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Naperville Park District spring programs featured online only beginning March 9

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Above / The 2022 Spring Program Guide, featuring spring and summer break camps, garden plot rentals as well as baseball and softball registration offered by the Naperville Park District, will launch online only beginning March 9. Spring programs featured in the Wiinter Program Guide already are available online. (NPD Photo)

The Naperville Park District’s 2022 Spring Program Guide will be available March 9 in digital form only at www.napervilleparks.org/programguides.

Spring break camps take place the week of March 28-April 1 and are listed both in the Winter Program Guide and the Spring Program Guide. Registration is in progress. Camps are offered for a variety of interests, including arts, athletics, science and technology, Lego® and chess.

T-Ball, Coach-Pitch, Machine-Pitch and Girls’ Softball registration begins at 12 noon on Tues., March 8, for residents and at 12 noon on Thurs., March 10, for nonresidents.

Resident online registration for spring programs and summer break camps begins at 8:30AM on Mon., March 14 and nonresident registration begins at 8:30AM on Thurs., March 17.

New 2022 spring programs / Summer break camps

New spring programs include Adult Two Person Energy Work Tai Chi, Parent/Child Mother’s Day Memories Gift Boutique, RoboThink: Engineer Tanks, and the ABC’s of Downsizing. Summer break camps feature full-day camps, half-day camps and special interest camps for all ages, ranging from preschool to high school.

Register online at www.napervilleparks.org  for camps, baseball and softball programs and all spring programs.

Open Registration for 2022 Garden Plots / Grow with community

PN File Photo 2021

Open registration for 2022 garden plots at the Ron Ory Community Garden Plots begins at 12-noon on March 22 for residents and at 12-noon on March 24 for nonresidents. Register online at www.napervilleparks.org/gardenplots or call (630) 848-5000.

The Spring Program Guide also includes information about Springbrook and Naperbrook Golf Course, Knoch Knolls Nature Center, Fort Hill Activity Center, Centennial Beach and other Park District facilities.

FYI: After issuing digital-only guides when everything was in flux in 2020, the Naperville Park District tracked online views of the guide and concluded that people were adjusting to an online version.

According to the Naperville Park District, “in 2021, all four quarterly guides were digital only, and we plan to continue that going forward.”

In other words by PN, no printed program guides will be mailed/delivered/available for 2022. All programs and registration will be available online at www.napervilleparks.org/programguides.

Submitted by Sue Omanson, Community Development Manager, Naperville Park District. 

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