The Diamond Bar Community Foundation 1600 Grand Ave, Diamond Bar, CA91765 The Diamond Bar Commmunity Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization formed to raise money for art, recreation and…More cultural programs in Diamond Bar. The foundation is managed by a board of directors, most of whom are volunteers. The DBCF is the current publisher of the community newspaper "The Windmill."
Basically BOOKS 23447 Golden Springs Dr, Diamond Bar, CA91765 Basically BOOKS is a nonprofit bookstore operated by Friends of the Diamond Bar Library, with proceeds directly…More supporting the library. Basically BOOKS sells donated, used books and is run by a team of dedicated volunteers. Members of the community interested in volunteering their time to assist efforts supporting the Diamond Bar Library should contact Mary Hackett, manager of basically BOOKS.
Diamond Bar Northminster Presbyterian Church 400 Rancheria Rd, Diamond Bar, CA91765 The Diamond Bar Northminster Presbyterian Church, on a hilltop lot, spans nearly a quarter of a block. The grounds…More encompass a chapel, church administrative offices, meeting rooms, a school house and an expansive playground. Congregation members grow their faith by taking part in various programs offered through the church like Bible study, fellowship and music ministry. Child care is provided by trained church volunteers during services.
Diamond Bar Sheriff's Station 21695 Valley Blvd, Walnut, CA91789 The Walnut/Diamond Bar station of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department provides police services to approximately…More 45 square miles in the cities of Walnut and Diamond Bar. Officers use civilian volunteers to help patrol traffic and parking violations and to help with administrative tasks at the station. The station's Explorer Program allows teens and young adults from ages 15 to 21 to assist at the station and ride along with officers to explore careers in law enforcement.
Diamond Point Club 536 Navajo Springs Rd, Diamond Bar, CA91765 The Diamond Point Club is located on Navajo Springs Road. It is a private community clubhouse offering tennis,…More racquetball and swimming throughout the year to both children and adults. The facility houses a large outdoor pool, and tennis and basketball courts. In addition to this, the club offers after-school care for children 8 – 15 as well as recreational classes in dance, aerobics, yoga, self defense, and arts and crafts. Programs are mainly run by neighborhood volunteers so call for a schedule of classes or to be placed on a mailing list.