SPRING: March - May
Family Science Night
Friday, March 29, 2019
6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Walnut Senior Center
$10 Pre-Registered / $12 At the Door (Family of four)
Uncover the mystery with forensic science. You and your family will take on the investigative work to uncover who did it before time runs out! This event will feature three crime scenes, demonstrations for hidden clues, and prizes. For more information, call the Walnut Senior Center at (909) 598-6200.
Peddler’s Market: Community Rummage Sale
Saturday, May 4, 2019
8:00 am to 1:00 pm
Walnut Senior Center
Local residents have cleaned out their closets, garages and sheds. Come on down to shop for that special "treasure" you've been looking for. With over 30 vendors, you're sure to find something you'd like to call your own. Be sure to tell a friend and we look forward to seeing you there.
If you would be interested in registering to become a vendor or to get more information please call Kim Watts at 909-598-6200. Cost is $35 for 2 parking stalls / $50 for 3 parking stalls.
Kids’ Night Out
Third Saturday of every month
6:00 pm to 11:00 pm
Walnut Teen Center
$19 per child/$15 per additional child from the same immediate family.
Do you need some extra time for yourself, but are wondering what to do with the kids? Sign them up for Kids’ Night Out! Children ages 5 to 12 years will enjoy an evening of fun with crafts, games, dinner, dessert, popcorn and movies. Each night will have a different theme! Cost is $19 for the first child and $15 for each additional child from the same immediate family. Please bring a sleeping bag or blanket to rest on during the movie. Dates subject to change.
Photo Policy: On occasion, staff or independent photographers of the Community Services Department may take photographs or videos of participants in our programs, parks, and special events. Please be aware that these are for the department's use in future brochures, pamphlets or for local public access. If you object to having photos of you or your family used for future publication, you should notify the photographer at the time the photo is taken.