Parks & Rec News

22nd Annual Back to the Beach Night

Tuesday, June 18, from 6-8 p.m.  

Join us at Shelburne Beach for a fun picnic to kick off the start of beach season. A bounce house will provide entertainment for the kids, and be sure to bring your swimsuit. Please bring a dish to share for the picnic. Hot dogs, hamburgers, chips and drinks will be provided. In order to cut down on waste, we encourage you to bring your own plates and silverware. This event is free and open to all Shelburne residents.There will be no charge to enter the beach for this special event. A special thanks to ours sponsors, Associates in Orthodontics, Drs. Librizzi, Blasius and Librizzi. 

Shelburne Beach passes available at Shelburne Beach

Starting June 17

The 2019 Season Pass cost is $25 for the first car, $5 per additional car in a household. Seniors ages 60+ are $5 per car for a season pass. Beach passes can also be purchased at the Recreation Office during business hours. See our website for more information about Shelburne Beach. Must be a Shelburne resident to purchase a season pass.

Great Escape tickets

Starting to think about an end-of-school-year outing with your family? How about a fun day at the Great Escape. Stop by the recreation department to purchase discounted tickets and save $23.99 off the gate price. Cash or checks only please. Call the office with questions at 985-9551.

Junior Lacrosse Camp

Grab your stick and get ready for a fun week of lacrosse. Participants will practice their basic stick skills and learn about game strategy. Fun games will be utilized to reinforce skills that have been taught. Beginners are welcome. Water bottles and mini-sticks are required. We have a limited amount of loaner sticks available if needed. ​Camp will be held from June 24 – 28 from 9:30 a.m.-12 p.m. for kids entering 1st-4th grade in fall 2019. Camp fee is $120 with camp ​director, Andrew Everett. The registration deadline is June 10 or when camp is full.

Drone Racing Camp – Real-world STEM application ​

Learn how to fly a racing drone using First Person View goggles. Campers will learn about drones, their uses, the components, and will learn how to fly and race drones as if they are sitting in the drone. Students will leave class with a drone, extra batteries, a multiport charger, and FPV goggles that may be used with other FPV drones. Students will learn about drone safety and the social responsibility of flying drones. Students will race drones through an obstacle course and be involved in search and rescue missions. Please bring a lunch, snack and drink each day. Camp ​Dates are July 1 – 3; Mon. and Tues. from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Wed., 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. This camp is open to kids entering grades 4th-7th grade in fall of 2019 and held in the town center activity room with instructor Bob Gurwicz. Camp fee is $256. Registration deadline is June 10 or when camp is full.  

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