Recreation programming is offered for all ages: Tiny Tot, Youth, Teens, and Adults. Enthusiastic instructors bring energy and life to many different recreational activities for the Malibu community.
For additional information, contact 310-317-1364, or visit Malibu Bluffs Park (24250 Pacific Coast HWY). Register online by selecting the "Register HERE" button.
Parent and Me classes require adult participation, which may include biological parents, adoptive parents, guardians, stepparents, grandparents, or any other type of parenting relationship. These playful, yet structured, Parent & Me classes give adults a chance to interact and nurture a relationship with their child. All classes promote bonding while helping children develop cognitive, social, and motor skills. Parent & Me classes are an opportunity to learn, play, and grow together.
- Family Events
- Gym Tots
- Dance with me
- Kick & Play Soccer
- Sports of all Sorts
- Music Together
Children can always benefit from a socially-active educational program. Programs focus on providing opportunities for children to learn and develop social skills, basic motor skills, coordination, and self-expression.
- Super Soccer Stars, Ages 2-5
- Improv with Young Actors Projects
- Volunteer Opportunities
- Cartooning with Larry Scott
The City of Malibu Community Services Department partners with the Boys and Girls Club of Malibu (BGCM) to offer After-School Enrichment workshops at Juan Cabrillo, Point Dume, and Webster Elementary Schools on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday afternoons. Program fees are complimentary for BGCM members for the 2018-2019 school year. *Non-BGCM members are welcome to participate in the programs and can register online at MalibuCIty.org/Register by using the community pricing above. Transitional Kindergarten (TK) pricing through the BGCM is only offered at Webster Elementary School.
JANUARY - Lego Robotics
This workshop is an introduction to building and programming robots using the LEGO Mindstorms MXT software and Technic building pieces. In small teams students will build robots that can walk, draw, move objects and avoid obstacles. Students will be able to build LEGO models featuring working motors, sensors and explore their models while developing their skills in science, technology and engineering.
Tuesday - January 15, Webster Elementary School
Wednesday - January 16, Point Dume Marine Science School
Thursday -January 17, Juan Cabrillo Elementary School
FEBRUARY - Animal art & Science
This animal science workshop will be a great way to learn about some of the most amazing animals in the world. Students get to hold, feed, and study animals in this fascinating science workshop. Along with the study of these amazing creatures, students will create a piece of artwork to take home that will represent the animals studied.
Tuesday - February 19, Webster Elementary School
Wednesday - February 20, Point Dume Marine Science School
Thursday - February 21, Juan Cabrillo Elementary School
MARCH - Spring into soccer with super soccer stars
Set in a fun, non-competitive environment, Super Soccer Stars will introduce students to the fundamentals of soccer through creative programming and imaginative games. The Dynamic coaching staff, consisting of early childhood specialist, utilize a unique curriculum which is crafted to improve soccer skills, build self-confidence and develop socialization skills.
Tuesday - March 19, Webster Elementary School
Wednesday - March 20, Point Dume Marine Science School
Thursday - March 21, Juan Cabrillo Elementary School
APRIL - Cooking & Eating Healthy
Join LIFT Enrichments interactive cooking class taught by qualified Chefs who have a passion about healthy foods and getting children EXCITED about making snacks and meals from scratch. The workshop will include a lesson on creating Cauliflower Fried Rice with veggies (with no rice...just cauliflower) and side of Creamy Broccoli Slaw with Greek Yogurt Dressing. Students will develop their culinary skills while learning about nutrition, culture and dining etiquette.
Tuesday - April 23, Webster Elementary School
Wednesday - April 24, Point Dume Marine Science School
Thursday - April 25, Juan Cabrillo Elementary School
MAY - SPANISH
In this full immersion workshop, children will learn Spanish in a fun and engaging setting. An expert bilingual teacher from Un, Dos, Tres will teach the language with a multi-sensory approach while incorporating the culture. Students will learn through group lessons, art activities, and creative movement.
Tuesday - May 21, Webster Elementary School
Wednesday - May 22, Point Dume Marine Science School
Thursday - May 23, Juan Cabrillo Elementary School
The City offers community classes and workshops for adults of all ages and ability. For information on Senior and Active Adult Classes held at the Malibu Senior Center, call 310-456-2489 ext. 279.
- Social Dance Classes with Erin Durand
- Ballroom Dance Classes with MC
- $2 Tai Chi Tuesday
- Tai Chi with Master Yun
- Dog Obedience
- MLab Workshops
- Family Events
Community Service Opportunities
The City of Malibu Community Services Department offers a variety of volunteer opportunities throughout the year. We are continuously looking for volunteers to assist with tiny tot programs, senior citizen programs, environmental programs, special events, sports and more.
The City of Malibu is an approved organization for Malibu High School Community Service Learning and offers a great opportunity for Malibu High School students to complete their service-learning hours that is part of their curriculum to graduate. All hours completed by a student with the City of Malibu will count towards the 80 hour high school graduation requirement.
Volunteers must complete and sign the Volunteer Registration Form prior to assisting the City. Submit the Online Volunteer Form or print the Volunteer Registration Packet. For additional information on volunteering with the City, contact Katie Gallo at 310-456-2489, ext. 363.
For a complete list of community service opportunities please visit the Volunteer Page.