Whether a youngster is taking their first dribble or already sinking three-pointers, the Parks and Recreation Department’s Winter Youth Basketball League is perfect for new or experienced players from six to 13 years old. Registration ends Dec. 1. Continue reading Winter youth basketball registration is underway through Dec. 1 – and we need coaches, too!
In this episode of “What’s Up, College Station?” Marketing Coordinator Grace Hallowell and Assistant Recreation Supervisor Kari Williamson talk about the full schedule of October events for seniors at the Meyer Center, Southwood Community Center, and the Lincoln Recreation Center. Continue reading What’s Up? Video: Fall Fest highlights a busy October schedule for the city’s senior programs
It’s that bewitching time of the year again when goblins and ghouls emerge from the shadows! Our Halloween festivities go beyond the usual trick-or-treating. This year’s lineup offers something for everyone, whether it’s an exclusive senior’s festival or a Creepy Crawl 2K Fun Run and Walk that the entire family can enjoy. Continue reading October’s spooktacular event schedule features Senior Fest, the Creepy Crawl Fun Run, and more
Thankfully, the cooler days of autumn are approaching, and that means football games and excited kids going back to school, among other delights. For the Parks and Recreation Department, the subsiding heat also means an impressive lineup of engaging fall programs and events for all ages. Continue reading Registration is underway for our dazzling fall lineup of adult and youth recreational programs
In this episode of “What’s Up, College Station?” Marketing Coordinator Grace Hallowell and Lincoln Recreation Center Supervisor Cheletia Johnson discuss details of the city’s supervised after-school program and other LRC activities. Continue reading What’s Up? Video: The city’s supervised after-school program and other LRC activities
As the new school year approaches, parents and caregivers are determining the best ways to support their children during the crucial hours after school. The Lincoln Recreation Center and the College Station Parks and Recreation Department offer an affordable after-school program for children ages 6-15. Continue reading The LRC’s after-school program provides kids with affordable, secure, and supervised care