for him/her. park system and the planting, care and removal of trees within the parkways. Police Explorers perform a variety of community services such as: traffic control, crowd control, fingerprinting of children, and assist Planning Commission with other special events. Occasionally, Explorers are used to search for missing children, search crime scenes for evidence or assist The Commission is comprised of five members, all of whom in major disaster scenes. Explorers also participate in the Police shall be residents of the City and shall not hold any paid office or Department’s ride-along program, which enables them to observe employment with the City. Members serve four-year terms. Each the actual functions of police officers as they perform their duties. Council Member appoints one member to the planning commission to serve concurrently with his/her term of office. Each member of Membership Requirements the Commission shall receive fifty dollars for each regular meeting • Be 14-21 years of age attended, not to exceed one hundred dollars per month. The • Be enrolled in high school or college Commission shall act in an advisory role to the City Council and make • Maintain at least a 2.5 G.P.A recommendations pursuant to the California Government Code. Getting Involved In The Community 23 Corona Heritage Park and Museum How to join or donate: To join, donate or contact the Corona Historic Preservation Society, In 1997, the Corona Heritage Foundation was formed to establish you may obtain a membership application from the Society website a permanent center for the community’s heritage and history. By at www.corona-history.org, pick up one of the Society’s bi-monthly December 2000, the 10,000 sq. ft. Corona Heritage Museum was newsletters located at the Corona Public Library, leave a voice mail opened in what was once the company store of the Foothill Lemon message on the Society’s answering machine at (951) 898-2044, or Ranch. The Ranch, established in 1911, had been the agricultural write or send a check to: hub of the City that became known as “The Lemon Capital of the Corona Historic Preservation Society World.” Largely unknown before becoming Heritage Park, the site’s history easily rivals any in Corona as a place of significance and has . P O. Box 2904 become the first official Historic District of the City of Corona. Corona, CA 92878 In addition to the museum, the Park consists of four historic homes, Please visit our website to learn more: www.corona-history.org built from 1903 through 1927, several packing houses, sheds, and an entomological laboratory. The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit Parks and Code Enforcement (P.A.C.E.) corporation and the facility is entirely volunteer-operated. The Park Purpose: hosts several affiliated non-profit organizations on-site including the Corona Heritage Garden Society, the Corona Model Railroad Society, To work with resident volunteers to preserve and improve our the Corona Art Association and the Corona Artists In Residence. The community, to enhance property values, and improve the overall Corona Heritage Foundation has 425 members as of 2008 and is quality of life throughout the City. All required training and equipment open to everyone. The Corona Heritage Museum hours are 10 a.m. is provided by the City of Corona. to 2 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday, and is free to the public. Volunteer Duties: Contacts: Applicants will need to choose an area of interest with either the Code Administration: Ted Taylor 951-898-0687 Enforcement or Building Code Compliance Division. Adult Art Classes: Leslie Brown 951-316-1311 • Code Enforcement Volunteer- Duties may include: aiding in the Children’s Art Classes: Diane Archuleta 951-737-6064 identification of blighted conditions and other property maintenance violations; assisting with inspections and re-inspections of alleged Corona Heritage Garden Society: Cindy Peterson 951-735-1292 violations; removing of illegal signage in public right of ways; and Curator/Museum Collections: Noella Benvenuti 951-898-0687 educating the public on City standards and regulations. Call (951) Donations/Public Relations: Marla Benson 951-733-8097 739-4970 to become a Code Enforcement