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Director’s Notes

Summer officially starts on June 21st but why wait until then to start having FUN?!?!?  The Parks and Recreation Department has a full slate of programs and activities designed for you, your family and your friends to get outdoors and enjoy all that summer has to offer.

If you are interested in Youth Programs for details about our soccer, golf, baseball, field hockey and Zumba camps as well as our Summer Playground Program.  If you really want to get your hands on summer – don’t miss our Eco Explorers Science Camp where you’ll get your hands dirty and your feet wet!

Bring the whole family and your neighbors out to one or all of our Family Fun Nights.  Bring your lawn chairs and blankets and let us entertain you with music, magic and magnificent performances LIVE on the stage at West Lawn Park!

Be sure to join us as we investigate insects, gaze at the stars and the sun and go wading in the creek!  All of these experiences can be yours – for free – if you attend the Family Nature Series!

The Parks and Recreation Department is partnering once again with the Berks County Parks and Recreation Department and the staff at Blue Marsh Lake to bring you some wonderful Outdoor Adventures as well as some cultural and historical programs.  These programs are held at various parks throughout the county so please make sure to double check the details before leaving home.

To help officially kick-off the summer, be sure to stop by our booth at Get Outdoors Day at Blue Marsh Lake on Saturday, June 15th!  The whole day is dedicated to outdoor activities so bring your family and friends and try something new like fly-fishing or paddle boarding!  The Great American Camp Out is scheduled for June 22nd – 23rd at Cacoosing Meadows Park.  The event is free but registration is required by Friday, June 14th.  Register early to reserve your camping spot under the stars!

If all of this still isn’t enough excitement for you, the Department will once again be selling discounted tickets to local amusement parks, zoos and attractions.  This program is operated in cooperation with the PA Recreation and Park Society (PRPS).

The entire staff wishes you a safe and enjoyable summer and . . .

We look forward to seeing you in our parks and programs!

Judy Houck, CPRP
Director of Parks, Recreation and Public Facilities/Assistant Public Works Director





2850 Windmill Road
Sinking Spring, PA 19608
Phone: 610-678-5399
Fax: 610-678-4571

Office Hours
Mon – Fri 8:00am – 5:00pm
Closed Holidays