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Activities & Recreational Programs

The City of Fresno offers numerous programs with the focus of bringing community members together for recreation, education, computer training, fitness, and more.

Our youth recreation activities are created to meet the needs of the whole child… mind, body, and spirit. The programs offered at Fresno’s neighborhood centers enhance the physical, cultural, intellectual, and social experiences of Fresno youth. Most centers are open to the public Monday through Friday from 3-7pm.

The City of Fresno takes pride in providing the finest action sports facilities for the community—creating a destination for enthusiasts, and throughout the year, neighborhood parks offer a range of sports programs including basketball, soccer, baseball, flag football, and more.
We encourage you to participate in any one of our low- or no-cost activities and programs.

Register for camps, sports, or leagues, today!

Elementary After School Programs

PARCS is contracted by local school districts to provide enrichment program elements to schools receiving After School Education and Safety grant funds.  PARCS currently provides enrichment program elements at 17 school sites.

Through the efficiencies of cost sharing, collaborative partners provide the academic components required of after school programs while PARCS focuses on the enrichment elements and the recreation services including leisure activities that help youth develop
social, physical, emotional and cognitive skills.  In addition, the curriculum addresses issues
including but not limited to peer-pressure, gang prevention and intervention.

Program Guidelines:
The ASES Program is operated through the elementary schools.
To join or find out how to enroll your child, you will need to contact the school administration.

How to make this program work for your child/children:

  • Meet the Site Coordinator and staff
  • Ask staff for their program rules and go over the rules with your child\children.
  • Check-in with the Site Coordinator regularly.
  • Keep in mind that staff will be monitoring your child’s behavior for compliance to the program rules.

For more information call (559) 621-6720

Enrichment elements include:

  • Nutrition
  • Character Development
  • Fitness
  • Performing & Visual Art Concepts
  • Competitive Sports
  • Daily Fitness Routines & Group Games


  • Nutrition Education
  • Visual Arts Program


  • Community Outreach
  • Performing Arts
  • Trainings on program delivery

The ASES Program is conducted during the high risk after school hours from 2:00 – 6:00 P.M. ASES Programs are free of charge to participants.

Youth Job Prep Program
  • The Youth Job Prep Program is a contracted service partnered with Fresno Unified School District’s After School Safety and Enrichment for Teens (ASSETs) high school programs and is additionally sponsored through a grant from Gap Inc.
  • Staff and program coordinators utilize and in house curriculum.
    YJPP is four week job skills program, where we teach high school age youth soft skills as it relates to seeking out, gaining, and retaining employment.
  • The program focuses on the elements of the hiring process, from properly filling out and submitting an application, interview strategy and techniques, to accepting a job.
  • Dressing for success, professional communication and networking, work place attitude and demeanor, and employer expectations are also key topics in the curriculum.
  • Students create a professional portfolio which contains a professional resume, cover letter, business cards, sample application, 5-year plan, and reference list.
  • Upon completion of the program, students participate in a graduation ceremony where family, friends, school staff and administration recognize their achievement. Students also receive a certificate of completion at this time.
  • Graduating students are invited to participate in an internship program with the PARCS Department working out at our recreation community centers, assisting with site programming and monitoring.
  • Throughout the school year, students are invited to several enriching activities: An Annual Youth Leadership Conference, two college tour field trips, and two youth job fairs including the Edison High School Youth Job Fair and the Mayor’s Youth Job Fair.

Current locations:
FUSD High Schools
Edison High School
Fresno High School
McLane High School
Sunnyside High School

Community Science Programs


  • Highway City Science Center
  • Informal Science Workshop
  • Mobile Science Workshop
  • Family Science Nights Events
  • Life and Environmental Science Program

Science Program serves over 40,000 students in Fresno City, County, and surrounding communities!

Program Philosophy – The Community Science Workshops dispel the failure that traditionally turns students away from science. The informal learning environment gives hands-on opportunities in science and technology to encourage participants to take an interest in a science field. The philosophy of “learning through discovery” is inspired by the Community Science Workshop Network, Exploratorium, California Tinkering Afterschool Network. It is “do-it-yourself” science with an emphasis on enjoying the sense of discovery that comes from experimentation.

Mission – To expand knowledge, thinking and imagination with tools of discovery and things to discover.


