Parks and Rec Notes, Jan. 22
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Contact: 919-975-1411; selma-nc.com
Youth indoor soccer
The Selma Parks and Recreation Department ail offer a co-ed, non-competitive indoor soccer league for ages 4-12 (as of Aug. 1). Games will be played on weeknights starting in mid-February. The cost is $25 for Selma residents, $30 for others. Register by Jan. 24.
Young champions self-defense
A self-defense course for ages 4-18 will be offered by a certified black belt instructor from Young Champions of America Thursday nights at Harrison Gym in Selma starting Jan. 23 and running until June 12. The registration fee is $10 and a weekly class fee of $7. Register on-site at 5:45 p.m. for new students.
Free indoor winter walking
The Selma Parks Department offers free winter walking indoors at Harrison Gym Mondays through Fridays from 8:30 until 10:30 a.m. The gym is closed on all town holidays and walking ends March 14.
Contact: 919-934-2148; smithfield-nc.com
Come and learn about pickeball a cross between tennis and racquetball at the Smithfield Recreation and Aquatics Center at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 20. Dress for athletic activity if you plan on attending. Call 919-934-1408 to register for this free workshop. Pickeball will be a part of the Johnston County Senior Games next year.
Boys and girls ages of 3-4 can register for Kinder Basketball with the Smithfield Parks Dept. from Feb. 10 until March 7. Registration is $20-40 per player. Kinder programs meet only four times and is an introduction to the sport of basketball. The program begins March 18 with play on Tuesday nights (6:30 until 7:15) and Saturday mornings (10 until 10:45) through March 29.
Fun and fellowship softball
Team registration for Fun and Fellowship Softball will be held Feb. 10 until March 7. Due to budget restraints and field availability, the Smithfield Parks Dept. can only accept the first 24 teams to register. To be registered, a team must turn in the team registration form and pay the fee. Spots cannot be held. The entry fees are $475 per team. A coach’s meeting will be held in March, with play beginning in April. Teams should expect to play two games per week on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and/or Fridays depending on field availability. For more info, call 934-2148, or pick up a packet at the Smithfield Recreation and Aquatics Center.
Spring baseball registration with the Smithfield Parks Department are now open for ages 7-14 (as of May 1, 2014). The fee is $35-70. Practices begin in March and games start in April. Registration closes Feb. 7.
Spring softball registration with the Smithfield Parks Department are now open for ages 7-14 (as of Jan. 1, 2014). The fee is $35-70. Practices begin in March and games start in April. Registration closes Feb. 7.
Registration for T-ball with the Smithfield Parks Department. opens Feb. 10 for ages 5-6 (as of May 1, 2014). The fee is $30-60 and practices begin in April. Registration closes March 7.
Aquatics, fitness programs
The Smithfield Parks and Recreation Department offers a variety of aquatics classes and fitness programs. Visit SRAConline.com or call 934-1408 for more information. Some of the fitness offerings include Cycling, Zumba, Hip Hop Hustle, Piyo, Turbo Kick, Total Body, Tai Chi, Inferno Cycle, P90X and Cycle Fusion. For more information regarding classes, please call 934-1408. All classes last are roughly an hour long.
Spring youth baseball and softball
Registration for youth baseball and softball this spring with the Clayton Parks and Recreation Dept. is open until Jan. 20 for family annual members. Open registration will run from Jan. 21 until Feb. 3 (or age groups or full). Leagues offered are T-ball (coed, ages 5-6 as of July 31, 2014), coach-pitch (boys ages 7-8 as of July 31, 2014), boys Tar Heel Leagues Inc. baseball (ages 9-10, 11-12, 13-14 and 15-17 as of May 1, 2014) and girls fast-pitch softball (ages 7-8, 9-10, 11-12 and 13-14 as of Jan. 1, 2014). The fee is $25 for residents of the town of Clayton or annual family members or $60 for non-residents.
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