Registration is now open for Cedar Rapids Parks and Recreation summer programs

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Faith Dargy, 10, of Cedar Rapids watches an aquatic creature that Chuck Ungs of the Linn County Conservation Board caught from his net during the Cedar Rapids Parks and Recreation’s Creek and You summer day program in Bever Park in July 2013. L registration is now open for Cedar Rapids Parks & Recreation Summer Programs 2021. (Jim Slosiarek / The Gazette)

CEDAR RAPIDS – Registration is now open for Cedar Rapids Parks & Recreation summer programs and camps. The complete guide to the department’s summer program is now available online at www.CRREC.org and will be mailed to residents starting May 13 in the city’s Our CR magazine. The game! guide offers programs that run from June to August, pool schedules, golf information and lessons, summer camps, park information, and more.

Summer programs include activities for all ages at Old MacDonald’s Farm and Ushers Ferry Historic Village; sports; swimming lessons and lifeguard certification courses; and reservations for lanes, water exercises, pickle ball and basketball courts.

New programs include Historical Skills and Camps at Ushers Ferry: Bread and Butter, Can and Can, Pickling and Fermentation; the willow wonderland camp; Adventures with Tom, Huck and Becky; Wild beauty; and the Fannie Farmer Cooking School, as well as family evenings at Ushers Ferry. New activities are ISU Extension Mini Camps, Line Dancing, 3v3 Youth Basketball League, and an outdoor sack tournament.

Pool passes are not available this year. However, customers are encouraged to purchase a pass. The new pass costs $ 78 and features 20 punches, the equivalent of five free races. The pass can be used by an individual or a group, or transferred to another person for any age appropriate for free, family or adult swimming. Purchase a pass online (CRREC.org) or to the Bender Pool, Cherry Hill Aquatic Center or Noelridge Aquatic Center when they open. Schedules and more information are available on the Cedar Rapids Parks & Recreation website, www.CRREC.org.


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