Look through the Winter 2022 Program Guide online!
Printed copies are available at
PMRC, Stanton, City Hall and the Annapolis libraries. The Spring 2022 Program Guide will be out this month and will include summer camp information. Parent & Tot Gymnastics Age 12-36 months with parents
Parents will accompany and assist their young children through activities focusing on basic motor skills such as crawling, walking, jumping, grip strength and balance. Parent participation is required during every class. For the daily drop-in rate, a waiver is required.
Instructor: Leandra Parkinson, held in the PMRC Aux Gym.
Drop-In: R $10 / NR $12
Tue & Thu, 10:15-11 am Maryland Safe Boating Course Age 12+
Ahoy Matey! Prepare for summer 2022 by taking this course that covers legal requirements, navigation rules, preparation and trailers, accidents, weather and water conditions, water sports, sailing and personal watercraft safety. The Maryland Safe Boating Course is an eight-hour course and test that satisfies Maryland law for local people to operate any motorized boat in Maryland waters.
Annapolis Recreation and Parks is offering five course dates this spring! All classes are one-day each from 8 am to 5 pm at the “Pip” Moyer Recreation Center. Participants need to bring food and drinks for the 30-minute lunch break.
Cost is $25 per participant. You must be pre-registered to attend. This course is for age 12+ but those ages 12-15 must be accompanied by a paying adult. Instructor: Gerry Young.
- Sat Mar 12, #2130
- Sat Apr 2, #2131
- Sat Apr 23, #2132
- Sat May 14, #2133
- Sat Jun 4, #2134
Fencing Age 7-13 – register for March classes now!
Come learn the art of Fencing, a growing program in the area! Learn the basics of fencing including rules, fundamentals, and footwork – which can help improve skill for other sports. Equipment is provided except for gloves. Gloves are required and can be purchased from instructor Larbi Soufianne during the first class. 8 weeks, held in PMRC Aux Gym. Classes start March 17.
R $119 / NR $140
Thu 5-6 pm, Learn to Fence, Register with #2115
Thu 6-7 pm, Intermediate, Register with #2116
Thu 7-8 pm, Advanced Epee, Register with #2117Truxtun Tennis & Pickleball Courts Open Forum
– Thursday, March 24 at 6 pm at PMRC
. Please join us to discuss all matters related to the courts. For more information, please contact Archie Trader at email@example.com
. Soccer Shots Age 2-5
Committed to providing a positive experience for your child, Soccer Shots uses an expert-approved curriculum to teach new character words and skills each week to young learners in a fun environment. The spring Soccer Shots program is held for 10 weeks at Collison Field in Truxtun Park. Each class is 30 minutes. The spring session runs Mar 19- May 21 (no sessions Memorial Day weekend; make-up date Sat Jun 4.)
Mini Age 2-3
High-energy program introducing children to fundamental soccer principles, such as using your feet, dribbling and the basic rules of the game. Through fun games, songs and positive reinforcement, children will begin to experience the joy of playing soccer and being active.
Sat Mar 19 9:40 am – space availability in this class
Classic Age 3-5
Use creative and imaginative games to focus on basic soccer skills like dribbling, passing and shooting. We also highlight a positive character trait each session such as respect, teamwork and appreciation.
Sat Mar 19 9:40 am and 11 am – space availability in these two classes
5th Annual Pass, Pick & Play
– sports equipment donations accepted through next Friday, March 11!Pass, Pick & Play
is an effort that provides children from financially-challenged families in the Annapolis area with free sporting goods. Pass, Pick & Play is a community-wide effort across all youth age groups. The sports equipment donation drive goes through Friday, March 11. To drop off gently-used sports equipment, please go to one of the following locations:
• “Pip” Moyer Recreation Center (PMRC)
• The Key School
• Calvary United Methodist Church
• Discoveries: The Library at the Mall
The distribution event will be held Saturday, March 26 from 10 am to 12 noon at the "Pip" Moyer Recreation Center.
Community Open Forum
– Saturday, April 2, 10 am to noon at PMRC. We will share information about recreation, parks and the City’s Harbormaster while in turn we’d like to hear from you! This event is open for all ages to attend. Adult Easter Egg Hunt at Night
– Saturday, April 9, 8-10 pm, PMRC parking lot
One thousand eggs are filled with “eggcellent prizes” including golden eggs worth $50 values or more! Bring a basket and a flashlight. Meet in the "Pip" Moyer Recreation Center parking lot by Ballfield #1. Age 18+ only (sorry, no children). Bring a basket and a flashlight. Proceeds benefit the Annapolis Recreation and Parks Scholarship Fund. Rain Date is Sunday, April 10th (same time and place). Register using code #2122. Ways to register:
per person ticket cost $15 = sign up in person at PMRC Front Desk by 6 pm on Saturday, April 9th
per person ticket cost $15 = online
, IF you already have an account set up with us; register using code #2122
per person ticket cost $20 = on site the night of the event; you must arrive by 7 pm AND pay with cash
Recently announced... Sweet Satisfaction
will be on site that night with their food truck full of sweet treat desserts!
The REACH youth program
continues with performances in 2022! Next up is ANNIE of Annapolis… from Hard Knocks to Happiness
! We’re seeking actors, dancers, singers, stage crew and more! Email Ron-Shaye Clark for details at firstname.lastname@example.org
. More information about REACH can be found on page 8 of the Winter 2022 Program Guide
. Child Care registration is ongoing as space allows
– Childcare for the current academic year is held before and after school at Annapolis, Germantown, Hillsmere, Mills-Parole and West Annapolis elementary schools.
AM Care is $117 per month and PM Care is $222 per month.
All registration must be done in person at PMRC (sorry, online registration is not available for childcare.) There is a $35 non-refundable registration fee.
Information on the 2022-2023 school year will be announced by April. Please keep in mind that monthly rates will change for AM and PM care as a result of AACPS adjusting the start and end times of the school day starting in the fall. Scholarship Program for all City Residents (youth and adults)
The Annapolis Recreation and Parks Department (ARPD) maintains a Scholarship Fund for youth and adults who are City of Annapolis residents who do not have the financial means to participate in fee-based ARPD recreational programs, memberships and pool passes as long as applicable and approved. (Scholarship funds cannot be used for facility rentals, before/after school child care and “co-sponsored” programs.) Scholarships are awarded by means of account credit, and may or may not cover the entire cost of the program(s). Details about the ARPD Scholarship Program and how to apply can be found online