Programs

Classes & Activities
Please click on the link to view the quarterly City Views and Community Services Activity Brochure (PDF) or to register for classes and activities.

Special Events
Special events such as Daddy Daughter Dinner Dance, a Ghostly Affair and Breakfast with Santa, just to name a few, are offered by the City each season. In addition, each year the City hosts a 4th of July Celebration which draws a crowd of over 10,000 participants. To find out more information about special events taking place in the City of Laguna Hills, please contact Kathleen Clark at 949-707-2683 or by email.

Circle of Friends
Circle of Friends Programs are provided for individuals (13 and older) with disabilities. Activities are designed to foster social skills, increase leisure opportunities, and create friendships while enhancing developmental needs for teens and adults of all abilities. Programs include dance classes, bowling night, social dances, and more! To be added to our Circle of Friends newsletter or to find out more information about the program, please contact Kathleen Clark at 949-707-2683 or by email. View the Circle of Friends Newsletter (PDF).

Teen Programs
The City of Laguna Hills offers a variety of Teen Programs for youth ranging between 12 to 18 years of age. From drawing and painting, to karate and tennis, there is something for everyone. Programs such as Teen Camp and Surf Crew, along with dances for Middle School students are offered by the Community Services Department. For more information, please contact Todd Smyser at 949-707-2690 or by email.

Teens Make a Difference
Teens Make a Difference is a volunteer program offered by the City of Laguna Hills that will be helping those in need around Orange County. In the future, Teens Make a Difference will be volunteering at the Orange County Food Bank, packing food boxes and getting them ready for shipment to low income families, as well as partnering with the Surfrider Foundation in local beach clean-ups. This is a great opportunity for teens to earn community service hours and will be an ongoing program throughout the school year. Interested volunteers, between the ages of 13 and 18, may pick up an application at the Laguna Hills Community Center, or contact Todd Smyser at 949-707-2690 or by email.