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Recreation Programs

The Recreation and Parks Department is more than just sports. It offers an array of programs and activities for all ages. Check out some of the current programs currently available: (click on the image to enlarge)

Spring Lake Community Workshops: brought to you by Community Outreach Resource Network (C.O.R.N.), Ms. Yolanda Burse, Director. These workshops are for parents and young people in our community. They will be held in the Spring Lake Community Center. They will run from June 19th – August 9th. An array of topics will be covered and there is something for everyone! Check them out.
All About Fitness –  Spring Lake Family:
this program has temporarily been suspended as it is being re-evaluated to see how it can better be tailored to fit the needs of employees and residents. When the new program is reinstated, details will be released.
Youth Basketball Development Clinic with Coach Z:  every Tuesday night at the Community Center. Gain and
practice the skills essential for all great basketball legends. 6-8pm. The cost is $5/session. Pay for 3 sessions in advance
and the 4th is free!
All About Fitness : A Free and fun way to get in shape physcially and spirtually.
Karate:Brought to you by N2iT Youth Organization. Building youth on the outside & the inside.
17 week session. $8 registration. $7/week. Classes for ages 4-10. See flyer for more information.
Zumba Classes: Zumba classes are held on Mondays at 7:00 pm.
Fee is $3 per person or $5 for 2.
For more information, contact instructor LeAsia Leach at (910) 309-8856































The Town of Spring Lake • PO Box 617 • 300 Ruth Street • Spring Lake, NC 28390 Town Hall: (910) 436 – 0241 • Water Department: (910) 703 – 8912

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