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2023 Summer Program & Events Guide

 Director’s Notes

Summertime is a great time to get outside with friends and family and the Staff has created many opportunities for you to do that this summer. The Family Nature Series is hosting seventeen (17) sessions this summer. Be sure to register early for these programs. Some programs are so popular that we have scheduled two sessions and we ask that you only register for one so that other families can enjoy the programs too. See the whole list of programs on the Family Nature Series page.

Family Fun Nights at West Lawn Park are back! The Staff has scheduled eight (8) great evenings filled with fun and frivolity! Audience participation is a must so plan on getting involved. Bring the whole family and some blankets to sit on during the shows! Get all the details on the Family Fun Night page.

The Public Works Department put a lot of work into restoring the Caboose at Red Caboose Park in time for our holiday event last December but the weather didn’t cooperate and we had to move the event indoors. So, in honor of National Train Day and all the hard work the Crew did on the Caboose, the Department is hosting a “Red Caboose Open House” on Saturday, May 13th from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Bring the whole family over to Red Caboose Park, see some photos from when the Caboose arrived and the several restorations that were done over the years then enjoy a tour of the Caboose. Don’t forget your camera – you’ll want a family photo in front of the Caboose!

The Department is hosting “Neighborhood Nights in the Park” this summer. Join us for a fun-filled evening with your neighbors. There will be all types of games and special guests could arrive at any time during the events. Four (4) parks were selected for these new events. Check out the details on the Special Events page.

The Parks and Recreation Department is still collecting for Helping Harvest, our local food bank. Please consider bringing a non-perishable food item to any program or event and see any staff member on site. Helping Harvest serves our local community and our neighbors. Last year we collected 320 pounds of food! Won’t you help us beat that record?

Your parks and trails are open and waiting for your visit! Please dress for the weather and take a walk in a park today! It is good for your mind and your body!

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

Judy Houck, CPRP
Director of Parks and Recreation



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