Parks & Recreation Office Hours Contact Us
Open Monday - Friday Although we have programs running,
from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
the Burlington Parks & Recreation
*We will be closed on July 3 & Sept. 7 office remains closed to the public.
Parks & Recreation Commission If you have a question or need to
speak with someone in our office,
Kevin Sullivan, Chairperson please use the information below:
Kevin Sheehan Phone: 781.270.1695
Email: [email protected]
Thomas Murphy, School Committee Representative
Paul Raymond, Planning Board Representative
Parks & Recreation Staff
Brendan Egan, Director of Parks & Recreation
Rich Cote, Superintendent of Parks
Kelly Lehman, Program Coordinator
Jessie Hampson, Assistant Program Coordinator
Emma Jones, CTRS, Therapeutic Rec Specialist
Registration for programs listed in this brochure will begin at 8:30 am on
Tuesday, June 30th for Burlington residents only. Don’t forget,
additional enrollment space for summer programs will open on July 1.
Look for new programs throughout the brochure; they have yellow titles!
We have included a brief overview of protocols that will be implemented for all of our programs below.
• Physical distancing will be required whenever possible. When physical distancing is not possible par-
ticipants will be required to wear a mask.
• Participants will be required to complete a health screening prior to the start of each day.
• Plans have been created and implemented to complete extra cleaning and sanitizing of facilities.
• Registration for all programs will be limited due to group size restrictions.
Please note that this situation is fluid. As new state guidelines are released and programs are adjusted we will
continue to keep you informed.
If your desired class is filled, you will be notified and placed on a waiting list. We will make every effort to
accommodate those on the waiting list.
OFFERED AS OF JUNE 26
Ages 3 - 5, Monday - Friday, 9 - 11 am, $55, Function Rooms 1 & 2, Director: Heidi Griffin
Nothing unleashes a child’s creativity quite like art. This program encourages young children to explore their sense
of artistic possibility. Through art, children will express themselves beyond their words, while their imaginations
expand past the boundaries of the art paper. We encourage children to bring water bottles. Children must be
toilet-trained. A copy of your child’s birth certificate must accompany the registration for new participants.
Dates Activity # Dates Activity # Dates Activity #
July 6 - 10 462600-A July 20 - 24 462600-C Aug. 3 - 7 462600-E
July 13 - 17 462600-B July 27 - 31 462600-D Aug. 10 - 14 462600-F
Youth Tennis Lessons Outdoor Volleyball
$35, Monday - Friday, Rahanis Tennis Courts Ages 7 - 12, Co-Ed, Monday - Friday, July 20 - 24
Director: Scott Barrett 5 - 7 pm, $125, Rahanis Playground, Instructor:
This program is for beginners to experienced players. Skyhawks Sports Academy, Activity #: 463101-A
Our staff will keep you coming back all summer. Par- This program will be played on the sand volleyball court
ticipants should bring a tennis racquet and water. Balls at Rahanis Park. The program is for players of all abili-
will be provided. A few peewee racquets are available ties. Participants will receive coaching in all volleyball
at the program on a first-come, first-serve basis. fundamentals and some tactical areas.
PEEWEES (Ages 4 - 7) Flag Football
Introduction to tennis skills, development of hand/eye
coordination, fun for your little ones. Monday - Friday, Aug. 17 - 21
BEGINNER/ADVANCED BEGINNER (Ages 8 - 12) 9 am - 3 pm, $160, Simonds Park
Basic stroke development for new players, intro to vol- Instructor: Skyhawks Sports Academy
ley, serve and various games that improve tennis skills. Through our “skill of the day” exercises, participants will
INTERMEDIATE (Ages 10 - 16)
learn skills on both sides of the ball including the core
Further stroke development, footwork, lobs and over- components of passing, catching, and de-flagging or
head; development of topspin, singles and doubles defensive positioning – all presented in a fun and posi-
competition on separate court.
tive environment. The week ends with the Skyhawks
RAIN DAY POLICY
Super Bowl, giving participants a chance to showcase
Rain days will not be made up. You will receive a reim- their skills on the gridiron! Hours of program may vary
bursement for any days missed due to our cancellation due to weather.
of the program.
