Town recreation programs set to begin early next month
LONDONDERRY — Are the kids bored and looking for something to do this summer?
The Londonderry Summer Recreation program kicks off early next month, and there’s still plenty of time left to get in on the fun.
This year’s summer day program starts July 8 with programs continuing for five weeks, concluding on Aug. 8.
The programs, which are for Londonderry children entering first grade through age 14, are held daily during the summer months, with the majority of the recreation activities held at the gymnasium and playground at Matthew Thornton Elementary School.
Activities are held Monday through Friday, with morning sessions running from 9 a.m. to noon and afternoon sessions from 1 to 3.Fees are $40 per child for the entire program, or $50 for two children. Families of three children or more are subject to a $60 fee. Accommodations may be made for families in financial difficulty, Recreation Director Art Psaledas said.Daily activities include arts and crafts, games and sports, with a special theme for each day, according to Psaledas. Special guest entertainers will also make appearances.
The children are grouped by age and interest, and are supervised in small groups by experienced staff members. Two field trips are also being planned over the summer at an additional cost.
Londonderry Recreation is also hosting several daytime summer sports programs, beginning next month.
Girls’ basketball for girls ages 8 through 13 will be held at Londonderry Middle School on July 8 through July 12.
Boys’ basketball for boys ages 6 through 16 will be held at Londonderry High School during the weeks of July 29 and Aug. 2.
Other programs include baseball, soccer, golf, lacrosse, conditioning, volleyball, field hockey and track & field.
For more information, call the Recreation Department at 437-2765 or visit email@example.com
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