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summer registration 

West Hollywood Recreation Online

The #WeHoRec team is excited to announce that summer programming will be available virtually. That means that you are invited to participate in the same fun programming that you know and love, but now at home! 

This virtual edition of the Summer Rec Reader is the first of its kind and with the click of a button, customers are directly linked to the activity registration information. 

Check out the Virtual Rec Reader below! 

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Summer Registration Dates: 

Residents: Tuesday, June 16th @ 10am
Non-Residents: Thursday, June 18th @ 10am

Need to create an account?

The process is very easy: 

  1. Click on the following link Recreation Online 
  2. Create an account for an adult in the household, by clicking on the “Request Account” button. 
    You do not need to make a separate account for your child/children. You will have an opportunity to add children and other family members to your account during the process.
  3. We recommend you set up your account before the registration date of programs, to help speed up the process.

For additional information please contact us at


Instructor Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in providing your talents for the City of West Hollywood Recreation Services Division. We are always looking for creative and enthusiastic instructors who are able to provide well-organized and informative programs for our residents and surrounding community.

Click Here to submit an application.  


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Welcome to #WeRecAtHome

As we all limit our exposure and continue social distancing, the City of West Hollywood Recreation Services Division encourages you to stay creative, active and healthy. The good news is there are plenty of ways we can maintain our active lives, even within social distancing guidelines.

The #WeRecAtHome series will bring programs and resources to you and your family to prioritize your health and well-being. Stay connected by tuning in every day for new ideas created and curated by WeHoRec. 

Want to see something added to our list or have a question? Contact

Check out the #WeHoRec social media pages for more #WeRecAtHome ideas:

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Disclaimer: Links from the City of West Hollywood to third-party sites do not constitute an endorsement of the parties or their products and services.


Daily At-Home Pilates Routine
Ages 18 years+
Commit yourself to 10-30 minutes a day strengthening, lengthening, and toning your body with these at-home pilates exercises that do not require machines or equipment.

Warm Up Exercises for Pilates Mat Workouts

15 Minute Home Pilates Routine

Mat Pilates: The 20-Minute Pilates Workout for Any Fitness Level

Fitness Resources for Adults
Ages 18 years+
Free at-home fitness tutorials to help you stay active and healthy.

Core Power Yoga

Fitness Blender


Tricky Trivia for the Family
All Ages
Tricky Trivia is a quick and fun cranium activity for all ages. Whether you're in the mood to learn something new or test your knowledge, Tricky Trivia is the perfect game for you and your family. 

*NEW* Virtual Baby Boogie
We are thrilled to announce the first ever virtual Baby Boogie! Classes range from ages 6 months to 3 and a half years old. Register TODAY! Classes begin May 7. 

Spring Camp Counselors Say Hello to Campers
Some of the Camp West Hollywood Counselors just wanted to send you a friendly hello to campers!

Sensory Activities for your Baby
Ages 6 – 18 months old
Fun “Parent & Me” activities that babies can enjoy while being at home. See your little one explore their curiosity and motor skills through these sensory activities.

Indoor Scavenger Hunt
Ages 6 years+
Explore your home and challenge your siblings to an indoor scavenger hunt.

Five Senses Scavenger Hunt
All Ages
This hunt challenges your kids to use all five of their senses. Stay indoors, or venture outside to complete this fun activity.


Puffy Paint
Ages 6 years+
Making puffy painting is easy and the result is not just fun and beautiful, but an interesting experiment. Time to mix away!

Totally Tubular! 
Ages 6 years+
Find some tape, wall space and different items that fit in the tubes to create a tubular course on the wall.

May Flower Wreath
Ages 14 years+
Add a pop of color to your front door by making a Spring wreath that is sure to brighten your day. It only takes an egg carton, cereal box, paint and your creativity.

Potato Flake Paint 
Ages 6 years+
This fun DIY finger paint is safe and fun for kids to enjoy, also a great way to teach color mixing. 

Recycled Cereal Box Parking Lot Structure
Ages 6 years +
Create a recycled parking structure with a cereal box and empty toilet paper rolls. Just add some cars for a rolling good time.

Tree Art
All Ages
On your next walk outside, pick a few flowers and leaves from your favorite plants and create your own special DIY tree art!

DIY Rock Painting
All Ages
Rock painting is a simple project that anyone can do at home, and it is a lot of fun for all ages.

Mother's Day Craft: Plant a Garden
All Ages
Create a fun and easy garden craft for Mother’s day. One of the best parts of motherhood is watching your children GROW and BLOSSOM. 

Pointillism Art
All Ages
Pointillism is a technique in which small, distinct dots of color are applied in a pattern to form an image. 

How to Make a Homemade Teddy Bear
All Ages
I bet you did not know that you can make a teddy bear out of a hand towel. Now that is some innovative resourcefulness!

Paper Roll Binoculars 
Ages 4 years+
Your little explorer will enjoy making these paper tube binoculars to take with them on a neighborhood scavenger hunt.

How to Make Sand Art
Ages 6 years+
Let’s get creative and use glue and sand to make unique and colorful art.

Baby Yoda Cube Craft
Ages 10 years+
Everyone’s favorite new Star Wars character is now available in a paper cube toy model. 

Salt Painting
Ages 6 years+
Salt Painting is a boredom-buster that doesn't need fancy tools and is simple to do.

Funky Junk Necklace Recycled Art
Ages 6 years+
This fun and easy project will keep your little ones busy and entertained, while giving them the opportunity to work on their fine motor skills.

