Recreational Activities

Recreation Guides

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Winter 2020-2021 Life in Rockville Recreation and Parks Activity Guide

Warm up your winter by staying active and engaged virtually and in-person. Staying active is essential to maintaining both your physical and mental health. Social activity is just as vital to our overall well-being as physical activity. Connect with friends and try out a new class, Create natural holiday craft projects with family, Celebrate the rich history of Rockville with the Peerless Rockville Speaker Series. Look inside to find programs that are just right for you.

Registration begins: Thursday, December 3 at 8:30 a.m.iew Guide Download PDF Guide

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Winter 2021 Adults 60+ Recreation and Services Guide

The Senior Center is coming to you through virtual programs! Enjoy learning fascinating tales from a woman who bought a one-way ticket abroad, enhance your knowledge about Montgomery County’s history with author, Judith Welles, embrace your technology skills with over 20 technology classes, experience a fitness class right from your living room, and listen to many free seminars about your physical and mental health.  

Registration begins: Thursday, December 3 at 8:30 a.m.

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Rockville has big-city offerings with friendly customer service to make you feel at home. You can join friends and neighbors on the field in our youth and adult sports leagues or learn a new skill in one of our specialty classes. With a consistent high ranking, our residents agree our recreation activities are the best value in the area.

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Other Ways to Stay Safe and Stay Active

Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for more ideas on how to stay active and fit while staying safe.

Follow Croydon Creek Nature Center on Facebook and ask a naturalist questions, find family-friendly activities and meet the animals.