Medfield Parks & Recreation
FALL PROGRAMS NOW AVAILABLE!
Here are some of the great programs we are offering this fall. Most programs will start after Labor Day, and some will begin later in September. Keep an eye out, we are always adding more programs!
KNITTING 101: Get ready for the chilly weather by learning to knit your own warm and stylish accessories. Class is a one-day program on Tuesday, Sept 27!
INTERIOR DESIGN FOR YOUR HOME: This is a class on the basic techniques used in interior design and decorating. Subjects such as color theory, paint colors, floor planning, furniture styles, fabric selection and more will be covered in this four-week session that starts on Sept. 28.
HIP HOP DANCE: Join Celtics dancer Aly Pereira as she teaches the latest dance moves to the most popular music out right now. Students will learn various dances to popular music as the class incorporates choreography and different forms of freestyle movement. The 8-week class starts Sept. 27.
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KINDERGARTEN ENRICHMENT PROGRAM
Once again this school year, Parks and Recreation will host a Kindergarten Enrichment program for those children in the morning half-day session! This class is open to anyone in the Medfield program at Memorial or any out-of-town residents as well!
The fall session starts Sept. 27!
Join former elementary school teacher Maureen Dodge for an extended Kindergarten experience every Tuesday! When the school bell rings, the day is not over! Your child will come to the Pfaff Center for an extended day filled with play and learning.
KID'S NIGHT OUT!
This month's edition of Kid's Night Out will take place on Friday, Oct. 28 from 5:30-8pm.
We will be showing LILO & STITCH.
All kids will receive pizza for dinner, a juice box and water as well as an ice cream desert!
Cost is just $15 per child!
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New Parks & Recreation Programs
Do you have a special interest, skill or talent that you could teach?
Contact us to discuss teaching a class to the community: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kevin Ryder, CPRP, Director of Parks & Recreation
Eric Kevorkian, Program Coordinator
Brian Schools, CPSI, Facilities & Grounds
Pfaff Community Center
124 North Street
Medfield, MA 02052
M-F 8:30am to 4:30pm