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    The Human Services and Recreation Department invites you to join us in our programs and activities which serve people of all ages and abilities and can provide you with an opportunity to enhance your life by meeting new friends and neighbors, exploring the arts, learning about community services, developing skills and so much more! 

     


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    Spring Summer 2016 Brochure   

    Spring-Summer 2016 Brochure


    Click here to view the new exciting Spring-Summer 2016 brochure!  General registration opens for all activities on Monday, March 21 for Pasadena residents and non-residents. Registration can be done in person at Jackie Robinson Community Center, Robinson Park Community Center, Villa-Parke Community Center and Victory Park Recreation Center. 

    Check out our exciting Summer Camp and Aquatics offerings on pages 8-14.  Click here for online registration. For more information, please call (626) 744-7500.
      

    Summer Camp Registration Now Open!

     

     
    Registration for our popular, high-quality summer camps is now open for Pasadena residents and PUSD families.  Non-resident registration opens Monday, April 4.  

    Click here for online registration. For more information, please call (626) 744-7500.  
         

    UPCOMING EVENTS


     

     Family Fun Day

     

    FAMILY FUN DAY, MAY 28 


     
    Join us for this fun community celebration at La Pintoresca Park from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.  Arts and crafts, fitness activities, informational booths sponsored by local community organizations, entertainment, food available for purchase and fun!  For more information, please call (626) 744-6530.

     

     
    The Future Adaptive Art Show Cover 

     

     SAVE THE DATE!  ANNUAL ADAPTIVE ART SHOW, JULY 16 

      
    Join the Adaptive Recreation Program and the Armory Center for the Arts in celebrating our amazing artists! This year's exhibit is themed, "The Future." Adaptive recreation program activities serve the recreation needs of individuals with physical and developmental disabilities.  Our popular art program allows our participants to express themselves through art, and this annual show is a wonderful celebration of the arts and our community.  Saturday, July 16 at the Armory Center for the Arts.  For more information, call Victory Park at (626) 744-7500.
     

     

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