Another year has come and gone and it’s time for new resolutions and new beginnings! When was the last time you enjoyed a stroll in the park, went on a road trip with a friend or learned a new skill? Do you remember the joy on your child’s face when they found a frog or saw their first magician? It has probably been longer than any of us care to admit but don’t worry, the Parks, Recreation and Public Works Department is here to help!
Whether you and your friends like shopping, flowers, casinos or sporting events, we have a day trip for you. If you are really adventurous you’ll join us for our extremely popular “Mystery Trip” to . . . . . oh – that’s right, it is supposed to be a mystery! Remember to schedule your vacation for early September and join us for a week-long trip to Kentucky, home of “The Derby” and the “Louisville Slugger”! Don’t think about it too long though, these trips are very popular and registration is limited so call your friends and sign up today!
If food, gardening or writing interests you, we have several workshops that will inspire and entertain you. For those with a more competitive streak, we have Adult Volleyball. Get your friends together and join us!
The ever popular Family Fun Nights and Family Nature Series are back this season and include music, magic, dinosaurs, wildlife and even some chemistry! Who knew chemistry would be fun?! Although some sessions may require pre-registration, all of these programs are free. Please check the program descriptions to make sure the event is appropriate for your child’s age.
It wouldn’t be spring in the Township without our slate of special events! From the Easter Egg Hunt and Trout Rodeos to the Golf Tournament and Spring’s Savory Sampler, there is an event for every member of the family.
Forget those resolutions we make every year and never complete. Resolve to add QUALITY to YOUR LIFE and enjoy each and every day with your family and friends. We’re here to help you make this resolution a reality!
We look forward to seeing you in our parks and programs!
Judy Houck, CPRP
Director of Parks and, Recreation