  • to increase enthusiasm for Science
  • to help students develop cooperative leadership, mentoring and communication skills
  • to teach parents how to effectively take part in their child’s learning
  • to develop positive attitudes about the environment and our community


  • Fresno Community Science Workshop
    Highway City Science Center (drop-in program)
    5140 N. State Avenue
    Fresno, CA 93722
    (559) 621-2945
    Tuesdays-Fridays 2:00 pm to 6:30 pm
    Saturdays 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
  • Informal Science Workshop at Highway City Science Center – The Informal Science Workshops at Highway Science Center offer after school opportunities to “hang out with a purpose.” Our carefully selected staff focuses on developing basic educational skills. We have created a place where gender roles are shattered. There are no spectators, only active explorers. Parents are strongly encouraged to drop in and participate in their children’s learning. Local schools can get involved with the informal science workshops by scheduling after school session and field trips to our science center.
  • Mobile Science Workshop – The Mobile Science Workshop is a 40 foot traveling science lab that visits schools, events and community organizations. The lab is equipped with all the tools and materials for a variety hands on science exhibits and activities. Plan ahead for the Mobile Science Workshop. For reservations and fees call (559) 621-2945. Subjects: Life, Earth, Physics, Geology, Earth Science, Chemistry, and Rocketry.
  • Family Science Night Events – At neighborhood schools or Highway City Science Center, the students and parents participate together and demonstrate their love of science by exploring through hands on activities.
  • Life and Environmental Science Program – A grant-funded program that encourages the exploration and appreciation of our environment. Contact Manuel Hernandez at (559) 621-2945 for more information.


  • National Science Foundation
  • Community Science Workshop Network
  • California State University, Fresno
  • Fresno Unified School District
  • California Tinkering Afterschool Network
  • Fresno Police Department
  • Fresno City College
  • California Department of Fish and Game
  • Joel M. Murrilo, Attorney at Law
  • Central Valley Science Project
  • Watsonville Environmental Science Workshop
  • San Joaquin River Conservancy
  • Cat Haven Project Survival
  • RiverTree
Fresno Connect: Computer Skills Training

Connecting the Community through People Parks and Programs

The Fresno Connect project is providing access to technology, educational opportunities and computer skill training to children, teens, adults, and seniors. This project is geared toward empowering residents with skills in technology.

The lack of access to technology is a barrier for many. Local residents lag far behind the rest of the state in both knowledge and utilization of computers and technology. Through unique collaborations and partnerships, Fresno Connect labs host programs geared toward empowering neighborhood residents with skills in technology.

Community Centers with Computer Labs: 

  • Mosqueda Community Center
  • Ted C. Wills Community Center
  • Pinedale Community Center
  • Mary Ella Brown Community Center
  • Dickey Youth Development Center
  • Romain Neighborhood Center

Neighborhood Centers with Homework Computer Labs:

  • Sunset Center Homework Lab
  • El Dorado Park Homework Lab
  • Holmes Park Homework Lab
  • Quigley Park Homework Lab
  • Lafayette Park Homework Lab
  • Melody Park Homework Lab
  • Fink-White Homework Lab
  • Frank H. Ball Homework Lab
  • Einstein Neighborhood Homework Lab

For more information contact:
Community Recreation
(559) 621-2900

Movies in the Park

Catch a free movie every Friday night at Eaton Plaza in downtown Fresno, from June 10 until August 5, 2016!

Bring a blanket or lawn chairs and grab a spot while you wait for the sun to go down. Parking around Eaton Plaza and the historic Fresno water tower is free and a free bounce house is provided for kids to enjoy before the movie begins. In addition, local vendors will have food for purchase.

Date Movie Rating/Length
June 10 Minions PG – 1 hr. 31 min
June 17 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles PG-13 – 1 hr. 40 min.
June 24 Ant-Man PG – 1 hr. 57 min.
July 1 No Movie
July 8 Transformers(Age of Extinction) PG – 2 hrs. 41 min.
July 15 The Good Dinosaur PG – 1 hr. 31 min.
July 22 Inside Out PG – 1 hr. 42 min.
July 29 Avengers(Age of Ultron)* PG – 2 hr. 21 min
August 5 Hotel Transylvania 2 PG – 1 hrs. 29 min.
  • * School Supply Giveaway
  • All movies will start at dusk (Approx. 7:30 – 8:15 p.m.)
Senior Connection

Nutrition Program – We are pleased to provide a high quality lunch for senior citizens. Lunch is served Monday through Friday (excluding holidays). Suggested donation is $1.50 per meal for seniors 60 years and older, with no senior being denied a meal due to the inability to donate. Those 59 and younger are welcome, but will be charged $3.50 per lunch. The Senior Hot Meals and Recreation Program is funded by a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), City of Fresno General Fund and by the Fresno-Madera Area Agency on Aging (FMAAA).

