Ontario Living Magazine - Spring 2014 - page 3

CITY NEWS AND NOTES
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City News and Notes
City Manager’s Update
2
Nixle … Building Safer Communities Together
3
Ontario Police Museum
3
Ontario GATEWAY News
4
My Ontario Smart Phone
4
Planning a Garage Sale?
4
Ontario Heritage Corner – Paradise of Fruit and Flower
5
Ontario City Library Teen Book Fest 2014
6
Ontario City Library Silent Auction
6
Ontario City Library May the Force Be With You
6
Lock Out Crime
7
Oil Filter Exchange Event
7
Mulch Giveaway
7
City of Ontario Contacts
8
Recreation Programs and Activities
Class Registration Information –
Tradución en Español
9
Arts & Crafts Classes
10 – 11
Adapted Program
11
Dance & Exercise Classes
12 – 15
Special Interest Classes
15 – 16
Aquatics & Day Camp Registration
16
Tot Classes
17 – 18
Tiny Tots
19
Sports Classes
19 – 22
Aquatics
23
Adult Sports Programs
24
Adult 7 On 7 Outdoor Soccer
24
Youth Sports Programs
25
Facility Reservation & Facilities Map
26
Anthony Munoz Community Center
27
De Anza Community & Teen Center
28
Dorothy A. Quesada Community Center
29
Westwind Community Center
30
Veterans Memorial Park & Community Center
31
Excursions
31
Ontario Teen Scene
32 – 33
Ontario Senior Center
34 – 35
Community Events and Opportunities
Ontario City Library Storytimes and Events
36 – 41
Museum of History and Art, Ontario
42
Ontario/Chaffey Community Show Band Events
42
Ontario Parks & Recreation Employment Opportunities
42
Ontario Chamber of Commerce Upcoming Events
43
9th Annual Teen College & Career Fair
43
Heritage Harvest Certified Farmer’s Market
43
Ontario Convention Center Upcoming Events
43
CBB Arena Upcoming Events
44
27th Annual Tot Olympics
44
Independence Day Parade Entry Applications
44
CERT Program
44
Brunch with the Easter Bunny
45
Waste Tire Amnesty Event
45
Kid’s Adventure Day
45
5th Annual Kid’s Health Fair
45
Whispering Lakes Golf Course
46
Theatrical Arts International at Gardiner W. Spring Auditorium 46
Chaffey Community Museum of Art
46
Ontario Reign Hockey 2013–2014 Schedule
47
Kiwanis 56th Annual Pancake Breakfast & Rotary Club Car Show 48
Ontario Visitor’s Guide
48
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… Building Safer Communities Together
Last year, the
Ontario Police Department
began utilizing a new
community notification system known as
Nixle
).
Nixle
utilizes the latest technology to instantly deliver valuable, time sensitive
information directly to the community in a variety of formats that include text,
email and/or web messages.
Example messages may include; detailed information about a missing
child or missing adult, a public safety emergency that requires residents to
stay in or remain away from their homes or traffic advisory advising
commuters to detour around a particular area.
The Ontario Police Department encourages community members to
register for this free service so they can stay informed and instantly
connected to valuable information that is provided to the community.
This service is secure, reliable and easy to use. Subscribers decide what
specific information is wanted and whether it is sent
to a cell phone, email or simply over the web.
Registration is quick, easy and free of charge. To sign
up or obtain further information, just visit the Nixle
Community Information Service web site at
.
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