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Monday July 13, 2020
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Pickleball- Outdoors - Pickle Ball- Adult Session C (m&w)
Come join us down at Stephens Field for the fastest growing sport in America! A Paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels.  The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast paced, competitive game for experienced players.  It’s a fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping pong.  We will provide all the equipment and 3 courts.  (you are more than welcome to bring your own paddles).  Beginners and Experienced players welcome, we will have 3 courts to play on.  Space is limited to the first 20 people registered. YOU MUST REGISTER TO PLAY. THIS IS A PICK UP LEAGUE FORMAT AND NOT AN INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMFor beginners, please check out the following YouTube video to learn the basics of the game: Pickleball Instructional VideoCOVID GUIDELINES:-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). -Limited to 20 players-Masks are recommended-Single play is recommended if you do not feel like you can social distance. Doubles are allowed if you are in the same household or feel like you can properly maintain social distance. -Players who are waiting on the side lines to play must continue to practice social distancing 
 
8:45 AM - 12:15 PM    Counselor in Training (CIT) Program - CIT / Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**This program is for individuals too old for our Half-Day program, but too young to have a job yet. Through this program, individuals will be given the opportunity to work closely with our half-day program staff learning the ropes of the program. This programs is perfect for individuals who will be looking for a job working with children or working at another camp when they are old enough. The CIT will stay with their assigned group for the summer and will learn how to instruct different activities (soccer, basketball, baseball, tennis, playground, arts & crafts, street hockey, etc) so they get a feel for what each counselor does with their groups. We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. We ask that your child be sent with a mask to wear if needed during the program. If requested we can make sure your child does wear their mask for the duration of the program.The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*The program is limited to 10 kids.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Circuit Lab Summer STEM Workshops - Hands-On Electronics
Hands-On Electronics (morning only option available) Tinker with electronics while learning the basics of computer programming. We begin by experimenting with the fundamentals of electronics and circuitry, and step up to projects where our class of young makers will design their own interactive and programmable devices. Participants use the latest tools including Arduino (for building interactive devices) and Raspberry Pi (for learning about computers and coding) to experiment with LEDs, resistors, motors, and programming. Each class day gives participants the chance to design a hands-on project with the guidance of skilled Circuit Lab instructors.App InventorsWant to know how the apps work on your phone or IPad?  Or do you already have the next great app idea, and just need to know how to make it?  In this no-experience-required course, we use MIT App Inventor software to make fun, creative apps for Android phones and tablets.  Participants will learn both the programming and design aspects of creating great apps, and have the opportunity to build apps of their own design with the support of Circuit Lab instructors!Full Day OptionYou can choose to take both the morning and afternoon class. Each student MUST bring their own lunch and the kids will have an hour of supervised lunch time.COVID GUIDELINESWe are happy to announce that we will be running both online and in person classes this summer. Your children’s safety is and always has been our number one priority at Circuit Lab. With that being said, we will be strictly following the requirements and guidelines for child and youth serving programs released by the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care. The requirements include but are certainly not limited to small class sizes, carefully sanitizing all materials in between use, monitoring temperatures each morning, wearing masks, and maintaining social distancing. Our staff will be required to strictly follow a list of COVID-19 procedures as well. In order to ensure the safety of our staff and students, there are a few things that we need you to do. Below is a list of the new state requirements that are in place, in order to make sure your child has a fun and safe summer! -Check in with the instructor(s) each morning at drop-off regarding the status of your child. We will also be taking students’ temperatures during this drop-off time.-Read the provided information on COVID-19.-Make sure that your local recreation department (or other local group that you registered for class with) has your child’s immunization records and that your child is up to date on the current DHP’s recommended vaccination schedules. If your child has a chronic illness, you need to provide an individualized health care plan on file as well.-Self-screen yourself and your child before coming to the program. Self-screening includes checking temperatures, checking for symptoms including fever, cough, shortness of breath, gastrointestinal symptoms, abdominal pain, unexplained rash, new loss of taste/smell, muscle aches, or any other cold/flu-like symptoms.-Provide written attestations daily regarding any household contacts with COVID-19, symptoms, or medication given to lower fever.-Provide your child with a sufficient supply of clean masks/face coverings.-Wear a face covering during student drop-off and any time you are on the premises of the program.-Report any potential symptoms and/or COVID-19 contact to the instructor immediately.-If any child or class instructor tests positive for COVID-19, that class will immediately end. We look forward to safely teaching your child this summer! -Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart)
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Hedges Half-Day Program - Half-Day Program at Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**Hedges Pond: Our Half-Day Program is one of the most popular programs our department offers. This state of the art facility has basketball nets, a soccer field, an arts and crafts area and much more! To adhere to state guidelines we will have groups of 10 kids, and 1 counselor. Children will be grouped together with similar aged children (and siblings), given a specific group color, and will be together the whole summer (unless the state guidelines change that will allow us the switch the groups later on as we move through the phases). It will be a set schedule for every week and kids will not be able to choose their activities like they have in the past. The Half Day Program consists of three 45 minute sessions.We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. At drop off, families will be asked if they are exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms, etc. Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart).The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*Unfortunately we will not be able to offer the West Elementary Program or Nathaniel Morton Program this summer.  The schools are not allowing any inside or outside use of their facilities because of COVID-19.  **This program is limited to 100 kids.Questions please email Mat Mills at mmills@townhall.plymouth.ma.us
 
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Archery Clinic - Archery Clinic / Session A
Our youth archery program offers children the unique opportunity to discover the joy of shooting a bow as well as learning about different disciplines of the sport.  Each day the children will will learn to develop proper shooting form based on the National Training System (NTS) under the instruction of a certified coach. A variety of creative and challenging target games are incorporated in every class to ensure students will have fun while learning proper form and aiming skills.  In addition to receiving clear instruction, this class provides unique benefits to children, including the opportunity to make new friends, a great upper body workout, and the chance to build self confidence.Instructor is USA Archery certified - Dee SacchettiCOVID GUIDELINES-Under phase 3 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart)-Instructor will be required to wear mask if they cannot remain socially distant from students.-Each student will receive their own bow and arrows for the duration of the class. If sharing of bows is necessary, wipes will be available to use before the next student uses the equipment.-Students will remain 6ft apart designated by cones. -All equipment will be cleaned after class.-If you would like your child to wear their mask for the duration of the program please communicate that with the instructor.
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Private Swim Lessons Session 2
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Semi-Private Swim Lessons Session 2
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Nancy Moncada Soccer Practice
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    PYSF Conditioning
 
Tuesday July 14, 2020
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Pickleball- Outdoors - Pickle Ball- Adult Session D (tu& th)
Come join us down at Stephens Field for the fastest growing sport in America! A Paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels.  The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast paced, competitive game for experienced players.  It’s a fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping pong.  We will provide all the equipment and 3 courts.  (you are more than welcome to bring your own paddles).  Beginners and Experienced players welcome, we will have 3 courts to play on.  Space is limited to the first 20 people registered. YOU MUST REGISTER TO PLAY. THIS IS A PICK UP LEAGUE FORMAT AND NOT AN INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMFor beginners, please check out the following YouTube video to learn the basics of the game: Pickleball Instructional VideoCOVID GUIDELINES:-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). -Limited to 20 players-Masks are recommended-Single play is recommended if you do not feel like you can social distance. Doubles are allowed if you are in the same household or feel like you can properly maintain social distance. -Players who are waiting on the side lines to play must continue to practice social distancing 
 
8:45 AM - 12:15 PM    Counselor in Training (CIT) Program - CIT / Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**This program is for individuals too old for our Half-Day program, but too young to have a job yet. Through this program, individuals will be given the opportunity to work closely with our half-day program staff learning the ropes of the program. This programs is perfect for individuals who will be looking for a job working with children or working at another camp when they are old enough. The CIT will stay with their assigned group for the summer and will learn how to instruct different activities (soccer, basketball, baseball, tennis, playground, arts & crafts, street hockey, etc) so they get a feel for what each counselor does with their groups. We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. We ask that your child be sent with a mask to wear if needed during the program. If requested we can make sure your child does wear their mask for the duration of the program.The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*The program is limited to 10 kids.
 
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM    Yoga - Kripalu - Yoga / Session A- morning
WILL BE HELD OUTDOORS!Looking for a yoga experience that will make you feel fabulous? Under the guidance of our certified instructor, Jayne Sutton, you will explore stretches and postures designed to open up your entire body. Simple breathing techniques will be introduced to help calm the mind and energize your body. Participants must supply their own exercise mat and be able to get up and down from the floor without assistance.Instructor Jayne Sutton THIS IS NOT A DROP IN PROGRAMCOVID GUIDELINES- SPOTS AT LEAST 6 FEET APART SO PARTICIPANTS HAVE ENOUGH ROOM TO STAY ON THEIR MATS-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). - PARTICIPANTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO BRING THEIR OWN BEACH TOWEL (for under yoga mat), YOGA MAT, WATER, SUNSCREEN, BUGSPRAY, HAT, SUNGLASSES ETC.- PORT O JOHNS WILL BE AVAILABLE
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Circuit Lab Summer STEM Workshops - Hands-On Electronics
Hands-On Electronics (morning only option available) Tinker with electronics while learning the basics of computer programming. We begin by experimenting with the fundamentals of electronics and circuitry, and step up to projects where our class of young makers will design their own interactive and programmable devices. Participants use the latest tools including Arduino (for building interactive devices) and Raspberry Pi (for learning about computers and coding) to experiment with LEDs, resistors, motors, and programming. Each class day gives participants the chance to design a hands-on project with the guidance of skilled Circuit Lab instructors.App InventorsWant to know how the apps work on your phone or IPad?  Or do you already have the next great app idea, and just need to know how to make it?  In this no-experience-required course, we use MIT App Inventor software to make fun, creative apps for Android phones and tablets.  Participants will learn both the programming and design aspects of creating great apps, and have the opportunity to build apps of their own design with the support of Circuit Lab instructors!Full Day OptionYou can choose to take both the morning and afternoon class. Each student MUST bring their own lunch and the kids will have an hour of supervised lunch time.COVID GUIDELINESWe are happy to announce that we will be running both online and in person classes this summer. Your children’s safety is and always has been our number one priority at Circuit Lab. With that being said, we will be strictly following the requirements and guidelines for child and youth serving programs released by the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care. The requirements include but are certainly not limited to small class sizes, carefully sanitizing all materials in between use, monitoring temperatures each morning, wearing masks, and maintaining social distancing. Our staff will be required to strictly follow a list of COVID-19 procedures as well. In order to ensure the safety of our staff and students, there are a few things that we need you to do. Below is a list of the new state requirements that are in place, in order to make sure your child has a fun and safe summer! -Check in with the instructor(s) each morning at drop-off regarding the status of your child. We will also be taking students’ temperatures during this drop-off time.-Read the provided information on COVID-19.-Make sure that your local recreation department (or other local group that you registered for class with) has your child’s immunization records and that your child is up to date on the current DHP’s recommended vaccination schedules. If your child has a chronic illness, you need to provide an individualized health care plan on file as well.-Self-screen yourself and your child before coming to the program. Self-screening includes checking temperatures, checking for symptoms including fever, cough, shortness of breath, gastrointestinal symptoms, abdominal pain, unexplained rash, new loss of taste/smell, muscle aches, or any other cold/flu-like symptoms.-Provide written attestations daily regarding any household contacts with COVID-19, symptoms, or medication given to lower fever.-Provide your child with a sufficient supply of clean masks/face coverings.-Wear a face covering during student drop-off and any time you are on the premises of the program.-Report any potential symptoms and/or COVID-19 contact to the instructor immediately.-If any child or class instructor tests positive for COVID-19, that class will immediately end. We look forward to safely teaching your child this summer! -Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart)
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Hedges Half-Day Program - Half-Day Program at Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**Hedges Pond: Our Half-Day Program is one of the most popular programs our department offers. This state of the art facility has basketball nets, a soccer field, an arts and crafts area and much more! To adhere to state guidelines we will have groups of 10 kids, and 1 counselor. Children will be grouped together with similar aged children (and siblings), given a specific group color, and will be together the whole summer (unless the state guidelines change that will allow us the switch the groups later on as we move through the phases). It will be a set schedule for every week and kids will not be able to choose their activities like they have in the past. The Half Day Program consists of three 45 minute sessions.We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. At drop off, families will be asked if they are exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms, etc. Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart).The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*Unfortunately we will not be able to offer the West Elementary Program or Nathaniel Morton Program this summer.  The schools are not allowing any inside or outside use of their facilities because of COVID-19.  **This program is limited to 100 kids.Questions please email Mat Mills at mmills@townhall.plymouth.ma.us
 
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Archery Clinic - Archery Clinic / Session A
Our youth archery program offers children the unique opportunity to discover the joy of shooting a bow as well as learning about different disciplines of the sport.  Each day the children will will learn to develop proper shooting form based on the National Training System (NTS) under the instruction of a certified coach. A variety of creative and challenging target games are incorporated in every class to ensure students will have fun while learning proper form and aiming skills.  In addition to receiving clear instruction, this class provides unique benefits to children, including the opportunity to make new friends, a great upper body workout, and the chance to build self confidence.Instructor is USA Archery certified - Dee SacchettiCOVID GUIDELINES-Under phase 3 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart)-Instructor will be required to wear mask if they cannot remain socially distant from students.-Each student will receive their own bow and arrows for the duration of the class. If sharing of bows is necessary, wipes will be available to use before the next student uses the equipment.-Students will remain 6ft apart designated by cones. -All equipment will be cleaned after class.-If you would like your child to wear their mask for the duration of the program please communicate that with the instructor.
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Private Swim Lessons Session 2
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Semi-Private Swim Lessons Session 2
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM    Little Explorers - Little Explorers Session A
Come explore the wonders of Mother Nature! Catch falling leaves, call out to birds and search for insects! This 4 week program is designed to be a hands on nature exploration with active play and creativity!COVID GUIDELINES:-ADULT MUST BE PRESENT WITH CHILD IF CHILD CANNOT FOLLOW COACHES DIRECTIONS.-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). This applies to both adult and child.
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Aces Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Aces Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Cordage FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Kings Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
Wednesday July 15, 2020
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Pickleball- Outdoors - Pickle Ball- Adult Session C (m&w)
Come join us down at Stephens Field for the fastest growing sport in America! A Paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels.  The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast paced, competitive game for experienced players.  It’s a fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping pong.  We will provide all the equipment and 3 courts.  (you are more than welcome to bring your own paddles).  Beginners and Experienced players welcome, we will have 3 courts to play on.  Space is limited to the first 20 people registered. YOU MUST REGISTER TO PLAY. THIS IS A PICK UP LEAGUE FORMAT AND NOT AN INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMFor beginners, please check out the following YouTube video to learn the basics of the game: Pickleball Instructional VideoCOVID GUIDELINES:-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). -Limited to 20 players-Masks are recommended-Single play is recommended if you do not feel like you can social distance. Doubles are allowed if you are in the same household or feel like you can properly maintain social distance. -Players who are waiting on the side lines to play must continue to practice social distancing 
 
8:45 AM - 12:15 PM    Counselor in Training (CIT) Program - CIT / Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**This program is for individuals too old for our Half-Day program, but too young to have a job yet. Through this program, individuals will be given the opportunity to work closely with our half-day program staff learning the ropes of the program. This programs is perfect for individuals who will be looking for a job working with children or working at another camp when they are old enough. The CIT will stay with their assigned group for the summer and will learn how to instruct different activities (soccer, basketball, baseball, tennis, playground, arts & crafts, street hockey, etc) so they get a feel for what each counselor does with their groups. We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. We ask that your child be sent with a mask to wear if needed during the program. If requested we can make sure your child does wear their mask for the duration of the program.The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*The program is limited to 10 kids.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Circuit Lab Summer STEM Workshops - Hands-On Electronics
Hands-On Electronics (morning only option available) Tinker with electronics while learning the basics of computer programming. We begin by experimenting with the fundamentals of electronics and circuitry, and step up to projects where our class of young makers will design their own interactive and programmable devices. Participants use the latest tools including Arduino (for building interactive devices) and Raspberry Pi (for learning about computers and coding) to experiment with LEDs, resistors, motors, and programming. Each class day gives participants the chance to design a hands-on project with the guidance of skilled Circuit Lab instructors.App InventorsWant to know how the apps work on your phone or IPad?  Or do you already have the next great app idea, and just need to know how to make it?  In this no-experience-required course, we use MIT App Inventor software to make fun, creative apps for Android phones and tablets.  Participants will learn both the programming and design aspects of creating great apps, and have the opportunity to build apps of their own design with the support of Circuit Lab instructors!Full Day OptionYou can choose to take both the morning and afternoon class. Each student MUST bring their own lunch and the kids will have an hour of supervised lunch time.COVID GUIDELINESWe are happy to announce that we will be running both online and in person classes this summer. Your children’s safety is and always has been our number one priority at Circuit Lab. With that being said, we will be strictly following the requirements and guidelines for child and youth serving programs released by the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care. The requirements include but are certainly not limited to small class sizes, carefully sanitizing all materials in between use, monitoring temperatures each morning, wearing masks, and maintaining social distancing. Our staff will be required to strictly follow a list of COVID-19 procedures as well. In order to ensure the safety of our staff and students, there are a few things that we need you to do. Below is a list of the new state requirements that are in place, in order to make sure your child has a fun and safe summer! -Check in with the instructor(s) each morning at drop-off regarding the status of your child. We will also be taking students’ temperatures during this drop-off time.-Read the provided information on COVID-19.-Make sure that your local recreation department (or other local group that you registered for class with) has your child’s immunization records and that your child is up to date on the current DHP’s recommended vaccination schedules. If your child has a chronic illness, you need to provide an individualized health care plan on file as well.-Self-screen yourself and your child before coming to the program. Self-screening includes checking temperatures, checking for symptoms including fever, cough, shortness of breath, gastrointestinal symptoms, abdominal pain, unexplained rash, new loss of taste/smell, muscle aches, or any other cold/flu-like symptoms.-Provide written attestations daily regarding any household contacts with COVID-19, symptoms, or medication given to lower fever.-Provide your child with a sufficient supply of clean masks/face coverings.-Wear a face covering during student drop-off and any time you are on the premises of the program.-Report any potential symptoms and/or COVID-19 contact to the instructor immediately.-If any child or class instructor tests positive for COVID-19, that class will immediately end. We look forward to safely teaching your child this summer! -Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart)
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Hedges Half-Day Program - Half-Day Program at Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**Hedges Pond: Our Half-Day Program is one of the most popular programs our department offers. This state of the art facility has basketball nets, a soccer field, an arts and crafts area and much more! To adhere to state guidelines we will have groups of 10 kids, and 1 counselor. Children will be grouped together with similar aged children (and siblings), given a specific group color, and will be together the whole summer (unless the state guidelines change that will allow us the switch the groups later on as we move through the phases). It will be a set schedule for every week and kids will not be able to choose their activities like they have in the past. The Half Day Program consists of three 45 minute sessions.We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. At drop off, families will be asked if they are exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms, etc. Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart).The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*Unfortunately we will not be able to offer the West Elementary Program or Nathaniel Morton Program this summer.  The schools are not allowing any inside or outside use of their facilities because of COVID-19.  **This program is limited to 100 kids.Questions please email Mat Mills at mmills@townhall.plymouth.ma.us
 
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Archery Clinic - Archery Clinic / Session A
Our youth archery program offers children the unique opportunity to discover the joy of shooting a bow as well as learning about different disciplines of the sport.  Each day the children will will learn to develop proper shooting form based on the National Training System (NTS) under the instruction of a certified coach. A variety of creative and challenging target games are incorporated in every class to ensure students will have fun while learning proper form and aiming skills.  In addition to receiving clear instruction, this class provides unique benefits to children, including the opportunity to make new friends, a great upper body workout, and the chance to build self confidence.Instructor is USA Archery certified - Dee SacchettiCOVID GUIDELINES-Under phase 3 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart)-Instructor will be required to wear mask if they cannot remain socially distant from students.-Each student will receive their own bow and arrows for the duration of the class. If sharing of bows is necessary, wipes will be available to use before the next student uses the equipment.-Students will remain 6ft apart designated by cones. -All equipment will be cleaned after class.-If you would like your child to wear their mask for the duration of the program please communicate that with the instructor.
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Private Swim Lessons Session 2
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Semi-Private Swim Lessons Session 2
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
4:00 PM - 4:30 PM    Smart Soccer - Summer 2020 Smart Soccer 3 year olds
We have partnered with Global Premier Soccer to offer this is a fun and exciting introduction to soccer for children. With a dynamic and active approach, this program focuses on learning through games and small-sided play. Players experience our ”Smart Soccer” philosophy of promoting fundamental skills and sportsmanship.Special requests for team placement for Smart Soccer will not be accepted, only siblings will be placed on the same team together.**Cleats, shin guards and mouth guard is recommended but not required**Your child must be the correct age for the Smart Soccer program by the start of the program.  There are no exceptions.Outdoor Programs: Due to any weather cancellations, programs could be scheduled a make class that extends beyond the original end date, or at an indoor location. No refunds or credits will be given for make up dates.Fall Info:Registration will open Monday June 22nd for residents and Monday June 29th for non residents.Fall- No Class 10/10, but could be used as a make up day.COVID GUIDELINESPLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE OPERATING UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES. WE HOPE TO HAVE PHASE 3 GUIDELINES BY JULY 6TH WHEN PHASE 3 IS SUPPOSED TO START! - UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THE PARTICIPANTS CANNOT MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCE (6 FT APART). WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO STRUCTURE ALL DRILLS AND ACTIVITIES TO BE SOCIALLY DISTANT. KIDS ARE ENCOURAGED TO WEAR THEIR MASKS UPON ARRIVAL IF THEY CANNOT REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT. - TEAMS OF 10 KIDS OR LESS - SPECTATORS MUST REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT AROUND THE FIELD WHEN THEY WATCH, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THEY CANNOT SOCIALLY DISTANCE.-INSTRUCTORS WILL WEAR A MASK. -YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO BRING YOUR SOCCER BALL TO LESSEN THE POSSIBILITY OF SHARING EQUIPMENT. WE WILL HAVE SOCCER BALLS AVAILABLE TO USE.- ALL EQUIPMENT WILL BE SANITIZED AFTER EACH GROUP.-A SIGNED COVID-19 WAIVER FOR SMART SOCCER TURNED INTO THE REC. OFFICE (NEW WAIVER FOR EVERY ACTIVITY). CHILDREN WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE UNTIL THE COVID-19 WAIVER IS ON FILE. (WAIVER IS ATTACHED IN THE EMAIL)
 
