Youth Basketball Clinics: Deadline to register is January 28
Looking for an opportunity for your kids to stay happy, healthy, and fit? There are some spaces still available for our 4 week clinics being offered in February. The clinics to be held in February will be limited in size of 10 per class and gives your child an opportunity to work on developing their skills. Instructors will be York County staff that have coached or instructed the start smart program. The fee is $30 for residents and $55 for non-residents. The current clinics available are for 8 and under, 10 and under, 12 and under, and 14 and under divisions. There are multiple options with different days, times, and locations. Please check out our website for the various options and to register online.
Now Registering 3-5 year olds for Smart Start Soccer
Children and their parents can have tons of fun on Saturday mornings with Smart Start Soccer. This 6-week program begins on March 6 and ends April 24 (with a break in class schedule April 3 and 10). Parents may register 5-year olds for either this instructional program or for the 6 and under Coed League. The fee is $55 for residents and $80 for non-residents. Registration ends February 26.
Spring Soccer League: Now through February 19
York County Parks and Recreation strives to offer youth team sports that teach fundamental skills, feature mandatory playing time for all, and promote character, fair play, and good sportsmanship. Parents interested in coaching or assisting this year are encouraged to indicate that in the space provided on the registration form. This is a co-ed league with the following divisions: 6 and under (6u), 8 and under (8u), 10 and under (10u), 12 and under (12u): 14 and under (14u), and 18 and under (18u-must still be in high school). Ages are determined as of September 30, 2020. The fee for York County residents is $55 for a family’s first child and $50 for each additional child. Non-residents may register for $90 per child. Fees will be waived for York County residents in the leagues (6u – 18u) who qualify and provide necessary proof of eligibility for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), the federal food stamp program. Registration for SNAP-eligible participants must be done in person at the Parks and Recreation office.