Latest Berlin Recreation News

BERLIN — Hockey season is just around the corner. Register before the first lesson on Oct. 28. Berlin Recreation Developmental Hockey is open to any child age five to 15. Beginner level will meet Saturdays and Wednesdays at a cost of $150. Intermediate level will meet Saturdays, Sundays and Wednesdays at a cost of $250. Lessons conducted at Notre Dame Arena. Register at Berlin Recreation Center, First Avenue, Berlin.

Fall indoor yard sale: Saturday, Oct. 28 from 8 a.m. to noon. Event is already filling up with vendors! Limited room still available. $10 for a 10' x 15’ space. Turn your unwanted treasures into cash or come for the great bargains just in time for the holidays!

Little Tykes playground: Next session of Miss Missy’s Little Tykes will begin Thursday, Nov. 9. (No class Tuesday, Nov. 7 — Election Day and Thursday, Nov.23 — Thanksgiving). Join us for fun, learning and activities. Limited space available for potty — trained three to five year olds. Six-week program on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9 a.m. to noon at the Berlin Recreation Center. $72 per person. Limited room.

Tennis anyone? Thanks to a generous donation from Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Ruediger, Berlin Recreation has four racquets and tennis balls available for anyone to borrow. Want to try the sport but not make the commitment of buying the equipment just yet? This is a good way to try your hand at the game. Basic rental agreement is required when borrowing the equipment. Please visit the Berlin Recreation Department to sign the rental agreement and pick up the equipment. Please call ahead at (603) 752-2010.

Time to think snow: Registration is now open for the third-sixth grade ski and snowboard program. This recreation program is in collaboration with Wildcat and the Berlin Public Schools, so students must be in good standing to be allowed to participate. This year the program will go six weeks — an extra week — no extra charge! Cost is $100 per person mandatory lesson fee, $50 optional equipment fee due at time of registration. Third grade students must ski; fourth through sixth have the option to ski or snowboard. More details at time of registration. Limited scholarships available. Scholarship applications available at Berlin Recreation Center and must be returned by Wednesday, Nov. 15. Call (603) 752-2010 for more information or visit the First Avenue office to pick up the program booklets.