Site Locations and Hours:

  • Lafayette Neighborhood Center ~ 1516 E. Princeton Ave. ~ 10a.m. to 1 p.m.
  • Mary Ella Brown Community Center ~ 1350 E. Annadale Ave. ~ 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
  • Mosqueda Community Center ~ 4670 E. Butler Ave. ~ 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
  • Pinedale Community Center ~ 7170 N. San Pablo Ave. ~ 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
  • Senior Citizens Village ~ 1917 S. Chestnut Ave. ~10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
  • Ted C. Wills Community Center ~ 770 N. San Pablo Ave. ~ 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
  • FMAAA (Partner-Agency) – 3837 N. Clark – 8am-5pm (559) 600-4405

For further information on the Senior Hot Meals and Recreation Program call (559) 621-6619

Police Department – The Fresno Police Department is committed to providing a safe environment for our senior community.

Some of the services offered include, but are not limited to:

  • Home Security Inspections
  • Citizens on Patrol (COPS)
  • Senior Crime Prevention

Police Senior Services Overview – Please call (559) 621-7403 for more information.

Fire Department  – The Fresno Fire Department recognizes the reduction of fire deaths is due to properly installed and maintained smoke alarms.  At age 65, seniors are twice as likely to be killed or injured by fires, compared to the population at large.  Please contact the Fresno Fire Department, Fire Prevention Division at 621-4181 for information regarding the proper maintenance, testing and replacement of inoperative smoke alarms.


Fresno Area Express (FAX) – we offer several services to reduce or eliminate the cost of public transportation for seniors, as well as make these options accessible.

Services offered include:

  • Seniors Fare – $0.60 fixed-route service at any time for seniors 65 and older with valid ID or Senior 7 card.
  • Senior Monthly Pass – Seniors may purchase a monthly pass for only $24.
  • COG’s Taxi Scrip – Upon application approval, seniors 70 and older may purchase a $20 booklet of taxi scrip, that acts as cash, for a reduced rate of $5.

For information, please call FAX at (559) 621-RIDE (7433)

Weekend Recreation & Fitness
  • Fitness – nutrition – sports – special events
  • Open access for all ages
  • Tracks, tennis courts, handball, tot lots & much more!
  • Saturdays & Sundays — 9am to 6pm*
  • *Times may vary seasonally

Program Sites

High Schools

Bullard High School
5445 N Palm Ave.

Edison High School
540 E California Ave.

Fresno High School
1839 N Echo Ave.

Hoover High School
5550 N First St.

McLane High School
2727 N Cedar Ave.

Roosevelt High School
4250 E Tulare Ave.

Sunnyside High School
1019 S Peach Ave.

Middle Schools

Scandinavian Middle School
3216 N Sierra Vista Ave.

Terronez Middle School
2300 S Willow Ave.

Wawona Middle School
4524 N Thorne Ave.

Elementary Schools

Addams Elementary
2117 W McKinley Ave.

McKinley Elementary
4444 W. McKinley Ave.

Steinbeck Elementary
3550 N Milburn Ave.

Vang Pao Elementary
4100 E. Heaton Ave.

Wilson Elementary
2131 W Ashlan Ave.

Yokomi Elementary
2323 E. McKenzie Ave.

2016 Summer Camps
PARCS Online

Challenger Sports Youth Summer Soccer Camps

Challenger Sports’ British Soccer Camp is the most popular soccer camp in the country based upon one of the most innovative approaches to coaching youth soccer in the US and Canada. Our experienced staff study the game at all levels and we have identified the key techniques and skills that your players need to work on and master to reach their true potential. With programs for each age, the curriculums includes a variety of foot skills, technical drills, tactical practices, freestyle soccer, small-sided games, coached scrimmages, and a mini tournament play.