Ages Activity # Ages Activity #
Ages 4 - 7 Ages 8 - 12 Ages 10 - 16 6-8 474001-A 9 - 11 474001-B
Date 5 - 5:45 pm 6 - 7 pm 7 - 8 pm
Activity # Activity # Activity # Cheerleading Camp
July 6 - 10 460901-A 460921-A 460941-A Ages 6 - 9, Co-Ed, Monday - Friday, Aug. 17 - 21
July 13 - 17 460901-B 460921-B 460941-B 9 am - 3 pm, $160, Simonds Park
July 20 - 24 460901-C 460921-C 460941-C Instructor: Skyhawks Sports Academy
July 27 - 31 460901-D 460921-D 460941-D Activity #: 463001-A
This program will teach young athletes the essential
Aug. 3 - 7 460901-E 460921-E 460941-E skills to lead crowds and support the home team! Each
Aug. 10 - 14 460901-F 460921-F 460941-F cheerleader will learn proper hand & body movements
and jumping techniques. The week concludes with a
Youth Volleyball choreographed performance.
Ages 7 - 12, Co-Ed, Monday - Friday, July 6 - 10
2:15 - 4:15 pm, $125, Recreation Gym, Instructor:
Skyhawks Sports Academy, Activity #: 470701-A
This clinic is for players from novice to intermediate
level. Participants will receive coaching in all volley-
ball fundamentals and some tactical areas 2
Field Hockey Hands-On Electronics
Thursdays, July 9 - Aug. 6, 6:30 - 8 pm, $40 Grades 3 - 6 (grade completed), Monday - Friday
(5 weeks), Varsity Field, Instructor: Angela Wilson August 24 - 28, 9 am - Noon, $154
Get trained in all aspects of field hockey: positioning,
dribbling, dodging, passing, defending and scoring. COA Murray Kelly Wing, Instructor: Circuit Lab
Players will improve their fundamentals, game sense, Staff Activity #: 457701-A
and develop a better understanding of the sport. Wear
comfortable clothing, sneakers/cleats, shin guards, a Tinker with electronics while learning the basics of
molded mouth-guard, and goggles. Field hockey sticks computer programming. We begin by experimenting
will be available to borrow. No experience necessary! with the fundamentals of electronics and circuitry, and
step up to projects where our class of young makers will
Grade Time Activity # design their own interactive and programmable devices.
completed Participants use the latest tools including Arduino (for
building interactive devices) and Raspberry Pi (for
5-8 6:30 - 8 pm 415201-B learning about computers and coding) to experiment
with LEDs, resistors, motors, and programming. Each
Baseball/Softball Camp class day gives participants the chance to design a
hands-on project with the guidance of skilled instructors.
Ages 7 - 12, Monday - Friday, Aug. 10 - 14
9 am - 3 pm, $160, Simonds Park App Inventors
Instructor: Skyhawks Sports Acadamy Grades 4 - 7 (grade completed), Monday - Friday
Coaches will teach the fundamentals of batting, Aug. 24 - Aug. 28, 1 - 4 pm, $154, COA Murray
Kelly Wing, Instructor: Circut Lab Staff
fielding, throwing, pitching and base-running in a fun Activity #: 462711-A
and positive environment. Athletes will learn skills Want to know how the apps work on your phone or
iPad? Or do you have the next app idea and need
such as respect and teamwork. Hours of program may to know how to make it? In this course, you will use
MIT App Inventor software to make fun, creative apps
vary due to weather. for Android phones and tablets. You will also explore
wireless communication by building custom Bluetooth
Sport Activity # hardware controllers and readouts for our apps.
Gymnastics at BHS
Grades 1 - 12 (grade completed), Monday - Thursday, 8:30 am - 1:30 pm, $92
BHS Gym, Director: Jourdan Marino
The gymnastics program will consist of instruction, recreational activities and special events. Students will
be placed in small groups according to age and ability. Skills will be taught in progression with emphasis on
teamwork, cooperation, safety and fun. This program is for all ability levels. Please bring a peanut-free lunch.
Date Girls Activity # Boys Activity #
Grade 1 - 2 461211-A Grade 1 - 2 461221-A
July 6 - 9 Grade 3 - 5 461231-A Grade 3 - 5 461241-A
Grade 6 - 12 461251-A Grade 6 - 12 461261-A
Grade 1 - 2 461211-B Grade 1 - 2 461221-B
July 13 - 16 Grade 3 - 5 461231-B Grade 3 - 5 461241-B
Grade 6 - 12 461251-B Grade 6 - 12 461261-B
Grade 1 - 2 461211-C Grade 1 - 2 461221-C
July 20 - 23 Grade 3 - 5 461231-C Grade 3 - 5 461241-C
Grade 6 - 12 461251-C Grade 6 - 12 461261-C
Grade 1 - 2 461211-D Grade 1 - 2 461221-D
July 27 - 30 Grade 3 - 5 461231-D Grade 3 - 5 461241-D
Grade 6 - 12 461251-D Grade 6 - 12 461261-D
Grades K - 4 (grade completed), Monday - Friday, 9 am - 4 pm, Simonds Park
Rain Day Location: Fox Hill School, Director: Holly Cullinan
Are you looking for a fun environment to send your child this Summer? The fun is always on at Club Simonds!
Spend fun-filled days playing games, making arts and crafts, cooking or performing in a skit. Daily water
activities may include the wading pool and sprinklers or water games, so don’t forget your bathing suit! Children
should bring a peanut-free lunch and water bottles in an insulated cooler or bag. In the event of rain, please call
the cancellation line or check our Facebook page after 7 am.
Dates Fee Activity # Dates Fee Activity #
July 6 - 10 $115 460001-A July 27 - 31 $115 460001-D
July 13 - 17 $115 460001-B Aug. 3 - 7 $115 460001-E
July 20 - 24 $115 460001-C Aug. 10 - 14 $110 460001-F
*Program ends at Noon on August 14
Simonds Park Wading Pool ~ Opens July 6th
(Online Reservation Required. Registration will begin on June 30th)
Burlington residents are welcome use the Simonds Park wading pool free of charge. In order to meet the guide-
lines ser forth by Governor Baker, we are requiring familys to reserve pool time. Reservations will be lmited 45
minutes to allow for proper sanitation of the pool and deck areas. Each household will be allowed no more than
1 reservation on a week day and 2 reservations on a weekend. Please register just one member of your house-
hold. You may bring up to 3 additional family members.
To further meet the guidelines, we will be requiring one-way traffic while on the pool deck. There is no furnatuire
allowed on deck. Family members are required to maintain physical distancing and face covering guidelines.
(Masks are not required to be worn while in the water.) No items will be allowed to be brought from home.
Wading Pool Hours: July 6 - 31 Wading Pool Hours: Aug. 1 - 14
Mondays 3 - 8 pm Mondays 3 - 7 pm
Tuesday - Friday 2 - 8 pm Tuesday - Friday 2 - 7 pm
Saturday & Sunday 10 am - 8 pm Saturday & Sunday 10 am - 7 pm
Wading Pool Hours: Aug. 15 - 28
Mondays Noon - 7 pm
Tuesday - Friday 10 am - 7 pm
Saturday & Sunday 10 am - 7 pm
Supervision: A Parks & Recreation Department supervisor will be on duty at the pool during hours of operation.
Please bring your receipt with you to check in. There will NOT be a lifeguard on duty. Children must be
accompanied by adults.
