All classes and programs have be relocated for the Anthony Muñoz Community Center Renovation.
City of Ontario's Recreation & Community Services offers a wide variety of classes and programs.
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Rhonda began practicing Yoga 20 years ago and it immediately became her passion. She wanted to share this passion with others and decided to study to become a yoga instructor. Rhonda has studied Iyengar Yoga, Fundamentals of Yoga and Yoga Theory and Practice, where she has received certifications in all. Rhonda is currently continuing her education at Green Tara Yoga where she will complete an additional certification course in Yoga Studies and Teacher Foundations, as well as Yin Yoga. Rhonda has taught various styles of yoga but has a passion for teaching seniors. She has been teaching at the Ontario Senior Center for over 15 years. Rhonda says, “ It is so fulfilling to watch students gain flexibility and strength helping them to become more vibrant seniors.”
These ambitious teens presented the City of Ontario Smoke Free Parks initiative to the Ontario City Council in 2018. Thanks to these teens, the members of the Ontario community can now enjoy outdoor activities without the risk of second-hand smoke exposure. This initiative also succeeds in diminishing the environmental impact of tobacco, electronic delivery devices, and marijuana products and their litter. These teens are members of the Advocates for Healthy Life, a sub-committee of TAC (Teen Action Committee) which performed a cigarette butt collection at 4 local parks and collected over 2,200 cigarette butts in one hour.
Teen Action Committee (TAC) – TAC addresses community issues in a leadership role. Participants volunteer in a meaningful way that help to improve the community and develop strong ties with other teens through networking opportunities such as field trips, special events and monthly meetings.
TAC’s Advocates for Healthy Life – Raises awareness and works to improve the health of the community.
Interested in joining the Teen Action Committee?
Contact your local community center.
Did you know…? The teens driving this effort surveyed members of the Ontario community and found that 94% of adult residents and 84% of Ontario youth were in favor of making their parks smoke free.
Abolish the use of tobacco, electronic delivery devices, and marijuana in community and outdoor recreational areas and at all public events in the City of Ontario at all times. This prohibition is enacted in order to preserve the public health, safety, and the welfare of the residents of the City of Ontario, as well as the environment of the City of Ontario.
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