4:45 PM - 5:45 PM    Smart Soccer - Summer 2020 Smart Soccer 4-6 year olds
We have partnered with Global Premier Soccer to offer this is a fun and exciting introduction to soccer for children. With a dynamic and active approach, this program focuses on learning through games and small-sided play. Players experience our ”Smart Soccer” philosophy of promoting fundamental skills and sportsmanship.Special requests for team placement for Smart Soccer will not be accepted, only siblings will be placed on the same team together.**Cleats, shin guards and mouth guard is recommended but not required**Your child must be the correct age for the Smart Soccer program by the start of the program.  There are no exceptions.Outdoor Programs: Due to any weather cancellations, programs could be scheduled a make class that extends beyond the original end date, or at an indoor location. No refunds or credits will be given for make up dates.Fall Info:Registration will open Monday June 22nd for residents and Monday June 29th for non residents.Fall- No Class 10/10, but could be used as a make up day.COVID GUIDELINESPLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE OPERATING UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES. WE HOPE TO HAVE PHASE 3 GUIDELINES BY JULY 6TH WHEN PHASE 3 IS SUPPOSED TO START! - UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THE PARTICIPANTS CANNOT MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCE (6 FT APART). WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO STRUCTURE ALL DRILLS AND ACTIVITIES TO BE SOCIALLY DISTANT. KIDS ARE ENCOURAGED TO WEAR THEIR MASKS UPON ARRIVAL IF THEY CANNOT REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT. - TEAMS OF 10 KIDS OR LESS - SPECTATORS MUST REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT AROUND THE FIELD WHEN THEY WATCH, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THEY CANNOT SOCIALLY DISTANCE.-INSTRUCTORS WILL WEAR A MASK. -YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO BRING YOUR SOCCER BALL TO LESSEN THE POSSIBILITY OF SHARING EQUIPMENT. WE WILL HAVE SOCCER BALLS AVAILABLE TO USE.- ALL EQUIPMENT WILL BE SANITIZED AFTER EACH GROUP.-A SIGNED COVID-19 WAIVER FOR SMART SOCCER TURNED INTO THE REC. OFFICE (NEW WAIVER FOR EVERY ACTIVITY). CHILDREN WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE UNTIL THE COVID-19 WAIVER IS ON FILE. (WAIVER IS ATTACHED IN THE EMAIL)
 
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Area X Baseball Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Aces Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Aces Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    PYSF Conditioning
 
Thursday July 16, 2020
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Pickleball- Outdoors - Pickle Ball- Adult Session D (tu& th)
Come join us down at Stephens Field for the fastest growing sport in America! A Paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels.  The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast paced, competitive game for experienced players.  It’s a fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping pong.  We will provide all the equipment and 3 courts.  (you are more than welcome to bring your own paddles).  Beginners and Experienced players welcome, we will have 3 courts to play on.  Space is limited to the first 20 people registered. YOU MUST REGISTER TO PLAY. THIS IS A PICK UP LEAGUE FORMAT AND NOT AN INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMFor beginners, please check out the following YouTube video to learn the basics of the game: Pickleball Instructional VideoCOVID GUIDELINES:-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). -Limited to 20 players-Masks are recommended-Single play is recommended if you do not feel like you can social distance. Doubles are allowed if you are in the same household or feel like you can properly maintain social distance. -Players who are waiting on the side lines to play must continue to practice social distancing 
 
8:45 AM - 12:15 PM    Counselor in Training (CIT) Program - CIT / Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**This program is for individuals too old for our Half-Day program, but too young to have a job yet. Through this program, individuals will be given the opportunity to work closely with our half-day program staff learning the ropes of the program. This programs is perfect for individuals who will be looking for a job working with children or working at another camp when they are old enough. The CIT will stay with their assigned group for the summer and will learn how to instruct different activities (soccer, basketball, baseball, tennis, playground, arts & crafts, street hockey, etc) so they get a feel for what each counselor does with their groups. We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. We ask that your child be sent with a mask to wear if needed during the program. If requested we can make sure your child does wear their mask for the duration of the program.The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*The program is limited to 10 kids.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Circuit Lab Summer STEM Workshops - Hands-On Electronics
Hands-On Electronics (morning only option available) Tinker with electronics while learning the basics of computer programming. We begin by experimenting with the fundamentals of electronics and circuitry, and step up to projects where our class of young makers will design their own interactive and programmable devices. Participants use the latest tools including Arduino (for building interactive devices) and Raspberry Pi (for learning about computers and coding) to experiment with LEDs, resistors, motors, and programming. Each class day gives participants the chance to design a hands-on project with the guidance of skilled Circuit Lab instructors.App InventorsWant to know how the apps work on your phone or IPad?  Or do you already have the next great app idea, and just need to know how to make it?  In this no-experience-required course, we use MIT App Inventor software to make fun, creative apps for Android phones and tablets.  Participants will learn both the programming and design aspects of creating great apps, and have the opportunity to build apps of their own design with the support of Circuit Lab instructors!Full Day OptionYou can choose to take both the morning and afternoon class. Each student MUST bring their own lunch and the kids will have an hour of supervised lunch time.COVID GUIDELINESWe are happy to announce that we will be running both online and in person classes this summer. Your children’s safety is and always has been our number one priority at Circuit Lab. With that being said, we will be strictly following the requirements and guidelines for child and youth serving programs released by the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care. The requirements include but are certainly not limited to small class sizes, carefully sanitizing all materials in between use, monitoring temperatures each morning, wearing masks, and maintaining social distancing. Our staff will be required to strictly follow a list of COVID-19 procedures as well. In order to ensure the safety of our staff and students, there are a few things that we need you to do. Below is a list of the new state requirements that are in place, in order to make sure your child has a fun and safe summer! -Check in with the instructor(s) each morning at drop-off regarding the status of your child. We will also be taking students’ temperatures during this drop-off time.-Read the provided information on COVID-19.-Make sure that your local recreation department (or other local group that you registered for class with) has your child’s immunization records and that your child is up to date on the current DHP’s recommended vaccination schedules. If your child has a chronic illness, you need to provide an individualized health care plan on file as well.-Self-screen yourself and your child before coming to the program. Self-screening includes checking temperatures, checking for symptoms including fever, cough, shortness of breath, gastrointestinal symptoms, abdominal pain, unexplained rash, new loss of taste/smell, muscle aches, or any other cold/flu-like symptoms.-Provide written attestations daily regarding any household contacts with COVID-19, symptoms, or medication given to lower fever.-Provide your child with a sufficient supply of clean masks/face coverings.-Wear a face covering during student drop-off and any time you are on the premises of the program.-Report any potential symptoms and/or COVID-19 contact to the instructor immediately.-If any child or class instructor tests positive for COVID-19, that class will immediately end. We look forward to safely teaching your child this summer! -Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart)
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Hedges Half-Day Program - Half-Day Program at Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**Hedges Pond: Our Half-Day Program is one of the most popular programs our department offers. This state of the art facility has basketball nets, a soccer field, an arts and crafts area and much more! To adhere to state guidelines we will have groups of 10 kids, and 1 counselor. Children will be grouped together with similar aged children (and siblings), given a specific group color, and will be together the whole summer (unless the state guidelines change that will allow us the switch the groups later on as we move through the phases). It will be a set schedule for every week and kids will not be able to choose their activities like they have in the past. The Half Day Program consists of three 45 minute sessions.We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. At drop off, families will be asked if they are exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms, etc. Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart).The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*Unfortunately we will not be able to offer the West Elementary Program or Nathaniel Morton Program this summer.  The schools are not allowing any inside or outside use of their facilities because of COVID-19.  **This program is limited to 100 kids.Questions please email Mat Mills at mmills@townhall.plymouth.ma.us
 
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Archery Clinic - Archery Clinic / Session A
Our youth archery program offers children the unique opportunity to discover the joy of shooting a bow as well as learning about different disciplines of the sport.  Each day the children will will learn to develop proper shooting form based on the National Training System (NTS) under the instruction of a certified coach. A variety of creative and challenging target games are incorporated in every class to ensure students will have fun while learning proper form and aiming skills.  In addition to receiving clear instruction, this class provides unique benefits to children, including the opportunity to make new friends, a great upper body workout, and the chance to build self confidence.Instructor is USA Archery certified - Dee SacchettiCOVID GUIDELINES-Under phase 3 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart)-Instructor will be required to wear mask if they cannot remain socially distant from students.-Each student will receive their own bow and arrows for the duration of the class. If sharing of bows is necessary, wipes will be available to use before the next student uses the equipment.-Students will remain 6ft apart designated by cones. -All equipment will be cleaned after class.-If you would like your child to wear their mask for the duration of the program please communicate that with the instructor.
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Private Swim Lessons Session 2
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Semi-Private Swim Lessons Session 2
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
2:15 PM - 2:45 PM    T-Ball - Outdoors - Summer T-Ball Session C
This program is designed to keep your favorite t-ball player active during the winter months and to prepare your young athlete for the youth baseball leagues in town. Fee includes instruction and t-shirt.*Please make sure to bring a glove, sneakers and water for your child.Outdoor Programs: Due to any weather cancellations, a make class could be scheduled that extends beyond the original end date, or at an indoor location. No refunds or credits will be given for make up dates.COVID GUIDELINES:PLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE OPERATING UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES. WE HOPE TO HAVE PHASE 3 GUIDELINES BY JULY 6TH WHEN PHASE 3 IS SUPPOSED TO START! - UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THE PARTICIPANTS CANNOT MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCE (6 FT APART). WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO STRUCTURE ALL DRILLS AND ACTIVITIES TO BE SOCIALLY DISTANT. KIDS ARE ENCOURAGED TO WEAR THEIR MASKS UPON ARRIVAL IF THEY CANNOT REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT. - TEAMS OF 10 KIDS OR LESS - NO DUGOUT USE ALLOWED - SPECTATORS MUST REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT AROUND THE FIELD WHEN THEY WATCH, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THEY CANNOT SOCIALLY DISTANCE.-INSTRUCTORS WILL WEAR A MASK - ONLY 2 TEAMS PER FIELD DOING STATIONS. - MUST BRING YOUR OWN GLOVE. YOU ARE ENCOURGED TO BRING YOUR OWN HELMET AND TBALL BAT TO LESSON THE POSSIBILITY OF SHARING EQUIPMENT. - ALL EQUIPMENT WILL BE SANITIZED AFTER EACH GROUP ROTATES TO A NEW STATION.-SIGNED COVID-19 WAIVER FOR TBALL TURNED INTO THE REC. OFFICE (NEW WAIVER FOR EVERY ACTIVITY). CHILDREN WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO PARTICIAPTE UNTIL THE COVID-19
 
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM    T-Ball - Outdoors - Summer T-Ball Session D
This program is designed to keep your favorite t-ball player active during the winter months and to prepare your young athlete for the youth baseball leagues in town. Fee includes instruction and t-shirt.*Please make sure to bring a glove, sneakers and water for your child.Outdoor Programs: Due to any weather cancellations, a make class could be scheduled that extends beyond the original end date, or at an indoor location. No refunds or credits will be given for make up dates.COVID GUIDELINES:PLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE OPERATING UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES. WE HOPE TO HAVE PHASE 3 GUIDELINES BY JULY 6TH WHEN PHASE 3 IS SUPPOSED TO START! - UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THE PARTICIPANTS CANNOT MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCE (6 FT APART). WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO STRUCTURE ALL DRILLS AND ACTIVITIES TO BE SOCIALLY DISTANT. KIDS ARE ENCOURAGED TO WEAR THEIR MASKS UPON ARRIVAL IF THEY CANNOT REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT. - TEAMS OF 10 KIDS OR LESS - NO DUGOUT USE ALLOWED - SPECTATORS MUST REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT AROUND THE FIELD WHEN THEY WATCH, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THEY CANNOT SOCIALLY DISTANCE.-INSTRUCTORS WILL WEAR A MASK - ONLY 2 TEAMS PER FIELD DOING STATIONS. - MUST BRING YOUR OWN GLOVE. YOU ARE ENCOURGED TO BRING YOUR OWN HELMET AND TBALL BAT TO LESSON THE POSSIBILITY OF SHARING EQUIPMENT. - ALL EQUIPMENT WILL BE SANITIZED AFTER EACH GROUP ROTATES TO A NEW STATION.-SIGNED COVID-19 WAIVER FOR TBALL TURNED INTO THE REC. OFFICE (NEW WAIVER FOR EVERY ACTIVITY). CHILDREN WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO PARTICIAPTE UNTIL THE COVID-19
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Aces Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Aces Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Cordage FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Kings Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:30 PM - 6:45 PM    Yoga - Kripalu - Yoga / Session B- evening
WILL BE HELD OUTDOORS!Looking for a yoga experience that will make you feel fabulous? Under the guidance of our certified instructor, Jayne Sutton, you will explore stretches and postures designed to open up your entire body. Simple breathing techniques will be introduced to help calm the mind and energize your body. Participants must supply their own exercise mat and be able to get up and down from the floor without assistance.Instructor Jayne Sutton THIS IS NOT A DROP IN PROGRAMCOVID GUIDELINES- SPOTS AT LEAST 6 FEET APART SO PARTICIPANTS HAVE ENOUGH ROOM TO STAY ON THEIR MATS-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). - PARTICIPANTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO BRING THEIR OWN BEACH TOWEL (for under yoga mat), YOGA MAT, WATER, SUNSCREEN, BUGSPRAY, HAT, SUNGLASSES ETC.- PORT O JOHNS WILL BE AVAILABLE
 
Friday July 17, 2020
8:45 AM - 12:15 PM    Counselor in Training (CIT) Program - CIT / Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**This program is for individuals too old for our Half-Day program, but too young to have a job yet. Through this program, individuals will be given the opportunity to work closely with our half-day program staff learning the ropes of the program. This programs is perfect for individuals who will be looking for a job working with children or working at another camp when they are old enough. The CIT will stay with their assigned group for the summer and will learn how to instruct different activities (soccer, basketball, baseball, tennis, playground, arts & crafts, street hockey, etc) so they get a feel for what each counselor does with their groups. We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. We ask that your child be sent with a mask to wear if needed during the program. If requested we can make sure your child does wear their mask for the duration of the program.The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*The program is limited to 10 kids.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Circuit Lab Summer STEM Workshops - Hands-On Electronics
Hands-On Electronics (morning only option available) Tinker with electronics while learning the basics of computer programming. We begin by experimenting with the fundamentals of electronics and circuitry, and step up to projects where our class of young makers will design their own interactive and programmable devices. Participants use the latest tools including Arduino (for building interactive devices) and Raspberry Pi (for learning about computers and coding) to experiment with LEDs, resistors, motors, and programming. Each class day gives participants the chance to design a hands-on project with the guidance of skilled Circuit Lab instructors.App InventorsWant to know how the apps work on your phone or IPad?  Or do you already have the next great app idea, and just need to know how to make it?  In this no-experience-required course, we use MIT App Inventor software to make fun, creative apps for Android phones and tablets.  Participants will learn both the programming and design aspects of creating great apps, and have the opportunity to build apps of their own design with the support of Circuit Lab instructors!Full Day OptionYou can choose to take both the morning and afternoon class. Each student MUST bring their own lunch and the kids will have an hour of supervised lunch time.COVID GUIDELINESWe are happy to announce that we will be running both online and in person classes this summer. Your children’s safety is and always has been our number one priority at Circuit Lab. With that being said, we will be strictly following the requirements and guidelines for child and youth serving programs released by the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care. The requirements include but are certainly not limited to small class sizes, carefully sanitizing all materials in between use, monitoring temperatures each morning, wearing masks, and maintaining social distancing. Our staff will be required to strictly follow a list of COVID-19 procedures as well. In order to ensure the safety of our staff and students, there are a few things that we need you to do. Below is a list of the new state requirements that are in place, in order to make sure your child has a fun and safe summer! -Check in with the instructor(s) each morning at drop-off regarding the status of your child. We will also be taking students’ temperatures during this drop-off time.-Read the provided information on COVID-19.-Make sure that your local recreation department (or other local group that you registered for class with) has your child’s immunization records and that your child is up to date on the current DHP’s recommended vaccination schedules. If your child has a chronic illness, you need to provide an individualized health care plan on file as well.-Self-screen yourself and your child before coming to the program. Self-screening includes checking temperatures, checking for symptoms including fever, cough, shortness of breath, gastrointestinal symptoms, abdominal pain, unexplained rash, new loss of taste/smell, muscle aches, or any other cold/flu-like symptoms.-Provide written attestations daily regarding any household contacts with COVID-19, symptoms, or medication given to lower fever.-Provide your child with a sufficient supply of clean masks/face coverings.-Wear a face covering during student drop-off and any time you are on the premises of the program.-Report any potential symptoms and/or COVID-19 contact to the instructor immediately.-If any child or class instructor tests positive for COVID-19, that class will immediately end. We look forward to safely teaching your child this summer! -Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart)
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Hedges Half-Day Program - Half-Day Program at Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**Hedges Pond: Our Half-Day Program is one of the most popular programs our department offers. This state of the art facility has basketball nets, a soccer field, an arts and crafts area and much more! To adhere to state guidelines we will have groups of 10 kids, and 1 counselor. Children will be grouped together with similar aged children (and siblings), given a specific group color, and will be together the whole summer (unless the state guidelines change that will allow us the switch the groups later on as we move through the phases). It will be a set schedule for every week and kids will not be able to choose their activities like they have in the past. The Half Day Program consists of three 45 minute sessions.We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. At drop off, families will be asked if they are exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms, etc. Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart).The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*Unfortunately we will not be able to offer the West Elementary Program or Nathaniel Morton Program this summer.  The schools are not allowing any inside or outside use of their facilities because of COVID-19.  **This program is limited to 100 kids.Questions please email Mat Mills at mmills@townhall.plymouth.ma.us
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Private Swim Lessons Session 2
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Semi-Private Swim Lessons Session 2
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Area X Baseball Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
Saturday July 18, 2020
8:00 AM - 11:30 AM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    J&M Baseball Tryouts
 
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Area X Baseball Games
 
Sunday July 19, 2020
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM    PYBS 11U Eagles Games
 
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Aces Lacrosse Practice
 
Monday July 20, 2020
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Pickleball- Outdoors - Pickle Ball- Adult Session C (m&w)
Come join us down at Stephens Field for the fastest growing sport in America! A Paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels.  The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast paced, competitive game for experienced players.  It’s a fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping pong.  We will provide all the equipment and 3 courts.  (you are more than welcome to bring your own paddles).  Beginners and Experienced players welcome, we will have 3 courts to play on.  Space is limited to the first 20 people registered. YOU MUST REGISTER TO PLAY. THIS IS A PICK UP LEAGUE FORMAT AND NOT AN INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMFor beginners, please check out the following YouTube video to learn the basics of the game: Pickleball Instructional VideoCOVID GUIDELINES:-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). -Limited to 20 players-Masks are recommended-Single play is recommended if you do not feel like you can social distance. Doubles are allowed if you are in the same household or feel like you can properly maintain social distance. -Players who are waiting on the side lines to play must continue to practice social distancing 
 
8:45 AM - 12:15 PM    Counselor in Training (CIT) Program - CIT / Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**This program is for individuals too old for our Half-Day program, but too young to have a job yet. Through this program, individuals will be given the opportunity to work closely with our half-day program staff learning the ropes of the program. This programs is perfect for individuals who will be looking for a job working with children or working at another camp when they are old enough. The CIT will stay with their assigned group for the summer and will learn how to instruct different activities (soccer, basketball, baseball, tennis, playground, arts & crafts, street hockey, etc) so they get a feel for what each counselor does with their groups. We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. We ask that your child be sent with a mask to wear if needed during the program. If requested we can make sure your child does wear their mask for the duration of the program.The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*The program is limited to 10 kids.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Hedges Half-Day Program - Half-Day Program at Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**Hedges Pond: Our Half-Day Program is one of the most popular programs our department offers. This state of the art facility has basketball nets, a soccer field, an arts and crafts area and much more! To adhere to state guidelines we will have groups of 10 kids, and 1 counselor. Children will be grouped together with similar aged children (and siblings), given a specific group color, and will be together the whole summer (unless the state guidelines change that will allow us the switch the groups later on as we move through the phases). It will be a set schedule for every week and kids will not be able to choose their activities like they have in the past. The Half Day Program consists of three 45 minute sessions.We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. At drop off, families will be asked if they are exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms, etc. Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart).The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*Unfortunately we will not be able to offer the West Elementary Program or Nathaniel Morton Program this summer.  The schools are not allowing any inside or outside use of their facilities because of COVID-19.  **This program is limited to 100 kids.Questions please email Mat Mills at mmills@townhall.plymouth.ma.us
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Private Swim Lessons Session 3
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Semi-Private Swim Lessons Session 3
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Nancy Moncada Soccer Practice
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    PYSF Conditioning
 
Tuesday July 21, 2020
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Pickleball- Outdoors - Pickle Ball- Adult Session D (tu& th)
Come join us down at Stephens Field for the fastest growing sport in America! A Paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels.  The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast paced, competitive game for experienced players.  It’s a fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping pong.  We will provide all the equipment and 3 courts.  (you are more than welcome to bring your own paddles).  Beginners and Experienced players welcome, we will have 3 courts to play on.  Space is limited to the first 20 people registered. YOU MUST REGISTER TO PLAY. THIS IS A PICK UP LEAGUE FORMAT AND NOT AN INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMFor beginners, please check out the following YouTube video to learn the basics of the game: Pickleball Instructional VideoCOVID GUIDELINES:-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). -Limited to 20 players-Masks are recommended-Single play is recommended if you do not feel like you can social distance. Doubles are allowed if you are in the same household or feel like you can properly maintain social distance. -Players who are waiting on the side lines to play must continue to practice social distancing 
 
8:45 AM - 12:15 PM    Counselor in Training (CIT) Program - CIT / Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**This program is for individuals too old for our Half-Day program, but too young to have a job yet. Through this program, individuals will be given the opportunity to work closely with our half-day program staff learning the ropes of the program. This programs is perfect for individuals who will be looking for a job working with children or working at another camp when they are old enough. The CIT will stay with their assigned group for the summer and will learn how to instruct different activities (soccer, basketball, baseball, tennis, playground, arts & crafts, street hockey, etc) so they get a feel for what each counselor does with their groups. We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. We ask that your child be sent with a mask to wear if needed during the program. If requested we can make sure your child does wear their mask for the duration of the program.The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*The program is limited to 10 kids.
 
