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Fontana invites residents to explore, discover, and build memories at our numerous parks and recreation programs and facilities 


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Art Depot Gallery Showcases Mixed Media Artist Mona Ray

Tuesday, Jan. 7 - Friday, Feb. 21

Texture, color, and light combine in her current series, based on Southern California's shimmering ocean and deep canyons. We are excited to showcase Mona Ray's wonderful artwork to the City of Fontana at the Art Depot Gallery (16822 Spring St.) in light of celebrating the new year. Her current series focuses on excavation and evolution. Mona Ray describes the constantly-changing landscape, particularly in urban environments in her artwork.

Make and Create Workshop: Customized Selfie Frames

 Saturday, Jan. 11

We are excited to announce our first workshop of the year with a customized selfie frame! Take your selfie game to the next level with this fun activity for the whole family. Enjoy an engaging arts workshop, where you can create your own useful and easy-to-make craft. A new and unique craft activity is featured each month.

 Registration is required for all workshops. This class is $5 per participant and will be held at the Art Depot Gallery (16822 Spring St.) from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. For more information and to register, contact Fontana Arts at (909) 349-6975 or visit Art Depot Gallery


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Join the Award-Winning Program, Fontana Walks!

Saturday, Jan. 18

What's a better way to start the new year off than striving to be more active and healthy? Come join the city in promoting a healthy lifestyle by attending the award-winning Fontana Walks! event at Fontana Park (15610 Summit Ave.) The walk will start at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, January 18. Walking is easy, free, and impacts the lives of an individual's physical and mental health. Participants can join and challenge themselves at any time.

 For more information about Healthy Fontana, please call (909) 350-6542 or visit us at Healthy.Fontana.org



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Zumba Your Way Into 2020

Register for Zumba today!

Zumba is a fun Latin-inspired dance fitness class. It integrates the basic principles of aerobic interval and resistance training to maximize calorie output.

Classes start Tuesday, January 7 with multiple options for days to fit your busy schedule. It is an 18 and over class at a small fee of $25 for a 4-week session.

 For more information, contact the Cypress Center at (909) 349-6988 or visit Fontana.org

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Salsa Dancing at Center Stage Returns

Thursday, Jan. 23

End the first month of 2020 with some fun and energetic salsa dancing! Louie Cruz Beltran Latin Jazz Ensemble will kick off our new year by bringing the best live salsa music & dance at Center Stage (8463 Sierra Ave.). This event is open to those 18 years old and older. There is an entrance fee of $5 before 9:00 p.m. and $7 after 9:00 p.m.

 Noches Con Ritmo brings live entertainment to Fontana on Thursdays at Center Stage. This event is held from 7:00 p.m. to Midnight. Salsa lessons begin at 7:00 p.m. then at 8:00 p.m. the floor is open for dancing. For more information, visit CenterStageFontana or call (909) 429-7469.


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Registar for Winter 2020 Classes

Classes are open for Registration

The City of Fontana invites residents to check out the 2020 Winter/Spring Activities Brochure to find their favorite classes, events, and programs. The new brochure is available online at Brochure.Fontana.org. Online and walk-in registration is underway.

The 2020 Winter/Spring season offers a wide variety of activities that focus on kick-starting your new decade to reach your health and fitness resolutions. Inside the brochure, you’ll find several new health and fitness classes including yoga, circuit training, personal training, Zumba, and our Fontana Walks! events presented by Healthy Fontana.

 For more information, please visit Brochure.Fontana.org or call the Community Services Department Main Office at (909) 349-6900.




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