Although the following are not Departmental programs, many of these community activity groups are supported by the City through usage of City facilities. Each group offers specialized services and involvement for Beverly Hills residents.
Beverly Hills 4-H Club (310) 278-2987 ,br>Be a part of the fun by leading a project, assisting with a project or enrolling your child for a wonderful “learning by doing” adventure! To enroll youth or sign-up to volunteer, just contact: Barbara Linder, email@example.com or (310) 278-2987; Website: celosangeles.ucanr.edu/4H_Youth_Development_Programs/
Beverly Hills American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) (310) 859-9663
Organized soccer league for children ages 5-16 years. Season operates from September - January. www.ayso76.org
Beverly Hills Basketball League (310) 535-7185
A volunteer-based organization, participants will also learn the game of basketball emphasizing fundamentals and team achievement. Season runs from January - March. www.bhbasketball.com
Beverly Hills Bridge Club (310) 657-6933
Classes, games and mini-tournaments are held on a daily basis at La Cienega Tennis Center.
Beverly Hills Gators
Provides excellent opportunity for youth, ages 7-14, to experiences the excitement of playing tackle football and learn the fundamentals of the game. Cheerleader program for all ages 5-14 years. Registration currently underway at www.bhgators.com. All home games being played at Beverly Hills High School during the fall season.
Beverly Hills Great Books Discussion Group (310) 273-5691
Meets every 2nd and 4th Monday of the month, at 6pm, at BH Public Library, 2nd floor, to discuss and analyze great books.
Beverly Hills Historical Society (310) 246-1914
Preserving and sharing the history of Beverly Hills through talks, lectures, tours and periodic displays at the Beverly Hills Public Library. Donations accepted.
West LA Lacrosse Club
Offers a wider range of divisions, including more grade levels and separate developmental and experienced divisions. Register at www.westlalacrosse.com. For more information the e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Beverly Hills Lawn Bowling Club (323) 857-6676
Lawn Bowling is an easy-to-learn lifetime sport for all ages. Everyone is invited to join. Free lessons and equipment are provided.
Beverly Hills Little League and Senior Little League
Organized baseball program for ages 6-15 years. www.bhll.net
Beverly Hills Triathlon Team
This 8 week training program runs out of the West Hollywood Pool/Park and includes swimming, cycling, running, and general conditioning. Each session concludes with the option to participate in a local triathlon event. Training is held 2 nights a week with UCLA triathlon team coaches. For more information contact email@example.com.
The Beverly Hills Theatre Guild (310) 274-3264
Brings fine theatre performances to the community.
Dynamo Sports Club
Open to youth of all ages in the sports of wrestling, judo, and Sambo (Russian martial art). www.dynamoclub.com
Friends of Beverly Gardens Park (310) 551-5458
A non-profit organization founded to restore Beverly Gardens Park to its true beauty and splendor. Donations accepted. www.fobgp.org
Friends of Greystone (310) 286-0119
A non-profit community group dedicated to preserve and restore Greystone Estate.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.greystonemansion.org
Friends of the Library (310) 288-2286
A non-profit organization founded to support and enhance the Library’s services to the community. The Friends operate a bookstore where they sell used and donated books. Donations accepted. www.friendsofbhpl.org
A 32-year-old company of professional actors dedicated to presenting theatre at its finest. Located on the campus of Beverly Hills High School in one of the most comfortable, intimate theatres in town. www.theatre40.org (310) 396-2325