In addition to adult sports and fitness classes, there are pick-up leagues for softball and summer basketball, pending decisions by the Bedford Health Department, and a pair of dog training sessions now that those ‘pandemic puppies’ have settled in.
There are youth activities galore: Hiking with your tyke, T-ball, as well as preschool and K-5 intramural soccer. Older kids can choose among street hockey, flag football, travel soccer, and tennis lessons. Or classes for art, chess, or Minecraft.
There is even a list of summer jobs for local youth helping with Summer Adventures or working at Springs Brook Park.
Looking ahead, the Recreation Department will publish three more brochures coming:
Summer Activities brochure will go online on March 22, and registration will open on April 5
Summer Adventures will begin on June 28-and run through August 6
Springs Brook Park is scheduled to open on June 22 and remain open until August 7 (unless a later date is decided).