Rockford Park District
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TR Social Programs

Social Programs (TR)

The Therapeutic Recreation team’s social program provides Adults (Be Social) and Teens (Teens on the Town) events to hang out with their friends. Some of the events are housed within the Rockford Park District Facilities. These events include seasonal dances, karaoke nights, game nights (video and board games), movie nights, craft opportunities and cooking programs, to name a few. When we “hit the town”, we’ll check out community sporting events (IceHogs, Rock Valley College Basketball), the local museums, movies, bowling, going out to eat, check out our favorite parks for picnic fun, and of course, hang out at some of our favorite RPD spots. We are also open to suggestions. So, if you’re looking to get out on the town to be social, give us a call!

Be Social

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Teens on the Town

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Peer Play

After School Program

This after school program provides an inclusive opportunity utilizing the Youth Achievement YMCA Program as it's main source of fun. Participants will make new friends while participating in the following activities: arts and crafts, health and fitness, active games, and playing on the playground. Participants will also be given the chance to spend time on their homework and a daily snack will be provided.

Participants should use Sunrise to get to the site, and parents/guardians should pick-up at the site between 5:00- 5:30pm. Program offered following the 205/122 school district calendar.

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School's Out Adventure Club

This school’s out program provides an inclusive opportunity for individuals with disabilities utilizing Camp Winnebago of the YMCA as its main source of fun - The best backyard for outdoor fun! Camp Winnebago, located one mile north of Rockford, rests in the wilderness just minutes from downtown Rockford. Camp Winnebago's 150 acre property includes three beautiful log lodges, two pavilions, climbing tower, a marsh, woodlands, streams, fields, prairies, and a natural spring. Participants will make new friends while participating in the following activities: arts and crafts, health and fitness, active games, and outdoor play. Participants must bring a sack lunch, appropriate clothing for outdoor play. An afternoon snack will be provided.

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