Daily Buzz | Register for Spring Recreation Programs Today
And, no school in Burlington
Good morning, Burlington!
As a reminder, school isn’t happening in Burlington today.
But, do you know what is happening? It’s Rec Department registration day! Be sure to review the Recreation Department catalog and make your selections ahead of registration opening at 6:00.
Many see the Recreation Catalog as something for kids—but it’s so much more than that. Our award-winning recreation department truly offers something for every age, area of interest, and ability/fitness level. Just look at these cool offerings:
Pre-School Fun & Run
Pip-Hop (hip-hop dancing for ages 3-4
Intro to Boxing for grades K-8
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu for ages 7-15
Beginner French Lessons
3D Printing, Coding, and Design
SafeSitter Babysitting Course
Voice lessons for ages 12+
Burilngton walks at Mary Cummings Park, Sawmill Brook, and the Landlocked Forest
Family DiscGolf Clinic
Family Pizza in the Trees
Therapeutic Horseback Riding
Social Latin Dance
Introduction to Golf
Ayurvedic Approach: Herbs for Healthy Gut
Lift & Burn
Crank of Dawn cycling
There are also some one-time themed activities and community events, like:
Bunny Hop dance class on April 7
Mother’s Day Flower Arranging on May 12
Family Fishing Festival
Community Yard Sale
And this is just a fraction of what you can find in the Recreation catalog. I hope you check it out and register for something fun today!
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Today in Burlington
Meetings and Events
No school in Burlington Public Schools today.
8:00 AM - Audit Committee will review financial footnotes and engage in a Q&A on financial statements. (Town Hall)
9:00 AM - Housing Authority will vote on whether to allow non-veterans to apply for the affordable housing unit on 127 South Bedford Street in the absence of qualified veteran applicants. (Tower Hill Apartments)
10:30 AM - Leprechaun Traps at the library (K-5) (Register- there are a few spots left!)
11:00 AM - Ways & Means Planning Department Subcommittee will discuss and vote on the FY24 Planning Department budget. (Town Hall Annex)
3:00 PM - Ramadan Story & Craft at the library (Registration full)
6:00 PM - Recreation Department Spring Registration Opens
6:30 PM - Conservation Commission will have public hearings on the Blanchard Road sidewalk construction project, and they’ll discuss incorporating climate change resilience into wetlands and stormwater bylaws and regulations. (Town Hall and virtual)
6:30 PM - Last Word Toastmasters Club at the library
7:00 PM - Library Trustees (Burlington Public Library)
Sports and Activities
Unfortunately, the season ended last night for our Lady Devils hockey team. They put up a hard fight but ended up falling 3-0 to the Bishops of Archbishop Williams.
There’s nothing else in the official sports calendar until spring scrimmages start, but if you know of an activity that I don’t yet report on, please do let me know and I will be sure it makes it into the Buzz! I have recent or upcoming stories on the robotics and mock trial teams, and would love to continue reporting on other organizations in Burlington!