SEPT-DEC FALL 2022
COMMUNITY SERVICES GUIDE
COMMUNITY CENTERS NEWS & COMMUNITY
FIRE & POLICE SPECIAL EVENTS
YUCAIPA CITY COUNCIL Mayor, David Avila Mayor Pro Tem, Justin Beaver Councilmember, Greg Bogh Councilmember, Bobby Duncan Councilmember, Jon Thorp
YUCAIPA PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
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DANCE & WELLNESS
S.T.A.R.S. AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM
PARKS & FACILITIES MAP
CITY DEPARTMENTS City Manager, Ray Casey Assistant City Manager, Jennifer Crawford Director of Finance, Andrew Hamilton Director of Development Services & City Engineer, Fermin Preciado Director of Community Services, Megan Wolfe COMMUNITY SERVICES STAFF Administrative Assistant, Leticia Christian Supervisor, Mary Johnson Supervisor, Nick Johnson Supervisor, Sarah Martinez Coordinator, Julia Basa Coordinator, Elise Campbell Coordinator, Gilbert Guardado Coordinator, Karen Ruiz Coordinator, Ruby Samayoa-Marquez Coordinator, Marcus Welch Yucaipa Fire Chief, Grant Malinowski Yucaipa Police Captain, Julie Landen
CITY HALL 34272 Yucaipa Blvd., Yucaipa, CA 92399 909-797-2489 Monday - Thursday | 7:30am - 6pm *Closed on 11/24, 12/16-12/31
HOW TO GET IN LINE AT CITY HALL AHEAD OF TIME: Citizens can be served quickly and efficiently with our check-in soft- ware. Ways to join the line include downloading the app, texting a designated phone number, joining the queue online, or checking in at the lobby kiosk.
909-675-0410 Keyword: yucaipa cityhall
Download the QLess App
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Use the kiosk located in the City Hall lobby
YOUR YUCAIPA COMMUNITY CENTERS
YUCAIPA COMMUNITY CENTER 34900 Oak Glen Rd., Yucaipa, CA 92399 909-790-7460 Monday-Friday | 9am-8pm Saturday | 9am-6pm Closed on 9/5, 11/24, 12/19-12/31 *See Gym hours and prices on page 14.
SCHERER COMMUNITY CENTER
12202 First St., Yucaipa, CA 92399 909-797-1177 Monday-Thursday | 8:30am-4pm Closed on 9/5, 11/24, 12/19-12/31
HOW TO REGISTER FOR A CLASS: Walk-in
REGISTRATION POLICIES: 1. Pre-registration is necessary for all activities and classes.
Walk-in registration is accepted at your local Community Center during regular hours of operation. Registration forms are available at both of your community centers. The Community Services Department accepts cash, check, and credit card. Online Residents can register for most classes and activities online at: www.yucaipa.org/enroll Enter the Class ID, which can be found under each description in this activity guide. If there is no Class ID, type in the name of the class you would like to register for. To complete your registration, select your class(es), create an account, and check out. Photo Release By participating in these programs, you are giving permission to the City of Yucaipa to photograph you and/or your child/children for use in future City publications and you and/or your child/children will not receive compensa- tion for such use.
2. Program information is correct and up-to-date at the time of publishing. The Department reserves the right to change any program information and/ or fees as it deems necessary. Classes and times are subject to change based on enrollment, and we apologize in advance for any inconvenience. Please call 909-790-7460 for more information. View a digital copy of the guide at: www.yucaipa.org. 3. Refunds will be considered, if requested prior to the second scheduled class. A $15 service fee, per enrollment, will be assessed for all refunds. Re- quests for refunds will not be accepted after the second scheduled class. COVID-19: The Yucaipa Community Services Department may cancel, reschedule, or re-envision programs, events, and services, based on the latest COVID-19 guidelines provided by the County and State. Please check our website and social media pages for the most recent and up to date information released by the City.
NEWS UPPER WILDWOOD CREEK BASIN PROJECT FUNDED
Yucaipa…The Upper Wildwood Creek Basin Project has been successful- ly funded by direct budget action by the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors and the placement in the recently passed California State Budget. By working in collaboration, Supervisor Dawn Rowe and Assembly Chad Mayes made the case to fund a project that will help ensure our region’s water resilience in the face of current and future droughts. Supervisor Rowe helped negotiate $880,000 from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), and Assemblyman Mayes successfully advocated to the Gov- ernor and the State Assembly to allocate $1,800,000 from the budget signed earlier this year. “While partisan gridlock dominates the news these days, having Super- visor Dawn Rowe as a partner is a perfect example of how government should work. Dawn’s tenacity is on full display with the funding for The Upper Wildwood Creek Basin Project,” said Mayes. The Upper Wildwood Creek Basin Project is a flow-through retention/de- tention system that will temporarily store a specified volume of storm- water runoff before it begins to discharge the stormwater at a controlled rate. This proposed basin will have an estimated stormwater capacity of 25 acre-feet (8.1 million gallons) and is anticipated to capture and recharge approximately 250 acre-feet of stormwater during an average rainfall year. Additionally, the basin maintenance roads will provide all weather access to cross Wildwood Creek, providing connectivity to exist- ing and future trails. “A perfect collaboration between State and Local Officials”
Supervisor Dawn Rowe said, “This critical funding will help with flood control protection, improve water quality, and promote environmental restoration. I want to thank Assemblyman Mayes for his advocacy and for helping to secure state funding to make this important project a reality.” Mayor David Avila said, “On behalf of the City of Yucaipa and my col- leagues on the City Council, I would like to express our gratitude and thanks for the outstanding support we received from San Bernardino County Supervisor Dawn Rowe and Assemblymember Chad Mayes. Be- cause of their leadership, hard work, and dedication, the City will be able to start construction on the Upper Wildwood Creek Basin Project.” In addition to water resilience, this funding, along with an allocation from the City’s Capital Improvement Program, will benefit the sur- rounding environment by defending against erosion and providing flood control protection within the area and will also facilitate groundwater recharge opportunities, improve downstream water quality, and protect downstream public and private properties from flooding.
