The MSCR Fall 2017 Program Guide was distributed in early August. The 60-page book offers a variety of recreation programs for all ages -- after school programs, arts & enrichment, day trips, fitness, paddling & boating, sports, soccer, swimming and much more! Fee waivers are available. Learn more at www.mscr.org.
Check out these fun, new programs:
Wine & Cheese Tour (page 5)
Take trip to historic Cedarburg, Wisconsin. Explore art works, shop downtown and take a winery tour. For ages 18 and older, Saturday, September 23. Bus leaves at 8:30 am. Use course #16174 to register.
Satellites, Stars, and Space Oh My!
Is the Moon really made of cheese? What are shooting stars? Why is Pluto not a planet anymore? These questions and more are answered in this astronomy class!
Grades 1 – 3, Sundays, October 1-22, 2-3pm, MSCR East, 4620 Cottage Grove Rd, $36, #16263
Grades 1 – 3, Sundays, October 29-November 19, 10/29, 2-3pm, MSCR Odana, $36, #16264
Ultimate Frisbee is one of the fastest growing team sports in the country. Ultimate combines the non-stop movement and endurance of soccer with the aerial passing skills of football. This class is designed to improve skills and enjoy play in a recreational, drop in setting. All skill levels welcome.
Ages 18+, Thursdays, September 7 – October 19, 7:30-9:30 pm, at La Follette, $33, #15780
Ages 18+, Thursdays, October 26-December 14, 7:30-9:30pm, at La Follette, $33, #15781
Registration begins Monday, August 14 for Madison Metropolitan School District residents and August 28 for non-residents. MSCR offers many recreation programs for all ages that are accessible and affordable. Please call 204-3000, visit 3802 Regent Street or www. mscr.org for more information. MSCR is Madison’s public recreation department serving the community since 1926.