Middle School Park Place
Grades 5 - 8 (grade completed), Monday - Friday, 10 am - 2 pm, No Fee
Fox Hill School, Director: Shayla Ferren
Each week will have new activities geared toward middle school aged kids. Our staff will offer imaginative ac-
tivities and special events as well as traditional games, sports, and arts and crafts. Middle School Park Place is
offered free of charge (best bargain in town). There is no rain location; Middle School Park Place will close for
inclement weather. Staff members are responsible for children only when they are participating in park
Dates Activity # Dates Activity # Dates Activity #
July 6 - 10 464751-B July 20 - 24 464751-D Aug. 3 - 7 464751-F
July 13 - 17 464751-C July 27 - 31 464751-E Aug. 10 - 14 464751-G
(Online Reservation Required)
Grades K - 5 (grade completed), 9 am - 3 pm (All Parks will close at noon on Aug. 14th)
Francis Wyman School Rahanis Playground Regan Playground
Dates Activity # Dates Activity # Dates Activity #
July 6 - 10 464661-B July 6 - 10 464631-B July 6 - 10 464641-B
July 13 - 17 464661-C July 13 - 17 464631-C July 13 - 17 464641-C
July 20 - 24 464661-D July 20 - 24 464631-D July 20 - 24 464641-D
July 27 - 31 464661-E July 27 - 31 464631-E July 27 - 31 464641-E
Aug. 3 - 7 464661-F Aug. 3 - 7 464631-F Aug. 3 - 7 464641-F
Aug. 10 - 14 464661-G Aug. 10 - 14 464631-G Aug. 10 - 14 464641-G
Veteran’s Playground Wildwood Park
Dates Activity # Dates Activity #
July 6 - 10 464651-B July 6 - 10 464621-B
July 13 - 17 464651-C July 13 - 17 464621-C
July 20 - 24 464651-D July 20 - 24 464621-D
July 27 - 31 464651-E July 27 - 31 464621-E
Aug. 3 - 7 464651-F Aug. 3 - 7 464621-F
Aug. 10 - 14 464651-G Aug. 10 - 14 464621-G
Take a “chance” and find out why the Park Place program has a Monopoly on fun and excitement. Our staff
will offer imaginative activities and special events as well as traditional games, sports, and arts and crafts. Park
Place is still free of charge (best bargain in town). There is no rain location for Park Place programs; parks will
close for inclement weather.
Circuit Makers 101 All About Robotics
Grades 1 - 3, Monday - Friday, June 29 - July 3 Grades 2 - 4 (grade completed), Monday - Friday
9am - Noon, $154, COA Murray Kelly Wing June 29 - July 3, 1 - 4 pm, $154, COA Murray Kelly
Instructor: Circuit Lab Staff, Activity #: 451211-A Wing, Instructor: Circuit Lab Staff
Let’s get creative with electricity! In this junior version Activity #: 451601-A
of our Hands-On Electronics class, students will gain In this class we provide hands-on instruction on what
experience with creating their own electronics; design- it means to write, debug, and execute computer
ing custom light-up greeting cards, electric games, programs. We will work up to programming the Sphero
mazes, and even musical instruments. Circuit Lab staff robot, SPRK+. We will turn Sphero Robots into Magic 8
will make sure participants create a project that they Balls, automated Red Light / Green Light games, Harry
can be proud of each day. Most class days include a Potter Magic Wands, and more!
take-home project. 5
Modified Club Simonds
Grades K - 4 (grade completed), Monday - Friday, 10 am - 3 pm, $72 (*$68 session E), Full Day 9 AM - 4
PM ($115), ($110 session F)
Simonds Park, Rain Day Location: Fox Hill School
We welcome you to take advantage of our modified Club Simonds schedule! If your child attends summer en-
richment programs at their school or the regular day is too long or overwhelming, we hope that this new Club
Simonds availability may be helpful in meeting your needs. This option is appropriate for children with an IEP or
504 plan and/or those who will be receiving support as part of our summer inclusion program. Space is limited.
Please direct all questions and inquiries to Emma Jones, CTRS or Kelly Lehman. Registration is not available
online please email Emma Jones, CTRS at [email protected] to inquire about registration.
There are a limited number of full day opportunities available for modified Club Simonds pending assessment by
the Therapeutic Recreation Specialist. Please contact Emma Jones, CTRS to inquire.