Players also learn about our core values of respect, responsibility, integrity, sportsmanship and leadership.

Week 1: 6/20/2016 – 6/24/2016
Week 2: 7/18/2016 – 7/22/2016

*Golden Goal is a fun BONUS session that runs Monday to Thursday and is open to Half Day Campers ONLY!

Camp includes FREE Ball and T-Shirt!

Register at before week 1: May 6th; Week 2: June 3rd and get a replica British Soccer Jersey – FREE!

$10 late fee applied to registrations after Week 1: June 10th & Week 2: July 8th

Mail Applications & Checks To:
Challenger Sports, 1540 River Park Dr, Suite 224A,
Sacramento, CA, 95815

Contact – Dannie White,  or (916) 277-8440

Challenger Sports Youth Summer Soccer Camps

Healthy Lifestyle Fitness Camp

Participate in this intense and exciting weight loss program disguised as fun through fitness, sports, workouts, dancing, recreation, and games. Our mission is to provide a fun filled summer fitness program that promotes weight loss, building a positive image, and embracing a healthy lifestyle.

Camp dates June 27th thru August 5th
Monday through Friday
9 AM to 1:30 PM
Early drop-off times available

Ages 10 to 14

Located at Ted C. Wills Community Center
770 N. San Pablo Ave Fresno, CA 93728.


Send application to Katie Alanis or fax to (559) 488-1557.
All details are subject to change.

Healthy Lifestyle Fitness Camp Group Photo

BMX Camps

Riders will be exposed to BMX Skills: jumping pumping, and carving. All classes work on fine tuning body position to gain skills, ride smoothly, build confidence, and bike control. Bike maintenance is introduced to keep bicycles in safe riding condition.

#1 is June 13 to 17
#2 is June 27 to July 01
#3 is July 11 to 15
#4 is July 25 to July 29

8 am to 12 pm

Ages 5 and up.

Beginner, Intermediate, and Expert levels available

Located at Woodward Park BMX Track 7775 N. Friant Rd, 93720.

Cost $65

Register Online

2015 BMX Camp Group Photo

Skate Camps

Skate camp will teach park etiquette so young skaters learn the importance of safety. Skaters will be exposed to skills; pushing, pumping, and carving are introduced to progress to the expert level.

Skating in groups is emphasized.

Skate Camp # 1 is June 20 to 24
#2 is July 04 to July 08
#3 is July 18 to July 22

Todd Beamer Skate Park

Ages 5+ Up

Cost $65

Register Online

2015 Skate Camp Group Photo

Adventures of a Princess

Hear ye, Hear ye – Calling all princesses! Join us for our all new “Adventures of a Princess” Summer Camp Canoe with Princess Pocahontas, Join Princess Izzy in archery, cool off with Olaff, Princess Elsa, and Princess Anna in Frozen themed activities, meet Princess Elena and Princess Moana, Disney’s newest Princesses, and enjoy a day of Villainous fun with the Wicked Queen and her friends. End the week with a photo session and tea party with special royal guests.

Activities include games, science, arts & crafts, dance, and lots more!

Camp dates June 27th thru July 1st
8 am to 12 pm
*early drop off okay*

For ages 5 to 10

Located at Woodward Park Group Activity Area
7775 Friant Rd, 93720

Cost $60

Princess Camp T-Shirt Additional $10

Register Online

Adventures of a Princess

Adventure Camp – The Original

Your adventures will include Pirate Day, Wild Wild West Day, Outer Space Adventures Day, Harry Potter Day, and Sports Day. Activities are based on the themes and include sports, games, crafts, science, and lots more!

June 27th thru July 1st
8 am to 12 pm
*early drop off okay*

Woodward Park Group Activity Area
7775 Friant Rd, 93720

Ages 5 to 10

Cost $60

Camp T-Shirt Additional $10

Register Online

Adventure Camp – The Original

Adventure Camp II

If you enjoyed the original Adventure Camp over the years, you will love the all new Adventure Camp II. Adventures include: Mad Science Day, Animal Planet Day, Fear Factor Day, Water Day, and Amazing Race Day.

Theme based activities include sports, games, crafts, science, and lots more.

