Virtual Recreation Center

Virtual Rec Center and Resources

The City of Yorba Linda Parks and Recreation Department’s Virtual Recreation Center is here to provide fun, fitness, arts, education, and enrichment through these unprecedented times. We are committed to ensuring our community has the resources to maintain their health and well-being.

Visit this page often or follow us on Instagram and Facebook for new updates and ideas to keep you and your loved ones healthy, entertained, and informed. Please note that we do not endorse or receive funds to advertise any of the third-party sites or services listed or referenced on this page.

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YOUTH VIRTUAL Activities from our Parks & Recreation Staff

Parks and Recreation Staff have put together a series of videos to provide entertainment and learning opportunities for the whole family. Whether you enjoy sports, music, crafts or cooking, there is something for everyone! Be sure to visit the Parks and Recreation YouTube Channel and check our Virtual Recreation Center often for new videos each week!


Join us for a Winter Holiday Virtual 5K! Walk or run your favorite local 5K route on your own schedule and complete the 5K by January 2, 2021. Track your distance and pace using any fitness app and send us a screenshot of your 5K results to so we can recognize our top runners in all age groups on our social media sites. Registration for this program is required online at The cost is $15 and includes a Dri-Fit t-shirt and race medal which will be available for pick-up from the Yorba Linda Community Center beginning Monday, December 14. For more information, please call the Yorba Linda Community Center at 714- 961-7181.

VIRTUAL CLASSES FROM Our POpular Instructors

fitness & sports 

Skate Kids - Professional Skateboarder, Kurtis Colamonico

Martial Arts International 

Yoga with Gabriel Hall

  • Follow Gabriel on YouTube for Yoga Exercises.


Conversa Spanish Staff

Music and Performing Arts

Kids Love Music - Karen Greeno

OC Dance Productions - Ever After Princess Events

special interest Online resources

Online Art & Creative Learning 

Online Fitness Activities

Senior virtual services and activities

exercise your body

North Orange Continuing Education (NOCE) has adapted their Emeritus exercise classes to be offered online. These classes will continue to be free, and you can get information on which classes are offered and how to register by visiting and following the steps for New or Continuing Students. 

Exercise Your mind

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Cal State Fullerton is offering several enrichment classes to retired and semi-retired adults for the fall season. Many of these classes are free and open to the public, and will continue to be offered vitually until in-person classes return. View OLLI Open House Flyer (PDF) and Visit OLLI Online for more information.

other activities

  • Take a Virtual Field Trip
  • Daily Crossword Puzzles 
  • Challenge yourself with Brain Age Games
  • Play Bridge -  Beginning and Intermediate Bridge Classes and Duplicate and Party Bridge games available at This resource is being used by several Community Center bridge players, so you may end up playing with your fellow bridge group!


All HICAP (Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program) appointments have transitioned to over-the-phone. To schedule an appointment, please call the Community Center front desk at 714-961-7181 or email

The Institute on Aging’s "Friendship Line" is free resource for people aged 60 years and older. You can call toll-free at 800-971-0016 for assistance with a crisis or even non-emergency emotional support.