The Euclid Recreation Department has been quite busy in making improvements throughout their facilities.
The Recreation Department will be wrapping up its summer with a change in pool schedules in August. Indian Hills Spray Park, Roosevelt and Willow Pools’ last day is Friday, August 3. Memorial Pool is open until Friday, August 31, please note August schedule.
2018 AQUATIC PROGRAM PRICING
The Euclid Recreation Department is very proud to announce that the Memorial Park Tennis Court Reconstruction Project is underway! GPD Group developed the project plans, and Nerone and Sons Inc. broke ground in the beginning of February. The United States Tennis Association provided technical assistance, and a $20,000 grant opportunity that was awarded to the Euclid Recreation Department on February 23, 2018. A special thanks goes out to City Council for their input and approval, as well as Service Director Dan Knecht for all his assistance in taking the project from conception to reality. The complex is schedule to be finished by June 2018, and will include five tennis courts and two pickleball courts! Be on the lookout for the 2018 recreation program guide, as we are excited to offer an expanded tennis section for the summer.
Fall is a magical. The leaves are turning, the air is crisp, and we’re all getting ready for the end of the year, busy and diligent after the heat of the summer. It can be hard running around, taking the kids to practices right after school, and squeezing in dinner somewhere between. It’s important to make time to relax and enjoy your family’s company, and Halloween celebrations are the perfect excuse. Among many different activities to part take in, Trick-or-Treating is a popular choice.
Fall Basketball Clinic for 8 – 12 years Lil Hoopers for 3-5 years
Zombies and Runners needed for the first ever Euclid Zombie Dash!!
We don’t always think of our park spaces as valuable resources. Many days we don’t think about them at all, being so caught up in the small details of everyday life, but they hold many unsuspectingly valuable features that are often completely overlooked. Did you know that your home could be worth more just because it is located close to a park? Did you know that certain plants and trees reduce storm water run-off and can process polluted water before it ever reaches the sewer plant? Did you know that walking in a park can improve your mood and lower your blood pressure? Not only do parks provide us with a leisurely gathering place, but they also contribute to the health and vitality of our communities.
City with the most nominations wins a grant for a local park through
Euclid Recreation provides a variety of programs that are commonly offered through other recreation departments across the country. After all, what would a recreation department be if it didn’t offer baseball, basketball, or football? These types of programs tend to be very popular, and are important in keeping people involved with their communities. Playing sports can be costly and time consuming for some families, and recreation programs help to supplement athletic opportunities with less expensive and less intensive alternatives.
We all know it. February is cold and dreary, and it can be hard to convince yourself to leave the house. Between dressing appropriately, catching the bus on time, or digging out the car, it can be quite a production just to get to the grocery store. Sometimes we forget how important it is to chase the winter blues away and enjoy the world during the cold months. Snuggling up at home is tempting, but staying active is important for both the body and brain! Luckily here in Euclid, there are many opportunities to keep your mind off gray skies and frigid temperatures.
“I’m bored”..….from the mouth of children everywhere since the last day of school came upon us last month. Parents are itching to get them out of the house and away from the latest electronics and off their phones for a little bit. We here at the Euclid Recreation Department are here to help with finding the perfect dose of medicine to cure kids of boredom and laziness this summer. Along with the traditional programs like basketball, football and swim team; we also have included some nontraditional choices such as soccer, tennis, track and just this year gained a group fitness class allowing the focus on stretching and some core activities. These programs are for all ages starting from 3 years old and up, to learn more of the specifics please contact the city hall or visit us online at www.cityofeuclid.com or stop by to pick up a program guide and register today.