OTHER LOCAL PROGRAMS
The following local organizations and programs are sponsored by the South Brunswick Parks & Recreation Deaprtment.
All registration is done through the individual company.
Programs for grades 1 - 9
Location: South Brunswick Recreation Center
Registration is through Ball-U-Man; not with the Recreation Department.
When you go to community pass, Enter "Ball-u-man, NJ"
Sports clinics and classes at WOODLOT PARK Register NOW!
Click the below link for their website.
Bricks 4 Kidz provides curriculum that introduces children to engineering, architecture and scientific principles. This is a hands-on class where students build machines, buildings, vehicles and other motororized models out of LEGO Bricks using one of a kind model plans designed by Bricks 5 Kidz.
Registration is not taken on Community Pass or in the Recreation Dept
Jr. Chef USA
Jr. Chef helps young chefs build a foundation for many essential life skills. Cooking helps kids build self-esteem. learn basic math skills, helps them
to be more independent and fosters more family time.
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Contact Phone Number 732-789-8244
Canine Classes by
20 Paws Canine Consultants
20 Paws Dog Training (www.20Paws.com) is now conducting classes at the South Brunswick Community Center (INSIDE), located at 124 New Road, Monmouth Junction (Woodlot Park). Classes are open to both residents and non-residents of South Brunswick.
There are several class offerings on Sunday mornings on a rolling schedule.
TO REGISTER:To register for classes or find out information about up-coming classes, please go to our website www.20Paws.com. Click on the "classes" tab at the top of the page to learn about classes and click on the "register for classes" tab to register.
Space is limited so register today.
About the Instructors:
Tricia Baker -- Teaching for 9 years, Tricia is a Certified Professional Dog Trainer (CPDT-KA), an American Kennel Club (AKC) Canine Good Citizen (CGC) Evaluator and certified Therapy Dog instructor and evaluator. Tricia is the Program Director of the AIR Dogs: Paws For Minds Program through Attitudes In Reverse (AIR).
Katelyn Baker-- A member of the Association of Professional Dog Trainers (APDT), Katelyn has been training for over 5 years. Katelyn is Program Assistant of the AIR Dogs: Paws for Minds Program through Attitudes In Reverse.
LIKE TO HIKE? JOIN US!
Hiphikers is a group of like-minded people in the South Brunswick/Princeton area who enjoy hiking together on (most) Saturdays year-round. We are “outdoor adventurers” uniting in a common activity. It is not a formal organization or club and there are no dues. Hikes range from easy walks in the local area, to strenuous mountain climbs (in central and northern NJ). The group is mostly aged 40+ and we don't allow dogs or children.
Upcoming hikes include: