Parks & Rec News

Spring programs and summer camps

Camp registration is now open. You’ll find all the fun details on our website or in the spring/summer brochure including program information and registration deadlines. Get your child enrolled in their favorite summer camp or find something new to try yourself. Register now through the recreation office or online at

Boys and Girls Youth Lacrosse

Registration Deadline for Grades 3 – 8 is March 13 The registration deadline for Grades K -2 is April 5. See our website for complete program details, fees, and requirements.

Little League baseball and softball registration

Deadline is March 15! New this year, all registrations must be submitted online, with a choice of payment by credit card online or mailing in a check. There are levels available for ages 4 years old through 12 years old! Find information on fees, practice schedules, registration and more at:

Early Morning Boot Camp

​As a group you will work with your neighbors, supporting and being supported to obtain your fitness goals. Each workout is a mix of cardio and strength training, using your own body weight as well as some small equipment. All levels of fitness are welcome. This is a fun, motivating way to get fit and a great way to kick start your day. ​​Class Dates: Mondays and Wednesdays, ​​March 11 – April 17; ​ 6 a.m. to 7 a.m.; ​Fee: $120, SCS Gym; ​Instructor Kristin Hartley. Registration Deadline: March 8.

Gentle Yoga

​Join Kay Boyce, certified yoga instructor, for this gentle yoga class, with attention to correct alignment, breath work, and stretches. Build strength, tone muscle and find new flexibility. This class is great for those new to yoga, or who simply want to enhance their personal yoga practice. Bring your own yoga mat and a cotton blanket or large beach towel. Class Dates: Thursdays, March 14 – April 18; Time: 9 – 10 a.m.; Fee: $55; Shelburne Town Activity Room. Registration deadline: March 12.

Ukulele Lessons

Have you been wanting to try something new? Join the fun and learn how to play the ukulele! Instructor Clare Innes will teach beginners how to play, even if you have no musical background. Learn to make chords, strum smoothly, and gain confidence in playing along with others. Bring a ukulele, an electronic clip-on tuner, and an adventurous spirit. For those with left-hand, baritone, or low-G ukuleles, the ability to translate chords yourself is needed. Participants must be 18 years or older. Please inquire if you need to purchase a clip-on tuner. Check our website for all the Sessions being offered!  Session A classes will be held on Tuesdays from 2-3 p.m. The Level 1 class dates are March 19 – April 9. The Level 2 class dates are April 30-May 21. Each four-week session costs $45 per person. Registration must be received seven days prior to the start date!

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