Oak Island Parks
and Recreation Department
Publicity Release - September 9, 2005
Teen, Pre-teen, and Youth
The Oak Island Parks and Recreation Department will offer the
September 15th - Teen Council
Meeting-Recreation Center-5:30pm ages 13-18
September 16th- Back to School Bash-Recreation Center-5-8pm $2 ages
September 23rd- Stamping-Recreation Center- 6-8pm
September 24th- Lunch and a Movie- 12-4pm $2
September 25th- Rodeo in Benson- 10am-8pm $10
September 30th- Family Sports Night-Morrison Field- 6-8pm
Pre-registration is required
for all activities. Call 278-5518 for more information.
The Oak Island Parks and Recreation Department will sponsor a
scrabble session on Wednesday, September 21, 2005 from 2-4pm at the
Recreation Center. The group meets each month on the first and third
50+ Softball Registration
The Oak Island Parks and Recreation Department is currently taking
registration for 50+ Softball. Women, ages 18 and over, and men ages
50 and over, may register at the Recreation Center. League play will
begin tentatively September 27th. Fee is $10 for residents and $15
for non-residents. Call 278-4747 for more information.
The Oak Island Parks and Recreation Department is sponsoring a trip
to Williamsburg, Va., leaving from the Recreation Center on
September 26th and returning September 29th. The cost is $130 per
person based on double occupancy or $230 on single occupancy. Costs
are based on hotel accommodations only. Meals and attractions will
be additional and at the participantís discretion. Space is limited.
Pre-registration required. Call 278-5518 for more information.
Skate Park Hours
The hours for the Oak Island Skate Park will be as follows:
Fridays- 4-9pm Saturdays
10am-9pm Sundays 1-8pm
Call 278-4747 for more information.
Nature and Ocean Education
The Oak Island Nature Center and Ocean Education Center are open
Friday-Sunday from 12-5pm. Call 278-4747 for more information.
Get Moving Again Oak Island
Itís time once again to launch our Get Moving Oak Island Program.
The Oak Island Parks and Recreation Department would like to
challenge residents to complete a town goal of 200,000 minutes of
movement in a 10-week time frame. The Department also wants to meet
a goal of at least 75 total participants. Join us as we strive to
increase the physical activity level of our community. Pre-register
at the Recreation Center or by calling 278-5518.
Join Oak Island Parks and Recreation as we tour various points
throughout Oak Island by kayak. Perfect for the beginner paddler,
these trips offer a first-hand chance to see birds, fish, and other
aquatic wildlife. Trip fees are $10 for residents and $15 for
September 28th- Wetlands 10am
September 16th- Fishing Kayak
Excursion- Wetlands 10am
Note: By Law, appropriate
car seats/booster seats are required for ages 8 and under or 80
pounds when participating in Recreation Department programs
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