Spring into Sports with Mesa Parks and Recreation Programs

February 1, 2024 at 11:30 am

From pickleball and swim lessons to Hip-Hop classes,Mesa Parks and Recreationsoffers spring programs and activities for people of all ages and abilities. Registration begins Monday, Feb. 5 at 8 a.m. for Mesa residents and Monday, Feb. 12 at 8 a.m. for non-Mesa residents for the City's spring programs. Mesa offers programs and activities to people of all ages and abilities:

Adult sports: volleyball, softball, kickball, tennis, pickleball and the award-winning recess for adults program.Youth sports: volleyball, futsal (football-based game played on a hard court like a basketball court), junior golf and playball multi-sport.Teen recreation: 3-on-3 basketball, pickleball, tabletop nights and junior teens tournaments.Adaptive recreation: TGIF, track and field, hiking and a fashion show.

Other programs include tennis and pickleball lessons, swim lessons, lifeguard and water safety instructor certification and spring break camps. Mesa Parks and Recreation also offers hip hop tumbling, babysitting and child safety for youth, dog manners and tai chi. A full list of programs and activities is available in the springPLAYBOOK Magazine.

There are four ways to register for spring programs and activities:

Onlineusing the Active Net Registration SystemEmail: Email a completed registration form toParksRecInfo@MesaAZ.govBy mail: Mesa Parks and Recreation

P.O. Box 1466

Mail Stop 7010

Mesa, AZ 8522

In-person at the Mesa Parks and Recreation office at 708 W. Baseline Road. Office hours are Monday-Thursday, 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Registration forms are available inEnglishandSpanish. For questions, call (480) 644-PLAY (7529). Some Mesa residents may qualify for theMRS Discount,which provides 50% off youth and adaptive programs. For more information or to schedule interviews, please emailana.pereira@mesaaz.gov