Tuesday
Apr062010

 

ANNUAL CHILDREN’S EASTER EGG HUNT

THIS SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 2015 

                                                   “The Hunt for One Thousand Eggs”

Hop over to our Annual Children’s Easter Egg Hunt to be held on Saturday, March 28 at Colts Neck Fire House # 1 on Route 537. Parents and grandparents, don’t miss this exciting event! The fun begins at 10 am with egg seeking pre-schoolers, followed by separate hunts for grades K-1, 2 – 3 and 4 thru 6.  Plenty of plastic eggs, filled with a prize or candy, will be hidden for each age group.  Grand prizes will be awarded in each hunt to children finding the “special eggs” among 1000 egg selection.

 Saturday, March 28, 10 a.m. Colts Neck Fire House #1, Route 537, Grades: Preschool-6th. No pre-registration required. In the event of bad weather, please call Colts Neck Fire House #1 at 431‑1100 or Recreation Office at 732-780-6666, to learn if the egg hunt is postponed. (Rain date: Saturday, April 4)

 BRUNCH WITH THE EASTER BUNNY

The Colts Neck Fire Company # 1 Auxiliary is sponsoring a brunch, held in conjunction with the annual Easter Egg Hunt. The a la carte menu includes cereal, bagels, juice, milk, coffee and tea. Games and activities are planned.  Pictures with the Easter Bunny will be available for a nominal fee.  Take a chance on great door prizes.

Saturday, March 28, 10 a.m. - 12 noon Colts Neck Fire House #1, Route 537. (Rain date: Saturday, April 4)

2015 SUMMER PROGRAM GUIDE

(INCLUDES SUMMER CAMP INFO)

 

2015 SUMMER CAMP COUNSELOR APPLICATION

 

NEW                 MAKING MAGIC                    NEW

Learn real magic tricks that will amaze your friends and family.  Each class students will learn new magic tricks, which they will take home to practice and perfect to prepare for our May 13th Magic Show, that parents are invited to attend.  Taught by Joanne Dafeldecker from Hobby Quest of South Central Jersey, LLC.  A material fee of @25 is payable to the instructor at the first class. 

Grades 1 -4 

14 Heyers Mill Rd., Colts Neck

Wednesday, April 22 – May 13, 4:30 – 5:30 p.m.  $50

 

 

COUGAR TENNIS ACADEMY

GRADES PRE-K TO 3RD GRADE AND ABOVE

BEGINNER/ADVANCED AND INTERMEDIATE CLASES

DETAILS:  WWW.COUGARTENNIS.ORG

QUESTIONS EMAIL LAURIE@COUGARTENNIS.ORG

OR CALL 732-673-2162

FOR DETAILS

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome to the new Colts Neck Department of Recreation and Parks website! We hope that our new website will offer a much easier and much more immersive user experience.

You can see that our navigation menus have changed.

On the top, we have all our heavily-visited web pages. This includes, "Main", which will be our main blog announcing any major events concerning our parks, recreation programs, or department in general, "Upcoming Events", which lists all the events in the near future that you may be interested (as well as their important information and dates), "Stadium Roar", which is our online system for booking fields and facilities.  ALL FIELD AND FACILITY REQUESTS SHOULD BE MADE VIA STADIUMROAR, "Connect", which features links to our Facebook, Flickr, Twitter, and YouTube pages, and "About Us", which tells you who makes up our department, as well as any contact information that you may need.

On the side, we have most of our reference and informational web pages as well as an section including alternative links to our "Connect" social sites. We have separated the reference and informational web pages into three categories - "Parks", "Programs", and "Other." Under "Parks", we include the general information of each of our parks, as well as any facilities that they may have and a description of them. Under "Programs", we have "General Information" which contains our different policies about joining and participating in our various programs. "Current Programs" contains a list of all the programs happening that season, as well as a short description and what you need to do if you wish to join them. "Sponsored Programs" contains a list of many of the independently-operated recreational programs that we wish to endorse. Under "Other", we have "Historic Sites", which is general information about the thought that goes into deeming a place a historic site, as well as "Wildlife Hazards", which we suggest that you read before visiting any of our parks or facilities.

The newest and most exciting addition to our website is our "Connect" feature, which will only work if you, the user, participates. We would greatly appreciate any photos and videos that you may have taken at one of our parks or events. Our Flickr and YouTube pages will only work if we have content, and that content needs to be taken and submitted to us. This can be done via email at cnrecparks@gmail.com. Also, we have created a Facebook and Twitter page for our Department. Become a fan or follow our pages to get all the latest updates regarding the Department of Recreation and Parks, even to your mobile phone!

We hope that you will enjoy the Department of Recreation and Park's new online experience! Stay tuned for any updates!