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4/26 Spring Scavenger Hunt
4/26 Summer Active Guide
5/2   Oak Hall Regional Park Grand Opening & "Day of Play"
5/16  Municipal Band Concert
5/16 Pool Pass Photo Day!
5/16 Centre Tennis Play Day
5/31 Youth Track Meet

 
 
 
 
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In the event of inclement weather that may result in cancelled classes or programs, participants are asked to call CRPR before 5 PM, Mon-Fri at 231-3071. After 5 PM and on weekends, please check the 

The Message Board is updated daily regarding inclement weather concerns, field closures and class cancellations. It's the best way to stay up to date!​


 
 
 
 
AnchorCRPR is currently looking to fill the following seasonal positions:

*  Tournament Staff
*  Park Caretakers
*  Day Camp Staff
*  Lifeguards
*  Nature Center Staff &      Interns
















































 
 
 
 
Dear --FNAME--,

They say "April Showers bring May Flowers", but CRPR has something else to be excited about this May! On Saturday, May 2, we are celebrating the opening of the new Oak Hall Regional Park with a "Day of Play" and we can't wait! With a schedule of events (below) for the whole family, you are certain to have a great time! We hope to see you there!

Don't forget to look for the Summer Active Guide in the Sunday, April 26 edition of the Centre Daily Times!
The CRPR Staff
 
 
 
 
 
SUMMER CAMPAnchor - Register now!

KIDVenture Summer Day Camp! Are you looking for a summer that your child will never forget? KidVenture is the perfect choice! Campers participate in childhood favorites including dodge ball, capture the flag, and kickball as well as some new ones. But that’s not all – they will participate in arts and crafts, board game tournaments, all-camp themed parties, and of course swimming!  Weekly field trips include Bowling, DelGrosso’s, the Hiawatha Riverboat Cruise, and so much more! 

Wee KIDVenture is where younger campers, ages 3-5, explore, create and have memorable adventures!  Wee KidVenture meets at Corl St. Elementary School and runs from 9 AM-noon and includes special events, messy art time, water activities, crafts, snacks, and more!  

For a full schedule,including weekly themes
or to register, click here!
 
 
 
 
 
Time is running out!Anchor
Purchase your Season Pool Pass
before 4/30 and save! 

 Summer is quickly approaching and the pools will be open before you know it. So why wait? Purchase your Welch or Park Forest Community Swimming Pool Season Pass before 4/30 and save $10 on each pass (residents only)! Can't get to the CRPR Office? Pay online and stop by the pools on Saturday, May 16 for our Pool Pass Photo Day.

Pools open on Memorial Day Weekend!
For a complete summer schedule and information on how
and where to get your season pass, click here!
 
 
 
 
 
Organic Gardening WorkshopAnchor
Wednesday, April 22

​Celebrate Earth Day by learning organic gardening during our workshop with Dr. Gene Bazan of Neo-Terra. Learn about organic vegetable and fruit production with principles and tips that are useful to beginning and intermediate organic gardeners. It’s perfect for conventional gardeners who are thinking about converting to organic and want to learn how. The evening workshop will include a virtual tour, and in the late spring, Gene and his wife Tania will host a real tour for attendees at their home in Lemont, where they grow 95% of their vegetables year-round and 60% of their fruit (the home garden visit dates will be announced at the workshop).​
More details and registration options, click here!
 
 
 
 
 
 CRPR is serving up 
Tennis Lessons!Anchor

From young to not-so-young, we have the tennis lesson that is right for you. Our variety of lessons include both youth and adult classes for all skill levels! Don't miss out on your chance to play this life-long sport! For a full list of Youth Tennis and Adult Tennis programs, visit www.crpr.org
 
 
 
 
 
 Splatter Art ClassAnchor
& Canvas Paint Party!

Join the Centre Region Senior Center for one of these new, exciting art classes. Whether you want to create your own Jackson Pollock-inspired splatter art or create a wonderful canvas piece for your home, these classes perfectly suit your artistic side! More details including dates, times and other Senior Center programs, click here!
 
 
 
 
 

The CRPRA, part of the Centre Region COG, serves residents in State College Borough, and the Townships of Patton, Harris, College and Ferguson.

 
 
 
 
Centre Region Parks & Recreation
         2643 Gateway Drive #1
         State College, PA 16801
                (814) 231-3071
 
 
        
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