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Virtual Recreation

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Welcome to the City of Cupertino’s Virtual Recreation webpage! Over the past few weeks, the City of Cupertino's Parks and Recreation Department has been helping the community to limit the spread of COVID-19. While we have closed our facilities and everyone is sheltering in place, our Department is still committed to being a resource for fun, education, and healthy activities to help you get through these stressful times.

Below you will find ways to limit exposure to COVID-19, indoor and outdoor activities, and exercises for the body and mind.

Virtual Recreation Classes

The City's Parks and Recreation Department misses you! We have been working with our instructors to bring you a familiar selection of educational programs in a virtual classroom environment. We are excited to share this experience with you.

The program list will be updated as we add more classes. So check back frequently. Enjoy the familiar faces of your favorite instructors until we can rejoin each other in person!

Live Fitness Classes

The City of Cupertino's Parks & Recreation Department will be offering Live Fitness Classes, which you will be able to live stream from home via the Zoom app!


Each Friday, the City will post a fun activity for residents of all ages on its website and social media platforms. These activities will allow our community to write, draw, dance, sing, and laugh together while at home.

Stay Active

As our daily lives are filled with more indoor time, there are many ways to stay active indoors. Visit our Stay Active page for ways to keep moving without leaving your house.

Exercise Your Brain

It's important to exercise the body, but it's just as important to exercise the mind. Visit our Exercise Your Brain page for a list of resources to keep your brain engaged.

Stay Healthy

Stay informed with the latest COVID-19 information for the CDC, including how to protect yourself, symptoms, what to do if you think you are sick, and additional information to keep you and your family safe.

Stay Informed

Stay up to date with the City's ongoing COVID-19 response.