VOTE! NOVEMBER 8TH ELECTION
VOTE IN PERSON Voters can vote on Election Day, November 8, at their designated Polling Location, which will be provided on the back of their Voter Information Guide. Polling place information is also available on the San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters website at www.sbcountyelections.com. You can also return your vote-by-mail ballot in person to a secure ballot drop box, to a voting location, or to the County elections office by 8:00 p.m. on November 8. There is an official permanent and affixed Election Ballot Drop box for mail-in ballots located in front of the Yucaipa Police Station (34144 Yucaipa Blvd., Yucaipa, 92399) and in the parking lot adjacent to the Yucaipa Branch Library (12040 5th St, Yucaipa, CA 92399). All registered voters may vote using a vote-by-mail ballot instead of going to the polls on Election Day. Vote-by- mail ballots can be returned by mail using the prepaid postage as long as it is postmarked on or before November 8, 2022.
DISTRICT-BASED CITY COUNCIL ELECTIONS Every ten years, local governments use new data from the Census to redraw their district lines to reflect how local populations have changed. While all Councilmem- bers take pride in representing and serving the entire community of Yucaipa, regis- tered voters cast a ballot for one member of the City Council who resides within the same District as the voter. Elections for City Council Districts 1 and 2 will be held on November 8. Current Coun- cilmembers who reside in Districts 3, 4, and 5 will represent their Districts until the next election in November 2024. More information about the November election is available at www.yucaipa.org/elections-and-voter-information.
FIND YOUR DISTRICT Residents can look up their District by using an interactive map online at https://yucaipa.org/elections-and-voter-information.
HEALTHY YUCAIPA COMMITTEE The Committee is composed of seven members (five members appointed by the Mayor and each Councilmember and two members appointed by the City Council at-large). The Healthy Yucaipa Committee shall have the option to recommend an eighth member for appointment by the City Council as a non-voting youth member to the Committee. Two City Councilmembers will be appointed to serve as non-voting liaisons to the Healthy Yucaipa Committee. Each committee member’s term (at-large and individual Councilmember appointments) shall run consistent with the general municipal election and shall be for two-years from January 1 to January 1. The student member serves a single ten month term, from September through June.
The Healthy Yucaipa Committee’s primary responsibilities include: • Acting in an advisory capacity to the City Council in all other policy matters pertaining to the Healthy Yucaipa Committee • Promoting community health • Reviewing proposals for programs, projects and facilities • Assisting in supporting one of the goals of the Youth Advisory Committee, which is to promote healthy guidelines and choices for youth Regular meetings are held on the 3rd Monday of each month.
Visit yucaipa.org/city-commissions-committees/ or scan the QR code to remain up to date on committee information.
TRAILS AND OPEN SPACE COMMITTEE On Saturday, August 14, the City of Yucaipa and Trails and Open Space Committee opened the much anticipated Wildwood Mountain Bike Track. The single track trail is dedicated to mountain bikes and was prioritized by city council as part of the fiscal year 2018/2019 Goals and Objectives process. The mountain bike course is located at 36749 Wildwood Canyon Rd, on a 33-acre city owned property located just south of Wildwood City Park.
The Take-a-Hike program also recognizes regular hikers. Hikers who complete six hikes receive a customized ball cap with the City of Yucaipa logo and “Trails & Open Space” additionally embroidered. An additional six hikes earn a custom lapel pin featuring an iconic Yucaipa image, such as a coastal oak tree or apple tree, the latter emblematic of the nearby Oak Glen apple-growing community. Canines who complete six hikes with their human companions win a custom bandana. The Yucaipa Trails and Open Space Committee is comprised of volunteers who are dedicated to keeping the unique natural environments of the city accessible for recreational hiking, bicycling and horseback riding. Hikers are encouraged to bring water, a hat, and sunscreen. Dogs on leash are permitted.
