Virtual Recreation Center
In light of COVID-19, many sports and activities have been postponed or cancelled. However, the City has made an effort to compile a list of virtual and online resources to ensure that our residents maintain healthy lives and get some fun at home.
For more information about resources offered by the City regarding COVID-19, please visit our Coronavirus Resource Center. For more information about City services please follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter accounts.
Please note that we do not endorse or receive funds to advertise any of the third party sites or services listed or referenced on this page.
Here are a few ideas for staying active indoors.Take a Virtual Fitness Class. There are plenty of FREE options online. Here are just a few:
- Youtube Home Workout Routines - Workouts are ranging from 10-30 minutes. No equipment is necessary!
- P.E. with Joe - Free physical education resources for students.
- Orange Theory Fitness - Check out their free at home workout videos.
- National Academy of Athletics - Free videos for baseball, volleyball, soccer, martial arts, softball, basketball, and football all designed to do in the comfort of your home or small spaces.
- Cosmic Kids Yoga - Kid friendly yoga.
Need supplies? Michaels and JOANNs is offering curbside pickup. Oriental Trading is offering free shipping on all orders.
- JOANNs YouTube offers new craft at home videos every weekday at 10:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. kid and family friendly ideas in the morning and crafts for grown ups in the evening.
- Learn to Crochet - A one-stop spot for the best free crochet patterns, tutorials, tips and articles on crochet.
- LUNCH DOODLES - Children’s Author, Mo Willems invites all into his studio every day for his DIY Lunch Doodle
- The Metropolitan Museum of Art - An incredible, endlessly detailed way to get kids engaged in the world of art.
- Artsology - Helps kids learn to appreciate the arts by providing them with the opportunity to play games, conduct investigations, and explore different forms of art.
Although we’re all practicing social distancing physically, we can still stay connected emotionally. Try one or two of these out every day:
- Support a local restaurant - Click here for restaurants that are still open for takeout or delivery orders. Support your favorite joints and order food for pick up or try out Doordash or Ubereats and have it brought to you. Consider buying a gift card to support your local restaurant until they can fully re-open.
- Work on Mindfulness - Mindfulness is a type of meditation in which you focus on being intensely aware of what you’re sensing and feeling in the moment, without interpretation or judgment. Practicing mindfulness involves breathing methods, guided imagery, and other practices to relax the body and mind and help reduce stress.
- Headspace - An app that includes meditations, sleep, and movement exercises. (Possible Fee)
Cudahy Library (L.A. County)
Exercise Your Brain
- Harry Potter-themed Digital Escape Room - You can complete this escape room as a group or as an individual. You can also compete against friends and try it multiple times.
Virtual Field Trips
- Aquarium of the Pacific - A collection of webinars, live-cam footage, and classes for all ages.
- Smithsonian Zoos and Museums - No need to travel to one of the Smithsonian’s zoos or museums — this website brings your child everything from live video of the National Zoo to the Smithsonian Learning Lab right to you Scholastic Learn at Home
Los Angeles County Information Line
Senior Hotline Number
For senior services during COVID-19
Phone: 323-773-5143 ext. 500
Frozen Senior Meal Deliveries
Meal Delivery Services during COVID-19
Phone: 323-773-5143 ext. 232