THPRD's summer schedule will be available online April 12
The Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District will soon release its summer schedule for the community.
On Monday, April 12, people can visit THPRD's website to plan their summer recreation schedule, including classes and camps for youth. This will include full-day and half-day camp options for children.
"Options include sports play, nature camps, themed camps, and more," said the Beaverton-area district in a statement. "Camps (are) available for preschool age through preteen."
The district encourages people to sign up online for the camps and activities because it is the "fastest, easiest and best way to register." In-district patrons can also register in person at one of THPRD's open facilities starting Saturday, May 1.
As for new additions, THPRD will be expanding its special registration assistance center to serve additional languages.
"This term, we are partnering with community-based organizations to accommodate even more languages. Details are still being finalized, but we anticipate having in-person translation for Arabic, Farsi, Somali, and more," said the district.
THPRD will continue to have bilingual staff and volunteers serving Spanish-speaking patrons.
All non-English speakers needing extra help are encouraged to attend the "Expanding Centro de Bienvenida" event from 7:30 a.m. to noon Saturday, May 1, at THPRD's Howard M. Terpenning Complex, located at 15707 S.W. Walker Road, in Beaverton.
The district says there will be bilingual staff members that will support people in finding summer camps, fitness classes, sport leagues, access to the gym, swimming and other opportunities.
Registration for the Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District's summer camps, programs, classes and activities will also begin on May 1 for in-district residents. Out-of-district registration starts on Monday, May 3.
People can also register via telephone by calling 503-439-9400. THPRD hone registration may have a longer wait time.
For more information, visit THPRD.org.
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