July 11th thru July 15th
8 am to 12 pm
*early drop off ok*

Woodward Park Activity Area

Ages 8 to 12

Cost $60

Camp T- Shirt Additional $10

Register Online

Adventure Camp II

Camp Survivor

Boost your campers confidence and independence playing and competing in the “Woodward Survivor” challenges. Our games center on teamwork and learning to take care of yourself. Teams compete against each other to gain points. Based on the television series “Survivor” – Outwit, Outplay, Outlast! A variety of sports, games, contests, and crafts will take place each day.

July 25th thru July 29th

8 am to 12 pm
*early drop off okay*

Ages 8 to 12

Located at Woodward Park Group Activity Area
7775 Friant Rd, 93720

Cost $60

Survivor Camp T-Shirt Additional $10

Register Online

Camp Survivor

Pixie Dust Camp – New and Exciting

Enjoy a week of magical pixie dust and fairy fun including Pixie Races, Pixie Games, and creating all things that fairies love most! You will create your own pixie crown, want, and wings for Tinkerbell’s Tea Party!

July 11th thru July 15th
8 am to 12 pm
*early drop off okay*

For ages 5 to 10

Located at Woodward Park Group Activity Area
7775 Friant Rd, 93720

Cost $60

Pixie Dust Camp T-Shirt Additional $10

Register Online

Pixie Dust Camp – New and Exciting
Adult Sports
PARCS Online

The Adult Sports Program offers area residents an opportunity to participate in organized adult leagues and tournaments year-round. The majority of our softball, soccer and flag football leagues and all tournaments are conducted at the Regional Sports Complex (Jensen & West). Basketball leagues are conducted at the Ted C. Wills Community Center.

Please check upcoming leagues and registration dates. Don’t miss the deadlines!

Adult Sports Calendar

Regional Sports Complex

Team Registration is NOW available ON-LINE!

Team Managers Register Today

Walk-in Registration is available Monday-Friday 10:00 am-1:00 pm at Ted C. Wills Community Center 770 N. San Pablo

Current League Standings, Scores and Schedules

Adult Basketball Leagues:

Adult Soccer Leagues:

Adult Softball Leagues:

Adult Registration Fee Information
Softball $350 per team + $18 (A.S.A. team reg. fee – once a year per team)
Basketball $350 per team
Flag Football Price TBA per team
Soccer $400 per team

Aquatics & Swimming Lessons
PARCS Online

Swim Lessons

Swim Lessons are available for individuals age three and up. PARCS offers four 2-week sessions at Airways Pool adjacent Airways Golf Course. Classes are 25 minutes long each day, M-F. New! 50 minute Saturday classes have been added. View Swim Lesson Descriptions.

Mosqueda Pool:
4670 E. Butler (Maple & Butler)
Recreation Swimming open to the public
Monday through Sunday
1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Bus Route: 26 & 28

Frank H. Ball Pool:
760 Mayor St. (Ventura & A St)
Recreation Swimming open to the public
Monday through Sunday
1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Bus Route: 32

Mary Ella Brown Pool:
1350 E. Annadale (Elm & Annadale)
Recreation Swimming open to the public
Monday through Sunday
1:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Bus Route: 32

Airways Pool:
5440 E. Shields (Shields & Clovis)
Recreation Swimming open to the public
Monday through Friday
1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Saturday 1:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Bus Route: 45

Lifeguard Training and Employment
Lifeguard Job Flyer 
Lifeguard Certification Information 

Questions? The Aquatics team can be reached at (559) 621-SWIM (7946).

Aquatics Office is located at the Romain Playground, 745 N. First St, Fresno, CA 93702
Airways Pool is located at 5442 E. Shields, at Airways Golf Course.

Aquatics Class Descriptions

Water adjustment, personal water safety skills, comfort in the water, and working with others are emphasized.

Students are exposed to basic swimming skills, such as breath control, paddling, kicking, and floating.

Improves Tadpoles skills and introduces buoyancy, body position, propulsion, and coordinated strokes.

Increases swimmers’ endurance, water safety skills and introduces them to additional coordinated strokes.

Students are taught coordination of movements in order to swim more smoothly, efficiently and for longer distances.

Stay in shape while your kids learn to swim.

Water Adjustment skills taught through the parent to the first-time and/or intimidated swimmer.