The committee hosts free monthly hikes - generally between 1-1/2 and 2-1/2 miles in length - to familiarize members of the public with some of the city’s 45 miles of multi-use trails. Four hikes remain in the 2022 schedule of the Yucaipa Trails & Open Space Committee's Take-a-Hike program. Sept. 10, 8 a.m. – Regional Park Loop, beginning at the Yucaipa Community Park, 34900 Oak Glen Road. Oct. 8, 8 a.m. – Wildwood Canyon State Park, Water Canyon Trail, 12241 Canyon Drive. Nov. 12, 9 a.m. – Three Hawks Trail, Crafton Hills Open Space Conservancy, trailhead parking on Campus Drive, Crafton Hills College. Dec. 10, 9 a.m. – El Dorado Ranch Park, 37216 Oak Glen Road. The remaining hikes for 2022 are as follows:
Specific information about upcoming hikes is posted on the Facebook page, accessible at: https://www.facebook.com/gro ups/230133874344358
DONATE Save a life
At-Home Food Waste Recycling A new CA law will require all residents and commercial businesses to participate in a food waste recycling program to divert organics from landfills.
MONTHLY BLOOD DRIVES
1ST WEDNESDAY OF THE MONTH
For more information and to remain up to date on the upcoming food waste recycling program In Yucaipa, scan the QR code.
10am - 3pm
YUCAIPA CITY HALL 34272 YUCAIPA BLVD FOR APPOINTMENTS: CALL 800-879-4484 OR VISIT LSTREAM.ORG
BLOOD DRIVE AUTUMNFEST
AUTUMNFEST BLOOD DRIVE SHRED-IT EVENT MAKE A DIFFERENCE DAY
BLOOD DRIVE ELECTION DAY THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY WINTERFEST
7 10 25 31
BLOOD DRIVE YUCAIPA CHRISTMAS PARADE
CHRISTMAS DAY NEW YEAR’S EVE
YUCAIPA FIRE DEPARTMENT Fire protection and paramedic services are provided by the Yucaipa Fire Department through a staffing agreement with CAL FIRE. The Yucaipa Fire Department also provides fire suppression and paramedic service to the Community of Oak Glen by contract with the County of San Bernardino.
FIRE PREVENTION WEEK - OCTOBER 9-15, 2022
10AM - 2PM OCT 15
FIRE STATIONS Bryant - 11416 Bryant Street (909) 797-1000
Wildwood - 34259 Wildwood Canyon Rd. (909)-795-3048
STATION 3 34259 Wildwood Canyon Rd. Yucaipa, CA 92399
Crafton - 35664 Yucaipa Blvd. (909) 797-2313
TENS In an effort to quickly communicate information on impending dangers, the San Bernardino County Sheriff and Fire Departments send high-speed mass notifications via telephone and text messages. This system is known as the Telephone Emergency Notification System (TENS). The County uses a database of landline telephone numbers, which is updated every six months, to send emergency messages to landline phones only. By signing up below, resi- dents can also receive emergency text messages on their cell phones, add voice over internet phone numbers (V.O.I.P.), and manage their own account using a valid email address. Those without internet connections can sign up by calling 211 or (909) 980-2857 for assistance in registering. TENS alerts do not generally go out to the entire County but instead are targeted to affected areas.
Grant Malinowski, Fire Chief
POLICE YUCAIPA POLICE DEPARTMENT
CHECK YOUR PLATES
On a regular basis, remember to check
and verify the number on your issued
license plates that are affixed to your
We want to remind everyone that
vehicles. It is important to recall the
during months leading up to the
specific number which was issued to
holidays, thieves are more inclined to
steal packages from porches, mailboxes
and parked vehicles.
At times when a car thief steals a
vehicle, they will remove the license
It is important to secure all personal
plate from your vehicle and affix it to a
belongings as soon as possible and
stolen vehicle to disguise the validity of
ensure delivered packages are always
the stolen car they may be driving.
kept out of sight from passerby.
k your license plates to
Cameras are a deterrent only and may
ensure the proper plate is affixed to
not keep packages from being stolen.
When feasible, set up a delivery time
Per California Vehicle Code section
when someone will be home to receive
5200(a), you must affix two issued
packages. Make sure it always looks like
plates onto your vehicle, one in the
someone is home. Alternatively, have
front and the other in the rear. You can
your packages delivered to the local
always call our non-emergency dispatch
post office and pick them up at a later
phone number at 909-790-3100 to
report a lost or stolen license plate.
SCHOOL ZONE SAFETY
When leaving your vehicle unattended,
be sure to lock the doors and leave all
As children return back to school, traffic
items of value out of site. Check, check
safety is a key priority to hel
and re-check. Don’t leave extra keys
students safe. Please be aware of your
inside of your vehicle. Park in well lit
surroundings and pay close attention
while driving near or around school
zones, restaurants and convenience
Always obey the traffic laws while
traveling in and around a school zone.
Parents have your child walk with a
“buddy” or set up a carpool for pickup
and drop off.