Volunteer. Field Trips/Tours/Volunteers: John Quinn 951-736-0488 • Building Code Compliance Volunteer- Duties may include assisting Building Code Inspectors to process cases involving un-permitted Corona Heritage Park and Museum construction, occupancy violations, abandoned structures, and “The History, Art and Culture of Corona” property maintenance issues and acting as “Neighborhood 510 West Foothill Parkway Ambassadors” by assisting in community relations and the Corona, CA 92882 distribution of public information. Contact (951) 736-2432 to www.coronaheritage.org become a Building Code Compliance Volunteer. Volunteer Requirements: • Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age Corona Historic Preservation Society • Possess a high school diploma or the equivalent The Corona Historic Preservation Society (CHPS) is a local non-profit tax • Possess a valid California Drivers License and proof of insurance exempt organization founded in 1983 and dedicated to the preservation and revitalization of Corona’s historic buildings, neighborhoods and • Successfully complete the application process including an sites. CHPS seeks to educate citizens of all ages about Corona’s history, interview and background check. historic resources and to enhance historic preservation within the City of Corona. Programs presented and supported by the Society include: the Historic Marker Program, Vintage Home Tour, Heritage Home Awards, educational seminars and field trips, and numerous community preservation projects and activities. Purpose: • To increase public knowledge and awareness of the unique history of Corona. • To advocate for preservation of historic sites, structures, artifacts and records. • To provide expertise in historic preservation and local history to the City’s Community Development Department and Planning Commission on the merits of preserving various resources. • To assist in relocating or finding alternative reuses of structures threatened with demolition. www.discovercorona.com 24 Registration Information General Policies Corona Residents Priority Mail-In Walk-In Residents & Non-Residents 1. A Corona resident are those individuals who reside within the City limits. Residents of Corona 1. Corona Residents will receive priority enrollment 1. Begins Monday, August 24, 2009, 8:00am to receive priority enrollment during the mail-in during mail-in registration. Proof of residency 5:00pm, Monday thru Friday at the Corona Parks registration process. Proof of residency include (drivers license or utility bill) must match the adult and Community Services Department, 400 S. a CA drivers license and/or utility bill which must address and accompany registration form. Mail Vicentia Street, 2nd Floor. match adult addresses and all registration forms. must not be postmarked before Friday, August 7 2. Registration continues through the second week All incomplete forms and nonresident forms will and will be processed on a first received – first of class. be returned. handled basis. If postmarked before Friday, August 7, registration will be returned. 3. Most classes begin the week of September 14, 2009. 2. Non-residents are classified as those addresses ONLINE REGISTRATION – Please see the City of which do not lie within the Corona city limits 2. All incomplete forms and non-resident forms will be returned. Corona Web site at www.discovercorona.com for including, but not limited to, unincorporated aditional information. Apply for your account now! areas such as Coronita, Home Gardens, El 3. Please complete the form below and send the Cerrito, Corona Valley (East Vale area) and all appropriate fees. Please make checks payable 1. Online registration is available starting Monday, communities south of Weirick Road. The fee for to the City of Corona. August 24, 2009 at 8:00am and you may register non-residents is $10 per person, per activity. until one week prior to your class. 