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Fall Program Registration is Open at Westfield Rec Dept.

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Registration is OPEN for all Fall Programs at the Westfield Recreation Department. Adults are encouraged to get out of the house this fall beginning with our Tai Chi program on Tuesdays at 10:00am and by joining the “party” with our Zumba Fitness Class on Mondays 7:30pm!

Come out and check out the latest fitness craze, Cardio Tennis, on Tuesdays or Sunday mornings at 9:30am or 10:30am, no playing experience necessary. The department also offers Adult Tennis for beginners and intermediate levels on Sundays starting the end of September. Adult enrichment courses offered are Adult Fashion and Guitar for beginners or those just needing a “refresher” lesson. Register now for your spot!  Visit our website for details on each program listed.

After school Enrichment programs for kids include: Fashion Design, Junior Science Lab, Creative Art Lab, Lego Tech Plus, Dining Etiquette, Social Etiquette, Voice Lessons, Intro to Rock, and Lego-Engineering! There is a variety for everyone to choose from. Classes are scheduled to start end of September. Kids can “Be Active” this fall with Tennis and Golf Clinics, Fall Camps, as well as our weekly United Soccer Academy Soccer classes and weekly USSI Multi-Sports classes. Sport classes are offered for ages 2-14! We also offer parent & me classes! Check the “Rec Room” Brochure for details on all programs.

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Don’t forget to sign up for Fall Camps when kids are out of school! Our USA and USSI instructors are hosting mini-camps for ages 3 to 14 on the following dates:October 3, 4, 10, 12 and November 10, 11. Soccer, Lacrosse, Track & Field, Multi-Sports, and Golf are just a few sports available. There is something for everyone! Also, back by popular demand – our “Get Better 3-on-3 Basketball Challenge” with Coach Lane on Tuesday, October 4 for grades 6-9. Mark your calendars! Register early, all classes are on a first come- first serve basis.

“Be Active” with one of the programs offered through the Recreation Department this fall. For additional information, please visit our website: www.westfieldnj.gov/recreation for a copy of “The Rec Room” program brochure. Also visit our FaceBook page: www.FaceBook.com/WestfieldRecreation, follow us on Twitter: @WestfieldRec or contact the Westfield Recreation Department at 425 East Broad St., Westfield at 908-789-4080, or by email: recreation@westfieldnj.gov .

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