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Posted on: September 12, 2018

[ARCHIVED] Westford Parks & Recreation Update - September 12

Enjoy Fall Programs at Westford Parks & Recreation

Starting soon:

CPR, AED, and First Aid 
Comprehensive training that is easy to learn and easy to retain. This four-hour class, based on the ASHI (American Safety &Health Institute), is for ages 9 and older. Next classes available: September 19, October 17, or November 14 (Wednesdays).

Qi Gong and Tai Chi - Self-Care Investments 
Reduce stress, improve balance, and expand range-of-motion. Session 1 of this four-week program starts on Thursday, September 20.

Coed Volleyball - Beginner to Intermediate
Enjoy a friendly, non-competitive evening of volleyball on Tuesdays in the Abbot School Gym from 6:30-9:00 p.m. Join at any time – drop in fee is $5.  

Junior Volleyball for Girls with Marie Henderson
Learn the basics of this sport in a relaxed, pressure free environment. Instruction will concentrate on game rules and skill development. Sign up for individual classes on For grades 4-6.

Impact Speed & Agility with D.J. Brock 
Enhance a young athlete’s speed, agility, and coordination through FUNdamental skills and drills. Sign up for individual days online at For ages 8-18.

FitPlay Program - NEW
Preschool/Pre-K children learn about fitness and good health by combining sports-like skills and functional movements with basic nutritional education. Starts on September 18 from 10:00-10:45 a.m. For ages 2-5.

To learn more about our fall programs, visit Programs on, or see our online Fall-Winter Brochure.

Westford Partnership for Children (WPC)
After School Enrichment Program: Session 1

WPC Session 1 has already started (August 28-October 26), but you can enroll for WPC programs at any point during the session. Registration Forms can be found at 22 Town Farm Road or visit WPC After School Program on

WPC Special Programs: Each year WPC offers a Special Program itinerary full of events that are educational, inspiring, and fun. On Tuesday, October 9 (Professional Development day), WPC will be visiting Honey Pot Hill Orchards in Stow. For grades K-8.

Middle School REC Club program at Stony Brook includes age appropriate activities, homework help, and social time with friends. Blanchard students are bused to Stony Brook upon dismissal for no additional fee.

Westford Parks & Recreation After School Enrichment Program for K-8 provides a safe, stimulating, and fun environment Monday through Friday, from school dismissal until 5:45 p.m. WPC has served eight Westford Public Schools for over ten years. Westford Partnership for Children (WPC) is a Parks & Recreation sponsored After School Enrichment Program in collaboration with Westford Public Schools. 

To learn more about WPC, visit About WPC on

Fall Tennis at Stony Brook Middle School Courts with the
Marcus Lewis Tennis Center – Join at Any Time

This is the fifth year that Westford Parks & Recreation has partnered with MLTEP, an extension program that has provided Westford’s community with local, quality instruction for all ages, and all levels. Look for MLTC Tennis Director, Donna Holmes, at Stony Brook Middle School Courts – she and other MLTC teachers will be bringing years of experience teaching students red ball (ages 4-8), orange ball (ages 8-10), green ball (ages 9-12), and yellow ball (ages 12 plus) classes, at the appropriate level, as well as classes for middle school, high school, and adults. New to Tennis? MLTC offers a Junior and an Adult “Try Tennis” Class. Now is your chance to get out on the courts and take a tennis lesson for FREE. This fall, start MLTC classes at any time. Class charges will be prorated. 

See the Parks & Recreation Fall-Winter Brochure at for program details. To register or to learn more, contact Holly at MLTC: 978-656-1371 or

Visit: 22 Town Farm Road, Westford, MA 01886   |   Call: 978-692-5532   |   Or Register Online @:

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