Thursday, June 17, 2021

Kids Learn to Cook with the Chefsville Pre-K Cooking Class

Nothing like the smell of your favorite food cooking in the kitchen to bring back memories.

The Community Services Department aims to create lifelong memories for your family, and the Chefsville Pre-K Cooking Class is no exception! This innovative new program introduces kids to the world of cooking by teaching them fundamental life skills like kitchen safety and how to complete a recipe. Participants use simple math, explore world culture, and put their fine motor skills to use while creating a tasty treat to enjoy with friends.

Teaching young children to cook is crucial to creating healthy life-long habits. Children who participate in the kitchen contribute to the family chores and are also more likely to develop healthy eating patterns throughout their life. Introducing kids to cooking is a delicious way to bond with the family, pass down traditions, and explore creativity.

The Community Services Department always seeks to provide quality programming for community members of all ages. If your child enjoyed this program, don’t miss out other opportunities to instill a love of cooking in your little one. More Chefsville Pre-K Cooking Classes will be available on May 4 and May 18. We won’t let the young kids have all the fun, however! Check out the Teen IncrEDIBLES Cooking Class for ages 12-16 on May 1 and May 15. Learning to cook can be a family affair! Click here to register.

Make sure to keep an eye out on our website and social media pages to stay on top of all our upcoming events. We’re constantly cooking up new ways to bring a smile to your face. Bon Appetit!

Santa Needs Some Holiday Help!

Christmas time will be here before we know it, and Santa is looking for some extra help to make presents!

Santa’s Little Helpers will spend some time making special gifts for those extra special people in their lives, listen to holiday music, play some Christmas games and make new friends. Sign up today and join the fun! This class is open to ages 3-5.

Santa’s Little Helpers

When: Saturday, December 14, 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Where: Champions Club, Hall of Fame 1-3
Member Fee: $14
Non-Member Fee: $18

Register here.

Preview Winter/Spring 2020 Programming in the Experience Southlake Magazine

The Experience Southlake Magazine is your family’s seasonal guide to all the fun things happening in Southlake Community Services including programs, classes, events, and more!

Inside this issue, you’ll find information about our Winter/Spring 2020 Parks and Recreation programming, including:

  • Youth and family programs
  • Nature programs at the Bob Jones Nature Center and Preserve
  • Cross Timbers Forest Preschool
  • Youth and adult athletics
  • Special events
  • Champions Club memberships
  • Fitness classes and personal training
  • Aquatics and swim lessons
  • Rentals and party packages
  • And more! 

Explore the Experience Southlake Magazine here.

Registration is now open! Get started here.

Program registration is carried out through ACTIVE Net. For step-by-step instructions for creating your ACTIVE Net account, visit this page.

Southlake Parks and Recreation Introducing New Registration Software, CSI

Although it’s still awhile away, Southlake Parks and Recreation has already started to prepare to move into The Marq Southlake Champions Club with a switch in registration software to CSI. The new software will replace the current registration software, Active Network, and is expected to go live in a few months.

When participants go to register for programs they will notice the website looks a little different. Now, instead of having to search for an activity, you will be able to select a category to begin the search process.

One important transition note to keep in mind: All users will have to create a new account. Account information will NOT carry over from Active Network.

What does this mean for me?
Before actually registering for a program, you will be prompted to create a new account. Because CSI will also be used once Champions Club is fully operational, it will look like you are registering for a membership. Don’t worry, when you are asked to select your membership type, simply select the “Patron” membership and Parks and Recreation as the site. This will allow you to register as you normally would.

For more information about CSI and step-by-step instructions to help you navigate CSI visit www.SouthlakeParksandRec.com or call us at (817) 748-8019.

Adult Athletic Leagues Available

Calling all adults! If you’ve been itching to play some football, or take a swing at a softball, now is your chance.

Southlake Parks and Recreation is offering sports programming this fall and you’re invited to join in the fun!

