Registration for Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation (CCPR) summer programs started April 1. Throughout the summer season, which runs May through August, the organization is offering 882 programs, including 50 new programs.
The summer Program Guide received an organizational update. This change was based on community feedback and will make programs of interest for all ages easier to find. Within the guide, programs are now organized by the following topics: nature, adaptive, science & technology, creative arts, enrichment, sports, aquatics, senior and wellness. Each topic of programs is then organized by age group.
CCPR’s nature programming is designed to connect the community with the organization’s expansive natural resources. This summer CCPR is offering 19 nature programs, including five new programs, including Pollinator Palooza, Zoology and Biology Adventures, and Stars and Space.
Summer is a great time of year to get in the water. CCPR has swim lessons and aquatic programming including these debut programs: Summer Swimtacular Stroke Clinics, Summer Swimtacular Swim Meet and United Water Polo.
The community can explore these new programs in the categories of science & technology, creative arts and sports: Brawler Bots, Apprentice Robotics Challenge, Country Line Dance, Musical Adventures, Live on TV!, Let’s Go Lacrosse and Ninja Runners.
Physical copies are available at the Monon Community Center and the electronic version can be found online at carmelclayparks.com/programs.
Register for programs online at carmelclayparks.com or in person at the Monon Community Center.