Upcoming Programs

Recreation and Parks has some exciting programs coming soon.  Take a look at the flyers below for more information.  All programs follow CDC guidelines for social distancing.

Extended Day Camps

Recreation and Parks Department will continue to offer extended day camps at nine recreation centers starting Monday, Aug. 17, to provide an alternative location where children can participate in their remote learning classes. The day camps will be offered from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday at a cost of $25 a week.

Children will be able to use the Wi-Fi connections at participating recreation centers to access the internet. Participants should bring their laptop or learning device (fully charged), school supplies, and a bagged lunch/snack. After classes are over for the day, the staff will offer recreation and leisure activities. 

The program is available for students of all ages, with a limit of 18 students per site. Social distancing measure will be in place and students should wear masks.

Parents should register their children at the recreation center they will use. A fillable registration form is located on our forms page Parents should bring the completed form with payment to the center they will use. At this time all spaces are full. Please continue to check for updates. 

.Extended Day Camp Registration (PDF - fillable on desktop or Acrobat Reader mobile app) | WePLAY Parent Handbook (PDF)

The day camps will be offered at the Hanes Hosiery, Little Creek, Martin Luther King, Jr., Miller Park, Minnie Lee Davis Harris, Polo Park, Sedge Garden, William C. Sims, Sr. and William Roscoe Anderson, Jr. Recreation Centers. 

For additional information please email to Nicole Hale or Gary Lash.     Extended Day Camps

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