Spring Programs



Mondays, April 5, 12, 19, 26 and May 3, 10, 17, 24

Grades 1-6 from 5:45-6:45

Summit Community Center


Explore the basic and complex technology used to design and build robots. Discover how machines and robots work and how they make our lives easier. Learn about simple machines, gear structure, battery wiring, motor principles, and electronic circuits. Each child will build and take home their own Teach Tech Zivko robot!



Fashion Workshop: Designing the Peasant Top


Tuesdays April 6, 13, 20, 27 and May 4, 11, 18, 25

Ages 7-10 from 5:45-6:45

Ages 9-18 from 7:00-8:00

Summit Community Center


Here at Fashion First Workshops, we have created an ALL-NEW design project just for you: the Peasant Top! This project is perfect for the aspiring fashion designer with its unique twist and versatile style! Everyone will be asking where you got this piece. We have so many fashionable fabrics we have handpicked just for you. At the beginning of class, each designer will get to select their own fabric. You will start with sketching and rendering your design. Measuring, pinning and cutting out your design. Know how to use a sewing machine? Great! Otherwise we will teach you. 

The class fee includes all fabric, trims, notions and use of the sewing machines. If you have your own machine and want to bring it to class and use it that’s great, please do! Sew your garment together then fit the design to work for you, lastly finish the design. At the end of the classes we will hold a virtual fashion show to share with your family.
So come join us for this fashionable class experience on Tuesdays with Fashion First Workshops!!.
 We’re always busy learning, having fun and meeting new friends at a distance.

We are offering this same silhouette to both the younger earlier class and the later class. The design options are endless and dependent on your skills you can add details onto your design!

Social distancing will be followed throughout the 8-week sessions to keep us all safe. Face masks are mandatory. Supplies will be passed out and used solely by the individual designer. 

Summit Rec and the CDC guidelines will be followed. 



Elementary Drawing


Wednesdays, April 7, 14, 21, 28 and May 5, 12, 19, 26

Grades K-6 from 5:45-6:45 PM

Summit Community Center


The spring season is an exciting time to be a part of Young Rembrandts. Springtime is all about vibrant colors, and our colorful drawings are guaranteed to capture your attention. Students will learn how to think outside of the box as they learn to draw a space monster and create stylized drawings of flowers, snails and more. We’ll also explore historical themes with our comic book-inspired drawing and a portrait of Canadian hero, Terry Fox. Sign up for classes today!



Video Game Design


Thursdays, April 8, 15, 22, 29 and May 6, 13, 20, 27

Ages 8-14 from 5:45-6:45 PM

Summit Community Center


Create your own video game in this awesome Snapology class. We'll teach you how to design your very own online game with Stencyl game creation software. You even get to take your game home on a flash drive so that can be shared and played at home with family & friends. Don’t miss out! Students will learn and practice: 1. Computer Skills 2. Story/Character Development 3. Critical Thinking Skills 4. Teamwork/Partner Skills



Schoolhouse Chess


Fridays, April 9, 16, 23, 30 and May 7, 14, 21, 28

Grades K-6 from 5:45-6:45

203 Community Center


 Schoolhouse Chess brings chess pieces to life using creative and animated personalities that enable the students to learn the game in a fun and exciting way. Children become fascinated with imaginative chess characters that accelerate the learning process.



Squirts Lacrosse


Saturdays, April 17 through June 12 (Skip MDW) 

Memorial Field - Behind Cornog Field House 

1:30-2:30 for ages 3-4; 2:30-3:20 for ages 5-6 and 3:30-4:20 for ages 7-8 


Lacrosse Squirts is the perfect introduction to the nation's fastest growing sport. Participants will experience all aspects of lacrosse while playing a series of creative and fun games.
 Players will learn how to cradle, shoot, catch, and scoop. Throughout the program participants will have fun developing their knowledge and understanding of scrimmaging in lacrosse. 


