Get Ready for Spring: Warren Township Recreation Programs and Events

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The Warren Township Recreation Commission 2017 Spring and Camp Programs and events

Annual Fishing Derby is May 20 (rain date May 21 only if it rains hard) for Warren residents only. No pre-registration necessary. It is held at Dealaman Pond (for this event only, enteroff of Technology Drive) follow signs. 

World Tennis Day for newcomers ages 4-17 will be held at Central School gym March 20 from 5-7pm. This program is free to Warren, Watchung and Green Brook residents but Must pre-register for times online.

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Tennis Lessons are for ages 4 to adult and are held: Spring (2 - six week sessions of 55 minutes each week) and Fall (1-eight week sessions of 55 minutes each week) It is held at the Municipal Complex and Greenwood Meadows Courts. Spring sessions begin April 3 and May15, the fee is $100 each session..Fall session begins Sept. 11, the fee is $140. Spring instructor is Pro Mike Watson and assistants and Fall instructor is Pro Steve Levin and his assistants.

Jr Field Hockey is open to WHRHS sending district students,Grades 4-9 and runs April 10-13 and June 26-19 from 9am to 10:30am at Duderstadt turf field. The clinics are run by WHRHS coach Maureen Kelly and team. You must have your own stick, mouth guard, shin guards and water. Learning basic stick skills and scrimmaging. Free T-shirt included. Fee is $75 each clinic.

Rutgers SAFETY Coaches Clinics are required in order to volunteer coach Warren sports. This is a one and done requirement and must be over 18 years old to participate. Clinics are held March 13, August 16 and November 29 from 7pm to 10pm at the Warren Rescue Squad. Classes are free to Warren and Watchung residents but still must register online. $35 for all others.

Playground Program is held 9am-3pm at the Municipal Complex Pavilion and begin June 26 and run until July 28, T-F and at the Warren Brook Pool from 12-3pm every Monday, except for the first Monday which is a full day at camp. We welcome children entering 1st to 5thgrade in September. The fee for 5 weeks is $225. Warren residents register before May 22 receives a $25 early bird discount. Late fee of $25 begins June 13. Deadline for registration is June 19 or until it fills up.

Teen Camp will be held 8:45am to 2:45pm and runs Monday-Friday full days. M-T at Roundtop Swim Club, W-F at WHRHSand begin June 26 until July 28. We welcome teens entering 6thto 8th grade in September. The fee each week varies and includes a trip and special event. Warren residents register before May 22 receives a $10 early bird discount per week. Late fee of $25 begins June 13. Deadline for registration is June 19 or until it fills up.

Little Kids Camp is from July 23 to August 4 from 9am to 1pm at the Municipal Complex Pavilion and is for children age 4 and 5.  Activities will be similar to our playground program. Fee is $85 for the week.

Super Science Program for Kids called Science, Lego Building & Robotics is for ages 6-12 and runs from August 7 to 11 from 8:45am-2:45pm at Central School. Get ready for a fun-filled "magical" laboratory and Lego building experience.  Science will come alive as you enjoy making Flubber, Silly Putty, Super Hi- Bounce balls, and more. Have fun making a “mushroom” monster, play dough, Glowing Goo, and even a tye-dye style shirt. Then challenge your building skill as you build a wide assortment of motorized and non-motorized Lego projects and invent a wide assortment of robots.  Lego themes will include Star Wars, Friends, City, Nexo Knights, Minecraft, and more.  All campers will take home a mini- chemistry kit, recipe booklet as well as a Lego or robot project. Fee $195.

The Keynotes 50's Night Concert: Enjoy a night of Rock n Roll with Sal & Tony. Back by popular demand June 28 from 7-9pm at the Municipal Complex pavilion area. Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus, Fr. James Russell Council # 11409 serving complimentary snacks and drinks. Bring your blankets, lawn chairs and families. Rain date June 29 in the Municipal Court Yard.

 

NOTE: The Recreation office will open in the New municipal building behind the present building and will be on the first floor, first office on the right on February 15. All offices will be closed Feb. 13-14 for the move.

To find more information and register with a credit card go to www.warrennj.org/recreation or go to the Recreation office at 46 Mtn Blvd, Warren or if you have questions call 908-753-8000 ext 270 or email recreation@warrennj.org

For children, teens and adults in Warren, Green Brook, and Watchung. Registration for camps will be open for Warren residents on April 11, 9am. Green Brook and Watchung registration begins May 23, 9am. 

 

 

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