Fresno Action Sports
PARCS Online

The City of Fresno takes pride in providing the finest action sports facilities for the community – creating a destination for enthusiasts to participate in a sport where nobody rides the bench. The hours for each facility are listed below or call (559) 621-PLAY (7529) for more information.

Lions, Todd Beamer and Mosqueda
Monday – Friday: 4:00PM-8:00PM
Saturday – Sunday: 10:00AM-8:00PM

Ramp Parks
Sun Up to Sundown 7 days a week

Woodward Park Bike Complex
Mountain Bike Trail/Dirt Jump Park: Open Sun Up to Sundown 7 days a week.

Woodward Park BMX Schedule
Racing Thursday
New Rider Clinic: 5:30pm-6:00pm
Race Registration: 6:00pm-6:30pm / Race Time: Following Practice
Race Fee:$10

Practice Friday: 5:00pm-9:00pm

BMX Clinic
BMX riders will be exposed to BMX skills such as: Gate Starts, Jumping, Pumping, Cornering, Manualing, and More!
BMX Clinic # 1 Every Saturday: September 5, 12, 19, 26
BMX Clinic # 2 Every Saturday: October 17, 24, November 7, 14
Both BMX Clinics will be located at Woodward Park BMX – 7775 N. Friant Rd. Fresno, CA 93720.
Times 9 am to 12 pm.
Free parking during clinic dates
For Ages 5 to Adults. Yes, Parents are encouraged to sign up too!
$50 per camp
Any questions, Call (559) 621-PLAY (7529)

Skate Camp on Saturdays
Skaters will be exposed to skills such as: Pushing, Pumping, Carving, and Park Etiquette!
We offer Beginner, Intermediate, and Expert Levels
Skate Camp # 1 Every Saturday: September 5, 12, 19, 26
Skate Camp # 2 Every Saturday: October 3, 10, 17, 24
Both Skate Camps will be hosted at Todd Beamer Skate Park- 1890 E. Plymouth Fresno, CA 93720 (Maple / Plymouth)
Times- 8 am to 12 pm Cost- $50 per camp For Ages 5 to Adults- Yes parents, you can sign up too!
Any questions, Call (559) 621-PLAY (7529)

We invite you to browse our brochure and by visiting our YouTube channel for exciting videos. For addition information look for us on Instagram @FRESNO_ACTION_SPORTS and Facebook at Woodward Park BMX.

2016 Youth & Action Sports Calendar

2016 Youth & Action Sports Calendar

Action Sports Rules

Action Sports Rules

Youth Sports
PARCS Online

PARCS offers a six -week non-competitive, instructional league that teaches the basic fundamentals of the sport. Games are played on Saturdays. Please note the location and ages listed for each sport.

Bitty Outdoor Soccer

Now Registering For Outdoor Soccer Ages 3 To 6

Season begins: Saturday, October 1, 2016 for a 6 week season every Saturday.

No practice days

2 locations to choose from :
Orchid park – 3420 w. Fir (Herndon / Valentine)
Steinbeck elementary – 3550 n. Millburn (Blythe / Dakota)

Cost $65 per child (must pay at time of registration)

Spaces fill quickly – Register Here!


Questions? Call (559) 621-PLAY (7529)

Bitty Outdoor Soccer
Bitty Outdoor Soccer

Jr. Flag Football

Join Jr. Flag Football for the fall season!

City of Fresno Junior Flag Football is a non-competitive league which teaches the basics of football to new and experienced players. Children within the ages of 5-12 (K-6 grade) years of age are allowed to participate.

This league will run 6 consecutive weeks beginning October 8, 2016

All divisions will be held at Selma Layne Park located at 2065 E. Shepherd (Maple / Shepherd)

The K-1 Division will be a instructional driven league where participants will develop the skills and fundamentals of football by team and individual drills. Through half of the season K-1 will shift its focus from beginning each day with drills, to actually playing the game of football.

Cost – $65 for 6 week season- Players will receive a team jersey, flags, and award as well as an end of the season potluck.

Walk in Registration deadline is Friday September 9th by 2 pm. Online Registration available thru September 11, 2016

Save time, register online by paying with a debit or credit card – Register Here!


Questions? Call (559) 621-PLAY (7529)

Jr. Flag Football
Jr. Flag Football
Jr. Flag Football