We’re busy processing registrations, but there’s still room for more kids.
If you haven’t sent in your registration yet PLEASE DON’T MAIL IT! Bring the registration forms and payment to walk-in registration on Saturday (see time and location below); if you can, email firstname.lastname@example.org with names and ages of the players — it will help us plan the teams.
If you’ve already registered, stop by registration on Saturday to pick up t-shirts and sign-up for parent help tasks (snack or field set-up/clean-up).
Registration will take place at Rosenberger Hall (43rd Street, just south of the basketball courts) on Saturday, September 24th, 10 am to 1 pm. We recommend that parents of 5-7 year olds come at 10, and parents of older children later in the morning to avoid waiting in line.
While attention is focused on the beginning of pre-season (American) football this week, we’ll distract you for a few minutes with thoughts of Clark Park Youth Soccer — Fall season starts in just 6 weeks!
Our Fall season will run from Saturday, September 24th, through November 19th. Updated information and forms are available on the Youth Soccer page on this site (look for us under Activities), and will also be mailed to all families who registered last season. Please return registration forms by September 6th — we’ve had record numbers of kids participating in the last two seasons and want to ensure that we can include everyone!
Volunteers Needed! To give the kids the best possible soccer experience, we rely on our wonderful volunteer coaches — parents, local college students, and people who just love to play soccer, we can use your help. Free training is provided, and we try to assign at least 3 coaches per team so don’t be nervous about taking a team on alone; you’ll have plenty of help! If you’re interested in coaching, or helping with any of the other tasks that keep the soccer program going (registration, photos, trophies), please email email@example.com.
The Clark Park Storytimes were, until last year, a weekly tradition near the Turtle in Park A. Volunteers from the Parent Infant Center gather at the Turtle, bringing snacks and refreshments to read stories and short books to children.
The tradition’s started again. Please bring your kids on down to the Turtle around 7 or 7:30 p.m. to hear stories and have some cookies.