Parks and Recreation Classes and Programs



Register for the FREE PHXPlays at Home Virtual Recreation Program​​​​​​
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(The virtual recreation program provides live-streamed activity covering different themes)

Register for the FREE FitPHX Virtual Bootcamp, Fall Into Fitness and Morning Yoga series
(Sponsored by AARP Phoenix and supporting partners Valley of the Sun YMCA​, Energized by Exercise and Sutra Studios​)​

Participate in the FREE Pueblo Grande Museum Virtual Summer Storytelling series​
(Program runs July 18 to August 8, with access to storytelling videos until September 5)

Participate in the FREE Camp Colley Foundation Virtual Environmental Learning Program
(Features a series of nine activities and instructional videos designed for families to have fun, learn and connect with nature)

Participate in the FREE Daring Adventures – Virtual Adventures Program
(These virtual activities are designed for all ages and ability levels)​

Use FREE codePHX resources designed to help youth in grades K-12
(Learn about computer coding, robotics and 3D modeling)


*** Registration for in-person classes, programs and activities is postponed until further notice *** ​

Register online through the Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department’s registration website 

or at one of the city’s in-person registration locations

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City of Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department


Physical Distancing in Public Parks and Trails


 

​2020 Virtual Recreation Programs​

The Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department and its partner organizations are offering a variety of FREE virtual programs and resources. Learn more and register for these activities.

PHXPlays at Home Virtual Recreation series​

FitPHX Virtual Bootcamp, Fall Into Fitness and Yoga series​

Pueblo Grande Museum Virtual Summer Storytelling series

codePHX Self-Guiding Resources

Camp Colley Virtual Environmental Learning Program​

Daring Adventures – Virtual Adventures​



“Take a Hike. Do it Right.”​




Learn about hiking safety guidelines
Millions of people enjoy Phoenix hiking trails every year. Park Rangers educate trail users about important
“Take a Hike. Do it Right.” hiking safety guidelines.

The
annual ban of open fires in Phoenix’s desert parks and mountain preserves​ went into effect May 1, 2020.


Extended summer hours are in effect from June through September at North Mountain Park, Piestewa Peak Trailhead and Pima Canyon Trailhead. Parking lots are open until 9 p.m. and trails until 11 p.m. at those locations.


Learn about the Hance Park Revitaliza​tion Project


Read the Hance Park Newsletter



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Recreation Department | Rye, NY

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The Rye Recreation Department strives to enrich the lives of our residents by providing safe and welcoming parks, facilities, recreation programs and events for people of all ages. We work in partnership with our residents and in cooperation with other recreation service providers in the community in order to maximize all available resources. We are dedicated to building healthy communities and enriching the quality of life through people, parks and programs.

Cooling and Charging Station 

Due to widespread power outages, a cooling station and charging station for cell phones and electronic devices will be available to City of Rye seniors ONLY at Rye Recreation from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursday and Friday, August 6 and 7. For our non-senior community members City Hall will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m as well as the Rye Free Reading Room during normal business hours.

This is NOT intended as a social gathering place; it is only for those needing a cool location or a place to charge their devices.

Please stay home if you are feeling sick or exhibiting any symptoms associated with COVID-19 or if you believe you have been exposed to the virus.

For the safety of both staff and residents, you must:

  • Attest to COVID-19 health concerns and be signed in by staff.
  • Have your temperature taken.The thermometer must read 100.3 degrees or below in order to gain entry.
  • You MUST wear a mask at ALL times.
  • Bring all necessary cords and plugs.Only the outlets themselves will be available.
  • No water or equipment will be available.Please bring water with you if so desired.
  • Restrooms will be available.

Please note our phones are not currently working.  To contact us, please email registration@ryeny.gov

STAFF

  • Sophie Diamond, Senior Chaperone and Bus Driver


























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Recreation | City of Kenmore Washington

Seasonal Nature Walks

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Wallace Swamp Creek Park

19851 73rd Ave NE

Kenmore, WA 98028
Map/Directions

If you enjoy exploring the natural outdoors, we invite you to participate in the City’s free guided nature walks at Wallace Swamp Creek Park.On the third Tuesday of each month from April through October, volunteer Linda Phillips will host a 1.5 – 2 hour-long guided tour and explore two miles of paved and primitive trails through the 25-acre park. Tours will focus on plants and animals found in the park. Bring a pair of binoculars and a love for the outdoors.

Tours start at 9:00 a.m. at the kiosk at Wallace Swamp Creek Park parking lot. Participants under the age of 18 years old must be accompanied by a parent.

Check back for the 2020 Nature Walk schedule.