Therapeutic Horseback Riding
Ages 3 through adult with a diagnosis, Ironstone
Farm 450 Lowell Street, Andover, MA
In partnership with the Disability Access Commission,
we are excited to once again offer this program for thirty
minute private sessions. There will be an initial evalua-
tion required for all new riders. You will coordinate with
the farm to find a time that is right for your own sched-
ule! Challenge Unlimited is a therapeutic riding pro-
gram whose focus is to help each individual achieve
his/her fullest potential. The movement of the horse
strengthens the development of fine and gross motor
skills and provides sensory input. With this premise in
mind, Challenge Unlimited staff develop exercises and
activities to benefit each individual, addressing issues
that are not easily addressed in a classroom setting.
A separate information packet with the necessary
forms will be available upon registration. Please
contact the office for details.
Dates Fee Activity #
Aug. 31 - Dec. 19 $450 (15 weeks) 493009-B
Register by Aug 17
T.R.I.B.E. Summer Program
Ages 13 - 25 with a disability, Monday - Friday
9 am - 3 pm, $125 per week, Murray Kelly Wing
T.R.I.B.E. stands for Therapeutic Recreation Inspires
Belonging and Enjoyment. We welcome and encourage
people with different abilities to experience recreation Adult Virtual TR Programs
and leisure activities, both new and exciting as well
as the tried and true favorites. Our goal during this Ages 25+ with a disability
program is to provide a highly social and rewarding Dates and times vary
summer experience for participants. Outdoor activities, No fee
crafts, picnics and social games will keep our days
busy! *Please note that the structure of this program is A variety of virtual programs will be offered throughout
subject to change due to COVID-19 restrictions.
the summer 2020 season for adults 25+ with a
disability. There is a limited amount of technology
available for participant’s to borrow to access the
Dates Activity # programs. To learn more about the programs , register
Aug. 3 - 7 460439-A or inquire about technology options please contact
Aug. 10 - 14 460439-B Emma Jones, CTRS. Registration is not availble
Aug. 17 - 21 460439-C online please contact Emma Jones, CTRS to register.
Summer Inclusion Program
If your child receives special education services in school or requires any accommodations in programs, he/
she may qualify for free support. Our therapeutic recreation specialist will work with your family to ensure the
appropriate accommodations are being made, and our qualified support staff will work with your child as needed
in the various programs that he/she may attend in order to provide your child with a rewarding and fun experience.
Our therapeutic recreation specialist, support staff and program directors will work as a team to modify activities
and/or equipment, provide emotional and behavioral support and facilitate social interaction so that all children
can participate to their fullest potential. At Burlington Parks and Recreation we utilize a group inclusion model
and 1:1 support will be granted only on an as-needed basis, pending assessment by the therapeutic recreation
specialist. Support staff as well as a sensory friendly indoor space will be available for quiet breaks at Club
Simonds. In order to accommodate with a sufficient number of staff members, please notify us two weeks before programs
start if you would like to request inclusion support. Inclusion services may not start until two weeks after the notification date.
This year Burlington Parks and Recreaiton is partnering with Burlington Public Schools to offer virtual extended
school year service opportunities at Club Simonds. In order to qualify for this opportunity participants must qualify
for both inclusion services and extended school year services. Contact Emma Jones, CTRS with all inquiries.
Private Tennis Lessons Tennis Lessons
Ages 5+, July & August Adults, $35, Monday - Friday, 7 - 8 pm, Rahanis
$45 (1 hour), Rahanis Tennis Courts, Instructor: Tennis Courts, Director: Scott Barrett
Scott Barrett, Activity #: 460904-A For those who are new to the sport and intermediate
Interested in trying tennis or want to improve your
tennis game? Scott Barrett, who is the Head Coach level players. You will learn the basics and refine the
of the Burlington High School Boys Tennis team and
Tennis Director for the Burlington Parks and Recreation skills you already have. Please bring water and your
Department will be teaching the 1 hour private lessons.
Once registered, you will coordinate a time with Scott own racquet. RAIN DAY POLICY: Rain days will not
that works for your schedule. be made up. You will receive a reimbursement for any
days missed due to our cancellation of the program.
