What's Rockin' At The Rec?

Weekly offerings and upcoming activities offered through the Moorestown Department of Parks and Recreation.

Week of Feb. 18:

Church Street Recreation Center: While the majority of the municipal complex is closed, there IS still limited parking for the Rec Center. Parking is accessible via Third Street. We urge drivers to be cautious
and slow when entering and leaving the lot. Thank you.

Open Gym Church Street Recreation Center:

Monday Feb. 18               CLOSED FOR INDOOR TENNIS

Tuesday, Feb. 19             3:00pm – 5:00pm                             

Wednesday, Feb. 20        3:00pm – 5:00pm   

Thursday, Feb. 21           3:00pm – 5:00pm 

Friday, Feb. 22               3:00pm – 9:45pm

Saturday, Feb. 23             7:00pm - 9:45pm

Live Civilly Homework Help — OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:00 -5:00 PM. Church Street Recreation Center, Third Floor. NO REGISTRATION NECESSARY. Services provided on walk-in basis. Interested in volunteering? Contact Live Civilly at www.livecivilly.org.

Live Civilly and Moorestown Parks & Recreation March Madness! Starting Friday, Feb. 22, at 6:00 PM. Three-on-three Basketball Tournament, players ages 10-15. Open to all students. In order to win the grand prize, students must not only play well but work well - an hour of HOMEWORK HELP is required in order to be eligible to win. For details, email contact@livecivilly.org.

YOUTH BASKETBALL CIVILITY AWARDS: Additional Award nominee from last
week! Congratulations to Ted Kirn and Nick Weller for teamwork and sportsmanship! Coaches, Live Civilly is accepting nominees for the Civility Awards throughout the season for student-athletes who are able to demonstrate good sportsmanship and teamwork! We love our athletes who understand the importance of those qualities on and off the courts! Thank you for your participation. Nominations can be sent to contact@livecivilly.org.


  • Adults B Fit, every Thursday morning, Church Street Recreation Center from 9:00-10:00 AM
  • Tumblin’ Tots every Thursday morning, Church Street Recreation Center 9:30-11:00 AM

believe, but if our groundhog friend was right, spring should be knocking on
our doors shortly! NOW is the time to REGISTER for Spring activities! Visit this link—http://www.moorestown.nj.us/content/207/243/261/default.aspx—to find a complete listing of downloadable forms and detailed dates, times and

  • GIRLS B FIT: Winter Session II has just started, but Spring Sessions start as early as March 5. 
  • GIRLS RECREATION LACROSSE: 3rd & 4th Grade. League starts March 13. Accepting registrations NOW! 
  • TUMBLIN’ TOTS: For children ages 18 months-4 years old. Spring Session I begins March 7, Spring Session II starts May 2. 
  • ARTS & CRAFTS: For Children in Kindergarten-4th Grade. Spring Session I begins March 2, Spring Session II begins April 27. All sessions take place at New Albany Road Recreation Center.
  • DANCE: Pre-Ballet, Creative Ballet, Hip Hop and Tap. All classes held on the Third Floor of the Church Street Recreation Center.
    • Pre-Ballet (ages 3 and 4) begins Saturday March 9
    • Creative Ballet (ages 5 and 6) begins Saturday March 9
    • Hip Hop (ages 8-16) begins March 12
    • Tap (ages 8-16) begins March 12


  • Church Street Recreation Center is OPEN, please check above schedule for “Open Gym” times
  • The Turf Field at Wesley Bishop Fields on North Church Street is open daily until 5:00 PM
  • The Skate Park at Wesley Bishop Fields on North Church Street is closed for repair and renovations
  • New Albany Recreation Center is open for classes and standing events

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