We invite you to learn more about the City’s new Virtual Recreation & Resource Center for residents of all ages. Staff in the Community Services Department have been working to plan a variety of contests, crafts, and activities to help keep the community active and supported in this COVID-19 time of City facilities temporarily closed and in-person activities cancelled. Visit the new website page to see Boredom Buster videos, City contests, and links to a variety of resources including tours and stay-at-home activities.
The first contest is the “How Do You Quarantine?” photo contest. The contest is free and Chino Hills residents of all ages may participate. A complete list of rules is available online. There is a limit of one submission per person. Submit a photo by tagging @cityofchinohillsgov on Instagram (account must be public) or online. Entries are due Thursday, May 7 and prizes will be awarded to the top three entries.
Explore various areas of interest under the categories of Virtual Tours, Active Adults 50+, Enrichment, Music, Dance, Fitness, and Sports. Participants may send in photos and videos of themselves doing the games and crafts included in the weekly Boredom Buster video and the City may post them on the City Facebook or Instagram.
Check out virtual activities provided by local/national organizations including Little League International’s “stay at home” activities for baseball, or a virtual tour of the San Diego Zoo animals webcam for example. If residents would like to recommend a great resource for “Virtual Recreation” they are encouraged to send an email. For additional information, please call 909-364-2700.