Dates Activity #
July 6 - 10 480913-A
Learn to Play Pickleball July 13 - 17 480913-B
Adults, Thursdays, July 9 - August 6, 9 - 10:15 am, July 20 - 24 480913-C
$45 (5 weeks) Simonds Park Courts, Instructor: July 27 - 31 480913-D
Kevin Martin, Activity #: 460633-A Aug. 3 - 7 480913-E
Have you been wanting to try pickleball but aren’t sure
how to swing a paddle, where to stand on the court or Aug. 10 - 14 480913-F
how to keep score? Well, here’s your chance to learn Aug. 3 - 7 480913-F
the fundamentals! Pickleball is a combination of ten-
nis, badminton and ping pong played by four people on Community Gardens
a badminton size court with paddles and a plastic poly-
ball. It is great exercise, easy to learn and lots of fun. May - October, Francis Wyman School
Experience the gratification of producing flowers and
Fishing at the Reservoir food for your table. Twenty plots are available for
leasing during the growing season. Two of the plots
Mill Pond Reservoir, April 1 - October 31, Dawn are designed for gardeners with physical limitations.
to Dusk, Permit Fee: $10 (Ages 15 and above) Full plots are 200 sq. ft. (10’ x 20’) and half plots are
Activi*tJyu#n:e920750w2e3ek is Thurs., Fri., M1o0n0. &sqT. ufte. s(1. 0’ x 10’).
Burlington residents are welcome to fish at the Mill
Pond Reservoir, which has been stocked with rainbow Plot Fee Activity #
and brown trout. Fishing permits can be purchased Full $50 600586-A
online. Children under age 15 do not need a permit, Half $30 600586-B
but they must be accompanied by an adult.
Adults, Wednesdays, Meets at Noon, $8, Instructor: Marlies Henderson
Developed in Japan during the 1980s, “Forest Bathing” or Shinrin Yoku, has become a cornerstone of preventive
health care and healing in Japanese medicine - currently this holistic approach to healthy living gains traction in
Western culture. During these 1 hour, 1.5 mile walks, you will not only enjoy the beauty of these open spaces, but
learn about local history. Walks take place rain or shine and you must be able to walk on wooded trails for 1 hour.
Date Location Activity #
July 8 Landlocked Forest 361304-D
Aug. 19 Sawmill Brook 361304-E
Once you have completed your registration for these
virtual programs, the meeting information will be
emailed to you. We will be using the email address
you have on file in your household, please make sure
it is correct.
Monday, July 13, 6:30 - 8 pm
No Fee, Instructor: Mike Stare & Justin Pezick
Orthopaedics Plus, Activity #: 451723-A
Knee pain is one of the most common conditions,
affecting millions and costing billions. Fortunately,
there is evidence to suggest that proper treatment can
reduce and prevent knee pain and injuries. Dr. Stare’s
unique perspective will serve to give you the evidence
from both the research and clinic showing how these
challenging issues can be solved so you can have
strategies that you can use right away.
Fit Over 50
Monday, Aug. 10, 6:30 - 8 pm
No Fee, Instructor: Mike Stare & Justin Pezick
Orthopaedics Plus, Activity #: 411527-A
This seminar will show what proper exercise looks like
for older adults based on science and proven effective
to get results fast that last. Attendees will learn the
truth about what works and leave with strategies they
can implement immediately.
Burlington Garden Contest
Registration begins July 1, visit our website
for more infomration and an application
Do you have what it takes to win our first Garden
Contest? According to the CDC, gardening can be a
great way to enjoy the outdoors, get physical activity,
beautify the community, and grow nutritious fruits and
vegetables. Let’s see what you can do! This event
is co-sponosred by the Burlington Garden Club. The
winner of each of the 4 categories will win a Garden
Club Membership for 2020-21.
WHAT’S BEEN CANCELED?