 


Inglewood Golf Club

IGC

Dating back to 1919, Inglewood Golf Club is one of the oldest clubs in the Pacific Northwest. The Club offers full equity golf memberships, Jr. Exec (ages 21-40) and social memberships. The facility is also available for special events and rentals. 
Inglewood Golf Club

 


Kenmore Senior Center 

The Kenmore Senior Center, located at Rhododendron Park, is a branch of the Northshore Senior Center. The Kenmore Senior Center along with the Northshore Senior Center offers health clinics, classes, clubs, a computer lab, special events, Wellness Project, Adult Day Centers, social services and trips galore. A listing of regularly scheduled activities, classes, and services of the Kenmore Senior Center, special events, trips, support groups and general announcements are available for free. Pick up your copy of the quarterly newsletter at the reception desk of the senior center. The picnic shelter at Rhododendron Park is available for rentals through the Kenmore Senior Center by calling 425-489-0707.

Check out the complete Summer 2020 Catalog online: www.northshoreseniorcenter.org for a complete list of classes and activities.


Future Recreation Opportunities

Check back for upcoming recreation opportunities…

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Rattlesnake Lake Recreation Area & Trails – Utilities

COVID-19 Message

Rattlesnake Lake Recreation Area reopens; Ledge Trail remains closed


Rattlesnake Lake Recreation Area in North Bend reopens on June 11 for boating, fishing, swimming, and picnicking only. No hiking! Rattlesnake Ledge Trail remains closed. Visitor parking is limited to 70 cars and 10 boat trailers to help maintain social distancing. We will continue to assess and monitor this situation and look forward to reopening the Ledge Trail when we can do so safely for the public and our staff.

Photo of Rattlesnake Lake and Ledge
Rattlesnake Lake and Ledge

The Rattlesnake Lake Recreation Area is a day-use area located outside the hydrologic boundaries of the Cedar River Municipal Watershed near North Bend. The lake is located near Interstate 90, exit 32, about 3 miles southeast of North Bend and about 35 miles east of Seattle. The recreation area includes the 111-acre lake, picnic areas, the Rattlesnake Ledge Trail, and parking access to miles of State Park and King County hiking, biking, and horse trails. The recreation area is owned and managed by Seattle Public Utilities as a non-development buffer to the protected municipal watershed lands. The watershed supplies 65% of the Seattle region’s unfiltered drinking water to nearly 800,000 people. Rattlesnake Lake is not used for drinking water and is spring-fed by the nearby Cedar River.

 

Rules and Regulations:

  • Open dawn to dusk, year-round. Parking is free.
  • NO camping or open fires.
  • Private or exclusive events (gatherings, celebrations, weddings, etc.) of 30 or more people are prohibited.
  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV’s), such as Quadcopters, drones, and model airplanes are prohibited.
  • Portable toilets and lakefront picnic areas. NO drinking water.
  • Water is available at the Cedar River Watershed Education Center.
  • Boat launch: Self-propelled and electric boat motors only.
  • Swimming: NO life guards, swim at your own risk.
  • Fishing: Year-round, Washington State selective gear rules apply.
  • Hunting and gathering is prohibited.
  • Absolutely NO fireworks.
  • NO feeding wildlife.
  • NO commercial activity.

Please take the “Leave No Trace” pledge:

  • Pledge to keep Washington’s trails beautiful! Rattlesnake Ledge Trail belongs to all of us.
  • Respect wildlife. Observe them from a safe distance and pledge not to feed them and keep your pets on a leash.
  • Dispose of waste (human, dog and trash) properly. Pledge to pack it in and pack it out.
  • Preserve the wild experience. Pledge to help create a great trail culture that respects other trail users, yielding the trail and letting the sounds of nature prevail.

 

Rattlesnake Lake Trail

This lake trail is located on the southeast side of the lake and is a mix of barrier-free paved and packed gravel loop trails that access the lake, parking, and the Cedar River Watershed Education Center.

  • Length: 3/4 mile to Cedar River Watershed Education Center
  • Difficulty: Very easy
  • Users: Foot, Bike, ADA Accessible
  • Rattlesnake Lake Trail Map (pdf)
Photo of Rattlesnake Ledge Trail
Rattlesnake Ledge Trail

 

Rattlesnake Ledge Trail and Rattlesnake Mountain Trail

Beginning at Rattlesnake Lake, the

Wichita Parks And Recreation in Wichita, KS with Reviews

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This Is What Matters As Florida Allows Reopening Of Youth Sports, Summer Camps And Recreation Activities

By Arthur L. Caplan & Lee H. Igel

Governor Ron DeSantis of Florida says it is time for kids to have some summer fun playing sports and going to camp together again. After two months of shutdown because of the coronavirus pandemic, sports leagues, summer camps and organized recreation activities across the state are now being allowed to reopen. Beyond the symptom screening, sanitizing and social distancing, what needs to be done to help ensure that kids can go running, jumping, swimming, kicking and screaming in a safe way?

Florida has had something of an early lead when it comes to managing sports in coronavirus times. In mid-April, with professional sports suspended, WWE was cleared to stage wrestlers-only television events after DeSantis designated “professional sports and media production with a national audience” at a location “closed to the general public” as essential services. And throughout the pandemic, the NBA and MLB have been among the major leagues exploring plans for restarting their seasons at sites in Florida, including Disney’s ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. But those decisions have concerned paid adults—not kids—getting back in the game.

