Youth Sports — Register your child for sports in Minneapolis Parks! Check out the links at minneapolisparks.org to find a league that works for your family: RBI Baseball, ages 8-18, May-August; RBI Softball, ages 8-18, May-August; Slow Pitch: 10U Girls and 18U Co-Ed; Fast Pitch, 12U, 14U and 18U; and Track and Field, ages 9-18, May-July.
Activities and Classes — If your child is not into sports browse the hundreds of activities and classes at minneapolisparks.org:
Arts: art, crafts, dance, drama, music and theater. Computers and Technology: film, tech academy, video games. Cooking and Nutrition: cooking, baking and Kid’s Night Out programs. Health and Fitness: acrobatics, boxing, dance, martial arts, indoor playgrounds, yoga and more! Hobbies, Clubs and Games: archery, biking, billiards, board games, books, movies and dozens of summer camps! Language and Culture: African Culture Camp, Spanish language lessons. Mentoring and Development: building values and self-esteem to develop tomorrow’s leaders. Nature and Environment: archery, canoeing, day trips, fishing, gardening, Junior Naturalists, Nature Nuts and many different outdoor summer camps. Preschool: Kindergarten prep programs and camps available at recreation centers across the city. Water Activities: log rolling, sailing and swim camp.
Recreation Fee Assistance — Minneapolis residents who cannot afford instructional fees because of economic need may apply for fee assistance through the MPRB Fee Assistance Program.
Umpires Needed! The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) is always looking to hire baseball or softball umpires! Earn extra cash and stay involved in the game! To apply or learn more contact Anthony DiBella at email@example.com or 612-230-6546.
Questions? Visit minneapolisparks.org; contact Folwell, Webber or Creekview rec centers; or the MPRB info line at 612-230-6400 or firstname.lastname@example.org.