Recycled Cardboard and Paper Collage 
Ages 6 years+
Think outside the box...literally!  Everyday paper items transform into a beautifully textured piece of art. You will never look at a cardboard box or paper tube the same way again.

How to Make Confetti Eggs
Ages 6 years+
There is no better way to celebrate Spring than with confetti eggs. These are so fun to make, play and even more fun to clean up! 

DIY Recycled Paper Roll Spring Bunny Craft
Ages 6 years+
A step by step video on how to recycle old paper towel or toilet paper rolls and make a fun spring craft.

Art Resources
All ages

How to Make a Milk Carton Bird House - Learn how to recycle a used half gallon milk carton to create a fun birdhouse. 

The Art Sherpa - Offers over 1,000 different videos to follow along and create gorgeous acrylic artwork.

Art for Kids Hub - Features quick and easy art lessons for kids.

DLTK Crafts for Kids - Features a variety of printable children's crafts, coloring pages, worksheets and activities.

Drawing3DArt - A resource for budding artists looking for a challenge.

MyHowToDraw’s - Quick and easy tutorials of how to draw everything from your favorite music artist to Peppa Pig. 

First Palette - Enjoy making these fun and easy printable crafts from the treasury of templates and coloring pages. 

Origami – Step-by-step popular and easy diagrams for every age.


At Home FUN-damentals of Sports
Ages 4 years+
Basketball Dribbling Drills

All you need to keep your basketball skills sharp is a ball and a little bit of space. 
Basketball Passing Drills
Grab your ball and find a hard wall outside to work on your passing basics with this simple drill.

Kidz Love Soccer
Stuck at home? Let's get moving. We've put together some fun activities to try when you can't make it to class. Check back every Monday for new videos.
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Sports Resources for Kids 
Ages 4 years+
Stuck inside with nothing to do? Here are some drills you can do to burn off some of that pent-up energy: Dribbling, Shooting (No basket required!), Passing (outside only – we don’t want you to put a hole in your living room wall).



Chia Seed Pudding
All ages
Whip up a batch of this dreamy Chia Seed Pudding and put it in the refrigerator to set for four hours or overnight. It only takes a few ingredients that’s very quick easy, simply, and delicious.

Lobster Tails & Brussels Sprouts
Adults 18 years+
Learn how to cook a fabulous meal for two! Here you will learn how to broil a lobster tail and bake brussels sprouts.

How to Make a Homemade Ginger Shot
Adults 18 years+
Jump start your day with a homemade ginger shot. 

How to Make Homemade Tortillas
Ages 6 years+
Homemade tortillas are easy to make and you most likely already have the ingredients in your pantry.

Cooking Resources for Kids
Ages 6 years+

Lift Enrichment - Live Cooking Classes for kids taught by Chef Eric, Fridays at 11am.

Nomster Chef – Cooking with kids made easy.


Story time with Mr. Chris from #WeHoRec Tot Time & Tiny Tots 
All ages
"I Ain't Gonna Paint No More!" By Karen Beaumont 

"If You Give A mouse A Cookie" By Laura Joffe Numeroff

"Little Cloud" By Eric Carle

"Overboard" By Sarah Weeks 

"The Wonky Donkey" By Craig Smith

"Macca the Alpaca" By Matt Cosgrove
Educational Activity Pages
All Ages

Looking for enriching learning activities for your school-age kiddos? Look no more! Grab some crayons and learn through art.

Tree People
All Ages
An environmental nonprofit organization whose mission is to inspire, engage and support people to take personal responsibility for the urban environment, making it safe, healthy, fun and sustainable and to share our process as a model for the world. Learn @ Home with Tree People offers day-by-day activities to keep you reading, thinking, and growing. 

Children's Educational Resources
Ages 6 years+

PBS kids - Schools closed? Get daily activities and tips to help kids play and learn at home.

National Geographic for kids - Brain boosters, quizzes, historical videos, games, and more!

The Happy Scientist - Future Scientist? Just explore, have fun, and learn some science along the way.

Grammaropolis - Where the grammar lives...check out for educational books, videos, games, quizzes, and more.

NASA Kids' Club- Check out for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics by incorporating five skill levels, national education standards, and NASA content.

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Explore New Places Through Virtual Tours
All ages

National Museum of Natural History - Move at your own pace through the 360-degree room-by-room tour of every exhibit in the museum.

Aquarium of the Pacific – Check in on the Aquarium’s animals with live webcams placed inside exhibits.

Yosemite National Park – Virtual Yosemite presents a groundbreaking interactive (VR) tour of one of America’s most spectacular destinations.

San Diego Zoo – Check-in on your favorite animal friends by visiting the live-streaming animal cams.

Smithsonian National Zoo – Tune in to watch the Zoo’s giant pandas, elephants, lions, and mole-rats live.


Thank You Cards for Hospital Staff
All Ages
Making handmade cards is a sweet reminder of our gratitude and a great way to say thanks! You can mail these cards to your local hospital.

Older Adult Brain Games
These brain games designed for older adults are fun but also challenging activities aimed to assist with improving memory, day to day life skills and overall mental health.

*NEW* Time of Reflection
Feeling overwhelmed? Join us for a three-part online discussion series for adults 18+. Participants will find social connection online and talk through strategies for letting go of stress and creating a more meaningful, joyful life.
The series is free of charge and will be held from 3 - 4pm on May 6th, 13th, and 20th. Space is limited.


 #WeRecAtHome is a work in progress. Check back periodically for more resources and creative ways on how to stay active and healthy while at home. 




Dog Park Maintenance

The large dog park will be closed every Wednesday from 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM.  Small dog park will be closed every Wednesday from 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM


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