4. Mail to: 3. Pre-registration is required for all classes and Fall Registration 2. Most classes begin the week of September 14, 2009. programs. Corona Parks and Community Services Refund policy 4. All classes must have a minimum enrollment 400 S. Vicentia 1. Class refunds may be granted if requested before they will be offered. In case of lack of Corona, CA 92882-2187 PRIOR to the second scheduled class and after registrants, some classes may be combined or 5. Enclose a self-addressed, stamped envelope a 14 day check verification period. cancelled. to receive your receipt and confirmation of 2. Trip refunds may be granted if requested one 5. A $28.50 service charge will be issued on all classes. week prior to the scheduled trip and if the spot returned checks. can be filled from the Department’s waiting list 6. If you have any “Special Needs” regarding and after the check verification period. Department programs, please contact the Parks 3. There is a refund processing fee of $5 per activity, and Community Services Department at (951) per participant for ALL requested refunds or 736-2241. cancellations. Priority Registration for Corona Residents* Postmarks for Mail-In Begins Friday, August 7, 2009 – NO EARLIER. PROOF OF RESIDENCY MUST ACCOMPANY REGISTRATION ON FORM. Turf Removal Campaign “Take a Hike!” Health The Corona Department of Water and Power (DWP) is leading the charge to reduce potable water consumption by removing & Fitness Expo: thirsty grass areas surrounding its facilities. By removing the turf, Thursday, October 1st and in some areas converting the irrigation to recycled water, the Department is saving potable water for drinking and other uses. 5 – 8 PM Take the ﬁrst steps toward a healthier Thus far, DWP has completed three turf removal projects at its lifestyle at the Corona Public Library’s Health & Fitness Expo. The facilities. The Lester Water Treatment Plant, located on Rimpau event will feature a diverse assortment of health, wellness, and ﬁtness Avenue, was the ﬁrst location topics for the whole family to enjoy. For more information on the Expo, to eliminate its turf area with contact the Library via their website at www.CoronaPublicLibrary.org the removal of 3,600 square or call (951) 736-2381. feet of turf and the planting of 159 water efﬁcient / Chamber of Commerce Business Expo: native California plants. By removing the turf, retroﬁtting Wednesday, October 7th 9 AM the irrigation system and The Business Expo offers exceptional networking and marketing planting the native plants, opportunities for area businesses. This annual event typically draws DWP will be saving 180,000 over 1,000 attendees and is open to gallons of potable water at the public. This year the Business the Lester Plant. Expo will be held on October 7th at Crossroads Church (2331 Kellogg If you would like more Avenue). Call the Corona Chamber of information on the turf removal Commerce at (951) 737-3350 or visit projects or drought tolerant their website at www.CoronaChamber.org for more information. plants and landscaping, please contact (951)736-2234 and ask to speak with a water Senior Health, Safety, & Information resources staff member. Fair: Friday, October 16th 10 AM – 1 PM Participate in a wide variety of health screening opportunities and obtain information on health, wellness, and safety issues at this Community Events year’s Senior Health, Safety, and Information Fair at the Corona Senior Center (921 S. Belle Ave.). For more information on the Fair please contact the Senior Center at (951) 736-2363. Need Help? The City of Corona offers an automated Infoline that can be City Blood Drive: Tuesday, September accessed by calling (951) 736-2400. The following are phone 1st 9 AM – 2 PM numbers you can call for answers to a variety of “frequently asked questions”: Help save lives in our community by donating blood! The City of Animal Control........................................................... 736-2309 Corona and LifeStream (formerly the Blood Bank of San Bernardino and Riverside Counties) is hosting a blood drive at the Multi-Purpose Business Licenses ..................................................... 736-2275 Room in Corona City Hall (400 S. Vicentia Ave). This drive will beneﬁt City Job Hotline ......................................................... 736-2205 the hundreds of people who need blood each day to survive. To Corona Cruiser .......................................................... 734-9418 register to donate or for more information call (951) 817-5824 or visit Corona Police Department ......................................... 