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM    Yoga - Kripalu - Yoga / Session A- morning
WILL BE HELD OUTDOORS!Looking for a yoga experience that will make you feel fabulous? Under the guidance of our certified instructor, Jayne Sutton, you will explore stretches and postures designed to open up your entire body. Simple breathing techniques will be introduced to help calm the mind and energize your body. Participants must supply their own exercise mat and be able to get up and down from the floor without assistance.Instructor Jayne Sutton THIS IS NOT A DROP IN PROGRAMCOVID GUIDELINES- SPOTS AT LEAST 6 FEET APART SO PARTICIPANTS HAVE ENOUGH ROOM TO STAY ON THEIR MATS-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). - PARTICIPANTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO BRING THEIR OWN BEACH TOWEL (for under yoga mat), YOGA MAT, WATER, SUNSCREEN, BUGSPRAY, HAT, SUNGLASSES ETC.- PORT O JOHNS WILL BE AVAILABLE
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Hedges Half-Day Program - Half-Day Program at Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**Hedges Pond: Our Half-Day Program is one of the most popular programs our department offers. This state of the art facility has basketball nets, a soccer field, an arts and crafts area and much more! To adhere to state guidelines we will have groups of 10 kids, and 1 counselor. Children will be grouped together with similar aged children (and siblings), given a specific group color, and will be together the whole summer (unless the state guidelines change that will allow us the switch the groups later on as we move through the phases). It will be a set schedule for every week and kids will not be able to choose their activities like they have in the past. The Half Day Program consists of three 45 minute sessions.We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. At drop off, families will be asked if they are exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms, etc. Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart).The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*Unfortunately we will not be able to offer the West Elementary Program or Nathaniel Morton Program this summer.  The schools are not allowing any inside or outside use of their facilities because of COVID-19.  **This program is limited to 100 kids.Questions please email Mat Mills at mmills@townhall.plymouth.ma.us
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Private Swim Lessons Session 3
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Semi-Private Swim Lessons Session 3
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM    Little Explorers - Little Explorers Session A
Come explore the wonders of Mother Nature! Catch falling leaves, call out to birds and search for insects! This 4 week program is designed to be a hands on nature exploration with active play and creativity!COVID GUIDELINES:-ADULT MUST BE PRESENT WITH CHILD IF CHILD CANNOT FOLLOW COACHES DIRECTIONS.-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). This applies to both adult and child.
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Aces Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Aces Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Cordage FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
Wednesday July 22, 2020
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Pickleball- Outdoors - Pickle Ball- Adult Session C (m&w)
Come join us down at Stephens Field for the fastest growing sport in America! A Paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels.  The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast paced, competitive game for experienced players.  It’s a fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping pong.  We will provide all the equipment and 3 courts.  (you are more than welcome to bring your own paddles).  Beginners and Experienced players welcome, we will have 3 courts to play on.  Space is limited to the first 20 people registered. YOU MUST REGISTER TO PLAY. THIS IS A PICK UP LEAGUE FORMAT AND NOT AN INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMFor beginners, please check out the following YouTube video to learn the basics of the game: Pickleball Instructional VideoCOVID GUIDELINES:-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). -Limited to 20 players-Masks are recommended-Single play is recommended if you do not feel like you can social distance. Doubles are allowed if you are in the same household or feel like you can properly maintain social distance. -Players who are waiting on the side lines to play must continue to practice social distancing 
 
8:45 AM - 12:15 PM    Counselor in Training (CIT) Program - CIT / Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**This program is for individuals too old for our Half-Day program, but too young to have a job yet. Through this program, individuals will be given the opportunity to work closely with our half-day program staff learning the ropes of the program. This programs is perfect for individuals who will be looking for a job working with children or working at another camp when they are old enough. The CIT will stay with their assigned group for the summer and will learn how to instruct different activities (soccer, basketball, baseball, tennis, playground, arts & crafts, street hockey, etc) so they get a feel for what each counselor does with their groups. We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. We ask that your child be sent with a mask to wear if needed during the program. If requested we can make sure your child does wear their mask for the duration of the program.The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*The program is limited to 10 kids.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Hedges Half-Day Program - Half-Day Program at Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**Hedges Pond: Our Half-Day Program is one of the most popular programs our department offers. This state of the art facility has basketball nets, a soccer field, an arts and crafts area and much more! To adhere to state guidelines we will have groups of 10 kids, and 1 counselor. Children will be grouped together with similar aged children (and siblings), given a specific group color, and will be together the whole summer (unless the state guidelines change that will allow us the switch the groups later on as we move through the phases). It will be a set schedule for every week and kids will not be able to choose their activities like they have in the past. The Half Day Program consists of three 45 minute sessions.We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. At drop off, families will be asked if they are exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms, etc. Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart).The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*Unfortunately we will not be able to offer the West Elementary Program or Nathaniel Morton Program this summer.  The schools are not allowing any inside or outside use of their facilities because of COVID-19.  **This program is limited to 100 kids.Questions please email Mat Mills at mmills@townhall.plymouth.ma.us
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Private Swim Lessons Session 3
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Semi-Private Swim Lessons Session 3
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
4:00 PM - 4:30 PM    Smart Soccer - Summer 2020 Smart Soccer 3 year olds
We have partnered with Global Premier Soccer to offer this is a fun and exciting introduction to soccer for children. With a dynamic and active approach, this program focuses on learning through games and small-sided play. Players experience our ”Smart Soccer” philosophy of promoting fundamental skills and sportsmanship.Special requests for team placement for Smart Soccer will not be accepted, only siblings will be placed on the same team together.**Cleats, shin guards and mouth guard is recommended but not required**Your child must be the correct age for the Smart Soccer program by the start of the program.  There are no exceptions.Outdoor Programs: Due to any weather cancellations, programs could be scheduled a make class that extends beyond the original end date, or at an indoor location. No refunds or credits will be given for make up dates.Fall Info:Registration will open Monday June 22nd for residents and Monday June 29th for non residents.Fall- No Class 10/10, but could be used as a make up day.COVID GUIDELINESPLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE OPERATING UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES. WE HOPE TO HAVE PHASE 3 GUIDELINES BY JULY 6TH WHEN PHASE 3 IS SUPPOSED TO START! - UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THE PARTICIPANTS CANNOT MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCE (6 FT APART). WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO STRUCTURE ALL DRILLS AND ACTIVITIES TO BE SOCIALLY DISTANT. KIDS ARE ENCOURAGED TO WEAR THEIR MASKS UPON ARRIVAL IF THEY CANNOT REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT. - TEAMS OF 10 KIDS OR LESS - SPECTATORS MUST REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT AROUND THE FIELD WHEN THEY WATCH, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THEY CANNOT SOCIALLY DISTANCE.-INSTRUCTORS WILL WEAR A MASK. -YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO BRING YOUR SOCCER BALL TO LESSEN THE POSSIBILITY OF SHARING EQUIPMENT. WE WILL HAVE SOCCER BALLS AVAILABLE TO USE.- ALL EQUIPMENT WILL BE SANITIZED AFTER EACH GROUP.-A SIGNED COVID-19 WAIVER FOR SMART SOCCER TURNED INTO THE REC. OFFICE (NEW WAIVER FOR EVERY ACTIVITY). CHILDREN WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE UNTIL THE COVID-19 WAIVER IS ON FILE. (WAIVER IS ATTACHED IN THE EMAIL)
 
4:45 PM - 5:45 PM    Smart Soccer - Summer 2020 Smart Soccer 4-6 year olds
We have partnered with Global Premier Soccer to offer this is a fun and exciting introduction to soccer for children. With a dynamic and active approach, this program focuses on learning through games and small-sided play. Players experience our ”Smart Soccer” philosophy of promoting fundamental skills and sportsmanship.Special requests for team placement for Smart Soccer will not be accepted, only siblings will be placed on the same team together.**Cleats, shin guards and mouth guard is recommended but not required**Your child must be the correct age for the Smart Soccer program by the start of the program.  There are no exceptions.Outdoor Programs: Due to any weather cancellations, programs could be scheduled a make class that extends beyond the original end date, or at an indoor location. No refunds or credits will be given for make up dates.Fall Info:Registration will open Monday June 22nd for residents and Monday June 29th for non residents.Fall- No Class 10/10, but could be used as a make up day.COVID GUIDELINESPLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE OPERATING UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES. WE HOPE TO HAVE PHASE 3 GUIDELINES BY JULY 6TH WHEN PHASE 3 IS SUPPOSED TO START! - UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THE PARTICIPANTS CANNOT MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCE (6 FT APART). WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO STRUCTURE ALL DRILLS AND ACTIVITIES TO BE SOCIALLY DISTANT. KIDS ARE ENCOURAGED TO WEAR THEIR MASKS UPON ARRIVAL IF THEY CANNOT REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT. - TEAMS OF 10 KIDS OR LESS - SPECTATORS MUST REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT AROUND THE FIELD WHEN THEY WATCH, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THEY CANNOT SOCIALLY DISTANCE.-INSTRUCTORS WILL WEAR A MASK. -YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO BRING YOUR SOCCER BALL TO LESSEN THE POSSIBILITY OF SHARING EQUIPMENT. WE WILL HAVE SOCCER BALLS AVAILABLE TO USE.- ALL EQUIPMENT WILL BE SANITIZED AFTER EACH GROUP.-A SIGNED COVID-19 WAIVER FOR SMART SOCCER TURNED INTO THE REC. OFFICE (NEW WAIVER FOR EVERY ACTIVITY). CHILDREN WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE UNTIL THE COVID-19 WAIVER IS ON FILE. (WAIVER IS ATTACHED IN THE EMAIL)
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Aces Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Aces Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Nancy Moncada Soccer Practice
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    PYSF Conditioning
 
Thursday July 23, 2020
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Pickleball- Outdoors - Pickle Ball- Adult Session D (tu& th)
Come join us down at Stephens Field for the fastest growing sport in America! A Paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels.  The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast paced, competitive game for experienced players.  It’s a fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping pong.  We will provide all the equipment and 3 courts.  (you are more than welcome to bring your own paddles).  Beginners and Experienced players welcome, we will have 3 courts to play on.  Space is limited to the first 20 people registered. YOU MUST REGISTER TO PLAY. THIS IS A PICK UP LEAGUE FORMAT AND NOT AN INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMFor beginners, please check out the following YouTube video to learn the basics of the game: Pickleball Instructional VideoCOVID GUIDELINES:-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). -Limited to 20 players-Masks are recommended-Single play is recommended if you do not feel like you can social distance. Doubles are allowed if you are in the same household or feel like you can properly maintain social distance. -Players who are waiting on the side lines to play must continue to practice social distancing 
 
8:45 AM - 12:15 PM    Counselor in Training (CIT) Program - CIT / Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**This program is for individuals too old for our Half-Day program, but too young to have a job yet. Through this program, individuals will be given the opportunity to work closely with our half-day program staff learning the ropes of the program. This programs is perfect for individuals who will be looking for a job working with children or working at another camp when they are old enough. The CIT will stay with their assigned group for the summer and will learn how to instruct different activities (soccer, basketball, baseball, tennis, playground, arts & crafts, street hockey, etc) so they get a feel for what each counselor does with their groups. We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. We ask that your child be sent with a mask to wear if needed during the program. If requested we can make sure your child does wear their mask for the duration of the program.The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*The program is limited to 10 kids.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Hedges Half-Day Program - Half-Day Program at Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**Hedges Pond: Our Half-Day Program is one of the most popular programs our department offers. This state of the art facility has basketball nets, a soccer field, an arts and crafts area and much more! To adhere to state guidelines we will have groups of 10 kids, and 1 counselor. Children will be grouped together with similar aged children (and siblings), given a specific group color, and will be together the whole summer (unless the state guidelines change that will allow us the switch the groups later on as we move through the phases). It will be a set schedule for every week and kids will not be able to choose their activities like they have in the past. The Half Day Program consists of three 45 minute sessions.We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. At drop off, families will be asked if they are exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms, etc. Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart).The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*Unfortunately we will not be able to offer the West Elementary Program or Nathaniel Morton Program this summer.  The schools are not allowing any inside or outside use of their facilities because of COVID-19.  **This program is limited to 100 kids.Questions please email Mat Mills at mmills@townhall.plymouth.ma.us
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Private Swim Lessons Session 3
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Semi-Private Swim Lessons Session 3
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
2:15 PM - 2:45 PM    T-Ball - Outdoors - Summer T-Ball Session C
This program is designed to keep your favorite t-ball player active during the winter months and to prepare your young athlete for the youth baseball leagues in town. Fee includes instruction and t-shirt.*Please make sure to bring a glove, sneakers and water for your child.Outdoor Programs: Due to any weather cancellations, a make class could be scheduled that extends beyond the original end date, or at an indoor location. No refunds or credits will be given for make up dates.COVID GUIDELINES:PLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE OPERATING UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES. WE HOPE TO HAVE PHASE 3 GUIDELINES BY JULY 6TH WHEN PHASE 3 IS SUPPOSED TO START! - UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THE PARTICIPANTS CANNOT MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCE (6 FT APART). WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO STRUCTURE ALL DRILLS AND ACTIVITIES TO BE SOCIALLY DISTANT. KIDS ARE ENCOURAGED TO WEAR THEIR MASKS UPON ARRIVAL IF THEY CANNOT REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT. - TEAMS OF 10 KIDS OR LESS - NO DUGOUT USE ALLOWED - SPECTATORS MUST REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT AROUND THE FIELD WHEN THEY WATCH, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THEY CANNOT SOCIALLY DISTANCE.-INSTRUCTORS WILL WEAR A MASK - ONLY 2 TEAMS PER FIELD DOING STATIONS. - MUST BRING YOUR OWN GLOVE. YOU ARE ENCOURGED TO BRING YOUR OWN HELMET AND TBALL BAT TO LESSON THE POSSIBILITY OF SHARING EQUIPMENT. - ALL EQUIPMENT WILL BE SANITIZED AFTER EACH GROUP ROTATES TO A NEW STATION.-SIGNED COVID-19 WAIVER FOR TBALL TURNED INTO THE REC. OFFICE (NEW WAIVER FOR EVERY ACTIVITY). CHILDREN WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO PARTICIAPTE UNTIL THE COVID-19
 
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM    T-Ball - Outdoors - Summer T-Ball Session D
This program is designed to keep your favorite t-ball player active during the winter months and to prepare your young athlete for the youth baseball leagues in town. Fee includes instruction and t-shirt.*Please make sure to bring a glove, sneakers and water for your child.Outdoor Programs: Due to any weather cancellations, a make class could be scheduled that extends beyond the original end date, or at an indoor location. No refunds or credits will be given for make up dates.COVID GUIDELINES:PLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE OPERATING UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES. WE HOPE TO HAVE PHASE 3 GUIDELINES BY JULY 6TH WHEN PHASE 3 IS SUPPOSED TO START! - UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THE PARTICIPANTS CANNOT MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCE (6 FT APART). WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO STRUCTURE ALL DRILLS AND ACTIVITIES TO BE SOCIALLY DISTANT. KIDS ARE ENCOURAGED TO WEAR THEIR MASKS UPON ARRIVAL IF THEY CANNOT REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT. - TEAMS OF 10 KIDS OR LESS - NO DUGOUT USE ALLOWED - SPECTATORS MUST REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT AROUND THE FIELD WHEN THEY WATCH, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THEY CANNOT SOCIALLY DISTANCE.-INSTRUCTORS WILL WEAR A MASK - ONLY 2 TEAMS PER FIELD DOING STATIONS. - MUST BRING YOUR OWN GLOVE. YOU ARE ENCOURGED TO BRING YOUR OWN HELMET AND TBALL BAT TO LESSON THE POSSIBILITY OF SHARING EQUIPMENT. - ALL EQUIPMENT WILL BE SANITIZED AFTER EACH GROUP ROTATES TO A NEW STATION.-SIGNED COVID-19 WAIVER FOR TBALL TURNED INTO THE REC. OFFICE (NEW WAIVER FOR EVERY ACTIVITY). CHILDREN WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO PARTICIAPTE UNTIL THE COVID-19
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Aces Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Aces Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Cordage FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Kings Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:30 PM - 6:45 PM    Yoga - Kripalu - Yoga / Session B- evening
WILL BE HELD OUTDOORS!Looking for a yoga experience that will make you feel fabulous? Under the guidance of our certified instructor, Jayne Sutton, you will explore stretches and postures designed to open up your entire body. Simple breathing techniques will be introduced to help calm the mind and energize your body. Participants must supply their own exercise mat and be able to get up and down from the floor without assistance.Instructor Jayne Sutton THIS IS NOT A DROP IN PROGRAMCOVID GUIDELINES- SPOTS AT LEAST 6 FEET APART SO PARTICIPANTS HAVE ENOUGH ROOM TO STAY ON THEIR MATS-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). - PARTICIPANTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO BRING THEIR OWN BEACH TOWEL (for under yoga mat), YOGA MAT, WATER, SUNSCREEN, BUGSPRAY, HAT, SUNGLASSES ETC.- PORT O JOHNS WILL BE AVAILABLE
 
Friday July 24, 2020
8:45 AM - 12:15 PM    Counselor in Training (CIT) Program - CIT / Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**This program is for individuals too old for our Half-Day program, but too young to have a job yet. Through this program, individuals will be given the opportunity to work closely with our half-day program staff learning the ropes of the program. This programs is perfect for individuals who will be looking for a job working with children or working at another camp when they are old enough. The CIT will stay with their assigned group for the summer and will learn how to instruct different activities (soccer, basketball, baseball, tennis, playground, arts & crafts, street hockey, etc) so they get a feel for what each counselor does with their groups. We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. We ask that your child be sent with a mask to wear if needed during the program. If requested we can make sure your child does wear their mask for the duration of the program.The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*The program is limited to 10 kids.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Hedges Half-Day Program - Half-Day Program at Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**Hedges Pond: Our Half-Day Program is one of the most popular programs our department offers. This state of the art facility has basketball nets, a soccer field, an arts and crafts area and much more! To adhere to state guidelines we will have groups of 10 kids, and 1 counselor. Children will be grouped together with similar aged children (and siblings), given a specific group color, and will be together the whole summer (unless the state guidelines change that will allow us the switch the groups later on as we move through the phases). It will be a set schedule for every week and kids will not be able to choose their activities like they have in the past. The Half Day Program consists of three 45 minute sessions.We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. At drop off, families will be asked if they are exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms, etc. Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart).The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*Unfortunately we will not be able to offer the West Elementary Program or Nathaniel Morton Program this summer.  The schools are not allowing any inside or outside use of their facilities because of COVID-19.  **This program is limited to 100 kids.Questions please email Mat Mills at mmills@townhall.plymouth.ma.us
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Private Swim Lessons Session 3
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Area X Baseball Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
Saturday July 25, 2020
8:00 AM - 11:30 AM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM    PYBS U12 Eagles Games
 
Sunday July 26, 2020
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Aces Lacrosse Practice
 
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM    PYBS 11U Eagles Games
 
Monday July 27, 2020
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Pickleball- Outdoors - Pickle Ball- Adult Session C (m&w)
Come join us down at Stephens Field for the fastest growing sport in America! A Paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels.  The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast paced, competitive game for experienced players.  It’s a fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping pong.  We will provide all the equipment and 3 courts.  (you are more than welcome to bring your own paddles).  Beginners and Experienced players welcome, we will have 3 courts to play on.  Space is limited to the first 20 people registered. YOU MUST REGISTER TO PLAY. THIS IS A PICK UP LEAGUE FORMAT AND NOT AN INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMFor beginners, please check out the following YouTube video to learn the basics of the game: Pickleball Instructional VideoCOVID GUIDELINES:-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). -Limited to 20 players-Masks are recommended-Single play is recommended if you do not feel like you can social distance. Doubles are allowed if you are in the same household or feel like you can properly maintain social distance. -Players who are waiting on the side lines to play must continue to practice social distancing 
 
