The Business of the City: Miscellaneous

Monday, March 7, 2016

Awesome New Recreation Programs!

Many activities for Plainfielders of all ages* have been happening in Plainfield's Division of Parks and Recreation! Here are fliers for some upcoming free and low-cost events. Contact the Recreation Division at (908) 753-3097 for more information. Please note the dates and spread the word. Registering on Community Pass is convenient, easy, and free! It takes just 30 seconds! Register at: https://register.communitypass.net/reg/index.cfm




Mondays through Fridays, the Recreation Division is offering FREE Homework Helper at Hannah Atkins Community Center (508 W. 3rd Street), from 4:00 - 6:00 pm. Homework support is offered by a certified teacher. Learn to play Chess for FREE on Wednesdays and Fridays from 6:00 - 7:00 pm at the Second Street Youth Center (935 S. Second Street). Beginners to advanced players from ages 5-17 are welcome!



For only $25 for 6 weeks, children can register for the LEGO ROBOTICS after school S.T.E.M. class, scheduled to start in April at the Second Street Youth Center (935 S. Second Street). Call for exact start dates. DOUBLE DUTCH, also only $25 for 8 weeks, is scheduled to run on Thursdays and Fridays from 6:30 - 8:30 pm from April 7 - June 9th at Cedarbrook K-8 Center (1049 Central Avenue).

*In addition to providing transportation and tickets for Plainfield Senior Citizens (also known as older active adults) to attend the Black History Month Concert at Shiloh Baptist Church, the Rec Division once again sponsored a trip to the annual gospel event, "The Evening of Gospel Choirs" at Rutgers University. The program, presented by the American Studies Department, "...is the longest continuous running and best-attended Black History Month Program at Rutgers University." The seniors also attended a dramatic performance of "Fences," the stage play by the late August Wilson in Union, New Jersey.
 

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