After reviewing the guidelines for each phase as they have been released, we have analyzed each program
and the requirements for it to be run. We have made every attempt to run programs, however, we do need to
cancel some programs. Below you will find a list of programs which, after much consideration, we have decided
to cancel. As we continue to progress through the phases set forth by Governor Baker, we will be updating our
program list. Our staff is diligently working on notifing all the registered participants and issuing refunds. If the
program you are looking for is not in the brochure or on this list, we are still working to provide the program to the
All Barrie Bruce Programs KidsJam & Yoga
All CrossFit Programs Kundalini Yoga (both sessions A & B)
All Steve Nugent Programs Learn to Skate (youth & adult)
Amazing Hands on Science Lil Sports
Archery (first session only for youth & adult)
Monday Night Summer Soccer
Badminton Out & About
BBall for Beginners Parent/Child Playdate in the Pool
Burlington Pride Softball (youth & adult) Pick up Basketball Roller Hockey
Challenger Soccer Roller Hockey
Sleepless in Burlington
Field Hockey (Grades 2 - 4) Social Dance Nights
FunDamental BBall Summer Saturdays
Gymnastics with Dotty Tai Chi on the Common
Hatha Yoga for Beginners & Beyond (session B)
High School Volleyball Tiny Tykes
Top Secret Science
Ice Palace Day Vision Board Workshop
Indoor Rock Climbing Youth and Adult Kickboxing
Introduction fo Ayurveda
Jump Start Youth Volleyball
Kickboxing (youth & adult)
Kids Test Kitchen
SUPPORT OUR PARTNERS
Although we are unable to run programs with some of our partners, they are open for business! If you or your
family member would like to take classes at Steve Nugent’s Karate Institute or Barrie Bruce’s School of Golf,
please contact them directly. Mention that Burlington Parks & Recreation reffered you and they will give you
Steve Nugent’s Karate Institute Barrie Bruce Golf Schools
207 Cambridge Street Country Club of Billerica
Burlington, MA 01803 51 Baldwin Rd
Billerica, MA 01821
stevenugentskarate.com/ (978) 670-5396
POLICIES & PROCEDURES
Age Requirement Cancellations
If a minimum age is specified for a program listed in Please call the Cancellation Line at (781)270-1695
this brochure, a child must be at least that age on the (option 3), visit our Facebook or Twitter pages when
program starting date. you have any doubt about weather cancellations. In
most instances, the Parks & Recreation Department
Grade Requirement will try to notify participants of a change or program
cancellation by email. Please be advised that some
The grade specified for certain programs refers to the programs may continue to run outside in inclement and/
school grade the child is in during the 2019 - 2020 or adverse weather conditions. Recreation programs
school year. may run even if the Burlington Schools cancel school
and/or afternoon activities.
If your child is 5 years old or younger and you are
registering for a Recreation Department program for The Parks & Recreation Department will attempt to
the first time, please enclose a copy of your child’s birth make up cancelled classes, but we cannot guarantee
certificate. that all classes will be made up.
Refund Guidelines Facility Rental
1. If you decide to cancel a registration, please notify the Burlington’s Recreation Center at the Center for Human
Parks & Recreation Department as soon as possible Services is available to rent on a space-available basis.
prior to the program starting date. Facilities at the Center include meeting rooms, function
rooms and a gymnasium. Sorry, the Center is not
2. If you give sufficient notice of cancellation, the Parks available for private functions. For further information,
& Recreation Department may be able to give you a please contact the office.
full or partial refund. There will be a $10 processing
charge for all refunds given. Please inquire about a Serving People with Disabilities
refund at the time you cancel your registration.
We are committed to providing recreational
3. If you cancel your registration for a program for which opportunities for residents of all ages and abilities. If
the Parks & Recreation Department has paid deposits, you or a family member needs accommodations to
purchased equipment or incurred other expenses on participate in the Town’s recreation activities, please
your behalf; your refund, if any, will be reduced by the contact our Therapetutic Recreation Specialist, Emma
amount of the expenses incurred. Jones, CTRS at 781-270-1937.
4. Refunds take 2 - 4 weeks to process. If payment
was made by check or cash, a check from the Town
will be mailed. If paid by credit card, your credit card
will be refunded. If you have an outstanding balance,
the refund will be automatically applied to the balance.
Financial assistance is available! Contact the Parks &
Recreation Department for more information.
Non-residents may register for programs beginning
three weeks after resident registration begins. At the
Director of Parks and Recreation’s discretion, some
programs or events may only be open to Burlington
residents. There is an additional $10 fee for non-