YUCAIPA POLICE STATION | 34144 YUCAIPA BLVD | 909-918-2305
YUCAIPA PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
OCTOBER 9/16 9/21 9/30 SEPTEMBER
YPAC Presents: Date Night Paint Night Open Mic Night Autumnfest - Day One
10/1 10/14-15 10/19 10/21-22 10/28 10/29-30
Autumnfest - Day Two Escape Room Open Mic Night Escape Room Spooky Silents: A Silent Film Halloween YPAC & Legendary Productions Presents: The Addam’s Family: A New Musical Comedy
Open Mic Night Winterfest Uptown Ice Rink
11/16 11/26 11/26-1/1
The Nutcracker An Irish Christmas Christmas Carol
12/2-12/4 12/15-12/16 12/22-12/24
NOVEMBER 26 - JANUARY 1 YUCAIPA.ORG/ICERINK
YOUNG ARTIST’S ACADEMY
TUESDAYS 4PM & 6PM
MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS 10AM | TUESDAYS 10AM, 4PM & 6:30PM HULA FOR KIDS (AGES 6 - 10) | MONDAYS 4:30PM Learn the art of hula dancing! Classes will take place at the Yucaipa Performing Arts Center. Instructor Jennifer Stegall will teach the basic steps of Auana dances, Hawaiian terminology and practicing hula. No experience needed! Pa’u skirts required (loaners available upon request). | Contract Instructor: Jennifer Stegall | Cost: Youth (6-10 y/o) $30/month, Adults (11-54 y/o) $40/month, Seniors (55+) $25/month Each week the Young Artist’s Academy explores the Elements of Art, through the study of many diverse artists’ works, while also being introduced to different techniques using a variety of art mediums. Each session includes a directed lesson, with all supplies included. The young artist walks away with confidence, a unique experience, and a self-produced masterpiece. Contract Instructor: Daryl Bryan | Cost: $40/month 1ST & 3RD THURSDAYS 6PM Each session the “ELEMENTS” Adult Basic Art Class explores the Elements of Art, through the study of many diverse artists’ works, while also being introduced to different techniques using a variety of art mediums. Each session includes a directed lesson, with all supplies included. The ELEMENTS artist walks away a unique experience and a masterpiece. For adults ages 18+. All supplies are provided. | Contract Instructor: Daryl Bryan | Cost: $15/class ELEMENTS HULA CLASSES
WEDNESDAYS 4:45PM & 5:45PM | THURSDAYS 6:45PM Students will learn the fundamentals of acting. Participating in acting exercises develop confidence and creativity. Adults and children will learn to project their voices which in return make excellent public speakers. Students will explore expressing their emotions through different characters while having a great time with improvisation and group activities. Cost: Youth (6-12 y/o) $100/month, Teens (13-17 y/o) $100/month, Adults (18+ y/o) $185/month
BOX OFFICE HOURS: TUES-SAT, 4PM TO 8PM | 909-500-7714
YUCAIPA COMMUNITY CENTER - GYM HOURS* BASKETBALL MONDAY-FRIDAY: 9AM – 7:30PM SATURDAY: 9AM – 5:30PM ADULTS:
BASKETBALL/PICKLEBALL FEES: YOUTH & SENIORS:
9AM – 7:30PM 9AM – 5:30PM
RACQUETBALL FEES: YOUTH & SENIORS:
*HOURS SUBJECT TO CHANGE
9AM – 12PM
TIGER CLAW KARATE - AGES 5+ Learn self-defense and gain self-confidence through the study of Karate, Aikido, and Judo. A black uniform can be purchased through the instructor for $40 (includes a one-time $10 registration fee). Belt testing fee is $10
TENNIS Introduce youth to basic tennis strokes and mechanics through match play and competition. Classes supervised by a Certified United States Professional Tennis Associa- tion Tennis Association Instructor with over 30 years of Junior Tennis Coaching Experience. Instructor: David Kayatta Location: Yucaipa Community Park PEE WEE TENNIS CLINICS - AGES 3-6 A fun introduction to a sport that can be enjoyed for a lifetime. Fundamentals of forehand and backhand strokes are instilled in an entertaining and social setting. T Th 9/1-9/29 3:45pm to 4:30pm $85 24803 Sat 9/3-9/24 9:15am to 10:30am $50 24918 T Th 10/4-10/27 3:45pm to 4:30pm $85 24804 Sat 10/1-10/29 9:15am to 10:30am $50 24919 T Th 11/1-11/29 3:45pm to 4:30pm $85 24805 Sat 11/5-11/26 9:15am to 10:30am $50 24920 T Th 12/1-12/29 3:45pm to 4:30pm $85 24806 Sat 12/3-12/17 9:15am to 10:30am $40 24921 BEGINNER TENNIS CLINICS - AGES 7-13 A fun introduction to a sport that can be enjoyed for a lifetime. Fundamentals of forehand and backhand strokes are instilled in an entertaining and social setting. T Th 9/1-9/29 4:30pm to 5:30pm $95 24795 Sat 9/3-9/24 10:30am to 11:30am $50 24926 T Th 10/4-10/27 4:30pm to 5:30pm $95 24796 Sat 10/1-10/29 10:30am to 11:30am $50 24927 T Th 11/1-11/29 4:30pm to 5:30pm $95 24797 Sat 11/5-11/26 10:30am to 11:30am $50 24928 T Th 12/1-12/29 4:30pm to 5:30pm $95 24798 Sat 12/3-12/17 10:30am to 11:30am $40 24929
FIRST TEE GOLF CLASS First Tee Community Golf Class is a great way to learn the game of golf through a series of games, drills and instruction. Our highly trained coaches will provide a fun atmosphere for beginning golfers to learn the fun- damentals. All equipment is provided. T Th 9/1-9/29 6:30pm to 7:30pm $95 24791 T Th 10/4-10/27 6:30pm to 7:30pm $95 24792 T Th 11/1-11/29 6:30pm to 7:30pm $95 24793 T Th 12/1-12/20 6:30pm to 7:30pm $95 24794 ADVANCED TENNIS CLINICS - AGES 10-16 Take your game to the next level with introduction to match play and preparations for team and USTA tourna- ment play. T Th 9/1-9/29 5:30pm to 6:30pm $95 24799 Sat 9/3-9/24 11:30am to 12:30am $50 24922 T Th 10/4-10/27 5:30pm to 6:30pm $95 24800 Sat 10/1-10/29 11:30am to 12:30am $50 24923 T Th 11/1-11/29 5:30pm to 6:30pm $95 24801 Sat 11/5-11/26 11:30am to 12:30am $50 24924 T Th 12/1-12/29 5:30pm to 6:30pm $95 24802 Sat 12/3-12/17 11:30am to 12:30am $40 24925 INTERMEDIATE TENNIS CLINICS - AGES 7-13 Introduction to match play and reinforcing groundstroke mechanics in a fun and competitive setting. Goal will be to prepare participants for High School and Tournament Team Play.
