Jack E. Kirksey Recreation Center
Summer Camp Registration

Class and Camp Registration 

Registration for both Spring classes and Summer Camps is underway. Spring classes begin the week of April 29. Register in person at the Kirksey Recreation Center or online 

New Spring classes include Spitfire Box & Sculpt on Monday at 8:30 a.m., Kettlebell Challenge, Fit Mom & Baby, Total Body Fitness, AquaLogix Water Challenge and more.

In addition to Camp Swoosh, which offers a variety of daily activities, there are also a wide selection of summer camp programs geared toward specific interests. Specialty camps include tennis, volleyball, baseball, soccer, lacrosse, stop motion animation, little medical school, dance and more. Often the camps that focus on a specific interest are shorter in length, so there may be a need to register for more than one camp if you are looking to fill your child’s summer with activities. 


May the 4th Be With You

Join Us for a Fun Filled Day May 4th

The Livonia Parks and Recreation Department has a day of fun planned. Begin your day at Pitch, Hit and Run at Ford Field (Farmington and Lyndon). Registration begins on-site at 8:30 a.m. Take Pride in Livonia by volunteering to clean up a park from 9 a.m.-11 a.m. After a full day of outdoor fun, prepare for an evening of Jedi training, dinner and the movie Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom  Menace at May the 4th Be With You (advance registration required). For more information, please visit www.livoniaparks.org or call (734) 466-2900.    

Boater Safety

Have a Safe Summer with ORV and Boater Safety!

Be safe this summer. Register today for the The Off Road Vehicle (ORV) safety and Boater Safety class.

ORV safety is open to persons of all ages, but is required for students ages 12-16 who wish to operate an ORV (ATV, UTV, Motor Cycle or related 2-wheel, 3-wheel or 4-wheel). The course, which takes place Saturday, April 27, is designed to teach you how to be a safe and responsible ORV operator and covers the latest laws. To earn your certificate, students must attend 7 hours of instruction and pass a written state exam. Students 8-10 must be accompanied by an adult. Pre-registration required. 

Boater (Marine) is open to all ages. The course, which takes place Saturday, May 11, is designed to teach you how to be a safe and responsible boater. Course covers basic fundamentals: boat maintenance, personal watercraft and boat operation, legal requirements of boating, personal preparedness and survival skills. To earn your safety certificate, you must attend 7 hours of instruction and pass a written exam. Persons born after December 31, 1978 are required by law to have this Certification Card in their possession while operating a PWC on State of Michigan Waterways.  

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