Kids Night Out

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Need a night out? We’ll watch the kids! Kids Night Out is designed for kids ages 6-12 and provides an evening full of games, crafts and a chance for your kids to get out of the house and make new friends in a safe environment. Each participant will receive a prepackaged dinner to enjoy during the event.   

Event Information

  • Friday, April 23
  • McCoy Equestrian & Recreation Center, 14280 Peyton Drive
  • 6:00 to 10:00 pm

Registration Information

  • Registration will open March 22 
  • Chino Hills residents only
  • $25 per child
  • Register Online
    • Class Code: 404004
    • Must be logged into Household Account

COVID-19 Guidelines 

We will be taking extreme caution to avoid the spread of COVID-19 to all staff and participants at our Kids Night Out Event.  Some modifications to our event include: 

  • Smaller rations of 7:1 and group ratio of 14:2
  • Facility rooms, shared supplies and all activity spaces (including restrooms) will be sanitized after each use and at the start and conclusion of the event
  • Parents/Guardians will need to sign-in/out their children outside the facility and will not be allowed to enter the building  
  • Face masks will be required for all parents during sign-in/out.  All staff and participants will be required to wear face masks during the event, except while eating or drinking.  
  • Floor markings will be made to ensure participants are maintaining 6 feet distance from other participants during activities and transitions.  
  • Scheduled restroom and hand washing breaks will be in place to ensure all participants are washing their hands every 45-60 mins.  
  • Hand sanitizer will be available in each room for use in between restroom breaks and as needed.  
  • Staff will conduct temperature checks on all participants and staff prior to allowing them into the facility   
  • All participants will be assigned their own desk and box of needed supplies to use during the event, all other activity-specific supplies will be passed out by a staff member wearing gloves. 
  • Staff will attend a training on COVID procedures and event guidelines
  • An isolation room will be available for any staff or participants that displays symptoms of COVID-19
  • State and Local Order and Health Department notices will be checked daily about transmission in the area or closures, and the Community Services Coordinator will adjust operations accordingly
  • All California Department of Public Health guidelines will be followed during the event

More detailed information can be found in our COVID-19 Guidelines

Limited spacing available, be sure to register early.

For assistance or questions, please call the Recreation Office at (909) 364-2700