The decision to lift restrictions on youth sports and recreation activities, according to an announcement from DeSantis, was based on a few key factors. One is the low COVID-19 infection rate among children. Another is concern for children’s physical and emotional health. A third is what youth sports and recreation programs could contribute to local communities and economies.

Florida has recorded just over 50,000 of the more than 1.6 million COVID-19 cases in the United States to date, according to Johns Hopkins data tracking. The state has also recorded about 2,200 of the more than 100,000 deaths across the country. There are all sorts of suggestions as to what is leading to those relatively low rates in Florida—from public response to social distancing measures and disaster response from experience with hurricanes to early orders banning outside visitors from entering nursing homes and restricting COVID-positive patients from returning to nursing homes after they were sent to hospitals. Meanwhile, like many places around the nation and the world, Florida hasn’t been without its share of people missing the point. Crowding at popular public places, especially beaches and bars, has made headlines. So, too, have questions about officials manipulating data to make the coronavirus case numbers appear better than they might actually be.

In any case, Florida appears to be weathering the pandemic in good enough condition to begin reopening many services. One of the last states to issue a “safer-at-home” order, it is one of the first states to go ahead with opening up organized sports and recreation activities.

Sports and recreation are an important part of healthy childhood. Sports and recreation promote lifelong physical, cognitive, social, and emotional growth

Recreation – Spokane Valley, WA

Spokane Valley Recreation Programs




Spring & Summer Registration (INCLUDING SWIMMING LESSONS, SWIM TEAM and SUMMER DAY CAMP) has been paused until June 1, 2020.  We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and provide information as it becomes available.  


All April Adult Dance Classes (April 6-May 11) are canceled.


           

You can register IN PERSON at CenterPlace Regional Event Center

OVER THE PHONE:  By calling Parks and Recreation at 509.720.5200 .

ONLINE:  By visiting our
registration page 24/7.


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The Recreation Department’s Vision is to:

  • Deliver diversified recreational and educational experiences

    for all ages.
  • Foster vigorous partnerships within the community.
  • Advocate health, wellness and physical activity.

Effective January 1, 2018, per City Council Resolution, all credit/debit card transactions will now be charged a 2.5% processing fee.  Cash, check, or money order are still accepted, with no processing fee required.  

We apologize for any inconvenience.
 

 

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Kent County Parks and Recreation schedules and information

Welcome to Kent County Parks and Recreation at the Kent County Community Center.

At Kent County Parks and Recreation (KCPR) we strive to provide fun, safe, family oriented recreational activities and programs that promote wellness and build community ties. Parks and Recreation offers traditional activities, such as after school, summer camp, fitness classes, tumbling, and special events, as well as partnering in programming to offer certification classes, bird watching, canoeing, and hiking, to meet the needs of our patrons.

If you have questions about any of our programs, parks, or recreational activities, please use our website or feel free to contact us by email or phone.  We are happy to help you and your family get out there and be active!  At Kent County Parks and Recreation we are always working had so you can play hard!  

PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY REGISTRATION

View the full registration policies here.

To register for a program or activity, registration is accepted *online, in person and by mail. Registration is accepted on a first come first served basis. A separate registration/form is required for each participant unless noted otherwise with the program description. Paper forms are not necessary if registering online (if online registration is available for the program) or in person. Many of our programs have multiple pages to be completed and may be downloaded from the program information section on this site. Before completing a paper general registration form/packet, please confirm it is the correct form for the program for which you are registering.

*Online registration requires a nominal processing fee for the convenience of online credit card and electronic check payments.

To register online click below.

INCLEMENT WEATHER
ANNOUNCEMENT POLICIES

Weather closing information and general announcements are posted on the Parks and Recreation home page bulletin board, the Kent County Community Center Facebook Page and our Rainout Line at 410-429-1401 or visit https://rainoutline.com/search/dnis/4104291401 (usually no later than 7:30 am or 3 pm for evening programs the day in question when weather related).

SCHOOL YEAR WEATHER ANNOUNCEMENTS
(SEPTEMBER – MAY)

In general, if Kent County Public Schools (KCPS) are closed, close early, or cancel evening programs, all programs at public school sites are closed. Kent County Parks and Recreation (KCPR) youth programs at the Kent County Community Center (KCCC) and KCPR facilities are closed when county facilities remain *open. KCPR adult programs at county facilities will be open when county facilities remain *open. If KCPS are one hour or 90 minutes late, morning programs will be open. *If KCPS are two hours late, morning programs will be closed. These general policies do not necessarily apply to programs offered by private vendors (please refer to program description) at the Community Center as they determine their opening and closing schedules when the Community Center remains *open on a normal operating schedule when there is inclement weather.

*All programs are closed when the Snow Emergency Plan or the State of Emergency Plan is in effect, however, should Plan(s) be lifted by 2 pm, evening adult programs