Suffield Parks and Recreation releases its 2019 winter programming with registration which is beginning now at www.suffieldrec.com.
The lineup includes a focus on family fitness and wellness with activities like Cheerleading Fun and Adult CrossFit joining perennial favorite, Men’s Recreational Basketball.
“We are particularly excited to kick off recurring Family Friday Nights with a Frozen Sing-a-Long on Friday, January 11,” noted Parks and Recreation Director Peter Leclerc. “These events promise fun for the whole family.” The sing-a-long is open to the public and free of charge, with donations accepted to benefit Suffield Community Aid.
In addition to fitness, enrichment, cooking, arts and crafts, Suffield Parks and Recreation continues to meet the needs of all Suffield residents by offering inclusive special needs programming like the Bowling Buddies and Outing Group.
The group fosters friendships, socialization, community involvement and independence.
“I am very proud of the staff and the work they do to fill this important need in our community,” stated First Selectman Melissa M. Mack. The department welcomes volunteer help.
Suffield Parks and Recreation provides affordable and accessible recreational, educational, athletic, and social programs for the community year round. Services are provided for adults, youth, and special needs individuals.
More information about the Suffield Parks and Recreation Department, including a listing of programs and facilities, can be found at www.suffieldrec.com.
For additional questions or information on Suffield Parks and Recreation programs, feel free to contact Parks and Recreation Director Peter Leclerc at 860-668-3862