As summer ends, fall programming begins at the Westlake Recreation Center

Day Camp kids learn about a snake at the Cleveland Zoo during a field trip

The start of September brings an ending and a beginning to the Westlake Recreation Center. It marks the end of our summer programming and the beginning of fall.

With the summer programs completed, the staff at the recreation center can give themselves a pat on the back for a job well done and be proud of another successful summer. The staff has begun preparing for the Fall programs by organizing thoughts, agendas, itineraries and game plans.

During the month of August, the Recreation Center conducts its annual maintenance routine in which the building is cleaned from ceiling to floor. The gym is squeaky clean, the fitness room is spick and span and the pools are sparkling. The center is now open with exception of the slides in the Lazy River which are closed and currently under construction. 

Fall will be an exciting time with a wide variety of programs and events to participate in. For more information regarding our programs, log onto the Recreation Center’s website at or stop by the front desk at the Recreation Center, Meadowood Golf Course or City Hall. Also feel free to check us out on Facebook and become a fan: Fans will receive updates regarding schedule changes and upcoming events.

Here is a partial list of some of our upcoming September Events and Programs:

  • Pirate Adventure (ages 3-5)
  • Autumn Time (ages 3-5)                                                                   
  • Pony Lessons (ages 3-11)
  • Jr. Spikers Volleyball (grades K-2)
  • Jr. Hoopers Basketball (ages 5-6)
  • NFL / PEPSI Punt, Pass & Kick (ages 8-15)
  • Fantasy Football (Grades 5-8)
  • Demon Development Basketball Clinic (Grade 1-8)
  • Home School Sport, Swim & Fitness Program (up to 15 yrs.)
  • Learn To Swim Classes
  • Ballet and Jazz for kids ages 5-13
  • Shoot and Score (Grades 3-12)
  • Adult Belly Dancing
  • Adult Line Dancing
  • Adult Watercolor
  • Budget Management
  • Youth and Adult Ceramics
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Volume 1, Issue 2, Posted 12:35 PM, 09.04.2009