Moorestown Department of Parks and Rec: Spring Programs

The Department of Parks and Recreation has been doing some spring-cleaning. Following the winter programming schedule, the department “cleans house” both literally and figuratively. New programs, new classes and new schedules greet us as the Moorestown Schools and other local school systems Spring Break begins on Thursday, March 24.

For more information about specific programs please visit the Department of Parks and Recreation website at The first sessions of Introduction to Baking and Bread Baking will be finishing the week of March 21, but the second sessions begin the week of April 11 so register now. Chefs MacFeeters and Sklarow are preparing recipes and fun culinary projects for these exciting and informative programs in the Recreation Kitchen.

For spring programs that are currently in session please note the following important dates and schedule changes. Arts & Crafts with Sophia Geiger has been travelling the globe with her latest installment of art history and global perspectives. Geiger has been illuminating the importance of art from Ancient Egypt, Aboriginal contributions and so much more. Session I runs until April 16, but there is no class on March 26. Session II is open for registration and begins April 30.

The Girls Lacrosse Clinic/League for girls in grades second and third has been enjoying the early spring weather. Located on the Wesley Bishop Turf Fields, young lacrosse enthusiasts practice on Wednesdays and play intra-league games in Sundays. This program will take a brief hiatus on March 27 and 30 due to the Spring Break schedule. Similarly, tennis lessons held at Maple Dawson Park will be cancelled March 26 to April 1. Classes will resume on April 2. The Recreation Open Gym program at the Church Street Recreation Center will resume March 21 to 24 from 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. The week of Spring Break, March 28 to April 1 the Recreation Center Open Gym will run Monday through Friday from 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily.

On behalf of the Department of Parks and Recreation, we wish everyone a Happy Spring. For those who will be enjoying Spring Break, enjoy the week of rest. For those not bound by “academic schedules” we wish you fair weather and a wonderful beginning to the Spring Season. Keep checking the department website for new spring and summer programs and upcoming events. Watch our weekly article in The Moorestown Sun and “like” our Facebook page to stay abreast of new developments.