Adult Co-ed Softball is a great way to play the game with your friends, family, and co-workers. Register a team and be a part of the recreational league. Men’s Over 35 Softball is another option to get you out on the diamond together with your hand picked team, it’s sure to be a home-run.

Flag Football is also available in the co-ed and men’s only varieties. Register your team with up to 20 players, a six game season, leading up to the playoffs, get ready to score some touchdowns!

For more information go to
SouthlakeParksandRec.com
or call (817) 748-8019

 

Sign-Up for Adult Programs Today

The kids aren’t the only ones who get to have fun. Southlake offers programs for adults (18+) so everybody can get in on the action!

Try the Women’s Self-Defense class. Designed to empower women to fight back by teaching techniques on how to survive an attack from an assailant, several defenses, what to do if tackled, and much more.

Get your groove on with the Bollywood Dance program, where you can learn the dance moves of your favorite movie stars and have a little fun while getting some amazing exercise.

Speaking of exercise don’t forget to sign-up for The Southlake LiveFit Pass which will give you unlimited access to all City of Southlake group fitness classes on an unlimited basis for an entire month.

These programs and more can be found here in The Southlake Scene.

For more information on these programs go to SouthlakeParksandRec.com
or call (817) 748-8019

 

 

Youth Program Registration is Now Open!

Sign-up your child now for Southlake Parks and Recreation Youth programs! With a wide assortment of programs to choose from, there’s something that everyone will love.

Jump into cooking with your little one in Lil’ Chefs, a cooking program where kids ages 3 – 8 can learn to measure, mix, whip and decorate their way to an array of yummy treats!
Or Chess! The program teaches kids to learn the basics of competitive Chess, including notation, tournament procedures and etiquette as well. Give their brains a workout!

If your’re looking for a more active program try Jiu-Jitsu! For ages 5 – 17, the Jiu-Jitsu program has been running in Soutlake since 2002 and has since become a crowd favorite, teaching kids age appropriate marshal arts.

Show off your moves with Bollywood Dance! A program designed to teach kids ages 5 – 13 poise, grace, and the moves of their favorite Bollywood stars!

Or put their survival skills to the test with The Ultimate Survival Test, where kids are put through a series of games designed to make sure that they are ready for the apocalypse!

All these programs and more can be found here in The Southlake Scene.

For more information and registration go to SouthlakeParksandRec.com
or call (817) 748-8019

Preschool Programs Keep the Fun Going!

Keep the fun of Summer rolling into fall for you and your preschooler! (ages 3 – 5). Southlake Parks and Recreation offers fun activities to keep your little one active!

It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s our next superhero-in-training! That’s right! You and your preschooler are invited to join us for Southlakes own SuperHero Training Academy on September 30. Help your little one as you make your own superhero costumes, practice your hero skills, and help protect Southlake from evildoers!

Registration and information on these events can be found online at
SouthlakeParksandRec.com

For more information,
call (817) 748-8019

Youth Athletic Leagues Available for Registration!

Just because school starts doesn’t mean your child has to stop being active! Registration for Southlake’s Youth Athletic Leagues for this fall and winter is now open.

Sign your children up for one of Southlake Recreation’s Youth Athletic Leagues and keep them active and happy while playing their favorite sports!  Such as the Under the Lights Flag Football available to kids in grades 1st through 6th. Their season runs from early September to late October and will provide kids with a fun team building experience that will stick with them for the rest of their football careers.
Registration ends August 20th.

Fall Girls Volleyball, which is open to girls ages 6 – 12 is also offered. The volleyball program features practices, an 8 game season, and playoffs, giving your volleyball star the full experience! Jerseys are provided for each player and a set rotation guide is in place to make sure every player receives equal playing time!
Registration ends August 26th.

Don’t forget about Winter Basketball! This program, for kids 6 – 12, will keep your children energized and excited as they play their way through an eight game season with playoffs! An excellent team builder, Winter Basketball ensures that every player gets their chance to play on the court while encouraging friendly competition!
Registration end October 21st.

For more information call (817) 748-8019
or go to SouthlakeParksandRec.com