The Plainsboro Recreation Department has a great lineup of programs for all age groups this Fall! Check them out below:
Building a Fairy Village:
September 23, 2:30-3:30 pm.
Open to ages 6-10. Join us this fall for the opportunity to get your kids to explore the great outdoors, interact with nature, and socialize, by coming to the Preserve Fairy Village program! It includes a scavenger hunt with fairies which leads to the fairy village area. After a demonstration, the kids will design and construct fairy houses out of all-natural materials that will become part of the fairy garden at the Preserve. Register here.
Full Moon Walk – September’s Harvest Moon
September 29th 6:30-7:30 pm.
Open to ages 5 and up. Join us as we head out to Maggie’s Point to view the Full Moon in all its glory. Enjoy a peaceful evening at the Preserve as we bask in the moon’s glow while surrounded by the calming stillness of McCormack Lake. Register here.
Junior Historians Club
Saturdays, September 23-December 9, 2:00-4:00 P.M.
You can still register for the JHC which meets every Saturday at the Wicoff House Museum! Open to kids ages 6-8. Members receive a JHC t-shirt and notebook. Learn about historic preservation, archaeology, architecture and more through fun and immersive activities. Register here.
North-South High School Swim Team Warm-Ups
Mon/Wed/Thurs, September 27-November 16 3:30-5:00 pm.
Open to high school students looking to train before the swim season starts. We will work on stroke mechanics for all 4 competitive strokes, turns, starts, and getting in shape for the high school swim season. Some swimming experience is necessary. Prerequisite: Must be able to swim 50 meters freestyle without stopping, using rotary breathing. Register here.
Saturdays, September 23-November 18, 10:00-11:00 am.
Open to ages 5-14. Learn to play the most popular game ever invented: the game of strategy and problem-solving. Register here.
Rhythm Works Integrative Dance (Ages 2-7/Ages 8-12)
Saturdays, September 23-November 25, 9:00-9:45 am.
In partnership with Princeton Recreation, we are excited to offer this dance program which is designed for kids with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down syndrome, Sensory Processing Disorder, other individual learning differences and physical challenges. Rhythm Works will help your child with their coordination, cognitive skills, concentration, behavior, fitness and direction, but most of all, it’s FUN!