8:45 AM - 12:15 PM    Counselor in Training (CIT) Program - CIT / Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**This program is for individuals too old for our Half-Day program, but too young to have a job yet. Through this program, individuals will be given the opportunity to work closely with our half-day program staff learning the ropes of the program. This programs is perfect for individuals who will be looking for a job working with children or working at another camp when they are old enough. The CIT will stay with their assigned group for the summer and will learn how to instruct different activities (soccer, basketball, baseball, tennis, playground, arts & crafts, street hockey, etc) so they get a feel for what each counselor does with their groups. We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. We ask that your child be sent with a mask to wear if needed during the program. If requested we can make sure your child does wear their mask for the duration of the program.The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*The program is limited to 10 kids.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Hedges Half-Day Program - Half-Day Program at Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**Hedges Pond: Our Half-Day Program is one of the most popular programs our department offers. This state of the art facility has basketball nets, a soccer field, an arts and crafts area and much more! To adhere to state guidelines we will have groups of 10 kids, and 1 counselor. Children will be grouped together with similar aged children (and siblings), given a specific group color, and will be together the whole summer (unless the state guidelines change that will allow us the switch the groups later on as we move through the phases). It will be a set schedule for every week and kids will not be able to choose their activities like they have in the past. The Half Day Program consists of three 45 minute sessions.We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. At drop off, families will be asked if they are exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms, etc. Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart).The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*Unfortunately we will not be able to offer the West Elementary Program or Nathaniel Morton Program this summer.  The schools are not allowing any inside or outside use of their facilities because of COVID-19.  **This program is limited to 100 kids.Questions please email Mat Mills at mmills@townhall.plymouth.ma.us
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Teixeira Soccer Academy Clinic
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Teixeira Soccer Academy Clinic
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Private Swim Lessons Session 4
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Semi-Private Swim Lessons Session 4
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Area X Baseball Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Nancy Moncada Soccer Practice
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    PYSF Conditioning
 
Tuesday July 28, 2020
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Pickleball- Outdoors - Pickle Ball- Adult Session D (tu& th)
Come join us down at Stephens Field for the fastest growing sport in America! A Paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels.  The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast paced, competitive game for experienced players.  It’s a fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping pong.  We will provide all the equipment and 3 courts.  (you are more than welcome to bring your own paddles).  Beginners and Experienced players welcome, we will have 3 courts to play on.  Space is limited to the first 20 people registered. YOU MUST REGISTER TO PLAY. THIS IS A PICK UP LEAGUE FORMAT AND NOT AN INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMFor beginners, please check out the following YouTube video to learn the basics of the game: Pickleball Instructional VideoCOVID GUIDELINES:-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). -Limited to 20 players-Masks are recommended-Single play is recommended if you do not feel like you can social distance. Doubles are allowed if you are in the same household or feel like you can properly maintain social distance. -Players who are waiting on the side lines to play must continue to practice social distancing 
 
8:45 AM - 12:15 PM    Counselor in Training (CIT) Program - CIT / Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**This program is for individuals too old for our Half-Day program, but too young to have a job yet. Through this program, individuals will be given the opportunity to work closely with our half-day program staff learning the ropes of the program. This programs is perfect for individuals who will be looking for a job working with children or working at another camp when they are old enough. The CIT will stay with their assigned group for the summer and will learn how to instruct different activities (soccer, basketball, baseball, tennis, playground, arts & crafts, street hockey, etc) so they get a feel for what each counselor does with their groups. We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. We ask that your child be sent with a mask to wear if needed during the program. If requested we can make sure your child does wear their mask for the duration of the program.The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*The program is limited to 10 kids.
 
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM    Yoga - Kripalu - Yoga / Session A- morning
WILL BE HELD OUTDOORS!Looking for a yoga experience that will make you feel fabulous? Under the guidance of our certified instructor, Jayne Sutton, you will explore stretches and postures designed to open up your entire body. Simple breathing techniques will be introduced to help calm the mind and energize your body. Participants must supply their own exercise mat and be able to get up and down from the floor without assistance.Instructor Jayne Sutton THIS IS NOT A DROP IN PROGRAMCOVID GUIDELINES- SPOTS AT LEAST 6 FEET APART SO PARTICIPANTS HAVE ENOUGH ROOM TO STAY ON THEIR MATS-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). - PARTICIPANTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO BRING THEIR OWN BEACH TOWEL (for under yoga mat), YOGA MAT, WATER, SUNSCREEN, BUGSPRAY, HAT, SUNGLASSES ETC.- PORT O JOHNS WILL BE AVAILABLE
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Hedges Half-Day Program - Half-Day Program at Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**Hedges Pond: Our Half-Day Program is one of the most popular programs our department offers. This state of the art facility has basketball nets, a soccer field, an arts and crafts area and much more! To adhere to state guidelines we will have groups of 10 kids, and 1 counselor. Children will be grouped together with similar aged children (and siblings), given a specific group color, and will be together the whole summer (unless the state guidelines change that will allow us the switch the groups later on as we move through the phases). It will be a set schedule for every week and kids will not be able to choose their activities like they have in the past. The Half Day Program consists of three 45 minute sessions.We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. At drop off, families will be asked if they are exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms, etc. Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart).The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*Unfortunately we will not be able to offer the West Elementary Program or Nathaniel Morton Program this summer.  The schools are not allowing any inside or outside use of their facilities because of COVID-19.  **This program is limited to 100 kids.Questions please email Mat Mills at mmills@townhall.plymouth.ma.us
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Teixeira Soccer Academy Clinic
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Teixeira Soccer Academy Clinic
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Private Swim Lessons Session 4
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Semi-Private Swim Lessons Session 4
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM    Little Explorers - Little Explorers Session A
Come explore the wonders of Mother Nature! Catch falling leaves, call out to birds and search for insects! This 4 week program is designed to be a hands on nature exploration with active play and creativity!COVID GUIDELINES:-ADULT MUST BE PRESENT WITH CHILD IF CHILD CANNOT FOLLOW COACHES DIRECTIONS.-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). This applies to both adult and child.
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Aces Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Aces Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Kings Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
Wednesday July 29, 2020
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Pickleball- Outdoors - Pickle Ball- Adult Session C (m&w)
Come join us down at Stephens Field for the fastest growing sport in America! A Paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels.  The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast paced, competitive game for experienced players.  It’s a fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping pong.  We will provide all the equipment and 3 courts.  (you are more than welcome to bring your own paddles).  Beginners and Experienced players welcome, we will have 3 courts to play on.  Space is limited to the first 20 people registered. YOU MUST REGISTER TO PLAY. THIS IS A PICK UP LEAGUE FORMAT AND NOT AN INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMFor beginners, please check out the following YouTube video to learn the basics of the game: Pickleball Instructional VideoCOVID GUIDELINES:-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). -Limited to 20 players-Masks are recommended-Single play is recommended if you do not feel like you can social distance. Doubles are allowed if you are in the same household or feel like you can properly maintain social distance. -Players who are waiting on the side lines to play must continue to practice social distancing 
 
8:45 AM - 12:15 PM    Counselor in Training (CIT) Program - CIT / Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**This program is for individuals too old for our Half-Day program, but too young to have a job yet. Through this program, individuals will be given the opportunity to work closely with our half-day program staff learning the ropes of the program. This programs is perfect for individuals who will be looking for a job working with children or working at another camp when they are old enough. The CIT will stay with their assigned group for the summer and will learn how to instruct different activities (soccer, basketball, baseball, tennis, playground, arts & crafts, street hockey, etc) so they get a feel for what each counselor does with their groups. We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. We ask that your child be sent with a mask to wear if needed during the program. If requested we can make sure your child does wear their mask for the duration of the program.The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*The program is limited to 10 kids.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Hedges Half-Day Program - Half-Day Program at Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**Hedges Pond: Our Half-Day Program is one of the most popular programs our department offers. This state of the art facility has basketball nets, a soccer field, an arts and crafts area and much more! To adhere to state guidelines we will have groups of 10 kids, and 1 counselor. Children will be grouped together with similar aged children (and siblings), given a specific group color, and will be together the whole summer (unless the state guidelines change that will allow us the switch the groups later on as we move through the phases). It will be a set schedule for every week and kids will not be able to choose their activities like they have in the past. The Half Day Program consists of three 45 minute sessions.We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. At drop off, families will be asked if they are exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms, etc. Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart).The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*Unfortunately we will not be able to offer the West Elementary Program or Nathaniel Morton Program this summer.  The schools are not allowing any inside or outside use of their facilities because of COVID-19.  **This program is limited to 100 kids.Questions please email Mat Mills at mmills@townhall.plymouth.ma.us
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Teixeira Soccer Academy Clinic
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Teixeira Soccer Academy Clinic
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Private Swim Lessons Session 4
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Semi-Private Swim Lessons Session 4
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
4:00 PM - 4:30 PM    Smart Soccer - Summer 2020 Smart Soccer 3 year olds
We have partnered with Global Premier Soccer to offer this is a fun and exciting introduction to soccer for children. With a dynamic and active approach, this program focuses on learning through games and small-sided play. Players experience our ”Smart Soccer” philosophy of promoting fundamental skills and sportsmanship.Special requests for team placement for Smart Soccer will not be accepted, only siblings will be placed on the same team together.**Cleats, shin guards and mouth guard is recommended but not required**Your child must be the correct age for the Smart Soccer program by the start of the program.  There are no exceptions.Outdoor Programs: Due to any weather cancellations, programs could be scheduled a make class that extends beyond the original end date, or at an indoor location. No refunds or credits will be given for make up dates.Fall Info:Registration will open Monday June 22nd for residents and Monday June 29th for non residents.Fall- No Class 10/10, but could be used as a make up day.COVID GUIDELINESPLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE OPERATING UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES. WE HOPE TO HAVE PHASE 3 GUIDELINES BY JULY 6TH WHEN PHASE 3 IS SUPPOSED TO START! - UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THE PARTICIPANTS CANNOT MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCE (6 FT APART). WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO STRUCTURE ALL DRILLS AND ACTIVITIES TO BE SOCIALLY DISTANT. KIDS ARE ENCOURAGED TO WEAR THEIR MASKS UPON ARRIVAL IF THEY CANNOT REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT. - TEAMS OF 10 KIDS OR LESS - SPECTATORS MUST REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT AROUND THE FIELD WHEN THEY WATCH, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THEY CANNOT SOCIALLY DISTANCE.-INSTRUCTORS WILL WEAR A MASK. -YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO BRING YOUR SOCCER BALL TO LESSEN THE POSSIBILITY OF SHARING EQUIPMENT. WE WILL HAVE SOCCER BALLS AVAILABLE TO USE.- ALL EQUIPMENT WILL BE SANITIZED AFTER EACH GROUP.-A SIGNED COVID-19 WAIVER FOR SMART SOCCER TURNED INTO THE REC. OFFICE (NEW WAIVER FOR EVERY ACTIVITY). CHILDREN WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE UNTIL THE COVID-19 WAIVER IS ON FILE. (WAIVER IS ATTACHED IN THE EMAIL)
 
4:45 PM - 5:45 PM    Smart Soccer - Summer 2020 Smart Soccer 4-6 year olds
We have partnered with Global Premier Soccer to offer this is a fun and exciting introduction to soccer for children. With a dynamic and active approach, this program focuses on learning through games and small-sided play. Players experience our ”Smart Soccer” philosophy of promoting fundamental skills and sportsmanship.Special requests for team placement for Smart Soccer will not be accepted, only siblings will be placed on the same team together.**Cleats, shin guards and mouth guard is recommended but not required**Your child must be the correct age for the Smart Soccer program by the start of the program.  There are no exceptions.Outdoor Programs: Due to any weather cancellations, programs could be scheduled a make class that extends beyond the original end date, or at an indoor location. No refunds or credits will be given for make up dates.Fall Info:Registration will open Monday June 22nd for residents and Monday June 29th for non residents.Fall- No Class 10/10, but could be used as a make up day.COVID GUIDELINESPLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE OPERATING UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES. WE HOPE TO HAVE PHASE 3 GUIDELINES BY JULY 6TH WHEN PHASE 3 IS SUPPOSED TO START! - UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THE PARTICIPANTS CANNOT MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCE (6 FT APART). WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO STRUCTURE ALL DRILLS AND ACTIVITIES TO BE SOCIALLY DISTANT. KIDS ARE ENCOURAGED TO WEAR THEIR MASKS UPON ARRIVAL IF THEY CANNOT REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT. - TEAMS OF 10 KIDS OR LESS - SPECTATORS MUST REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT AROUND THE FIELD WHEN THEY WATCH, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THEY CANNOT SOCIALLY DISTANCE.-INSTRUCTORS WILL WEAR A MASK. -YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO BRING YOUR SOCCER BALL TO LESSEN THE POSSIBILITY OF SHARING EQUIPMENT. WE WILL HAVE SOCCER BALLS AVAILABLE TO USE.- ALL EQUIPMENT WILL BE SANITIZED AFTER EACH GROUP.-A SIGNED COVID-19 WAIVER FOR SMART SOCCER TURNED INTO THE REC. OFFICE (NEW WAIVER FOR EVERY ACTIVITY). CHILDREN WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE UNTIL THE COVID-19 WAIVER IS ON FILE. (WAIVER IS ATTACHED IN THE EMAIL)
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Aces Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Aces Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Nancy Moncada Soccer Practice
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    PYSF Conditioning
 
Thursday July 30, 2020
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Pickleball- Outdoors - Pickle Ball- Adult Session D (tu& th)
Come join us down at Stephens Field for the fastest growing sport in America! A Paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels.  The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast paced, competitive game for experienced players.  It’s a fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping pong.  We will provide all the equipment and 3 courts.  (you are more than welcome to bring your own paddles).  Beginners and Experienced players welcome, we will have 3 courts to play on.  Space is limited to the first 20 people registered. YOU MUST REGISTER TO PLAY. THIS IS A PICK UP LEAGUE FORMAT AND NOT AN INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMFor beginners, please check out the following YouTube video to learn the basics of the game: Pickleball Instructional VideoCOVID GUIDELINES:-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). -Limited to 20 players-Masks are recommended-Single play is recommended if you do not feel like you can social distance. Doubles are allowed if you are in the same household or feel like you can properly maintain social distance. -Players who are waiting on the side lines to play must continue to practice social distancing 
 
8:45 AM - 12:15 PM    Counselor in Training (CIT) Program - CIT / Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**This program is for individuals too old for our Half-Day program, but too young to have a job yet. Through this program, individuals will be given the opportunity to work closely with our half-day program staff learning the ropes of the program. This programs is perfect for individuals who will be looking for a job working with children or working at another camp when they are old enough. The CIT will stay with their assigned group for the summer and will learn how to instruct different activities (soccer, basketball, baseball, tennis, playground, arts & crafts, street hockey, etc) so they get a feel for what each counselor does with their groups. We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. We ask that your child be sent with a mask to wear if needed during the program. If requested we can make sure your child does wear their mask for the duration of the program.The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*The program is limited to 10 kids.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Hedges Half-Day Program - Half-Day Program at Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**Hedges Pond: Our Half-Day Program is one of the most popular programs our department offers. This state of the art facility has basketball nets, a soccer field, an arts and crafts area and much more! To adhere to state guidelines we will have groups of 10 kids, and 1 counselor. Children will be grouped together with similar aged children (and siblings), given a specific group color, and will be together the whole summer (unless the state guidelines change that will allow us the switch the groups later on as we move through the phases). It will be a set schedule for every week and kids will not be able to choose their activities like they have in the past. The Half Day Program consists of three 45 minute sessions.We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. At drop off, families will be asked if they are exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms, etc. Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart).The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*Unfortunately we will not be able to offer the West Elementary Program or Nathaniel Morton Program this summer.  The schools are not allowing any inside or outside use of their facilities because of COVID-19.  **This program is limited to 100 kids.Questions please email Mat Mills at mmills@townhall.plymouth.ma.us
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Teixeira Soccer Academy Clinic
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Teixeira Soccer Academy Clinic
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Private Swim Lessons Session 4
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Semi-Private Swim Lessons Session 4
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
2:15 PM - 2:45 PM    T-Ball - Outdoors - Summer T-Ball Session C
This program is designed to keep your favorite t-ball player active during the winter months and to prepare your young athlete for the youth baseball leagues in town. Fee includes instruction and t-shirt.*Please make sure to bring a glove, sneakers and water for your child.Outdoor Programs: Due to any weather cancellations, a make class could be scheduled that extends beyond the original end date, or at an indoor location. No refunds or credits will be given for make up dates.COVID GUIDELINES:PLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE OPERATING UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES. WE HOPE TO HAVE PHASE 3 GUIDELINES BY JULY 6TH WHEN PHASE 3 IS SUPPOSED TO START! - UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THE PARTICIPANTS CANNOT MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCE (6 FT APART). WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO STRUCTURE ALL DRILLS AND ACTIVITIES TO BE SOCIALLY DISTANT. KIDS ARE ENCOURAGED TO WEAR THEIR MASKS UPON ARRIVAL IF THEY CANNOT REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT. - TEAMS OF 10 KIDS OR LESS - NO DUGOUT USE ALLOWED - SPECTATORS MUST REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT AROUND THE FIELD WHEN THEY WATCH, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THEY CANNOT SOCIALLY DISTANCE.-INSTRUCTORS WILL WEAR A MASK - ONLY 2 TEAMS PER FIELD DOING STATIONS. - MUST BRING YOUR OWN GLOVE. YOU ARE ENCOURGED TO BRING YOUR OWN HELMET AND TBALL BAT TO LESSON THE POSSIBILITY OF SHARING EQUIPMENT. - ALL EQUIPMENT WILL BE SANITIZED AFTER EACH GROUP ROTATES TO A NEW STATION.-SIGNED COVID-19 WAIVER FOR TBALL TURNED INTO THE REC. OFFICE (NEW WAIVER FOR EVERY ACTIVITY). CHILDREN WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO PARTICIAPTE UNTIL THE COVID-19
 
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM    T-Ball - Outdoors - Summer T-Ball Session D
This program is designed to keep your favorite t-ball player active during the winter months and to prepare your young athlete for the youth baseball leagues in town. Fee includes instruction and t-shirt.*Please make sure to bring a glove, sneakers and water for your child.Outdoor Programs: Due to any weather cancellations, a make class could be scheduled that extends beyond the original end date, or at an indoor location. No refunds or credits will be given for make up dates.COVID GUIDELINES:PLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE OPERATING UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES. WE HOPE TO HAVE PHASE 3 GUIDELINES BY JULY 6TH WHEN PHASE 3 IS SUPPOSED TO START! - UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THE PARTICIPANTS CANNOT MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCE (6 FT APART). WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO STRUCTURE ALL DRILLS AND ACTIVITIES TO BE SOCIALLY DISTANT. KIDS ARE ENCOURAGED TO WEAR THEIR MASKS UPON ARRIVAL IF THEY CANNOT REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT. - TEAMS OF 10 KIDS OR LESS - NO DUGOUT USE ALLOWED - SPECTATORS MUST REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT AROUND THE FIELD WHEN THEY WATCH, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THEY CANNOT SOCIALLY DISTANCE.-INSTRUCTORS WILL WEAR A MASK - ONLY 2 TEAMS PER FIELD DOING STATIONS. - MUST BRING YOUR OWN GLOVE. YOU ARE ENCOURGED TO BRING YOUR OWN HELMET AND TBALL BAT TO LESSON THE POSSIBILITY OF SHARING EQUIPMENT. - ALL EQUIPMENT WILL BE SANITIZED AFTER EACH GROUP ROTATES TO A NEW STATION.-SIGNED COVID-19 WAIVER FOR TBALL TURNED INTO THE REC. OFFICE (NEW WAIVER FOR EVERY ACTIVITY). CHILDREN WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO PARTICIAPTE UNTIL THE COVID-19
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Basketball Shooting Clinic - Basketball Shooting Clinic
The goal of our basketball shooting clinic is to teach the players the basic fundamentals of shooting a basketball. Players will practice stance and balance, shot pocket, grip, release points, jumping and landing, and following through.  Most kids favorites part of basketball is shooting, so kids will love this all shooting clinic!  
 
