Parks and Recreation
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Related Files:Fall & Winter Program Guide 2013 - 2014
The Department of Parks & Recreation maintains several recreational facilities for school sports, youth athletics, and resident usage. Permits, which may be obtained at the Recreation Office, 1090 Cranston Street, Hamilton Building, are available to residents and groups to guarantee the use of ball fields and tennis courts. Each and every other recreational facility is available to Cranston residents. Special rules and regulations are posted at each site to ensure a safe and fun environment for all.
WHAT'S GOING ON IN RECREATION?
FALL AND WINTER PROGRAM INFORMATION IS UP!
Information regarding our fall and winter programs, whcih included Saturday Morning Basketball, Winter Tennis, Minikickers Instructional Soccer, Duckpin Bowling, and adult fitness classes is now online.
To view the flyer, click HERE.
Saturday Morning Basektball, Winter Tennis, and Minikickers Soccer will begin on November 30. Registration is available in the Recreation Office, Monday thru Friday from 9am - 4pm or at the location on November 30. Advanced registration is encouraged.
RELEASE YOUR STRESS WITH ADULT YOGA
Cranston Parks and Recreation will begin offering beginning Yoga classes to be held at Edgewood Highlands Elementary School. The Recreation Department will be offering 4 sessions from September 2013 to June 2014. Classes will be held on Thursdays from 6:30-8:00pm.
Session 1: September 12 – November 7, 2013
Session 2: November 14, 2013 – January 23, 2014
*No Class on November 28, December 26*
Session 3: January 30 – April 3, 2014
*No Class on February 20*
Session 4: April 10 – June 12, 2014
*No Class on April 24*
Practicing yoga is beneficial for enhancing strength, flexibility and focus. Beginners and advanced practitioners welcome. The class is for both men and woman. Fee for the session is $35.00.
Participants can register at the class Thursday nights or in the Recreation Office during normal business hours.
COME OUT TO THE WOMEN'S FITNESS CLASSES
WHEN: Mondays & Thursdays at 6:30pm — 7:30pm
WHERE: George Peters Elementary School
COST: Session Fee: $40 ($20 if attending only 1 night per week)
Session 1: September 9 – December 5, 2013
*No Class on October 14 & 17, November 11, 14, 25, & 28*
Session 2: December 9, 2013 – March 13, 2014
*No Class on December 23, 26 & 30, January 2*
Session 3: March 17 – May 29, 2014
*No Class on April 21 & 24, May 26*
Participants are encouraged to bring own weights, water bottle, etc
In the event of inclimate weather monitor school closings or check our facebook page for updates.
SIGN UP NOW FOR DUCKPIN BOWLING LEAGUE
Cranston Parks & Recreation Youth Duckpin Bowling League will be starting it's winter session on September 17. Register now at Legion Bowl, 661 Park Avenue.
Session “A” Tuesdays starting September 17, 2013
Session “B” Fridays starting September 20, 2013
Session “C” Saturdays starting September 21, 2013
Sessions A & B runs 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm for Ages 4-12 ( ages 4 – 6 Bumper Bowling )
Session C runs Saturdays from 9:30 am – 12:00pm for Ages 4 – 18 (ages 4 - 6 Bumper Bowling)
Registration Fee is $6.00 with a weekly cost of $6.00.
Contact Legion Bowl at 781-8888 with any questions or to volunteer as a coach or scorekeeper.
INFORMATION ON WINTER PROGRAMS COMING SOON
Check back often here and on our Facebook page for updates. We are finalizing dates and prices. We'll have the information posted before the flyers hit the schools.
Stay tuned for more information about Satruday Morning Basketball, Winter Tennis, and Adult Basketball.
FOLLOW CRANSTON PARKS & RECREATION ON FACEBOOK
The Cranston Parks and Recreation Department is now on Facebook. We can now post real time updates on program information, cancelations, and up coming events. Follow us by clicking the link HERE.
CRANSTON PARKS AND RECREATION NAMED "DEPARTMENT OF THE YEAR"
The Rhode Island Recreation and Parks Assocation has named the Cranston Parks and Recreation Department the "Department of the Year" at it's annual conference and award luncheon on March 15. The award is presented to recognize a parks and recreation department in the State of Rhode Island whose concern for and dedication to the field has been demonstrated through efforts, which enhances the lives of the people in their community.
CHECK BACK FREQUENTLY AS THIS PAGE WILL BE UPDATED WITH NEW PROGRAMMING INFORMATION.