and payable to the instructor. Instructors: Don & Candy Miller Location: Yucaipa Community Center
Tu 9/6-9/27 5:30pm to 6:30pm $40 24810 Tu 10/4-10/25 5:30pm to 6:30pm $40 24813 Tu 11/1-11/29 5:30pm to 6:30pm $40 24816 Tu 12/6-8/20 5:30pm to 6:30pm $30 24817
F F F F
9/9-9/30 5:30pm to 6:30pm $40 24808 10/7-10/28 5:30pm to 6:30pm $40 24811 11/4-11/25 5:30pm to 6:30pm $40 24814 12/2-12/16 5:30pm to 6:30pm $30 24817
CYSC CHEERLEADING CYSC Pom-Pom Cheerleading-Drill Team Classes. Our program teaches confidence, coordination, teamwork, and SPIRIT! Students 5-17 learn all 3 skills in one super fun and energetic class. $115 Uniform and pom-pom fee payable to class instructor. Location: Yucaipa Community Center JR. STARS CHEER - AGES 5-7 F 9/16-12/9 6pm to 6:30pm $108 24858 SR. STARS CHEER - AGES 8-17 F 9/16-12/9 6:40pm to 7:10pm $108 24860 Tu F 9/2-9/30 5:30pm to 6:30pm $50 24809 Tu F 10/4-10/28 5:30pm to 6:30pm $50 24812 Tu F 11/1-11/29 5:30pm to 6:30pm $50 24815 Tu F 12/2-12/20 5:30pm to 6:30pm $37.50 24818
Instructor: First Tee Inland Empire Location: Yucaipa Community Park
M 9/12-10/10 5pm to 6pm $95 24896
LOCAL SPORTS LEAGUES
ADULT SOFTBALL LEAGUE WWW.MLSOFTBALL.COM
YUCAIPA VALLEY AMERICAN LITTLE LEAGUE WWW.YVALL.ORG YUCAIPA VALLEY NATIONAL LITTLE LEAGUE WWW.YVNLL.ORG YUCAIPA VALLEY YOUTH SOCCER WWW.YUCAIPASOCCER.ORG YUCAIPA AQUATICS WWW.YUCAIPASWIM.ORG
JUNIOR ALL AMERICAN FOOTBALL & CHEER WWW.LEAGUELINEUP.COM/YUCAIPATBIRDS YUCAIPA GIRLS SOFTBALL WWW.YCASA.COM YUCAIPA YOUTH BASKETBALL WWW.YUCAIPAYOUTHBASKETBALL.ORG YUCAIPA BMX WWW.YUCAIPABMX.COM
SAND CANYON WATER POLO WWW.SANDCANYONWP.COM
DANCE & WELLNESS
JAZZERCISE - AGES 18+ Jazzercise is a pulse-pounding, body-pumping, fitness program that has been going strong for 50 years. Burn up to 800 calories in any of our formats. We offer Dance Mix, Core, Strength, Low-impact, Interval, Fusion, Strike, and Express. You can also purchase the 10 class pass option or pay a one time drop-in fee. Registra- tion is taken on-site with Jazzercise instructors. Bring a towel and water bottle for this calorie blasting class. Receive UNLIMITED classes for only $40 a month. For additional information please call (909)790-9627 or email: email@example.com. Location: Yucaipa Community Park Amphitheater M Tu W F S Sept-Dec 8:45am $40/month M W Sept-Dec 6:30pm $40/month Th Sept-Dec 6pm $40/month INTRODUCTORY BALLET: AGES 6-8 Students learn basic movements to slowly develop correct placement, flexibility, and strength. This class is structured for beginning levels. Incorporating terminol- ogy, stretches, exercises, patterns, and formations. Location: Yucaipa Community Center Tu 9/6-9/27 5:45pm to 6:30pm $50 24843 Tu 10/4-10/25 5:45pm to 6:30pm $50 24844 Tu 11/1-11/29 5:45pm to 6:30pm $50 24845 Tu 12/6-12/27 5:45pm to 6:30pm $50 24846 PARENT & ME BALLET: AGES 3-5 The child and parent learn the basic movements of Ballet together and the basic understanding of dancing to music. This class is structured to provide fun quality time for parents and children, while also preparing a child to progress into a more structured training envi- ronment. Location: Yucaipa Community Center Tu 9/6-9/27 5pm to 5:45pm $50 24847 Tu 10/4-10/25 5pm to 5:45pm $50 24848 Tu 11/1-11/29 5pm to 5:45pm $50 24849 Tu 12/6-12/27 5pm to 5:45pm $50 24850
CHOOSE HAPPY VIBES - SOUND BATH Simply close your eyes, relax and allow the vibration- al sounds of Singing Bowls to take you away. It’s like a massage from the inside out; and it feels wonderful! Please bring a mat, blanket, pillow and arrive 15 min- utes early. Sorry, no entry once class begins. For more information, please call (909)437-4310 or visit www.choosehappyvibes.com. Instructor: Peg McKnight Location: Yucaipa Community Center W 9/7 12:30pm to 2pm $25 24834 W 9/7 6pm to 7:30pm $25 24835 W 10/5 12:30pm to 2pm $25 24836 W 10/5 6pm to 7:30pm $25 24837 W 11/2 12:30pm to 2pm $25 24838 W 11/2 6pm to 7:30pm $25 24839 W 12/7 12:30pm to 2pm $25 24840 W 12/7 6pm to 7:30pm $25 24841 TRADITIONAL YOGA This class is for beginners as well as practicing stu- dents. Focus on safe and mindful movements, improve