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Area X Baseball Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Aces Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Aces Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Kings Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:30 PM - 6:45 PM    Yoga - Kripalu - Yoga / Session B- evening
WILL BE HELD OUTDOORS!Looking for a yoga experience that will make you feel fabulous? Under the guidance of our certified instructor, Jayne Sutton, you will explore stretches and postures designed to open up your entire body. Simple breathing techniques will be introduced to help calm the mind and energize your body. Participants must supply their own exercise mat and be able to get up and down from the floor without assistance.Instructor Jayne Sutton THIS IS NOT A DROP IN PROGRAMCOVID GUIDELINES- SPOTS AT LEAST 6 FEET APART SO PARTICIPANTS HAVE ENOUGH ROOM TO STAY ON THEIR MATS-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). - PARTICIPANTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO BRING THEIR OWN BEACH TOWEL (for under yoga mat), YOGA MAT, WATER, SUNSCREEN, BUGSPRAY, HAT, SUNGLASSES ETC.- PORT O JOHNS WILL BE AVAILABLE
 
Friday July 31, 2020
8:45 AM - 12:15 PM    Counselor in Training (CIT) Program - CIT / Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**This program is for individuals too old for our Half-Day program, but too young to have a job yet. Through this program, individuals will be given the opportunity to work closely with our half-day program staff learning the ropes of the program. This programs is perfect for individuals who will be looking for a job working with children or working at another camp when they are old enough. The CIT will stay with their assigned group for the summer and will learn how to instruct different activities (soccer, basketball, baseball, tennis, playground, arts & crafts, street hockey, etc) so they get a feel for what each counselor does with their groups. We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. We ask that your child be sent with a mask to wear if needed during the program. If requested we can make sure your child does wear their mask for the duration of the program.The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*The program is limited to 10 kids.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Hedges Half-Day Program - Half-Day Program at Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**Hedges Pond: Our Half-Day Program is one of the most popular programs our department offers. This state of the art facility has basketball nets, a soccer field, an arts and crafts area and much more! To adhere to state guidelines we will have groups of 10 kids, and 1 counselor. Children will be grouped together with similar aged children (and siblings), given a specific group color, and will be together the whole summer (unless the state guidelines change that will allow us the switch the groups later on as we move through the phases). It will be a set schedule for every week and kids will not be able to choose their activities like they have in the past. The Half Day Program consists of three 45 minute sessions.We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. At drop off, families will be asked if they are exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms, etc. Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart).The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*Unfortunately we will not be able to offer the West Elementary Program or Nathaniel Morton Program this summer.  The schools are not allowing any inside or outside use of their facilities because of COVID-19.  **This program is limited to 100 kids.Questions please email Mat Mills at mmills@townhall.plymouth.ma.us
 
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Area X Baseball Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
Saturday August 1, 2020
8:00 AM - 11:30 AM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Area X Baseball Games
 
Sunday August 2, 2020
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    CABL Baseball Games
 
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM    PYBS 11U Eagles Games
 
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Aces Lacrosse Practice
 
Monday August 3, 2020
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Pickleball- Outdoors - Pickle Ball- Adult Session C (m&w)
Come join us down at Stephens Field for the fastest growing sport in America! A Paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels.  The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast paced, competitive game for experienced players.  It’s a fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping pong.  We will provide all the equipment and 3 courts.  (you are more than welcome to bring your own paddles).  Beginners and Experienced players welcome, we will have 3 courts to play on.  Space is limited to the first 20 people registered. YOU MUST REGISTER TO PLAY. THIS IS A PICK UP LEAGUE FORMAT AND NOT AN INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMFor beginners, please check out the following YouTube video to learn the basics of the game: Pickleball Instructional VideoCOVID GUIDELINES:-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). -Limited to 20 players-Masks are recommended-Single play is recommended if you do not feel like you can social distance. Doubles are allowed if you are in the same household or feel like you can properly maintain social distance. -Players who are waiting on the side lines to play must continue to practice social distancing 
 
8:45 AM - 12:15 PM    Counselor in Training (CIT) Program - CIT / Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**This program is for individuals too old for our Half-Day program, but too young to have a job yet. Through this program, individuals will be given the opportunity to work closely with our half-day program staff learning the ropes of the program. This programs is perfect for individuals who will be looking for a job working with children or working at another camp when they are old enough. The CIT will stay with their assigned group for the summer and will learn how to instruct different activities (soccer, basketball, baseball, tennis, playground, arts & crafts, street hockey, etc) so they get a feel for what each counselor does with their groups. We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. We ask that your child be sent with a mask to wear if needed during the program. If requested we can make sure your child does wear their mask for the duration of the program.The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*The program is limited to 10 kids.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Hedges Half-Day Program - Half-Day Program at Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**Hedges Pond: Our Half-Day Program is one of the most popular programs our department offers. This state of the art facility has basketball nets, a soccer field, an arts and crafts area and much more! To adhere to state guidelines we will have groups of 10 kids, and 1 counselor. Children will be grouped together with similar aged children (and siblings), given a specific group color, and will be together the whole summer (unless the state guidelines change that will allow us the switch the groups later on as we move through the phases). It will be a set schedule for every week and kids will not be able to choose their activities like they have in the past. The Half Day Program consists of three 45 minute sessions.We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. At drop off, families will be asked if they are exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms, etc. Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart).The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*Unfortunately we will not be able to offer the West Elementary Program or Nathaniel Morton Program this summer.  The schools are not allowing any inside or outside use of their facilities because of COVID-19.  **This program is limited to 100 kids.Questions please email Mat Mills at mmills@townhall.plymouth.ma.us
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Private Swim Lessons Session 5
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Semi-Private Swim Lessons Session 5
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
Tuesday August 4, 2020
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Pickleball- Outdoors - Pickle Ball- Adult Session D (tu& th)
Come join us down at Stephens Field for the fastest growing sport in America! A Paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels.  The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast paced, competitive game for experienced players.  It’s a fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping pong.  We will provide all the equipment and 3 courts.  (you are more than welcome to bring your own paddles).  Beginners and Experienced players welcome, we will have 3 courts to play on.  Space is limited to the first 20 people registered. YOU MUST REGISTER TO PLAY. THIS IS A PICK UP LEAGUE FORMAT AND NOT AN INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMFor beginners, please check out the following YouTube video to learn the basics of the game: Pickleball Instructional VideoCOVID GUIDELINES:-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). -Limited to 20 players-Masks are recommended-Single play is recommended if you do not feel like you can social distance. Doubles are allowed if you are in the same household or feel like you can properly maintain social distance. -Players who are waiting on the side lines to play must continue to practice social distancing 
 
8:45 AM - 12:15 PM    Counselor in Training (CIT) Program - CIT / Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**This program is for individuals too old for our Half-Day program, but too young to have a job yet. Through this program, individuals will be given the opportunity to work closely with our half-day program staff learning the ropes of the program. This programs is perfect for individuals who will be looking for a job working with children or working at another camp when they are old enough. The CIT will stay with their assigned group for the summer and will learn how to instruct different activities (soccer, basketball, baseball, tennis, playground, arts & crafts, street hockey, etc) so they get a feel for what each counselor does with their groups. We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. We ask that your child be sent with a mask to wear if needed during the program. If requested we can make sure your child does wear their mask for the duration of the program.The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*The program is limited to 10 kids.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Hedges Half-Day Program - Half-Day Program at Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**Hedges Pond: Our Half-Day Program is one of the most popular programs our department offers. This state of the art facility has basketball nets, a soccer field, an arts and crafts area and much more! To adhere to state guidelines we will have groups of 10 kids, and 1 counselor. Children will be grouped together with similar aged children (and siblings), given a specific group color, and will be together the whole summer (unless the state guidelines change that will allow us the switch the groups later on as we move through the phases). It will be a set schedule for every week and kids will not be able to choose their activities like they have in the past. The Half Day Program consists of three 45 minute sessions.We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. At drop off, families will be asked if they are exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms, etc. Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart).The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*Unfortunately we will not be able to offer the West Elementary Program or Nathaniel Morton Program this summer.  The schools are not allowing any inside or outside use of their facilities because of COVID-19.  **This program is limited to 100 kids.Questions please email Mat Mills at mmills@townhall.plymouth.ma.us
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Private Swim Lessons Session 5
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Semi-Private Swim Lessons Session 5
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Area X Baseball Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Aces Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Aces Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
Wednesday August 5, 2020
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Pickleball- Outdoors - Pickle Ball- Adult Session C (m&w)
Come join us down at Stephens Field for the fastest growing sport in America! A Paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels.  The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast paced, competitive game for experienced players.  It’s a fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping pong.  We will provide all the equipment and 3 courts.  (you are more than welcome to bring your own paddles).  Beginners and Experienced players welcome, we will have 3 courts to play on.  Space is limited to the first 20 people registered. YOU MUST REGISTER TO PLAY. THIS IS A PICK UP LEAGUE FORMAT AND NOT AN INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMFor beginners, please check out the following YouTube video to learn the basics of the game: Pickleball Instructional VideoCOVID GUIDELINES:-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). -Limited to 20 players-Masks are recommended-Single play is recommended if you do not feel like you can social distance. Doubles are allowed if you are in the same household or feel like you can properly maintain social distance. -Players who are waiting on the side lines to play must continue to practice social distancing 
 
8:45 AM - 12:15 PM    Counselor in Training (CIT) Program - CIT / Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**This program is for individuals too old for our Half-Day program, but too young to have a job yet. Through this program, individuals will be given the opportunity to work closely with our half-day program staff learning the ropes of the program. This programs is perfect for individuals who will be looking for a job working with children or working at another camp when they are old enough. The CIT will stay with their assigned group for the summer and will learn how to instruct different activities (soccer, basketball, baseball, tennis, playground, arts & crafts, street hockey, etc) so they get a feel for what each counselor does with their groups. We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. We ask that your child be sent with a mask to wear if needed during the program. If requested we can make sure your child does wear their mask for the duration of the program.The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*The program is limited to 10 kids.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Hedges Half-Day Program - Half-Day Program at Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**Hedges Pond: Our Half-Day Program is one of the most popular programs our department offers. This state of the art facility has basketball nets, a soccer field, an arts and crafts area and much more! To adhere to state guidelines we will have groups of 10 kids, and 1 counselor. Children will be grouped together with similar aged children (and siblings), given a specific group color, and will be together the whole summer (unless the state guidelines change that will allow us the switch the groups later on as we move through the phases). It will be a set schedule for every week and kids will not be able to choose their activities like they have in the past. The Half Day Program consists of three 45 minute sessions.We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. At drop off, families will be asked if they are exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms, etc. Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart).The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*Unfortunately we will not be able to offer the West Elementary Program or Nathaniel Morton Program this summer.  The schools are not allowing any inside or outside use of their facilities because of COVID-19.  **This program is limited to 100 kids.Questions please email Mat Mills at mmills@townhall.plymouth.ma.us
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Private Swim Lessons Session 5
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Semi-Private Swim Lessons Session 5
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
4:00 PM - 4:30 PM    Smart Soccer - Summer 2020 Smart Soccer 3 year olds
We have partnered with Global Premier Soccer to offer this is a fun and exciting introduction to soccer for children. With a dynamic and active approach, this program focuses on learning through games and small-sided play. Players experience our ”Smart Soccer” philosophy of promoting fundamental skills and sportsmanship.Special requests for team placement for Smart Soccer will not be accepted, only siblings will be placed on the same team together.**Cleats, shin guards and mouth guard is recommended but not required**Your child must be the correct age for the Smart Soccer program by the start of the program.  There are no exceptions.Outdoor Programs: Due to any weather cancellations, programs could be scheduled a make class that extends beyond the original end date, or at an indoor location. No refunds or credits will be given for make up dates.Fall Info:Registration will open Monday June 22nd for residents and Monday June 29th for non residents.Fall- No Class 10/10, but could be used as a make up day.COVID GUIDELINESPLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE OPERATING UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES. WE HOPE TO HAVE PHASE 3 GUIDELINES BY JULY 6TH WHEN PHASE 3 IS SUPPOSED TO START! - UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THE PARTICIPANTS CANNOT MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCE (6 FT APART). WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO STRUCTURE ALL DRILLS AND ACTIVITIES TO BE SOCIALLY DISTANT. KIDS ARE ENCOURAGED TO WEAR THEIR MASKS UPON ARRIVAL IF THEY CANNOT REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT. - TEAMS OF 10 KIDS OR LESS - SPECTATORS MUST REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT AROUND THE FIELD WHEN THEY WATCH, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THEY CANNOT SOCIALLY DISTANCE.-INSTRUCTORS WILL WEAR A MASK. -YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO BRING YOUR SOCCER BALL TO LESSEN THE POSSIBILITY OF SHARING EQUIPMENT. WE WILL HAVE SOCCER BALLS AVAILABLE TO USE.- ALL EQUIPMENT WILL BE SANITIZED AFTER EACH GROUP.-A SIGNED COVID-19 WAIVER FOR SMART SOCCER TURNED INTO THE REC. OFFICE (NEW WAIVER FOR EVERY ACTIVITY). CHILDREN WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE UNTIL THE COVID-19 WAIVER IS ON FILE. (WAIVER IS ATTACHED IN THE EMAIL)
 
4:45 PM - 5:45 PM    Smart Soccer - Summer 2020 Smart Soccer 4-6 year olds
We have partnered with Global Premier Soccer to offer this is a fun and exciting introduction to soccer for children. With a dynamic and active approach, this program focuses on learning through games and small-sided play. Players experience our ”Smart Soccer” philosophy of promoting fundamental skills and sportsmanship.Special requests for team placement for Smart Soccer will not be accepted, only siblings will be placed on the same team together.**Cleats, shin guards and mouth guard is recommended but not required**Your child must be the correct age for the Smart Soccer program by the start of the program.  There are no exceptions.Outdoor Programs: Due to any weather cancellations, programs could be scheduled a make class that extends beyond the original end date, or at an indoor location. No refunds or credits will be given for make up dates.Fall Info:Registration will open Monday June 22nd for residents and Monday June 29th for non residents.Fall- No Class 10/10, but could be used as a make up day.COVID GUIDELINESPLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE OPERATING UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES. WE HOPE TO HAVE PHASE 3 GUIDELINES BY JULY 6TH WHEN PHASE 3 IS SUPPOSED TO START! - UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THE PARTICIPANTS CANNOT MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCE (6 FT APART). WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO STRUCTURE ALL DRILLS AND ACTIVITIES TO BE SOCIALLY DISTANT. KIDS ARE ENCOURAGED TO WEAR THEIR MASKS UPON ARRIVAL IF THEY CANNOT REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT. - TEAMS OF 10 KIDS OR LESS - SPECTATORS MUST REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT AROUND THE FIELD WHEN THEY WATCH, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THEY CANNOT SOCIALLY DISTANCE.-INSTRUCTORS WILL WEAR A MASK. -YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO BRING YOUR SOCCER BALL TO LESSEN THE POSSIBILITY OF SHARING EQUIPMENT. WE WILL HAVE SOCCER BALLS AVAILABLE TO USE.- ALL EQUIPMENT WILL BE SANITIZED AFTER EACH GROUP.-A SIGNED COVID-19 WAIVER FOR SMART SOCCER TURNED INTO THE REC. OFFICE (NEW WAIVER FOR EVERY ACTIVITY). CHILDREN WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE UNTIL THE COVID-19 WAIVER IS ON FILE. (WAIVER IS ATTACHED IN THE EMAIL)
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Aces Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Aces Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
Thursday August 6, 2020
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Pickleball- Outdoors - Pickle Ball- Adult Session D (tu& th)
Come join us down at Stephens Field for the fastest growing sport in America! A Paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels.  The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast paced, competitive game for experienced players.  It’s a fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping pong.  We will provide all the equipment and 3 courts.  (you are more than welcome to bring your own paddles).  Beginners and Experienced players welcome, we will have 3 courts to play on.  Space is limited to the first 20 people registered. YOU MUST REGISTER TO PLAY. THIS IS A PICK UP LEAGUE FORMAT AND NOT AN INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMFor beginners, please check out the following YouTube video to learn the basics of the game: Pickleball Instructional VideoCOVID GUIDELINES:-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). -Limited to 20 players-Masks are recommended-Single play is recommended if you do not feel like you can social distance. Doubles are allowed if you are in the same household or feel like you can properly maintain social distance. -Players who are waiting on the side lines to play must continue to practice social distancing 
 
8:45 AM - 12:15 PM    Counselor in Training (CIT) Program - CIT / Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**This program is for individuals too old for our Half-Day program, but too young to have a job yet. Through this program, individuals will be given the opportunity to work closely with our half-day program staff learning the ropes of the program. This programs is perfect for individuals who will be looking for a job working with children or working at another camp when they are old enough. The CIT will stay with their assigned group for the summer and will learn how to instruct different activities (soccer, basketball, baseball, tennis, playground, arts & crafts, street hockey, etc) so they get a feel for what each counselor does with their groups. We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. We ask that your child be sent with a mask to wear if needed during the program. If requested we can make sure your child does wear their mask for the duration of the program.The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*The program is limited to 10 kids.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Hedges Half-Day Program - Half-Day Program at Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**Hedges Pond: Our Half-Day Program is one of the most popular programs our department offers. This state of the art facility has basketball nets, a soccer field, an arts and crafts area and much more! To adhere to state guidelines we will have groups of 10 kids, and 1 counselor. Children will be grouped together with similar aged children (and siblings), given a specific group color, and will be together the whole summer (unless the state guidelines change that will allow us the switch the groups later on as we move through the phases). It will be a set schedule for every week and kids will not be able to choose their activities like they have in the past. The Half Day Program consists of three 45 minute sessions.We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. At drop off, families will be asked if they are exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms, etc. Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart).The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*Unfortunately we will not be able to offer the West Elementary Program or Nathaniel Morton Program this summer.  The schools are not allowing any inside or outside use of their facilities because of COVID-19.  **This program is limited to 100 kids.Questions please email Mat Mills at mmills@townhall.plymouth.ma.us
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Private Swim Lessons Session 5
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Semi-Private Swim Lessons Session 5
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
2:15 PM - 2:45 PM    T-Ball - Outdoors - Summer T-Ball Session C
This program is designed to keep your favorite t-ball player active during the winter months and to prepare your young athlete for the youth baseball leagues in town. Fee includes instruction and t-shirt.*Please make sure to bring a glove, sneakers and water for your child.Outdoor Programs: Due to any weather cancellations, a make class could be scheduled that extends beyond the original end date, or at an indoor location. No refunds or credits will be given for make up dates.COVID GUIDELINES:PLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE OPERATING UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES. WE HOPE TO HAVE PHASE 3 GUIDELINES BY JULY 6TH WHEN PHASE 3 IS SUPPOSED TO START! - UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THE PARTICIPANTS CANNOT MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCE (6 FT APART). WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO STRUCTURE ALL DRILLS AND ACTIVITIES TO BE SOCIALLY DISTANT. KIDS ARE ENCOURAGED TO WEAR THEIR MASKS UPON ARRIVAL IF THEY CANNOT REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT. - TEAMS OF 10 KIDS OR LESS - NO DUGOUT USE ALLOWED - SPECTATORS MUST REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT AROUND THE FIELD WHEN THEY WATCH, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THEY CANNOT SOCIALLY DISTANCE.-INSTRUCTORS WILL WEAR A MASK - ONLY 2 TEAMS PER FIELD DOING STATIONS. - MUST BRING YOUR OWN GLOVE. YOU ARE ENCOURGED TO BRING YOUR OWN HELMET AND TBALL BAT TO LESSON THE POSSIBILITY OF SHARING EQUIPMENT. - ALL EQUIPMENT WILL BE SANITIZED AFTER EACH GROUP ROTATES TO A NEW STATION.-SIGNED COVID-19 WAIVER FOR TBALL TURNED INTO THE REC. OFFICE (NEW WAIVER FOR EVERY ACTIVITY). CHILDREN WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO PARTICIAPTE UNTIL THE COVID-19
 
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM    T-Ball - Outdoors - Summer T-Ball Session D
This program is designed to keep your favorite t-ball player active during the winter months and to prepare your young athlete for the youth baseball leagues in town. Fee includes instruction and t-shirt.*Please make sure to bring a glove, sneakers and water for your child.Outdoor Programs: Due to any weather cancellations, a make class could be scheduled that extends beyond the original end date, or at an indoor location. No refunds or credits will be given for make up dates.COVID GUIDELINES:PLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE OPERATING UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES. WE HOPE TO HAVE PHASE 3 GUIDELINES BY JULY 6TH WHEN PHASE 3 IS SUPPOSED TO START! - UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THE PARTICIPANTS CANNOT MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCE (6 FT APART). WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO STRUCTURE ALL DRILLS AND ACTIVITIES TO BE SOCIALLY DISTANT. KIDS ARE ENCOURAGED TO WEAR THEIR MASKS UPON ARRIVAL IF THEY CANNOT REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT. - TEAMS OF 10 KIDS OR LESS - NO DUGOUT USE ALLOWED - SPECTATORS MUST REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT AROUND THE FIELD WHEN THEY WATCH, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THEY CANNOT SOCIALLY DISTANCE.-INSTRUCTORS WILL WEAR A MASK - ONLY 2 TEAMS PER FIELD DOING STATIONS. - MUST BRING YOUR OWN GLOVE. YOU ARE ENCOURGED TO BRING YOUR OWN HELMET AND TBALL BAT TO LESSON THE POSSIBILITY OF SHARING EQUIPMENT. - ALL EQUIPMENT WILL BE SANITIZED AFTER EACH GROUP ROTATES TO A NEW STATION.-SIGNED COVID-19 WAIVER FOR TBALL TURNED INTO THE REC. OFFICE (NEW WAIVER FOR EVERY ACTIVITY). CHILDREN WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO PARTICIAPTE UNTIL THE COVID-19
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Aces Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Aces Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Kings Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
Friday August 7, 2020
8:45 AM - 12:15 PM    Counselor in Training (CIT) Program - CIT / Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**This program is for individuals too old for our Half-Day program, but too young to have a job yet. Through this program, individuals will be given the opportunity to work closely with our half-day program staff learning the ropes of the program. This programs is perfect for individuals who will be looking for a job working with children or working at another camp when they are old enough. The CIT will stay with their assigned group for the summer and will learn how to instruct different activities (soccer, basketball, baseball, tennis, playground, arts & crafts, street hockey, etc) so they get a feel for what each counselor does with their groups. We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. We ask that your child be sent with a mask to wear if needed during the program. If requested we can make sure your child does wear their mask for the duration of the program.The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*The program is limited to 10 kids.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Hedges Half-Day Program - Half-Day Program at Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**Hedges Pond: Our Half-Day Program is one of the most popular programs our department offers. This state of the art facility has basketball nets, a soccer field, an arts and crafts area and much more! To adhere to state guidelines we will have groups of 10 kids, and 1 counselor. Children will be grouped together with similar aged children (and siblings), given a specific group color, and will be together the whole summer (unless the state guidelines change that will allow us the switch the groups later on as we move through the phases). It will be a set schedule for every week and kids will not be able to choose their activities like they have in the past. The Half Day Program consists of three 45 minute sessions.We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. At drop off, families will be asked if they are exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms, etc. Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart).The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*Unfortunately we will not be able to offer the West Elementary Program or Nathaniel Morton Program this summer.  The schools are not allowing any inside or outside use of their facilities because of COVID-19.  **This program is limited to 100 kids.Questions please email Mat Mills at mmills@townhall.plymouth.ma.us
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
Saturday August 8, 2020
8:00 AM - 11:30 AM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
Sunday August 9, 2020
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    PYBS 11U Eagles Games
 
