Now that kids are back in school, you might be wondering what after school and weekend activities are available for your family this fall. Eastmark is surrounded by a number of East Valley communities with robust parks and rec programs for the entire family.
Whether you and your children are interested in arts and crafts, archery, sports, or music, you are bound to find a class, league, or workshop that’s just right for any age and ability.
We’ve rounded up links to area parks and recreation websites to make browsing for fall programs a breeze (remember to save them to your favorites list), along with some cool attractions, programs, and events that you might find noteworthy.
City of Mesa
Take note: The City of Mesa was recognized as a 2014 Playful City USA for its commitment to parks and recreation facilities and programming. Make time to play this fall on the climbing wall at the Red Mountain Center.
About City of Mesa Parks & Recreation
Red Mountain Center Fall 2014 Guide
Online Youth Sports Brochure (PDF)
Town of Gilbert
Take note: If you’re not planning to get out of town for fall break and need alternate child care arrangements, Gilbert’s parks and recreation team is offering a number of camps the week of Oct. 6-10.
About Town of Gilbert Parks & Recreation
Fall 2014 Recreation Guide (PDF)
Town of Queen Creek
Take note: If you are a Zumba devotee, the Town of Queen Creek offers a number of morning and evening classes September through November.
About Town of Queen Creek Parks & Recreation
Fall 2014 Online Guide
City of Chandler
Take note: Mark your calendars for Chandler’s “Woofstock” event on Saturday, Nov. 15 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Tumbleweed Park. It’s a day of fun for the entire family, including the dog.
About City of Chandler Parks & Recreation
Fall 2014 Break Time (PDF)
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