March 29, 2023

County Recreation Offering a Variety of Spring Break Programs

County Recreation Offering a Variety of Spring Break Programs

Montgomery County Recreation is offering a variety of special programs during the Montgomery County Public Schools spring break week of April 3-7. The programs will include fun activities, sports and games for youth and teens at various community recreation centers. Inclusion and Therapeutic Recreation options are available for individuals with disabilities.

Explore the available programs and sign up here.

Another option for boys and girls ages 11-18 is participating in the Spring Break Basketball program at North Potomac Community Recreation Center. The program will be held Tuesday, April 4, and Wednesday, April 5. To learn more and register for this free program, ask for information at any local community recreation center.

Montgomery County Recreation has also partnered with KID Museum to offer “School Day Out” Tuesday, April 4, through Thursday, April 6, for children in grades 2-7. The program is $10 per day. Programs will include Motion Commotion, Space KIDs and Making Magic for grades 2-4 and Printmakers, Mini Movie Making and Energy in Motion for grades 5-7.

Participants in “School Day Out” can get dropped off at East County Community Recreation Center or Plum Gar Community Recreation Center at 8 a.m. and be picked up at the end of the program each day between 4:30-4:45 p.m. A bus will take those registered to the KID Museum for a day filled with activity.

Visit the website to learn more about the programs and sign up. Use the filter “Daily Camps.”