Westlake Village Virtual Recreation Center

Welcome to the Westlake Village Virtual Recreation Center! 

There are plenty of ways to be active and creative while distancing in this new and temporary age of coronavirus. Below you’ll find online fitness classes for all ages, arts and crafts ideas, virtual museum tours and more. It’s important that we all continue to care for our minds and bodies as we navigate the challenges of physical distancing.  All activities are offered by third-party organizations (not connected to the City of Westlake Village).

SUMMER CAMP WITH CRPD

Specialty Camps – The Conejo Recreation and Park District is offering week-long specialty camps at White Oak Elementary School for children ages 5-15. Specialty Camps are held at White Oak Elementary School through a contract between the City and the Conejo Recreation and Park District. All camps will follow Los Angeles County Public Health and CDC guidelines for staff and participant safety. 

Camp in a Box! – The Conejo Recreation and Park District camp in a box brings camp to you, for children ages 5 -12! Summer fun activities in a box with hands on activities to keep your camper engaged in the world around them. Some CRPD Camp in a box weekly themes include: Art, Nature, World Travelers, Science, Insects, Outdoor Fun, Crafts, & National Park Wildlife.

For more information or to register for a camp, please contact the CRPD Dos Vientos Community Center at (805) 375-1003.

FITNESS AND MINDFULNESS

ACTIVITIES, GAMES & RECIPES

  • BBC goodfood– Children’s baking recipes
  • Art Trek – art, activities and contests with #TryItTuesday and #FreeFamilyFriday 
  • All Kids Network– Crafts, activities, mazes, dot to dot, etc.
  • Highlights Kids – Fun games, recipes, crafts, and activities.
  • Nomster Chef– Illustrated recipes designed for children ages 2-12.
  • Baking & Bread Camp – Youth and adult virtual cooking classes by Gourmandise School of Sweets and Savories. 
  • Gardening – Guide to gardening for children.

ARTS, CULTURE AND MUSEUMS

READING AND LEARNING

MAKE YOUR OWN MASKS

STAY CONNECTED 

Though we are required to practice physical distancing, this doesn’t mean we need to be socially distant from our friends and family. Pick up the phone or connect through a variety of virtual platforms such as, Zoom, Facetime, Google Hangouts, Skype, and more. Reach out to those who live alone, especially the elderly.

Here are some more virtual activity ideas for Zoom, Facetime, Google Hangouts, or Skype:

  • Social Hours 
  • Book Club Discussions
  • Coffee Dates
  • Cooking Together 
  • Board Game Nights

Have a great idea of how to stay social and active from a distance? Email us your ideas, we’d love to hear from you!

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