Friday, March 3, 2017 - 3:30pm

MSCR offers a variety of exciting programs!

The Madison School & Community Recreation (MSCR) Summer 2017 Program Guide begins distribution on Sunday, March 5 to Madison residents in the Wisconsin State Journal. Residents, who are not Sunday subscribers, receive their guide in the mail beginning March 6. The guide will also be available at www.mscr.org on March 5.

The Summer Program Guide is filled with different types of summer activities for all ages. It includes arts and enrichment, camps, paddling sports, pontoon boating, fitness, sports, adaptive sports, swimming and tennis. Registration begins March 13 for Madison Metro School District residents and March 27 for non-residents.

Check out the Camps Booklet in the center of the guide. Parents have a variety of camp options to choose from including Camp Tall Oaks, MAD Town Adventures, Camp Explorer, CR8TV U, Middle School on the Move, Soccer Day Camps and many more!


 

MSCR is holding free, family nights. These events offer a variety of family activities and entertainment! Learn more about youth programs in your area.

Be the Best You (for families in the East High School attendance area)

- Friday, March 10, 6-8:30 pm, at East High School

West Side Super Showcase (for families in the West and Memorial High School attendance area)

- Friday, April 21, 6-8pm, at West High School   

A Knight Out (for families in the La Follette High School attendance area)

- Friday, April 28, 6-8pm, at La Follette High School

Scholarships are available for most programs. Please visit www.mscr.org or call 204-3000 for more information. Register online at www.mscr.org

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MSCR, a department of the Madison Metropolitan School District is a public recreation department serving the community since 1926.

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