736-2330 www.LStream.org Customer Service Line ............................................... 736-2300 Walk for Health: Dial-A-Ride ................................................................ 734-7220 Graffiti Hotline ........................................................... 817-5841 Saturday, September Library ...................................................................... 736-2382 26th 7:30 AM Park & Tree Maintenance ........................................... 817-5728 The Foundation for Community Neighborhood Watch ................................................. 279-3571 and Family Health presents its Senior Center ............................................................ 736-2363 annual “Walk for Health”. The Sidewalk/Street Repair ............................................... 736-2301 Walk supports the Foundation’s commitment to ﬁght cancer Voter Registration ...................................................... 736-2201 through prevention, education, and screening. Please contact the Foundation at (951) 270-0536 or visit their website at: www.OurLocalFight.org to participate or donate. Corona CONNECTION is a newsletter published quarterly by the City of Corona for its residents PRSRT STD City of Corona U.S. POSTAGE City of Corona PAID Parks and Services Dept. Parks and Services Dept. 400. S S Vicentia Street 400. Vicentia Street Corona, CA 92882 RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMER Corona, CA 92882 ECRWSS CITY OF CORONA PARKS & FACILITIES 1 AUBURNDALE PARK 1045 AUBURNDALE ST. ST AG 2 BORDER PARK 2400 BORDER AVE. EC FAIRVIEW AVE OA HID 28 DEN LOO GE 3 BRENTWOOD PARK 1646 DAWNRIDGE P DR CH 39 ON VAL L R A EY D 4 BUENA VISTA PARK 2515 BUENA VISTA AVE. D PKW VILL RY EW PA 17 Y CO RK 5 BUTTERFIELD PARK 1886 BUTTERFIELD STAGE DR. VI K ST RI BU UB RY R 42 R PA DG 6 CHASE PARK 1415 E. CHASE DR. RI A LE 32 IST AU CL UNT IV NC HV ER E DA AVIATIO CK DR NC 33 AV 7 CITRUS PARK 1250 SANTANA WAY O RA CO SADDLEBA R N DR N RN 1 D E CE I DR EN 8 CITY PARK 930 E. 6TH ST. 13 TEHACHAP EV DA LN ST BUTTERFIELD 40 MT ST HELENA CO RS 9 CIVIC CENTER 815 W. 6TH ST. STAGE DR HUMPHRIES MCKIN CR LIN TA PR 5 10 CLEARWATER SPORTS FIELDS 2205 RAILROAD ST. 15 ES CO A ING 10 OS TA 11 CONTRERAS PARK BUENA VISTA & RAILROAD IP N LEY A RAIL S ROA AR COLLETT D M E ADE 12 CORONA CITY HALL 400 S. VICENTIA ST. 14 AV MEN 29 PRO VE NORTH INO VE 13 CORONA MUNICIPAL AIRPORT 1901 AVIATION DR. TERM NT UR SMITH ST 11 18 A SERFAS CLUB DR AND BLVD. GR AVE PR LIA OM 3RD G NO MA EN 12 37 AD VICTORIA 6TH JOY E 6TH 8 MERRILL 9 BELLE R 91 VICENTIA E IM DG 9TH PA RI 10TH 25 35 41 U WN 21 FU DA AVENIDA DEL VISTA LINCOLN RIDGELINE DR LL 19 3 E ER G ND GAR RE K TO OLIVE EL RA EN N RD LO G RI RET 30 G MAIN ST VE A VIA PACIFICA EO CITRON G LI ER R 22 S NO SON RD PA 36 RD 23 AG BO M 27 ONTARIO BUENA VISTA 2 24 MANGULAR 31 14 CRESTA VERDE PARK 1640 E. COLLETT TAYLOR 4 34 15 EAGLE GLEN PARK 4190 BENNETT AVE. 7 16 EL CERRITO SPORTS PARK 7500 EL CERRITO RD. KELLOGG SANTANA (Joint use facility with County of Riverside) 17 FAIRVIEW PARK 1604 FAIRVIEW 18 GRIFFIN PARK 2804 GRIFFIN WAY IA RN 19 HUSTED PARK 1200 MERRILL CHASE DR FO 15 LI 20 JAMESON PARK 1155 VALENCIA RD. 6 16 CA FOOTH RRITO 21 JOY PARK JOY & E. GRAND ILL PKW Y EL CE 22 KELLOGG PARK 1635 KELLOGG 26 MO UN 23 LINCOLN PARK LINCOLN & CITRON TA 20 IN BENNETT AVE GA 24 MANGULAR PARK 2200 MANGULAR AVE. TE O LC JA 25 MERRILL PARK 10TH & W. GRAND CA 26 MOUNTAIN GATE PARK 3100 S. MAIN ST. AY RIV RKW 27 ONTARIO PARK ONTARIO & VIA PACIFICA IER 15 PA DR AD N 28 PARKVIEW PARK 2094 PARKVIEW DR. R LE SS G LE LA 29 PROMENADE PARK 615 RICHEY G 38 EA YG 30 RIDGELINE PARK 2850 RIDGELINE SP 31 RIMPAU PARK 1155 E. ONTARIO AVE. 32 RIVER ROAD PARK 1100 W. RIVER RD. 33 ROCK VISTA PARK 2481 STEVEN DR. 34 SANTANA REGIONAL PARK 598 SANTANA WAY 35 SENIOR CENTER 921 S. BELLE 36 SERFAS CLUB PARK 37 SHERIDAN PARK 2575 GREEN RIVER RD. 300 S. SHERIDAN For Information Call The Parks 38 SPYGLASS PARK 39 STAGECOACH PARK 1790 SPYGLASS 2125 STAGECOACH RD. & Community Services Dept. 40 TEHACHAPI PARK 41 VICTORIA PARK TEHACHAPI & ST. HELENA 312 9TH ST. (951) 736-2241 42 VILLAGE PARK 860 VILLAGE LOOP DR.
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