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Parks & Recreation’s WPC After School program for grades K-8 returns to full service starting August 31. The WPC program provides the Westford community with a safe, stimulating, and fun environment for school children during after school hours.
WPC offers each child:
The program runs Monday-Friday, from school dismissal to 5:45 p.m. with locations at the following Westford Public Schools: Abbot, Crisafulli, Day, Miller, Nabnasset, Robinson, and Stony Brook Middle School. *The Middle School program is run at Stony Brook Middle School. WPC provides bus transportation from Blanchard to Stony Brook.
Parks & Recreation provides additional support for parents and children with special full-day and full-week programs during school professional development days, parent conferences, and February and April school vacations. Each program is full of events that are educational, inspiring, and fun!
Learn more or register at About WPC on westfordrec.com
Speed & Agility with DJ Brock, for ages 9-22Session 7 runs August 16-19, Session 8 runs August 23-26
Stand Up Paddleboard Yoga with Solar Flow SUP, for ages 16 and upClasses on August 19 and on August 26
Nitehawks Fall Cross Country Track with Alex Ivanov, for grades 2-3 and 4-8Session runs September 9-October 28
Pre-Tee Ball with Coach Tim French, for ages 3-6Session runs September 14-October 12
CPR, AED and First Aid with Mike Votano, RN, for ages 9 and upClasses on September 27 and on October 25
GGLeagues Summer Egaming, sessions for youth, teens, and adultsSessions start on October 4, 5 and 6
Marcus Lewis Tennis Extension Program, for squirts, youth, and adultsSessions run September through October and cover a range of levels.
Learn more or register at Programs on westfordrec.com.
For information about Westford Parks & Recreation visit westfordma.gov.For recreation programming, visit westfordrec.com.Westford Parks & Recreation, 65 Main Street, Westford, MA 01886 | 978-692-5532