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM    CABL Baseball Games
 
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Aces Lacrosse Practice
 
Monday August 10, 2020
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Pickleball- Outdoors - Pickle Ball- Adult Session C (m&w)
Come join us down at Stephens Field for the fastest growing sport in America! A Paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels.  The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast paced, competitive game for experienced players.  It’s a fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping pong.  We will provide all the equipment and 3 courts.  (you are more than welcome to bring your own paddles).  Beginners and Experienced players welcome, we will have 3 courts to play on.  Space is limited to the first 20 people registered. YOU MUST REGISTER TO PLAY. THIS IS A PICK UP LEAGUE FORMAT AND NOT AN INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMFor beginners, please check out the following YouTube video to learn the basics of the game: Pickleball Instructional VideoCOVID GUIDELINES:-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). -Limited to 20 players-Masks are recommended-Single play is recommended if you do not feel like you can social distance. Doubles are allowed if you are in the same household or feel like you can properly maintain social distance. -Players who are waiting on the side lines to play must continue to practice social distancing 
 
8:45 AM - 12:15 PM    Counselor in Training (CIT) Program - CIT / Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**This program is for individuals too old for our Half-Day program, but too young to have a job yet. Through this program, individuals will be given the opportunity to work closely with our half-day program staff learning the ropes of the program. This programs is perfect for individuals who will be looking for a job working with children or working at another camp when they are old enough. The CIT will stay with their assigned group for the summer and will learn how to instruct different activities (soccer, basketball, baseball, tennis, playground, arts & crafts, street hockey, etc) so they get a feel for what each counselor does with their groups. We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. We ask that your child be sent with a mask to wear if needed during the program. If requested we can make sure your child does wear their mask for the duration of the program.The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*The program is limited to 10 kids.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Hedges Half-Day Program - Half-Day Program at Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**Hedges Pond: Our Half-Day Program is one of the most popular programs our department offers. This state of the art facility has basketball nets, a soccer field, an arts and crafts area and much more! To adhere to state guidelines we will have groups of 10 kids, and 1 counselor. Children will be grouped together with similar aged children (and siblings), given a specific group color, and will be together the whole summer (unless the state guidelines change that will allow us the switch the groups later on as we move through the phases). It will be a set schedule for every week and kids will not be able to choose their activities like they have in the past. The Half Day Program consists of three 45 minute sessions.We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. At drop off, families will be asked if they are exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms, etc. Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart).The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*Unfortunately we will not be able to offer the West Elementary Program or Nathaniel Morton Program this summer.  The schools are not allowing any inside or outside use of their facilities because of COVID-19.  **This program is limited to 100 kids.Questions please email Mat Mills at mmills@townhall.plymouth.ma.us
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Minds in Motion Workshops - KINGII DRAGON ROBOT WORKSHOP
Chemical Creations- Ages 7-11Come experience a hands-on world of fun as you conduct a variety of scientific experiments!  You will make and take home a wide assortment of doodads and formations that you created all on your own.  Learn and discover many different scientific concepts in an entertaining and innovative approach.  Generate your own growing cube and make a shiny clean penny!  Make your very own UV bracelet and watch it react to the sun.  Learn all about energy and molecules, create a crazy bouncy glob from glue, and some scary green slime!  You will also get to witness some really cool scientific demonstrations from your instructor.  Watch snow being created and feel how cold it is!  Experience a really powerful magnet, a cool blue light, a soda explode, and many other exciting experiments in this fascinating and educational workshop!ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETMANIA- Ages 7-11Learn all about electronics, magnetism, and more in this fun and educational hands-on workshop!  Take part in our Minds in Motion electronic lab and take home your very own circuit kit.  With the aid of your instructor, simply follow the colorful pictures in your manual to build up to 100 exciting projects such as a flying saucer, alarm, and doorbell!  All parts are mounted on plastic modules and snap together with ease.  You will also take part and witness many cool magnetic experiments including making and taking home the World’s Simplest Motor!  See a mysterious spinning top that never stops and witness a cool magnetic sand timer.  Watch electricity being produced by a hand held generator and take part in a cool activity involving a very powerful magnet.  Behold a special magnetic top levitating and much much more!KINGII DRAGON ROBOT WORKSHOP- Ages 8-12Build and take home your very own Kingii Dragon Robot!  Based on the chalamydosaurus kingii, or frilled lizard, this robot is a smart super lizard with artificial intelligence (AI) and one of the wackiest lizards to roam planet Earth!  Kingii Dragon Robot has an infrared sensor that is programmed for two different modes.  If it is activated in the “escape” mode, the robot will feel threatened, gape its mouth, dramatically spread and flap its frill, illuminate its bi-color LED eyes, and scurry away to safety!  In the “follow-me” mode, the robot will assess danger by bluffing the attacker.  When the robot does not sense danger it might approach you like a pet lizard.  Students will also free-build with hundreds of robotic parts and control their robotic creations using remotes and engines to see who can build the strongest and fastest robot.  Working in small groups, you will truly be able to put your skills and imagination to the test!TITAN TANK- Ages 8-12Build and take home your very own Titan Tank!  The Titan Tank is an infrared remote control kit.  Its microprocessor provides different channels that allow up to four Titans to fight each other at the same time!  It makes action sounds when shooting and when it is hit.  The Titan moves using six wheels that can move forward, backward, right and left.  Learn how the Titan Tank works by its use of remote control, infrared transmitting modules, motors, battery terminals, circuit boards, many gears, and more!  You can compete with your friends on who can drive their Titan Tank the fastest or battle each other using your shooting indicator and life indicator.  You will also learn all about how radio controlled devices work and the great benefits of using these devices.  Come join and take part in Titan Tank tons of educational fun in this very exciting program!COVID GUIDELINES-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). -Our programs will be restructured so that each participant will have their own individual projects. There will be no group activities.-All participants will be seated at a safe distance apart from each other.-In the event any supplies need to being shared, they will be sanitized and wiped down between turns. -Our instructors will wear a protective mask and gloves. They will have sanitizer and sanitizing wipes on hand to be used accordingly.-Instructors will be asked a series of questions regarding symptoms or being in contact with anyone with symptoms prior to running the program.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Minds in Motion Workshops - KINGII DRAGON ROBOT WORKSHOP & TITAN TANK FULL DAY OPTION
Chemical Creations- Ages 7-11Come experience a hands-on world of fun as you conduct a variety of scientific experiments!  You will make and take home a wide assortment of doodads and formations that you created all on your own.  Learn and discover many different scientific concepts in an entertaining and innovative approach.  Generate your own growing cube and make a shiny clean penny!  Make your very own UV bracelet and watch it react to the sun.  Learn all about energy and molecules, create a crazy bouncy glob from glue, and some scary green slime!  You will also get to witness some really cool scientific demonstrations from your instructor.  Watch snow being created and feel how cold it is!  Experience a really powerful magnet, a cool blue light, a soda explode, and many other exciting experiments in this fascinating and educational workshop!ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETMANIA- Ages 7-11Learn all about electronics, magnetism, and more in this fun and educational hands-on workshop!  Take part in our Minds in Motion electronic lab and take home your very own circuit kit.  With the aid of your instructor, simply follow the colorful pictures in your manual to build up to 100 exciting projects such as a flying saucer, alarm, and doorbell!  All parts are mounted on plastic modules and snap together with ease.  You will also take part and witness many cool magnetic experiments including making and taking home the World’s Simplest Motor!  See a mysterious spinning top that never stops and witness a cool magnetic sand timer.  Watch electricity being produced by a hand held generator and take part in a cool activity involving a very powerful magnet.  Behold a special magnetic top levitating and much much more!KINGII DRAGON ROBOT WORKSHOP- Ages 8-12Build and take home your very own Kingii Dragon Robot!  Based on the chalamydosaurus kingii, or frilled lizard, this robot is a smart super lizard with artificial intelligence (AI) and one of the wackiest lizards to roam planet Earth!  Kingii Dragon Robot has an infrared sensor that is programmed for two different modes.  If it is activated in the “escape” mode, the robot will feel threatened, gape its mouth, dramatically spread and flap its frill, illuminate its bi-color LED eyes, and scurry away to safety!  In the “follow-me” mode, the robot will assess danger by bluffing the attacker.  When the robot does not sense danger it might approach you like a pet lizard.  Students will also free-build with hundreds of robotic parts and control their robotic creations using remotes and engines to see who can build the strongest and fastest robot.  Working in small groups, you will truly be able to put your skills and imagination to the test!TITAN TANK- Ages 8-12Build and take home your very own Titan Tank!  The Titan Tank is an infrared remote control kit.  Its microprocessor provides different channels that allow up to four Titans to fight each other at the same time!  It makes action sounds when shooting and when it is hit.  The Titan moves using six wheels that can move forward, backward, right and left.  Learn how the Titan Tank works by its use of remote control, infrared transmitting modules, motors, battery terminals, circuit boards, many gears, and more!  You can compete with your friends on who can drive their Titan Tank the fastest or battle each other using your shooting indicator and life indicator.  You will also learn all about how radio controlled devices work and the great benefits of using these devices.  Come join and take part in Titan Tank tons of educational fun in this very exciting program!COVID GUIDELINES-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). -Our programs will be restructured so that each participant will have their own individual projects. There will be no group activities.-All participants will be seated at a safe distance apart from each other.-In the event any supplies need to being shared, they will be sanitized and wiped down between turns. -Our instructors will wear a protective mask and gloves. They will have sanitizer and sanitizing wipes on hand to be used accordingly.-Instructors will be asked a series of questions regarding symptoms or being in contact with anyone with symptoms prior to running the program.
 
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Archery Clinic - Archery Clinic / Session B
Our youth archery program offers children the unique opportunity to discover the joy of shooting a bow as well as learning about different disciplines of the sport.  Each day the children will will learn to develop proper shooting form based on the National Training System (NTS) under the instruction of a certified coach. A variety of creative and challenging target games are incorporated in every class to ensure students will have fun while learning proper form and aiming skills.  In addition to receiving clear instruction, this class provides unique benefits to children, including the opportunity to make new friends, a great upper body workout, and the chance to build self confidence.Instructor is USA Archery certified - Dee SacchettiCOVID GUIDELINES-Under phase 3 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart)-Instructor will be required to wear mask if they cannot remain socially distant from students.-Each student will receive their own bow and arrows for the duration of the class. If sharing of bows is necessary, wipes will be available to use before the next student uses the equipment.-Students will remain 6ft apart designated by cones. -All equipment will be cleaned after class.-If you would like your child to wear their mask for the duration of the program please communicate that with the instructor.
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Private Swim Lessons Session 6
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Semi-Private Swim Lessons Session 6
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Minds in Motion Workshops - TITAN TANK
Chemical Creations- Ages 7-11Come experience a hands-on world of fun as you conduct a variety of scientific experiments!  You will make and take home a wide assortment of doodads and formations that you created all on your own.  Learn and discover many different scientific concepts in an entertaining and innovative approach.  Generate your own growing cube and make a shiny clean penny!  Make your very own UV bracelet and watch it react to the sun.  Learn all about energy and molecules, create a crazy bouncy glob from glue, and some scary green slime!  You will also get to witness some really cool scientific demonstrations from your instructor.  Watch snow being created and feel how cold it is!  Experience a really powerful magnet, a cool blue light, a soda explode, and many other exciting experiments in this fascinating and educational workshop!ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETMANIA- Ages 7-11Learn all about electronics, magnetism, and more in this fun and educational hands-on workshop!  Take part in our Minds in Motion electronic lab and take home your very own circuit kit.  With the aid of your instructor, simply follow the colorful pictures in your manual to build up to 100 exciting projects such as a flying saucer, alarm, and doorbell!  All parts are mounted on plastic modules and snap together with ease.  You will also take part and witness many cool magnetic experiments including making and taking home the World’s Simplest Motor!  See a mysterious spinning top that never stops and witness a cool magnetic sand timer.  Watch electricity being produced by a hand held generator and take part in a cool activity involving a very powerful magnet.  Behold a special magnetic top levitating and much much more!KINGII DRAGON ROBOT WORKSHOP- Ages 8-12Build and take home your very own Kingii Dragon Robot!  Based on the chalamydosaurus kingii, or frilled lizard, this robot is a smart super lizard with artificial intelligence (AI) and one of the wackiest lizards to roam planet Earth!  Kingii Dragon Robot has an infrared sensor that is programmed for two different modes.  If it is activated in the “escape” mode, the robot will feel threatened, gape its mouth, dramatically spread and flap its frill, illuminate its bi-color LED eyes, and scurry away to safety!  In the “follow-me” mode, the robot will assess danger by bluffing the attacker.  When the robot does not sense danger it might approach you like a pet lizard.  Students will also free-build with hundreds of robotic parts and control their robotic creations using remotes and engines to see who can build the strongest and fastest robot.  Working in small groups, you will truly be able to put your skills and imagination to the test!TITAN TANK- Ages 8-12Build and take home your very own Titan Tank!  The Titan Tank is an infrared remote control kit.  Its microprocessor provides different channels that allow up to four Titans to fight each other at the same time!  It makes action sounds when shooting and when it is hit.  The Titan moves using six wheels that can move forward, backward, right and left.  Learn how the Titan Tank works by its use of remote control, infrared transmitting modules, motors, battery terminals, circuit boards, many gears, and more!  You can compete with your friends on who can drive their Titan Tank the fastest or battle each other using your shooting indicator and life indicator.  You will also learn all about how radio controlled devices work and the great benefits of using these devices.  Come join and take part in Titan Tank tons of educational fun in this very exciting program!COVID GUIDELINES-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). -Our programs will be restructured so that each participant will have their own individual projects. There will be no group activities.-All participants will be seated at a safe distance apart from each other.-In the event any supplies need to being shared, they will be sanitized and wiped down between turns. -Our instructors will wear a protective mask and gloves. They will have sanitizer and sanitizing wipes on hand to be used accordingly.-Instructors will be asked a series of questions regarding symptoms or being in contact with anyone with symptoms prior to running the program.
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Nancy Moncada Soccer Practice
 
Tuesday August 11, 2020
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Pickleball- Outdoors - Pickle Ball- Adult Session D (tu& th)
Come join us down at Stephens Field for the fastest growing sport in America! A Paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels.  The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast paced, competitive game for experienced players.  It’s a fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping pong.  We will provide all the equipment and 3 courts.  (you are more than welcome to bring your own paddles).  Beginners and Experienced players welcome, we will have 3 courts to play on.  Space is limited to the first 20 people registered. YOU MUST REGISTER TO PLAY. THIS IS A PICK UP LEAGUE FORMAT AND NOT AN INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMFor beginners, please check out the following YouTube video to learn the basics of the game: Pickleball Instructional VideoCOVID GUIDELINES:-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). -Limited to 20 players-Masks are recommended-Single play is recommended if you do not feel like you can social distance. Doubles are allowed if you are in the same household or feel like you can properly maintain social distance. -Players who are waiting on the side lines to play must continue to practice social distancing 
 
8:45 AM - 12:15 PM    Counselor in Training (CIT) Program - CIT / Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**This program is for individuals too old for our Half-Day program, but too young to have a job yet. Through this program, individuals will be given the opportunity to work closely with our half-day program staff learning the ropes of the program. This programs is perfect for individuals who will be looking for a job working with children or working at another camp when they are old enough. The CIT will stay with their assigned group for the summer and will learn how to instruct different activities (soccer, basketball, baseball, tennis, playground, arts & crafts, street hockey, etc) so they get a feel for what each counselor does with their groups. We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. We ask that your child be sent with a mask to wear if needed during the program. If requested we can make sure your child does wear their mask for the duration of the program.The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*The program is limited to 10 kids.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Hedges Half-Day Program - Half-Day Program at Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**Hedges Pond: Our Half-Day Program is one of the most popular programs our department offers. This state of the art facility has basketball nets, a soccer field, an arts and crafts area and much more! To adhere to state guidelines we will have groups of 10 kids, and 1 counselor. Children will be grouped together with similar aged children (and siblings), given a specific group color, and will be together the whole summer (unless the state guidelines change that will allow us the switch the groups later on as we move through the phases). It will be a set schedule for every week and kids will not be able to choose their activities like they have in the past. The Half Day Program consists of three 45 minute sessions.We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. At drop off, families will be asked if they are exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms, etc. Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart).The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*Unfortunately we will not be able to offer the West Elementary Program or Nathaniel Morton Program this summer.  The schools are not allowing any inside or outside use of their facilities because of COVID-19.  **This program is limited to 100 kids.Questions please email Mat Mills at mmills@townhall.plymouth.ma.us
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Minds in Motion Workshops - KINGII DRAGON ROBOT WORKSHOP
Chemical Creations- Ages 7-11Come experience a hands-on world of fun as you conduct a variety of scientific experiments!  You will make and take home a wide assortment of doodads and formations that you created all on your own.  Learn and discover many different scientific concepts in an entertaining and innovative approach.  Generate your own growing cube and make a shiny clean penny!  Make your very own UV bracelet and watch it react to the sun.  Learn all about energy and molecules, create a crazy bouncy glob from glue, and some scary green slime!  You will also get to witness some really cool scientific demonstrations from your instructor.  Watch snow being created and feel how cold it is!  Experience a really powerful magnet, a cool blue light, a soda explode, and many other exciting experiments in this fascinating and educational workshop!ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETMANIA- Ages 7-11Learn all about electronics, magnetism, and more in this fun and educational hands-on workshop!  Take part in our Minds in Motion electronic lab and take home your very own circuit kit.  With the aid of your instructor, simply follow the colorful pictures in your manual to build up to 100 exciting projects such as a flying saucer, alarm, and doorbell!  All parts are mounted on plastic modules and snap together with ease.  You will also take part and witness many cool magnetic experiments including making and taking home the World’s Simplest Motor!  See a mysterious spinning top that never stops and witness a cool magnetic sand timer.  Watch electricity being produced by a hand held generator and take part in a cool activity involving a very powerful magnet.  Behold a special magnetic top levitating and much much more!KINGII DRAGON ROBOT WORKSHOP- Ages 8-12Build and take home your very own Kingii Dragon Robot!  Based on the chalamydosaurus kingii, or frilled lizard, this robot is a smart super lizard with artificial intelligence (AI) and one of the wackiest lizards to roam planet Earth!  Kingii Dragon Robot has an infrared sensor that is programmed for two different modes.  If it is activated in the “escape” mode, the robot will feel threatened, gape its mouth, dramatically spread and flap its frill, illuminate its bi-color LED eyes, and scurry away to safety!  In the “follow-me” mode, the robot will assess danger by bluffing the attacker.  When the robot does not sense danger it might approach you like a pet lizard.  Students will also free-build with hundreds of robotic parts and control their robotic creations using remotes and engines to see who can build the strongest and fastest robot.  Working in small groups, you will truly be able to put your skills and imagination to the test!TITAN TANK- Ages 8-12Build and take home your very own Titan Tank!  The Titan Tank is an infrared remote control kit.  Its microprocessor provides different channels that allow up to four Titans to fight each other at the same time!  It makes action sounds when shooting and when it is hit.  The Titan moves using six wheels that can move forward, backward, right and left.  Learn how the Titan Tank works by its use of remote control, infrared transmitting modules, motors, battery terminals, circuit boards, many gears, and more!  You can compete with your friends on who can drive their Titan Tank the fastest or battle each other using your shooting indicator and life indicator.  You will also learn all about how radio controlled devices work and the great benefits of using these devices.  Come join and take part in Titan Tank tons of educational fun in this very exciting program!COVID GUIDELINES-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). -Our programs will be restructured so that each participant will have their own individual projects. There will be no group activities.-All participants will be seated at a safe distance apart from each other.-In the event any supplies need to being shared, they will be sanitized and wiped down between turns. -Our instructors will wear a protective mask and gloves. They will have sanitizer and sanitizing wipes on hand to be used accordingly.-Instructors will be asked a series of questions regarding symptoms or being in contact with anyone with symptoms prior to running the program.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Minds in Motion Workshops - KINGII DRAGON ROBOT WORKSHOP & TITAN TANK FULL DAY OPTION
Chemical Creations- Ages 7-11Come experience a hands-on world of fun as you conduct a variety of scientific experiments!  You will make and take home a wide assortment of doodads and formations that you created all on your own.  Learn and discover many different scientific concepts in an entertaining and innovative approach.  Generate your own growing cube and make a shiny clean penny!  Make your very own UV bracelet and watch it react to the sun.  Learn all about energy and molecules, create a crazy bouncy glob from glue, and some scary green slime!  You will also get to witness some really cool scientific demonstrations from your instructor.  Watch snow being created and feel how cold it is!  Experience a really powerful magnet, a cool blue light, a soda explode, and many other exciting experiments in this fascinating and educational workshop!ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETMANIA- Ages 7-11Learn all about electronics, magnetism, and more in this fun and educational hands-on workshop!  Take part in our Minds in Motion electronic lab and take home your very own circuit kit.  With the aid of your instructor, simply follow the colorful pictures in your manual to build up to 100 exciting projects such as a flying saucer, alarm, and doorbell!  All parts are mounted on plastic modules and snap together with ease.  You will also take part and witness many cool magnetic experiments including making and taking home the World’s Simplest Motor!  See a mysterious spinning top that never stops and witness a cool magnetic sand timer.  Watch electricity being produced by a hand held generator and take part in a cool activity involving a very powerful magnet.  Behold a special magnetic top levitating and much much more!KINGII DRAGON ROBOT WORKSHOP- Ages 8-12Build and take home your very own Kingii Dragon Robot!  Based on the chalamydosaurus kingii, or frilled lizard, this robot is a smart super lizard with artificial intelligence (AI) and one of the wackiest lizards to roam planet Earth!  Kingii Dragon Robot has an infrared sensor that is programmed for two different modes.  If it is activated in the “escape” mode, the robot will feel threatened, gape its mouth, dramatically spread and flap its frill, illuminate its bi-color LED eyes, and scurry away to safety!  In the “follow-me” mode, the robot will assess danger by bluffing the attacker.  When the robot does not sense danger it might approach you like a pet lizard.  Students will also free-build with hundreds of robotic parts and control their robotic creations using remotes and engines to see who can build the strongest and fastest robot.  Working in small groups, you will truly be able to put your skills and imagination to the test!TITAN TANK- Ages 8-12Build and take home your very own Titan Tank!  The Titan Tank is an infrared remote control kit.  Its microprocessor provides different channels that allow up to four Titans to fight each other at the same time!  It makes action sounds when shooting and when it is hit.  The Titan moves using six wheels that can move forward, backward, right and left.  Learn how the Titan Tank works by its use of remote control, infrared transmitting modules, motors, battery terminals, circuit boards, many gears, and more!  You can compete with your friends on who can drive their Titan Tank the fastest or battle each other using your shooting indicator and life indicator.  You will also learn all about how radio controlled devices work and the great benefits of using these devices.  Come join and take part in Titan Tank tons of educational fun in this very exciting program!COVID GUIDELINES-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). -Our programs will be restructured so that each participant will have their own individual projects. There will be no group activities.-All participants will be seated at a safe distance apart from each other.-In the event any supplies need to being shared, they will be sanitized and wiped down between turns. -Our instructors will wear a protective mask and gloves. They will have sanitizer and sanitizing wipes on hand to be used accordingly.-Instructors will be asked a series of questions regarding symptoms or being in contact with anyone with symptoms prior to running the program.
 