Thursday, April 22 through June 17 

Memorial Field - Behind Cornog Field House 

Memorial Field - Behind Cornog Field Hou 

1:00-1:50 or 2:00-2:50 for ages 3-5 


Lacrosse Squirts is the perfect introduction to the nation's fastest growing sport. Participants will experience all aspects of lacrosse while playing a series of creative and fun games.
 Players will learn how to cradle, shoot, catch, and scoop. Throughout the program participants will have fun developing their knowledge and understanding of scrimmaging in lacrosse. 



Squirts Track and Field


Wednesday, April 21 through June 16 

Memorial Field - Behind Cornog Field House 

4-4:50 for ages 3-5; 5-5:50 for ages 5-6 and 6-6:50 for ages 7-8 


Our track & field program introduces a wide range of athletic skills throughout the program including running, jumping, and throwing. Participants will develop an understanding of different techniques used for each skill area within track & field and be encouraged to implement these techniques during practice and intercamp competitions. 





Tuesday, April 20 through June 8

Tatlock Tennis Courts, 89 Butler Pkwy

5:30-6:20 for ages 5-7 and 8-10; 6:30-7:20 for ages 5-7 and 11-14


This Tennis class introduces beginners and those with some experience to the fundamentals of tennis. Our professional tennis coaches will ensure that players are engaged in fun, inclusive activities, in a positive learning environment.

Players will learn tennis fundamental techniques in stroke technique, serving, court awareness, and rallying, as well as tactics and game rules. This all takes place through a series of fun tennis challenges, structured activities, and match play.

Tennis Class Highlights

Forehand, backhand, serving, and volleying skills & drills

Rallying and court awareness

Tennis tactics and game rules

Fun activities and competitions

Match play

Free Dri-Fit Shirt & completion certificate

Participants must provide their own racket for this class. All other equipment needed will be provided by First Play Sports.





Sundays, April 18 through June 13 (skip Memorial Day) 

Memorial Field - Behind Cornog Field House 

9-9:50 for ages 3-4; 10-10:50 for ages 2-4 and 11-11:50 for ages 4-5 


Our Soccer program is the perfect introduction to the most popular sport in the world! Boys and girls will learn the fundamental skills of soccer, including dribbling, passing, shooting and defending. Soccer Squirts classes are taught through structured activities, fun games and scrimmages and are designed to ensure learning and most importantly: fun, fun, fun! 





Wednesdays, April 7, 14, 21, 28 and May 5, 12

5:45-6:45 for ages 6-10 and 6:45-7:45 for ages 11-18

Summit Community Center


Fencing is one of the top scholarship sports in the country and can greatly increase a kid’s chance of getting into the country’s top schools. Fencing provides an extra opportunity for kid’s to stand out in the college admissions process. Many of the Ivy League schools have major fencing programs and are always recruiting new members. Most fencers are intelligent and creative and apply those qualities to help them excel in the sport. Many of the top fencers also get the opportunity to travel the world as many of the international competitions are held in Europe, Asia and South America.

Come try the 6-week program with Coach Nick and give your children an advantage in the college admission process. Your child will also be challenged mentally and physically to grow that will help them in all other areas of life. Whether you are looking to be introduced to the sport or take the sport to the next level, Coach Nick will help you reach your goals



Multi Sports               


9-9:50 for Ages 3-4 and 2-3; 10-10:50 for ages 4-5 and 2-3; 11-11:50 for ages 3-4 and 2-3 

Memorial Field - Behind Cornog Field House 

Saturdays, April 17 throguh June 12 (Skip MDW) 


Multi Sports Camp gives players the opportunity to experience a variety of sports through the program including soccer, basketball, flag football, cricket, handball, volleyball, and more! Players will work on developing their skills in each sport before participating in small tournament-style scrimmages

Important Notices:
-All out of town residents are subject to a $20 out of town fee.
-Financial assistance is available. Please contact the Summit Department of Community Programs for more details.