Whether you’re looking for summer athletics, cool new classes or exciting camps for kids, the Southlake Scene is your family’s guide to summer fun.
Grab your calendar and get ready for summer—the 2018 Southlake Scene summer issue is live! In addition to our popular returning camps, programs and events, this issue has some exciting new additions that you won’t want to miss out on. Here are just a few highlights of the cool activities we’re offering to keep you and your family entertained all summer long:
Plus so much more! Be sure to check out the summer issue of the Southlake Scene for more ways to make the most of your summer.
You can register for classes online or in-person at the Community Services Office at 1400 Main Street, Suite 210. For more information, please call 817-748-8019.
The City of Southlake Parks and Recreation Department is offering a lot of options for parents of preschool age children. These programs and activities are for children as young as 18 months and up to 5 years old. You can learn more about these programs in the Spring 2016 issue of the Southlake Scene.
Opportunities range from ongoing programs such as Lil’ Chefs and Jo-Ann’s Little Dancers to single events like Superhero Snacktime and Princess Tea Party. These programs are more than just fun & games, they are also beneficial in general child development. Through these programs, preschoolers are learning new skills and being exposed to new activities while also learning to socialize with other children. It’s an all-around win for the whole family.
As summer starts to wrap up, the fun doesn’t have to end! The Southlake Community Services Department has been in full-swing planning for an eventful fall. Mark your calendars, the Fall 2013 Southlake Scene will be available online starting Thursday, August 1st and registration will be open for all fall programs.
You will find information about Southlake Home for the Holidays, Fall Family Campout, Breakfast with Santa, athletic programs and much more! You will also see a variety of new programs, such as, “Tour De Metroplex” and Parent’s Day Out. “Tour De Metroplex” will give your 4th-6th grader a chance to visit some of DFW’s most popular locations in a fun and safe environment. Make sure to check out the Southlake Scene on August 1st to see all the programs and events that will keep the family having fun this fall.
The Southlake Scene is a community activity guide published by the Southlake Community Services Department. You can find the Southlake Scene online at www.SouthlakeParksandRec.com to view or print from home!
For more information about the Southlake Scene and programs being offered, please call the Community Services Department at (817) 748-8019. Southlake Parks and Recreation is now on Twitter! Follow @SLParksandRec to receive important Parks and Recreation information.
In this new issue, you can explore upcoming special events, summer camps, athletic leagues, wellness programs, outdoor activities, educational classes and much more! Be sure to also check out the Library, Senior Activity Center, Bob Jones Nature Center and Preserve and Tennis Center programs as well. Where can you locate the Southlake Scene? View the newest edition with a click of a button! You can print the Southlake Scene if you prefer a in-hand copy or view the virtual magazine online.
Register online or at the Community Services Office at 1400 Main St, Suite 210, Southlake, TX 76092. For more information about upcoming programs and events, please call (817) 748-8019.