Parks and Recreation has many new programs to fit everyone’s comfort level: virtual, hybrid and in person. Try virtual art workshops for all ages, fitness programs, or chess classes. There are online certification courses or in person programs like goat yoga, dog training, soccer and so much more.
April 22nd celebrates Earth Day. Visit the Parks & Rec website to gain knowledge, find crafts for the kids, articles, recycling ideas and more. You have probably done a lot of spring cleaning over this past year. Maybe it’s time to recycle and discover what some of your treasures are worth. Join Radio Host, Appraiser and Downsizing Specialist, Mike Ivankovich, on Thursday, April 22nd for What’s It Worth Appraisal Zoom. Mike will share his expertise, appraise your articles, give you tips and evaluate your items, live on Zoom.
Have more to sell?
Then the Township-wide Community Yard Sale on May 22nd is for you. Parks & Rec has the tools to promote the yard sale, while you decide what to sell, put the items out in your yard and keep the proceeds. Visit web for info.
Bike safety is important. Register your child for the Bike Rodeo and Safety Day on May 16th.
P&R, along with the Northampton Police and other partners, will offer your child safety tips, assess helmets, check for maintenance, along with a skills course.
The Northampton Swim Club is your answer to beat the heat and cool off Monday through Friday this summer.
Swim Club memberships are now being accepted.
Plan ahead for a memorable summer with a variety of weeklong specialty camps.
Give your children a summer to remember with archery, musical theater, dance, robotics, golf and so much more.
For a complete listing of offerings, visit northamptonrec.com.