flexibility, strength, and balance. Developing greater self-awareness can help students better manage stress, reduce pain, and relieve tension. This is an ongoing class. Drop in rates are $12 per class. There will be no class on 10/10-14 and 12/26-30. Instructor: Brenda Olson Location: Yucaipa Community Center M W 9/5-9/28 5pm to 6:15pm $65 24822 Tu Th 9/6-9/26 10am-11:15am $65 24823 M W 10/3-10/26 5pm to 6:15pm $65 24825 Tu Th 10/4-10/27 10am-11:15am $65 24826 M W 11/2-11/30 5pm to 6:15pm $65 24828 Tu Th 11/1-11/29 10am-11:15am $65 24829 M W 12/5-12/28 5pm to 6:15pm $65 24831 DOG OBEDIENCE Class will be held at the Yucaipa Community Park. Dogs must be 10 weeks of age or older. This is a six-week course. Must show proof of vaccinations. Basic obe- dience for puppies and adults. We cover the following commands: Sit, lie down, come, stay, heel (walk by my side without pulling), No jump and off. We also teach boundary training (don’t go past). Must pre-register prior to 1st class date. Th 8/25-9/29 6pm to 7pm $100 24999 W 10/20-12/1 6pm to 7pm $100 25000
USING ESSENTIAL OILS Essential Oils (EO’s) have been used for 1000’s of years as remedies to support health, skincare and balance the emotions. Recent research is beginning to validate some of the properties of these natural compounds. Learn the differences between the industrialized “es- sential oil” market and the real plant essences, which carry many health benefits. Make your own blends and other EO projects that will help you keep your family, home and even your pets healthier and happier! Instructor: Brenda Olson Location: Yucaipa Community Center
Th 9/15 6:30pm to 7:30pm $20 Th 11/24 6:30pm to 7:30pm $20 Th 12/22 6:30pm to 7:30pm $20
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GENTLE MOVES - 55+ This class focuses on Yoga and Pilates type movement, with an emphasis on joint mobility, muscle and core strength, balance, and movement. Ages 55 and over. No class 9/5, 11/11, 12/19, 12/26. Instructor: Natalie Erikson Location: Scherer Community Center, Banquet Room B Mon 9/12-9/26 11:30am to 1pm $6/class 24874 Mon 10/3-10/31 11:30am to 1pm $6/class 24875 Mon 11/7-11/28 11:30am to 1pm $6/class 24876 Mon 12/5-12/12 11:30am to 1pm $6/class 24877 CHAIR AEROBICS - 50+ This class is for the senior who is looking to stay active even with limited mobility. Increase your cardio and improve your strength and flexibility to help continue moving your body. Recommended equipment includes 5lb (or less) weights. Weights should be based on a participant’s ability and comfort. Ages 50 and over. No class on 9/1, 9/5, 11/24, 12/22, 12/29. Instructor: Lisbeth Prudholm Location: Scherer Community Center, Banquet Room A M T Th 9/6-9/29 10:45am to 12pm $6/class 24884 M T Th 10/3-10/31 10:45am to 12pm $6/class 24885 M T Th 11/1-11/29 10:45am to 12pm $6/class 24886 M T Th 12/1-12/15 10:45am to 12pm $6/class 24887
CRAFT N’ CREATIONS - 50+ Looking for a class where you can create a variety of arts and crafts with the help of an instructor? Join us once a month, on Thursday, for crafting fun. This free senior club is for individuals of all levels who are looking to tap into their creative side amongst other crafters. Pre-registration is required and can be done in-person at the Scherer Community Center. Supplies are provided. Club will meet on 9/29, 10/27,11/17, 12/15. Location: Yucaipa Community Center, Activity Room
SCHERER COMMUNITY CENTER 12022 FIRST ST., YUCAIPA, CA 92399 MONDAY-THURSDAY: 8:30AM – 4PM
AEROBICS 2 GO - 50+ This is a high intensity, low-impact class for students who want to increase strength and fitness and for those who wish to be challenged. It is cross-training for adults and includes cardio, flexibility, balance, and strength-training. The last 30 minutes of class includes a cool down of Pilates-like stretching. Recommened equipment includes 5lb (or less) weights and a yoga mat. Weights should be based on a participant’s ability and comfort. Ages 50 and over. No class on 9/1, 9/5, 11/24,12/22, 12/29. Instructor: Lisbeth Prudholm Location: Scherer Community Center, Banquet Room A M T Th 9/6-9/29 9am to 10:30am $6/class 24879 M T Th 10/3-10/31 9am to 10:30am $6/class 24880 M T Th 11/1-11/29 9am to 10:30am $6/class 24881 M T Th 12/1-12/15 9am to 10:30am $6/class 24882 TAI CHI - 55+ Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese exercise with movement to help you relax mentally and physically at a deeper level. Wear loose comfortable clothing. Drop-in. Ages 55 and over. No class on 11/24, 12/22, 12/29. Instructor: Katsuko Shiomi Location: Scherer Community Center, Banquet Room B T Th 9/1-9/29 10am to 11:30am $3/class 24864 T Th 10/4-10/27 10am to 11:30am $3/class 24865 T Th 11/1-11/29 10am to 11:30am $3/class 24866 T Th 12/1-12/15 10am to 11:30am $3/class 24867 LINE DANCING - 55+ Dance your way to health! This class is an intro to line dancing for those who are interested in learning step patterns. If you can count to 8, then we can teach you to line dance. All skill levels are welcomed. Ages 55 and over. No class on 12/21 and 12/28. Instructor: Martha Quintero Location: Scherer Community Center, Banquet Room B W 9/7-9/28 11:30am to 12:30pm $8/class 24889 W 10/5-10/26 11:30am to 12:30pm $8/class 24890 W 11/2-11/30 11:30am to 12:30pm $8/class 24891 W 12/7-12/14 11:30am to 12:30pm $8/class 24892
Th 10am to 11am
Free to Attend
KNIT/CROCHET CLUB - 50+ Do you love to knit or crochet? Join the knit/crochet club and meet new friends while you create you latest project. This is the perfect social activity for all levels. Bring your own supplies. No club on 9/5, 12/19, 12/26. Location: Scherer Community Center, Banquet Room C
Mon 1pm to 3pm
Free to Attend
PAINT & ART CLUB - 50+ Calling new and experienced artists! Join the senior paint and art club to meet new friends while you create your own artwork. This is a wonderful social activity for all skill levels. Bring your own supplies. No club on 12/21 and 12/28. Location: Scherer Community Center, Banquet Room C
Location: Yucaipa Community Center, Dance Room
Fri Fri Fri Fri
9/2-9/30 10:30am to 12pm $6/class 24869 10/7-10/28 10:30am to 12pm $6/class 24870 11/4-11/25 10:30am to 12pm $6/class 24871 12/2-12/30 10:30am to 12pm $6/class 24872
Wed 1pm to 3pm
Free to Attend
PING PONG CLUB - 50+ Bring a friend or join us to make new friends while enjoying ping pong matches. Ping pong supplies are provided, but you are welcome to bring your own paddle. No club on 12/21 and 12/28. Location: Scherer Community Center, Banquet Room C
CARDS R US - 50+ Looking to play a friendly game of cards? Grab some friends and join us for our weekly senior card club. Cards are provided. No card club on 12/20 and 12/27. Location: Scherer Community Center, Banquet Room C
Wed 12:30pm to 3:30pm Free to Attend
Tu 12:30pm to 3:30pm Free to Attend
UKULELE CLUB - 50+ Whether you are a beginner, novice, or advanced uku- lele player, we welcome you to join us on Wednesdays to play. This free drop-in club is focused on music and comradery. Bring your ukulele! No club on 12/21 and 12/28. Location: Scherer Community Center, Banquet Room C
CHESS AND CHECKERS CLUB - 50+ Looking to play a friendly game of cards? Grab some friends and join us for our weekly senior card club. Cards are provided. No club on 11/24, 12/22, 12/29. Location: Scherer Community Center, Banquet Room C
Wed 10am to 12pm Free to Attend
Th 12:30pm to 3:30pm Free to Attend
Science, Technology, Arts and Recreation for Success An engaging, safe, educational enrichment program for TK - 8 grades AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM STARS City of Yucaipa
Site Locations: Calimesa, Chapman Heights, Dunlap, Ridgeview, Valley, & Wildwood Elementary. Inland Leaders Charter School, Mesa View, & Park View Middle School
Hours: Immediately after school until 6:00PM Daily fee rate: TK students: $25.00, K-8th students: $15.00, ILCS students: $20.00
Contact: S.T.A.R.S. Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org
Students must be pre-paid prior to attending. A late payment fee of $7.25 will be charged on the first school day of each week. Registration will close on Mondays at 9:00PM for each week. There are no exceptions. Scholarships are available upon request and approval.
