New Activity Guide

Formed in 2003, the Sugar Grove Park District maintains more than 20 parks and facilities and offers a diverse range of year-round activities for all ages.

“The range of programs we offer really depends on the feedback we receive from the community,” said Kathi Malloy, program manager. “We continuously strive to offer the types of programs that meet the needs of our community.”

In the Park District’s latest Activity Guide issued for Winter 2017/18, new opportunities include a Family and Friends CPR course teaching lifesaving skills just in time for the holidays.

Other new classes include Sewing Fun—teaching the fundamentals of sewing to ages 8-16, and Kinder Tots Gymnastics—training ages 5-6 on the basics of the balance beam, parallel bars, trampoline and even the vault.

The gymnastics program continues to grow in popularity and it’s never too late to participate. Male and female gymnasts can enroll as young as age 18-months old, with beginning, intermediate and advanced level programming available into their late teens.

New athletic programs are also in the works. “We’ve recently developed new opportunities for our younger athletes, including a Mini Hoopsters Basketball League for kindergarteners, and a Little Dribblers Winter Basketball League for grades 1-2,” said Tyler Lively, athletic manager.

“We’re constantly seeking new ways to serve our community,” said Greg Repede, executive director. “Our overall goal is to provide opportunities for our residents to experience the benefits of parks and recreation.”

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