Newton Parks, Recreation & Culture. A few programs still have availability.
Registration is available online at www.newtonmarec.com
Have you registered for Summer Camp? Check out the links below to see program information and register online:
- Grades K-2: T-ville Trails at Bowen elementary school has openings July 5 – August 11 for their younger campers in grades K-2, sorry but spaces for grades 3-6 are currently full. This program offers standard and extended day hours.
- Grades 1-5: Albemarle Acres at Franklin elementary school has openings for the July 10th and July 17th This program offers standard and extended day hours. A few spaces are also open in the CIT program for children entering grades 8 – 11.
- Grades 1-6: Summer Vacation Camp at Lower Falls has a few openings for the July 3rd This program goes on a field trip each day and offers standard or extended day options. Participants can also sign up by day or for the week.
- Grades 2-6: Outdoor Adventure at Nahanton Park has openings for each of their 2-week sessions running June 26 – August 3. Several Individual weeks also have openings. This is a half day program that runs Monday – Thursday.
- Grades 2-7: Specialty Camps at Nahanton Park has openings for a few weeks of half day afternoon programs including paddleboarding and kayaking, ultimate frisbee, orienteering and archery.
- Grades 2-8: Specialty Camps at Emerson Community Center has openings the July 24th, July 31st and August 7th Sign up for a half day specialty program, or pick a morning and afternoon program each week to make a full day camp.
- Ages 7-12: Viking Sports at Pellegrini Park offers a variety of themed sports weeks and has openings from June 26 – September 1. Standard and extended day is offered.
- Ages 7-12: Tennis Camps at Lower Falls Community Center and Newton South High School offers half and full day programs June 12th – August 25th.
- Grades 7-10: Environmental Science has a few openings for their full session running July 5 – August 3. This program includes an overnight hike up Mt Washington.