Parks and Recreation Department to offer a variety of youth and adult programs
GREENVILLE, SC – The City of Greenville Parks and Recreation Department announced this week its new spring recreation programming, which features 48 leisure activities and sports for both youth and adult residents and visitors to enjoy.
The programs will focus on wellness, education and recreation and will be offered at five of its community centers and several athletic fields and parks.“Spring is in the air, and we hope that folks are ready to get out and get active. We have a great lineup of programs that offer families a variety of activities from Let’s Move Kids Fitness to Adult Softball to Downtown Line Dancing,” said Pam Davis, Recreation Programs Manager. “The quality of instructors that we have is remarkable, and we are excited to offer all of the programs at convenient locations, such as Cleveland Park and City community centers.”
Complementing the wide array of existing programs, the spring recreation schedule will feature new programs, including Community Youth Baseball, Downtown Line Dancing, Lindy Hop, Teen Club for Boys & Girls and Bicycle Traffic Skills 101. To view a complete lineup of the spring programs or register online, please visit the City’s website at http://www.greenvillesc.gov/ParksRec/CommunityCenter/.