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Archery Clinic - Archery Clinic / Session B
Our youth archery program offers children the unique opportunity to discover the joy of shooting a bow as well as learning about different disciplines of the sport.  Each day the children will will learn to develop proper shooting form based on the National Training System (NTS) under the instruction of a certified coach. A variety of creative and challenging target games are incorporated in every class to ensure students will have fun while learning proper form and aiming skills.  In addition to receiving clear instruction, this class provides unique benefits to children, including the opportunity to make new friends, a great upper body workout, and the chance to build self confidence.Instructor is USA Archery certified - Dee SacchettiCOVID GUIDELINES-Under phase 3 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart)-Instructor will be required to wear mask if they cannot remain socially distant from students.-Each student will receive their own bow and arrows for the duration of the class. If sharing of bows is necessary, wipes will be available to use before the next student uses the equipment.-Students will remain 6ft apart designated by cones. -All equipment will be cleaned after class.-If you would like your child to wear their mask for the duration of the program please communicate that with the instructor.
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Private Swim Lessons Session 6
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Semi-Private Swim Lessons Session 6
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Minds in Motion Workshops - TITAN TANK
Chemical Creations- Ages 7-11Come experience a hands-on world of fun as you conduct a variety of scientific experiments!  You will make and take home a wide assortment of doodads and formations that you created all on your own.  Learn and discover many different scientific concepts in an entertaining and innovative approach.  Generate your own growing cube and make a shiny clean penny!  Make your very own UV bracelet and watch it react to the sun.  Learn all about energy and molecules, create a crazy bouncy glob from glue, and some scary green slime!  You will also get to witness some really cool scientific demonstrations from your instructor.  Watch snow being created and feel how cold it is!  Experience a really powerful magnet, a cool blue light, a soda explode, and many other exciting experiments in this fascinating and educational workshop!ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETMANIA- Ages 7-11Learn all about electronics, magnetism, and more in this fun and educational hands-on workshop!  Take part in our Minds in Motion electronic lab and take home your very own circuit kit.  With the aid of your instructor, simply follow the colorful pictures in your manual to build up to 100 exciting projects such as a flying saucer, alarm, and doorbell!  All parts are mounted on plastic modules and snap together with ease.  You will also take part and witness many cool magnetic experiments including making and taking home the World’s Simplest Motor!  See a mysterious spinning top that never stops and witness a cool magnetic sand timer.  Watch electricity being produced by a hand held generator and take part in a cool activity involving a very powerful magnet.  Behold a special magnetic top levitating and much much more!KINGII DRAGON ROBOT WORKSHOP- Ages 8-12Build and take home your very own Kingii Dragon Robot!  Based on the chalamydosaurus kingii, or frilled lizard, this robot is a smart super lizard with artificial intelligence (AI) and one of the wackiest lizards to roam planet Earth!  Kingii Dragon Robot has an infrared sensor that is programmed for two different modes.  If it is activated in the “escape” mode, the robot will feel threatened, gape its mouth, dramatically spread and flap its frill, illuminate its bi-color LED eyes, and scurry away to safety!  In the “follow-me” mode, the robot will assess danger by bluffing the attacker.  When the robot does not sense danger it might approach you like a pet lizard.  Students will also free-build with hundreds of robotic parts and control their robotic creations using remotes and engines to see who can build the strongest and fastest robot.  Working in small groups, you will truly be able to put your skills and imagination to the test!TITAN TANK- Ages 8-12Build and take home your very own Titan Tank!  The Titan Tank is an infrared remote control kit.  Its microprocessor provides different channels that allow up to four Titans to fight each other at the same time!  It makes action sounds when shooting and when it is hit.  The Titan moves using six wheels that can move forward, backward, right and left.  Learn how the Titan Tank works by its use of remote control, infrared transmitting modules, motors, battery terminals, circuit boards, many gears, and more!  You can compete with your friends on who can drive their Titan Tank the fastest or battle each other using your shooting indicator and life indicator.  You will also learn all about how radio controlled devices work and the great benefits of using these devices.  Come join and take part in Titan Tank tons of educational fun in this very exciting program!COVID GUIDELINES-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). -Our programs will be restructured so that each participant will have their own individual projects. There will be no group activities.-All participants will be seated at a safe distance apart from each other.-In the event any supplies need to being shared, they will be sanitized and wiped down between turns. -Our instructors will wear a protective mask and gloves. They will have sanitizer and sanitizing wipes on hand to be used accordingly.-Instructors will be asked a series of questions regarding symptoms or being in contact with anyone with symptoms prior to running the program.
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Aces Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Aces Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Kings Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
Wednesday August 12, 2020
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Pickleball- Outdoors - Pickle Ball- Adult Session C (m&w)
Come join us down at Stephens Field for the fastest growing sport in America! A Paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels.  The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast paced, competitive game for experienced players.  It’s a fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping pong.  We will provide all the equipment and 3 courts.  (you are more than welcome to bring your own paddles).  Beginners and Experienced players welcome, we will have 3 courts to play on.  Space is limited to the first 20 people registered. YOU MUST REGISTER TO PLAY. THIS IS A PICK UP LEAGUE FORMAT AND NOT AN INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMFor beginners, please check out the following YouTube video to learn the basics of the game: Pickleball Instructional VideoCOVID GUIDELINES:-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). -Limited to 20 players-Masks are recommended-Single play is recommended if you do not feel like you can social distance. Doubles are allowed if you are in the same household or feel like you can properly maintain social distance. -Players who are waiting on the side lines to play must continue to practice social distancing 
 
8:45 AM - 12:15 PM    Counselor in Training (CIT) Program - CIT / Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**This program is for individuals too old for our Half-Day program, but too young to have a job yet. Through this program, individuals will be given the opportunity to work closely with our half-day program staff learning the ropes of the program. This programs is perfect for individuals who will be looking for a job working with children or working at another camp when they are old enough. The CIT will stay with their assigned group for the summer and will learn how to instruct different activities (soccer, basketball, baseball, tennis, playground, arts & crafts, street hockey, etc) so they get a feel for what each counselor does with their groups. We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. We ask that your child be sent with a mask to wear if needed during the program. If requested we can make sure your child does wear their mask for the duration of the program.The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*The program is limited to 10 kids.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Hedges Half-Day Program - Half-Day Program at Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**Hedges Pond: Our Half-Day Program is one of the most popular programs our department offers. This state of the art facility has basketball nets, a soccer field, an arts and crafts area and much more! To adhere to state guidelines we will have groups of 10 kids, and 1 counselor. Children will be grouped together with similar aged children (and siblings), given a specific group color, and will be together the whole summer (unless the state guidelines change that will allow us the switch the groups later on as we move through the phases). It will be a set schedule for every week and kids will not be able to choose their activities like they have in the past. The Half Day Program consists of three 45 minute sessions.We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. At drop off, families will be asked if they are exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms, etc. Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart).The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*Unfortunately we will not be able to offer the West Elementary Program or Nathaniel Morton Program this summer.  The schools are not allowing any inside or outside use of their facilities because of COVID-19.  **This program is limited to 100 kids.Questions please email Mat Mills at mmills@townhall.plymouth.ma.us
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Minds in Motion Workshops - KINGII DRAGON ROBOT WORKSHOP
Chemical Creations- Ages 7-11Come experience a hands-on world of fun as you conduct a variety of scientific experiments!  You will make and take home a wide assortment of doodads and formations that you created all on your own.  Learn and discover many different scientific concepts in an entertaining and innovative approach.  Generate your own growing cube and make a shiny clean penny!  Make your very own UV bracelet and watch it react to the sun.  Learn all about energy and molecules, create a crazy bouncy glob from glue, and some scary green slime!  You will also get to witness some really cool scientific demonstrations from your instructor.  Watch snow being created and feel how cold it is!  Experience a really powerful magnet, a cool blue light, a soda explode, and many other exciting experiments in this fascinating and educational workshop!ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETMANIA- Ages 7-11Learn all about electronics, magnetism, and more in this fun and educational hands-on workshop!  Take part in our Minds in Motion electronic lab and take home your very own circuit kit.  With the aid of your instructor, simply follow the colorful pictures in your manual to build up to 100 exciting projects such as a flying saucer, alarm, and doorbell!  All parts are mounted on plastic modules and snap together with ease.  You will also take part and witness many cool magnetic experiments including making and taking home the World’s Simplest Motor!  See a mysterious spinning top that never stops and witness a cool magnetic sand timer.  Watch electricity being produced by a hand held generator and take part in a cool activity involving a very powerful magnet.  Behold a special magnetic top levitating and much much more!KINGII DRAGON ROBOT WORKSHOP- Ages 8-12Build and take home your very own Kingii Dragon Robot!  Based on the chalamydosaurus kingii, or frilled lizard, this robot is a smart super lizard with artificial intelligence (AI) and one of the wackiest lizards to roam planet Earth!  Kingii Dragon Robot has an infrared sensor that is programmed for two different modes.  If it is activated in the “escape” mode, the robot will feel threatened, gape its mouth, dramatically spread and flap its frill, illuminate its bi-color LED eyes, and scurry away to safety!  In the “follow-me” mode, the robot will assess danger by bluffing the attacker.  When the robot does not sense danger it might approach you like a pet lizard.  Students will also free-build with hundreds of robotic parts and control their robotic creations using remotes and engines to see who can build the strongest and fastest robot.  Working in small groups, you will truly be able to put your skills and imagination to the test!TITAN TANK- Ages 8-12Build and take home your very own Titan Tank!  The Titan Tank is an infrared remote control kit.  Its microprocessor provides different channels that allow up to four Titans to fight each other at the same time!  It makes action sounds when shooting and when it is hit.  The Titan moves using six wheels that can move forward, backward, right and left.  Learn how the Titan Tank works by its use of remote control, infrared transmitting modules, motors, battery terminals, circuit boards, many gears, and more!  You can compete with your friends on who can drive their Titan Tank the fastest or battle each other using your shooting indicator and life indicator.  You will also learn all about how radio controlled devices work and the great benefits of using these devices.  Come join and take part in Titan Tank tons of educational fun in this very exciting program!COVID GUIDELINES-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). -Our programs will be restructured so that each participant will have their own individual projects. There will be no group activities.-All participants will be seated at a safe distance apart from each other.-In the event any supplies need to being shared, they will be sanitized and wiped down between turns. -Our instructors will wear a protective mask and gloves. They will have sanitizer and sanitizing wipes on hand to be used accordingly.-Instructors will be asked a series of questions regarding symptoms or being in contact with anyone with symptoms prior to running the program.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Minds in Motion Workshops - KINGII DRAGON ROBOT WORKSHOP & TITAN TANK FULL DAY OPTION
Chemical Creations- Ages 7-11Come experience a hands-on world of fun as you conduct a variety of scientific experiments!  You will make and take home a wide assortment of doodads and formations that you created all on your own.  Learn and discover many different scientific concepts in an entertaining and innovative approach.  Generate your own growing cube and make a shiny clean penny!  Make your very own UV bracelet and watch it react to the sun.  Learn all about energy and molecules, create a crazy bouncy glob from glue, and some scary green slime!  You will also get to witness some really cool scientific demonstrations from your instructor.  Watch snow being created and feel how cold it is!  Experience a really powerful magnet, a cool blue light, a soda explode, and many other exciting experiments in this fascinating and educational workshop!ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETMANIA- Ages 7-11Learn all about electronics, magnetism, and more in this fun and educational hands-on workshop!  Take part in our Minds in Motion electronic lab and take home your very own circuit kit.  With the aid of your instructor, simply follow the colorful pictures in your manual to build up to 100 exciting projects such as a flying saucer, alarm, and doorbell!  All parts are mounted on plastic modules and snap together with ease.  You will also take part and witness many cool magnetic experiments including making and taking home the World’s Simplest Motor!  See a mysterious spinning top that never stops and witness a cool magnetic sand timer.  Watch electricity being produced by a hand held generator and take part in a cool activity involving a very powerful magnet.  Behold a special magnetic top levitating and much much more!KINGII DRAGON ROBOT WORKSHOP- Ages 8-12Build and take home your very own Kingii Dragon Robot!  Based on the chalamydosaurus kingii, or frilled lizard, this robot is a smart super lizard with artificial intelligence (AI) and one of the wackiest lizards to roam planet Earth!  Kingii Dragon Robot has an infrared sensor that is programmed for two different modes.  If it is activated in the “escape” mode, the robot will feel threatened, gape its mouth, dramatically spread and flap its frill, illuminate its bi-color LED eyes, and scurry away to safety!  In the “follow-me” mode, the robot will assess danger by bluffing the attacker.  When the robot does not sense danger it might approach you like a pet lizard.  Students will also free-build with hundreds of robotic parts and control their robotic creations using remotes and engines to see who can build the strongest and fastest robot.  Working in small groups, you will truly be able to put your skills and imagination to the test!TITAN TANK- Ages 8-12Build and take home your very own Titan Tank!  The Titan Tank is an infrared remote control kit.  Its microprocessor provides different channels that allow up to four Titans to fight each other at the same time!  It makes action sounds when shooting and when it is hit.  The Titan moves using six wheels that can move forward, backward, right and left.  Learn how the Titan Tank works by its use of remote control, infrared transmitting modules, motors, battery terminals, circuit boards, many gears, and more!  You can compete with your friends on who can drive their Titan Tank the fastest or battle each other using your shooting indicator and life indicator.  You will also learn all about how radio controlled devices work and the great benefits of using these devices.  Come join and take part in Titan Tank tons of educational fun in this very exciting program!COVID GUIDELINES-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). -Our programs will be restructured so that each participant will have their own individual projects. There will be no group activities.-All participants will be seated at a safe distance apart from each other.-In the event any supplies need to being shared, they will be sanitized and wiped down between turns. -Our instructors will wear a protective mask and gloves. They will have sanitizer and sanitizing wipes on hand to be used accordingly.-Instructors will be asked a series of questions regarding symptoms or being in contact with anyone with symptoms prior to running the program.
 
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Archery Clinic - Archery Clinic / Session B
Our youth archery program offers children the unique opportunity to discover the joy of shooting a bow as well as learning about different disciplines of the sport.  Each day the children will will learn to develop proper shooting form based on the National Training System (NTS) under the instruction of a certified coach. A variety of creative and challenging target games are incorporated in every class to ensure students will have fun while learning proper form and aiming skills.  In addition to receiving clear instruction, this class provides unique benefits to children, including the opportunity to make new friends, a great upper body workout, and the chance to build self confidence.Instructor is USA Archery certified - Dee SacchettiCOVID GUIDELINES-Under phase 3 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart)-Instructor will be required to wear mask if they cannot remain socially distant from students.-Each student will receive their own bow and arrows for the duration of the class. If sharing of bows is necessary, wipes will be available to use before the next student uses the equipment.-Students will remain 6ft apart designated by cones. -All equipment will be cleaned after class.-If you would like your child to wear their mask for the duration of the program please communicate that with the instructor.
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Private Swim Lessons Session 6
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Semi-Private Swim Lessons Session 6
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Minds in Motion Workshops - TITAN TANK
Chemical Creations- Ages 7-11Come experience a hands-on world of fun as you conduct a variety of scientific experiments!  You will make and take home a wide assortment of doodads and formations that you created all on your own.  Learn and discover many different scientific concepts in an entertaining and innovative approach.  Generate your own growing cube and make a shiny clean penny!  Make your very own UV bracelet and watch it react to the sun.  Learn all about energy and molecules, create a crazy bouncy glob from glue, and some scary green slime!  You will also get to witness some really cool scientific demonstrations from your instructor.  Watch snow being created and feel how cold it is!  Experience a really powerful magnet, a cool blue light, a soda explode, and many other exciting experiments in this fascinating and educational workshop!ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETMANIA- Ages 7-11Learn all about electronics, magnetism, and more in this fun and educational hands-on workshop!  Take part in our Minds in Motion electronic lab and take home your very own circuit kit.  With the aid of your instructor, simply follow the colorful pictures in your manual to build up to 100 exciting projects such as a flying saucer, alarm, and doorbell!  All parts are mounted on plastic modules and snap together with ease.  You will also take part and witness many cool magnetic experiments including making and taking home the World’s Simplest Motor!  See a mysterious spinning top that never stops and witness a cool magnetic sand timer.  Watch electricity being produced by a hand held generator and take part in a cool activity involving a very powerful magnet.  Behold a special magnetic top levitating and much much more!KINGII DRAGON ROBOT WORKSHOP- Ages 8-12Build and take home your very own Kingii Dragon Robot!  Based on the chalamydosaurus kingii, or frilled lizard, this robot is a smart super lizard with artificial intelligence (AI) and one of the wackiest lizards to roam planet Earth!  Kingii Dragon Robot has an infrared sensor that is programmed for two different modes.  If it is activated in the “escape” mode, the robot will feel threatened, gape its mouth, dramatically spread and flap its frill, illuminate its bi-color LED eyes, and scurry away to safety!  In the “follow-me” mode, the robot will assess danger by bluffing the attacker.  When the robot does not sense danger it might approach you like a pet lizard.  Students will also free-build with hundreds of robotic parts and control their robotic creations using remotes and engines to see who can build the strongest and fastest robot.  Working in small groups, you will truly be able to put your skills and imagination to the test!TITAN TANK- Ages 8-12Build and take home your very own Titan Tank!  The Titan Tank is an infrared remote control kit.  Its microprocessor provides different channels that allow up to four Titans to fight each other at the same time!  It makes action sounds when shooting and when it is hit.  The Titan moves using six wheels that can move forward, backward, right and left.  Learn how the Titan Tank works by its use of remote control, infrared transmitting modules, motors, battery terminals, circuit boards, many gears, and more!  You can compete with your friends on who can drive their Titan Tank the fastest or battle each other using your shooting indicator and life indicator.  You will also learn all about how radio controlled devices work and the great benefits of using these devices.  Come join and take part in Titan Tank tons of educational fun in this very exciting program!COVID GUIDELINES-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). -Our programs will be restructured so that each participant will have their own individual projects. There will be no group activities.-All participants will be seated at a safe distance apart from each other.-In the event any supplies need to being shared, they will be sanitized and wiped down between turns. -Our instructors will wear a protective mask and gloves. They will have sanitizer and sanitizing wipes on hand to be used accordingly.-Instructors will be asked a series of questions regarding symptoms or being in contact with anyone with symptoms prior to running the program.
 
