Imagine the Possibilities with Recreation Programming this Season
Winter/Spring Program Registration Opens Dec. 1
Carmel, Ind. (November 29, 2019) – Registration for Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation (CCPR) winter/spring programs opens Dec. 1. During the winter/spring season, which runs January through April, CCPR will offer 228 programs including 64 new programs.
What You’ll Find in the Program Guide
The winter/spring Program Guide features nature, aquatics, sports, creative arts, enrichment, science + technology, homeschool, adaptive, senior, and wellness programs. Programs are offered for all ages from parent/child programs for kiddos as young as six months to senior programs for ages 65 and older.
Experience Something New
Each category this season features new and exciting programs. CCPR is offering 22 creative arts programs including Tiny Dancers for the preschool/toddler age group, and Intro to Painting for both the youth and adult age groups.
CCPR strives to provide inclusive programming for all ages and abilities. CCPR’s adaptive programs are specifically designed for individuals with disabilities. In the winter/spring Program Guide, you’ll find these debut adaptive programs: Mystery Kitchen Night, Youth Fishing, and Preschool Hoopers.
How to Register
Physical copies of the Program Guide are available at the Monon Community Center and the electronic version can be found online at carmelclayparks.com/programs. Register for programs online here or in person at the Monon Community Center.
About Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation
Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation (CCPR) holds the Gold Medal Award for Excellence in Park and Recreation Management by the American Academy for Park and Recreation Administration (AAPRA) in partnership with the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) for parks serving populations of 75,001 to 150,000. As an accredited agency, the department serves the recreation, fitness and nature needs of the community, manages and develops existing spaces and resources and creates a sustainable future for parks and recreation programs through a financially viable and environmentally conscious parks system. CCPR manages and maintains more than 500 park acres and numerous recreation facilities, including the Monon Community Center and The Waterpark. In addition, CCPR has partnered with Carmel Clay Schools to establish Extended School Enrichment (ESE), a before and after-school care program for K-6 students located at all eleven Carmel elementary schools. The Summer Camp Series is a component of ESE that offers 12 different summer camps accommodating children ages 5-15. For more information, visit carmelclayparks.com.