Virtual Recreation Center
The City of Yorba Linda Parks and Recreation Department’s Virtual Recreation Center provides resources for online services and activities. View the list of resources below and visit the Parks and Recreation YouTube Channel where 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!
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 www.noce.edu and following the steps for New or Continuing Students.
- Free Emeritus Exercise Classes
- WebMD article on Senior Fitness:Why its Never Too Late to Start
- Warm Up Exercise Video by Go4Life from the National Institute on Aging at the National Institutes of Health
- 15-Minute Sample Workout for Older Adults by Go4Life from the National Institute on Aging at the National Institutes of Health
- 20 Minute Senior Seated Chair Exercises
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. Visit OLLI Online for more information.
- 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 www.bridgebase.com. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.