P AR K S AN D FACILITIES
Chess/Checker Tabl es, Open Tu r f Area, Parki ng Lot Yucaipa Blvd John Tooker Civic Park
Yucaipa Community Park and Center
34900 Oak Glen Rd (909) 790-7460
Sports F i el d, BBQ, Pi cn i c Shel ter, Gymnasium, Basketball Courts, Sports F i el d Li ghts, Community Center, Publ i c Restrooms, Tenn i s Courts, Open Turf Area, Playground, Parki ng Lot
Avenue A Park
BBQ, Parki ng Lot, Pi cn i c Shel ter, Publ i c Restrooms 3721 6 Oak Glen Rd El Dorado Ranch Park
Museum, Pi cn i c Shel ter Avenue A
Basketball Court, BBQ, Concession Stand, Open Tu r f Area, Parki ng Lot, Pi cn i c Shel ter, Playground, Publ i c Restrooms, Sports F i el d, Sports F i el d Li ghts, Tenn i s Courts 341 30 Avenue I Avenue I Park
32750 Thunderbird Way (951 ) 81 8-9777 Yucaipa BMX*
Basketball Court, Open Tu r f Area, Pi cn i c Shel ter Brandon Rd Crafton Hi l l s Park
1 3273 California St (909) 295-8242 Yucaipa Equestrian Center*
Yucai pa BMX provi des a safe and fun environment dedicated to day-to-day raci ng.
The Yucai pa Equestrian Center i s a multipurpose equestrian event park wi th arenas available to the publ i c.
Yucaipa Blvd Li l l ian Eaton Park
Pi cn i c Shel ter
1 1 71 1 Sand Canyon Rd (909) 389-3604 Crafton Hi l l s Aquatics Center*
Bryant-Glen Sports Complex
1 2080 Fremont St F lag Hi l l Veterans Memorial
BBQ, Concession Stand, Open Tu r f Area, Parki ng Lot, Pi cn i c Shel ter, Playground, Publ i c Restrooms, Sports F i el d, Sports F i el d Li ghts 1 1 026 Sunnyside Dr
Crafton H i l l s Col l ege al l ows publ i c use of i ts Olympic-sized pool .
Fl ag H i l l Veterans Memori al i s dedi cated to the mi l i tary men and women from Yucaipa who l ost thei r l ives wh i l e defending our Country. Basketball Courts, Open Tu r f Area, Parking Lot, Pi cn i c Shel ter, Playground, Restrooms
Yucaipa Performing Arts Center
1 2062 California St (909) 295-8242
Multi-Purpose Theater, Indoor/Outdoor stage, Open-Ai r P l aza
Looki ng to host your event? The Yucaipa and Scherer Community Centers, and Yucaipa Performing Arts Center provide venue spaces for speci al occasions. The Bryant-Glen Sports Compl ex, Yucaipa Community Park, Avenue I Park, 7 th Street Park, and 1 3 th Street Sports Compl ex offer excellent opportunities for outdoor activities. Cal l (909) 790-7460 for more rental information!
Basketball Courts, BBQ, Open Tu r f Area, Playground, Pi cn i c Shel ter 35001 Avenue B Center Park
CI TY HALL 1 1
OAK GLEN RD
ACACI A AVE YUCAIPA BLVD
AVENUE B AVENUE A
E NUE E
WI LDWOOD CANYON RD
For more information, pl ease contact the Yucaipa Community Servi ces Department at (909) 790-7460 or vi si t Yucaipa.org Plan your special event with us!
33900 Oak Glen Rd (909) 790-31 27 Yucaipa Regional Park*
Camping, Equestrian, Fi sh ing, Open Turf Area, Parking Lot, Pi cn i c Shel ter, Playground, Swimming, Publ i c Restrooms
Scherer Community Center
1 2202 1 st St (909) 797-1 1 77
Community Center, Parki ng Lot, Publ i c Restrooms
1 3 th Street Sports Complex
1 2241 Canyon Dr (951 ) 940-5600 Wi ldwood Canyon*
BMX/Skate Park, Concession Stand, Open Tu r f Area, Parki ng Lot, Publ i c Restrooms, Sports F i el d 1 1 950 1 3 th St
Equestrian, Parki ng Lot, Pi cn i c Shel ter, Publ i c Restrooms
Basketball Courts, BBQ, BMX/Skate Park, Dog Area, Open Tu r f Area, Pi cn i c Shel ter, Parki ng Lot, Playground, Pool / Swimming, Publ i c Restrooms, Sports F i el d, Sports F i el d Li ghts 1 2385 7 th St 7 th Street Park
BBQ, Dog Area, Equestrian, Open Turf Area, Parki ng Lot, Pi cn i c Shel ter, Playground, Publ i c Restrooms 36699 Wi ldwood Canyon Rd Wi ldwood Park
*NOT A CI TY FACI LI TY
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34272 Yucaipa Blvd. Yucaipa, CA 92399 www.yucaipa.org
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