A popular place is the Museum of History and Art. It offers a snapshot into the history of the community as well as local arts and crafts. Besides this, there are various workshops, programs and events that are held throughout the course of the year for children and adults. The museum is free and features two permanent exhibits that are called Road Ways and the Gem of the Foothills.
Outdoor enthusiasts will discover a delightful amount of recreational activities, parks and facilities that are available to use. Cypress Park is a great place to take the whole family for fun on a Saturday afternoon. Children can play on the playground while youth and adults can use the basketball court and the volleyball court. There is a walking path and a bicycle path. Besides this, there are nearly 20 parks for people to enjoy. The Anthony Munoz Community Center is the perfect place for children to engage in healthy activities such as sports and indoor and outdoor games.
There are many events that are available for people to participate in throughout the year. “Movies in the Park” is a free event that occurs every Friday evening that is appropriate for people of many different ages including children. This annual event, which occurs in the summer, is at De Anza Park. At the Dorothy A. Quesada Community Center, residents can compete in the friendly Best Backyard BBQ Contest, which brings together a large amount of citizens together. Another popular event during the Christmas season is various nativity scenes that are three-dimensional. These scenes, which feature Jesus Christ and other Biblical characters such as angels and shepherds, bring people from Ontario and the surrounding area to view these amazing sites.