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East Brunswick Recreation Fall/Winter Offerings are now published and registrations have begun.

Classes, programs, trips, sports and special events are being offered to residents of East Brunswick of all ages.

Many new and exciting offerings have been added to the popular ones that are always requested.

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Some examples of kids' programs:  Sesame Street Live, Trunk-or-Treat, Bowling Clubs, Playing Pals, Stomping Ground, Tumbling/Gymnastics, Art, Keyboards, Chess, Food Funtastics, Rocketry, Slimy Science, Comic Books, Jewelry Design, and Ceramics.  Trips for older kids include Jets game, skiing, snowboarding, and paintball.

Adult programs include:  Yoga, Zumba, Pilates, Stained Glass, First Aid/CPR, Rutgers SAFETY, Radio City, Jets Game, Ceramics, Basketball and Volleyball.

We are also hosting events such as the Mutlicultural Fair, Dining for a Cause, Road Races, Trunk-or-Treat.  Others events and programs are added all the time.

For additional information and online registration;  www.eastbrunswick.org/recreation


Magazines can be viewed online, or picked up at the Recreation office, Library, Municipal Building or Senior Center, or we can email you a copy.


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recreation@eastbrunswick.org, 732-390-6797

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