Get Your Play ON
All Around This World
Join Jay Sand, founder and lead teacher of All Around This World, a unique global music and world cultures educational program, at Union Point Park, Friday, August 4, 2017 at 10am, for a participatory world music jam featuring songs and rhythms from several countries and continents. Sing and drum with Jay as he takes you on a melodic and rhythmic tour of the world. Event presented by New Bern Parks and Recreation Department.
Beginning August 1, 2017, New Bern Parks and Recreation will begin taking applications for our Fall Ceramic classes, which begin on Monday September 11th., at our West New Bern Recreation Center located at: 1225 Pine Tree Dr.
Registration fees are as follows: $25 - senior city residents, $30 city residents, $30 senior nonresident and $40 non-city residents. Three different class times are offered and limited to 15 students each class; spaces are filled on a first come first serve basis so come in early to secure your space. For a complete list of days and times, please contact Nita Henderson, Ceramic Instructor at (252)639-2912 or
B.E.A.R. After School
Fees are: City Resident Non-City Resident
1 child $25.00 per week 1 child $40.00 per week
2 children $33.00 per week 2 children $48.00 per week
3 children $38.00 per week 3 children $53.00 per week
4 children $41.00 per week 4 children $56.00 per week
5 children $43.00 per week 5 children $58.00 per week
$2.00 per child after the 5th child.
The B.E.A.R. Afterschool program has two locations: Stanley White Recreation Center and West New Bern Recreation Center. Applications are available at each location. For more information please contact Ashley Parham, Stanley White Recreation Center at: (252) 639-2913 or Carlton Metts, West New Bern Recreation Center at (252) 639-2906.
Track & Field Clinic
The City of New Bern, Parks and Recreation Department, would like to invite you to join its 1st Annual Track and Field Clinic. This event will take place on, Saturday, July 22nd at New Bern High School. The Clinic will be hosted by former University of North Carolina track athlete, Kelvin Hardesty. Clinic instructors will include collegiate coaches, NCAA all-Americans, as well as track and field professionals. Registration is being held at Stanley White Recreation Center, 901 Chapman Street. For more information, please contact Kelvin Hardesty at 252-639-2920 or email@example.com.
New Bern Pop Warner Football Volunteers Needed!
New Bern Parks and Recreation Dept. is looking for volunteer coaches for the upcoming New Bern Pop Warner Football season. Practices begin in August. A volunteer application has to be completed and can be picked up at the West New Bern Recreation Center or Stanley White Recreation Center. Knowledge of football is required. For more information please contact Gus Hill at 639-2908.
Kids and Canoes