4:00 PM - 4:30 PM    Smart Soccer - Summer 2020 Smart Soccer 3 year olds
We have partnered with Global Premier Soccer to offer this is a fun and exciting introduction to soccer for children. With a dynamic and active approach, this program focuses on learning through games and small-sided play. Players experience our ”Smart Soccer” philosophy of promoting fundamental skills and sportsmanship.Special requests for team placement for Smart Soccer will not be accepted, only siblings will be placed on the same team together.**Cleats, shin guards and mouth guard is recommended but not required**Your child must be the correct age for the Smart Soccer program by the start of the program.  There are no exceptions.Outdoor Programs: Due to any weather cancellations, programs could be scheduled a make class that extends beyond the original end date, or at an indoor location. No refunds or credits will be given for make up dates.Fall Info:Registration will open Monday June 22nd for residents and Monday June 29th for non residents.Fall- No Class 10/10, but could be used as a make up day.COVID GUIDELINESPLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE OPERATING UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES. WE HOPE TO HAVE PHASE 3 GUIDELINES BY JULY 6TH WHEN PHASE 3 IS SUPPOSED TO START! - UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THE PARTICIPANTS CANNOT MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCE (6 FT APART). WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO STRUCTURE ALL DRILLS AND ACTIVITIES TO BE SOCIALLY DISTANT. KIDS ARE ENCOURAGED TO WEAR THEIR MASKS UPON ARRIVAL IF THEY CANNOT REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT. - TEAMS OF 10 KIDS OR LESS - SPECTATORS MUST REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT AROUND THE FIELD WHEN THEY WATCH, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THEY CANNOT SOCIALLY DISTANCE.-INSTRUCTORS WILL WEAR A MASK. -YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO BRING YOUR SOCCER BALL TO LESSEN THE POSSIBILITY OF SHARING EQUIPMENT. WE WILL HAVE SOCCER BALLS AVAILABLE TO USE.- ALL EQUIPMENT WILL BE SANITIZED AFTER EACH GROUP.-A SIGNED COVID-19 WAIVER FOR SMART SOCCER TURNED INTO THE REC. OFFICE (NEW WAIVER FOR EVERY ACTIVITY). CHILDREN WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE UNTIL THE COVID-19 WAIVER IS ON FILE. (WAIVER IS ATTACHED IN THE EMAIL)
 
4:45 PM - 5:45 PM    Smart Soccer - Summer 2020 Smart Soccer 4-6 year olds
We have partnered with Global Premier Soccer to offer this is a fun and exciting introduction to soccer for children. With a dynamic and active approach, this program focuses on learning through games and small-sided play. Players experience our ”Smart Soccer” philosophy of promoting fundamental skills and sportsmanship.Special requests for team placement for Smart Soccer will not be accepted, only siblings will be placed on the same team together.**Cleats, shin guards and mouth guard is recommended but not required**Your child must be the correct age for the Smart Soccer program by the start of the program.  There are no exceptions.Outdoor Programs: Due to any weather cancellations, programs could be scheduled a make class that extends beyond the original end date, or at an indoor location. No refunds or credits will be given for make up dates.Fall Info:Registration will open Monday June 22nd for residents and Monday June 29th for non residents.Fall- No Class 10/10, but could be used as a make up day.COVID GUIDELINESPLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE OPERATING UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES. WE HOPE TO HAVE PHASE 3 GUIDELINES BY JULY 6TH WHEN PHASE 3 IS SUPPOSED TO START! - UNDER PHASE 2 GUIDELINES, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THE PARTICIPANTS CANNOT MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCE (6 FT APART). WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO STRUCTURE ALL DRILLS AND ACTIVITIES TO BE SOCIALLY DISTANT. KIDS ARE ENCOURAGED TO WEAR THEIR MASKS UPON ARRIVAL IF THEY CANNOT REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT. - TEAMS OF 10 KIDS OR LESS - SPECTATORS MUST REMAIN SOCIALLY DISTANT AROUND THE FIELD WHEN THEY WATCH, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED IF THEY CANNOT SOCIALLY DISTANCE.-INSTRUCTORS WILL WEAR A MASK. -YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO BRING YOUR SOCCER BALL TO LESSEN THE POSSIBILITY OF SHARING EQUIPMENT. WE WILL HAVE SOCCER BALLS AVAILABLE TO USE.- ALL EQUIPMENT WILL BE SANITIZED AFTER EACH GROUP.-A SIGNED COVID-19 WAIVER FOR SMART SOCCER TURNED INTO THE REC. OFFICE (NEW WAIVER FOR EVERY ACTIVITY). CHILDREN WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE UNTIL THE COVID-19 WAIVER IS ON FILE. (WAIVER IS ATTACHED IN THE EMAIL)
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Aces Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Nancy Moncada Soccer Practice
 
Thursday August 13, 2020
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Pickleball- Outdoors - Pickle Ball- Adult Session D (tu& th)
Come join us down at Stephens Field for the fastest growing sport in America! A Paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels.  The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast paced, competitive game for experienced players.  It’s a fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping pong.  We will provide all the equipment and 3 courts.  (you are more than welcome to bring your own paddles).  Beginners and Experienced players welcome, we will have 3 courts to play on.  Space is limited to the first 20 people registered. YOU MUST REGISTER TO PLAY. THIS IS A PICK UP LEAGUE FORMAT AND NOT AN INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMFor beginners, please check out the following YouTube video to learn the basics of the game: Pickleball Instructional VideoCOVID GUIDELINES:-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). -Limited to 20 players-Masks are recommended-Single play is recommended if you do not feel like you can social distance. Doubles are allowed if you are in the same household or feel like you can properly maintain social distance. -Players who are waiting on the side lines to play must continue to practice social distancing 
 
8:45 AM - 12:15 PM    Counselor in Training (CIT) Program - CIT / Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**This program is for individuals too old for our Half-Day program, but too young to have a job yet. Through this program, individuals will be given the opportunity to work closely with our half-day program staff learning the ropes of the program. This programs is perfect for individuals who will be looking for a job working with children or working at another camp when they are old enough. The CIT will stay with their assigned group for the summer and will learn how to instruct different activities (soccer, basketball, baseball, tennis, playground, arts & crafts, street hockey, etc) so they get a feel for what each counselor does with their groups. We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. We ask that your child be sent with a mask to wear if needed during the program. If requested we can make sure your child does wear their mask for the duration of the program.The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*The program is limited to 10 kids.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Hedges Half-Day Program - Half-Day Program at Hedges Pond
**PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE DESCRIPTION FOR THE PROGRAM**Hedges Pond: Our Half-Day Program is one of the most popular programs our department offers. This state of the art facility has basketball nets, a soccer field, an arts and crafts area and much more! To adhere to state guidelines we will have groups of 10 kids, and 1 counselor. Children will be grouped together with similar aged children (and siblings), given a specific group color, and will be together the whole summer (unless the state guidelines change that will allow us the switch the groups later on as we move through the phases). It will be a set schedule for every week and kids will not be able to choose their activities like they have in the past. The Half Day Program consists of three 45 minute sessions.We will follow state guidelines related to COVID-19. At drop off, families will be asked if they are exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms, etc. Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart).The bathhouse will not be open this summer and port-o-johns will be used during camp at Hedges Pond.  If the State guidelines change and we are able to re-open the facilities safely we will do so.*The program will be cancelled if it is raining or if the facility is unsafe from weather*Unfortunately we will not be able to offer the West Elementary Program or Nathaniel Morton Program this summer.  The schools are not allowing any inside or outside use of their facilities because of COVID-19.  **This program is limited to 100 kids.Questions please email Mat Mills at mmills@townhall.plymouth.ma.us
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Minds in Motion Workshops - KINGII DRAGON ROBOT WORKSHOP
Chemical Creations- Ages 7-11Come experience a hands-on world of fun as you conduct a variety of scientific experiments!  You will make and take home a wide assortment of doodads and formations that you created all on your own.  Learn and discover many different scientific concepts in an entertaining and innovative approach.  Generate your own growing cube and make a shiny clean penny!  Make your very own UV bracelet and watch it react to the sun.  Learn all about energy and molecules, create a crazy bouncy glob from glue, and some scary green slime!  You will also get to witness some really cool scientific demonstrations from your instructor.  Watch snow being created and feel how cold it is!  Experience a really powerful magnet, a cool blue light, a soda explode, and many other exciting experiments in this fascinating and educational workshop!ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETMANIA- Ages 7-11Learn all about electronics, magnetism, and more in this fun and educational hands-on workshop!  Take part in our Minds in Motion electronic lab and take home your very own circuit kit.  With the aid of your instructor, simply follow the colorful pictures in your manual to build up to 100 exciting projects such as a flying saucer, alarm, and doorbell!  All parts are mounted on plastic modules and snap together with ease.  You will also take part and witness many cool magnetic experiments including making and taking home the World’s Simplest Motor!  See a mysterious spinning top that never stops and witness a cool magnetic sand timer.  Watch electricity being produced by a hand held generator and take part in a cool activity involving a very powerful magnet.  Behold a special magnetic top levitating and much much more!KINGII DRAGON ROBOT WORKSHOP- Ages 8-12Build and take home your very own Kingii Dragon Robot!  Based on the chalamydosaurus kingii, or frilled lizard, this robot is a smart super lizard with artificial intelligence (AI) and one of the wackiest lizards to roam planet Earth!  Kingii Dragon Robot has an infrared sensor that is programmed for two different modes.  If it is activated in the “escape” mode, the robot will feel threatened, gape its mouth, dramatically spread and flap its frill, illuminate its bi-color LED eyes, and scurry away to safety!  In the “follow-me” mode, the robot will assess danger by bluffing the attacker.  When the robot does not sense danger it might approach you like a pet lizard.  Students will also free-build with hundreds of robotic parts and control their robotic creations using remotes and engines to see who can build the strongest and fastest robot.  Working in small groups, you will truly be able to put your skills and imagination to the test!TITAN TANK- Ages 8-12Build and take home your very own Titan Tank!  The Titan Tank is an infrared remote control kit.  Its microprocessor provides different channels that allow up to four Titans to fight each other at the same time!  It makes action sounds when shooting and when it is hit.  The Titan moves using six wheels that can move forward, backward, right and left.  Learn how the Titan Tank works by its use of remote control, infrared transmitting modules, motors, battery terminals, circuit boards, many gears, and more!  You can compete with your friends on who can drive their Titan Tank the fastest or battle each other using your shooting indicator and life indicator.  You will also learn all about how radio controlled devices work and the great benefits of using these devices.  Come join and take part in Titan Tank tons of educational fun in this very exciting program!COVID GUIDELINES-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). -Our programs will be restructured so that each participant will have their own individual projects. There will be no group activities.-All participants will be seated at a safe distance apart from each other.-In the event any supplies need to being shared, they will be sanitized and wiped down between turns. -Our instructors will wear a protective mask and gloves. They will have sanitizer and sanitizing wipes on hand to be used accordingly.-Instructors will be asked a series of questions regarding symptoms or being in contact with anyone with symptoms prior to running the program.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Minds in Motion Workshops - KINGII DRAGON ROBOT WORKSHOP & TITAN TANK FULL DAY OPTION
Chemical Creations- Ages 7-11Come experience a hands-on world of fun as you conduct a variety of scientific experiments!  You will make and take home a wide assortment of doodads and formations that you created all on your own.  Learn and discover many different scientific concepts in an entertaining and innovative approach.  Generate your own growing cube and make a shiny clean penny!  Make your very own UV bracelet and watch it react to the sun.  Learn all about energy and molecules, create a crazy bouncy glob from glue, and some scary green slime!  You will also get to witness some really cool scientific demonstrations from your instructor.  Watch snow being created and feel how cold it is!  Experience a really powerful magnet, a cool blue light, a soda explode, and many other exciting experiments in this fascinating and educational workshop!ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETMANIA- Ages 7-11Learn all about electronics, magnetism, and more in this fun and educational hands-on workshop!  Take part in our Minds in Motion electronic lab and take home your very own circuit kit.  With the aid of your instructor, simply follow the colorful pictures in your manual to build up to 100 exciting projects such as a flying saucer, alarm, and doorbell!  All parts are mounted on plastic modules and snap together with ease.  You will also take part and witness many cool magnetic experiments including making and taking home the World’s Simplest Motor!  See a mysterious spinning top that never stops and witness a cool magnetic sand timer.  Watch electricity being produced by a hand held generator and take part in a cool activity involving a very powerful magnet.  Behold a special magnetic top levitating and much much more!KINGII DRAGON ROBOT WORKSHOP- Ages 8-12Build and take home your very own Kingii Dragon Robot!  Based on the chalamydosaurus kingii, or frilled lizard, this robot is a smart super lizard with artificial intelligence (AI) and one of the wackiest lizards to roam planet Earth!  Kingii Dragon Robot has an infrared sensor that is programmed for two different modes.  If it is activated in the “escape” mode, the robot will feel threatened, gape its mouth, dramatically spread and flap its frill, illuminate its bi-color LED eyes, and scurry away to safety!  In the “follow-me” mode, the robot will assess danger by bluffing the attacker.  When the robot does not sense danger it might approach you like a pet lizard.  Students will also free-build with hundreds of robotic parts and control their robotic creations using remotes and engines to see who can build the strongest and fastest robot.  Working in small groups, you will truly be able to put your skills and imagination to the test!TITAN TANK- Ages 8-12Build and take home your very own Titan Tank!  The Titan Tank is an infrared remote control kit.  Its microprocessor provides different channels that allow up to four Titans to fight each other at the same time!  It makes action sounds when shooting and when it is hit.  The Titan moves using six wheels that can move forward, backward, right and left.  Learn how the Titan Tank works by its use of remote control, infrared transmitting modules, motors, battery terminals, circuit boards, many gears, and more!  You can compete with your friends on who can drive their Titan Tank the fastest or battle each other using your shooting indicator and life indicator.  You will also learn all about how radio controlled devices work and the great benefits of using these devices.  Come join and take part in Titan Tank tons of educational fun in this very exciting program!COVID GUIDELINES-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). -Our programs will be restructured so that each participant will have their own individual projects. There will be no group activities.-All participants will be seated at a safe distance apart from each other.-In the event any supplies need to being shared, they will be sanitized and wiped down between turns. -Our instructors will wear a protective mask and gloves. They will have sanitizer and sanitizing wipes on hand to be used accordingly.-Instructors will be asked a series of questions regarding symptoms or being in contact with anyone with symptoms prior to running the program.
 
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Archery Clinic - Archery Clinic / Session B
Our youth archery program offers children the unique opportunity to discover the joy of shooting a bow as well as learning about different disciplines of the sport.  Each day the children will will learn to develop proper shooting form based on the National Training System (NTS) under the instruction of a certified coach. A variety of creative and challenging target games are incorporated in every class to ensure students will have fun while learning proper form and aiming skills.  In addition to receiving clear instruction, this class provides unique benefits to children, including the opportunity to make new friends, a great upper body workout, and the chance to build self confidence.Instructor is USA Archery certified - Dee SacchettiCOVID GUIDELINES-Under phase 3 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart)-Instructor will be required to wear mask if they cannot remain socially distant from students.-Each student will receive their own bow and arrows for the duration of the class. If sharing of bows is necessary, wipes will be available to use before the next student uses the equipment.-Students will remain 6ft apart designated by cones. -All equipment will be cleaned after class.-If you would like your child to wear their mask for the duration of the program please communicate that with the instructor.
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Private Swim Lessons Session 6
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Swim Lessons- Outside at Morton Park - Morton Park Semi-Private Swim Lessons Session 6
Private Lessons- RESIDENTS ONLY*Note: Beach or 4x4 Stickers will be required for all vehicles entering Morton Park for all swim lessons. https://epay.cityhallsystems.com/ We will try to keep the session dates and times as updated as possible!Session 1: July 6th - 10th- ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE. Monday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45p FILLEDTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p FILLED, Wednesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a , 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLED, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 2: July 13th - 17thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p FILLED, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p FILLED, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a FILLED, 10:10a-10:40a FILLED, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p Friday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a FILLED, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p FILLEDSession 3: July 20th - 24thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a FILLED, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pFriday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 4: July 27th - 31stMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 5: August 3rd - 7thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pSession 6: August 10th - 14thMonday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pTuesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pWednesday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pThursday: 9:35a-10:05a, 10:10a-10:40a, 10:45a-11:15a, 11:20a-11:50a, 12:20p-12:50p, 12:55p-1:25p, 1:30p-2:00p, 2:05p-2:35p, 2:40p-3:10p, 3:15p-3:45pPrivate - $25 residents per child per half hour  Semi-Private Swim Lessons - $35 resident (up to 2 children in same household) Scheduled on the 1/2 hour between 9:30am and 3:55pm at Morton Park ONLY!We will do our best to schedule the time requested or the next closest time available. **There are no credits or refunds issued for private and semi private lessons. We will do our best to reschedule your time if they are cancelled due to inclement weather**Levels to help gage what level your child is at skill wise. If you need help with the levels please give the office a call.LEVEL 1 – WATER EXPLORATION The  main focus of Level 1 is an introduction to water.  If your child cannot fully submerge without holding their nose, this class is for them.  Skills required to pass this level include:  front and back float with supports, front and back glide with support, basic combined stroke.LEVEL 2 – PRIMARY SKILLS The  main focus of this level is to strengthen front and back floating skills and work on basic front and back crawl (beginner stroke) skills. In order to pass this level the child must be comfortable underwater, roll from front to back float, tread water for 15 seconds, and  swim for 5 body lengths using a combined stroke or beginner stroke.LEVEL 3 – STROKE  DEVELOPMENT The  main focus of this level is strengthening front and back swimming skills in deep water. The skills associated with the elementary backstroke and sidestroke kick will be introduced. In order to pass this level the child must be able to tread in deep water for 30 seconds, swim the front crawl for 15 yards using rotary breathing and demonstrate knowledge of both the elementary backstroke and scissor kick in deep water.  They will need to be comfortable swimming underwater.LEVEL 4 – STROKE IMPROVEMENTThe  main focus of this level is to build swimming endurance and improve stroke technique. In order to be in this level your child needs to have passed level 3 and be able to swim crawl and elementary backstrokes with good technique for 15 yards. Sidestroke skills will be improved on and complicated breaststroke and butterfly stroke skills will be taught. In order to pass this level the child must be able to swim Front Crawl and elementary back strokes for 25 yards, sidestroke for 15 yards and show knowledge of breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. At this level your child needs to be very comfortable in deep water and be able to swim underwater for 3-5 body lengths.LEVEL 5 – STROKE REFINEMENT The  main focus of this level is to refine the technique for all of the strokes and continue to build endurance. To be in this level your child needs to have passed level 4 and have a great crawl stroke with rotary breathing, strong elementary backstroke and sidestroke. In addition they should know how to do the breaststroke and butterfly. They should be able to dive into a pool, swim 25 yards and surface dive down to 8 feet. In order to pass this level the child must be able to show proper technique in all of the strokes that have been learned. They should be able to swim 50 yards comfortably using both the front crawl and elementary backstrokes.LEVEL 6 – SKILL PROFICIENCYThe  main focus of this level is to improve stroke technique and build endurance. There are three separate sections of instruction in this level. They are: Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of Diving. Because this program is taught in a pond with no diving facilities available, only the first two sections will be covered in this class. To be in this level, your child must have proof of having passed level 5.
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Minds in Motion Workshops - TITAN TANK
Chemical Creations- Ages 7-11Come experience a hands-on world of fun as you conduct a variety of scientific experiments!  You will make and take home a wide assortment of doodads and formations that you created all on your own.  Learn and discover many different scientific concepts in an entertaining and innovative approach.  Generate your own growing cube and make a shiny clean penny!  Make your very own UV bracelet and watch it react to the sun.  Learn all about energy and molecules, create a crazy bouncy glob from glue, and some scary green slime!  You will also get to witness some really cool scientific demonstrations from your instructor.  Watch snow being created and feel how cold it is!  Experience a really powerful magnet, a cool blue light, a soda explode, and many other exciting experiments in this fascinating and educational workshop!ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETMANIA- Ages 7-11Learn all about electronics, magnetism, and more in this fun and educational hands-on workshop!  Take part in our Minds in Motion electronic lab and take home your very own circuit kit.  With the aid of your instructor, simply follow the colorful pictures in your manual to build up to 100 exciting projects such as a flying saucer, alarm, and doorbell!  All parts are mounted on plastic modules and snap together with ease.  You will also take part and witness many cool magnetic experiments including making and taking home the World’s Simplest Motor!  See a mysterious spinning top that never stops and witness a cool magnetic sand timer.  Watch electricity being produced by a hand held generator and take part in a cool activity involving a very powerful magnet.  Behold a special magnetic top levitating and much much more!KINGII DRAGON ROBOT WORKSHOP- Ages 8-12Build and take home your very own Kingii Dragon Robot!  Based on the chalamydosaurus kingii, or frilled lizard, this robot is a smart super lizard with artificial intelligence (AI) and one of the wackiest lizards to roam planet Earth!  Kingii Dragon Robot has an infrared sensor that is programmed for two different modes.  If it is activated in the “escape” mode, the robot will feel threatened, gape its mouth, dramatically spread and flap its frill, illuminate its bi-color LED eyes, and scurry away to safety!  In the “follow-me” mode, the robot will assess danger by bluffing the attacker.  When the robot does not sense danger it might approach you like a pet lizard.  Students will also free-build with hundreds of robotic parts and control their robotic creations using remotes and engines to see who can build the strongest and fastest robot.  Working in small groups, you will truly be able to put your skills and imagination to the test!TITAN TANK- Ages 8-12Build and take home your very own Titan Tank!  The Titan Tank is an infrared remote control kit.  Its microprocessor provides different channels that allow up to four Titans to fight each other at the same time!  It makes action sounds when shooting and when it is hit.  The Titan moves using six wheels that can move forward, backward, right and left.  Learn how the Titan Tank works by its use of remote control, infrared transmitting modules, motors, battery terminals, circuit boards, many gears, and more!  You can compete with your friends on who can drive their Titan Tank the fastest or battle each other using your shooting indicator and life indicator.  You will also learn all about how radio controlled devices work and the great benefits of using these devices.  Come join and take part in Titan Tank tons of educational fun in this very exciting program!COVID GUIDELINES-Under phase 2 guidelines masks will be required if the participants cannot maintain social distance (6 ft apart). -Our programs will be restructured so that each participant will have their own individual projects. There will be no group activities.-All participants will be seated at a safe distance apart from each other.-In the event any supplies need to being shared, they will be sanitized and wiped down between turns. -Our instructors will wear a protective mask and gloves. They will have sanitizer and sanitizing wipes on hand to be used accordingly.-Instructors will be asked a series of questions regarding symptoms or being in contact with anyone with symptoms prior to running the program.
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Aces Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Aces Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Kings Lacrosse Practice
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Liverpool FC Soccer Practices
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Plymouth Little League Practices and Games