Are you looking for something to keep your kids busy and active this summer?
The Fridley Parks and Recreation Department is once again offering the popular summer ROCKS program for kids completing kindergarten through seventh gradd this school year.
The ROCKS program meets Monday through Friday for nine weeks of continuous recreation and enrichment activities.
The program is based at the and , but Wednesdays are field-trip or special-event days. Kids will get a chance to visit places such as Hyland Park, Cinema Grill, Valleyfair, Bunker Beach, Nickelodeon Universe, Vertical Endeavors, Cascade Water Park and more.
This low-cost program ($125 per week) offers children opportunities to participate in clubs, crafts, sports, science classes and more. The program opens its doors to participants as early as 7 a.m., and parents can pick up children as late as 5:30 p.m. Parents can register their children for one, two, three or all nine weeks of ROCKS.
The program is intended to let parents go to work feeling confident that their children are well supervised, safe and constantly active, while also introducing children to things they may not normally have the opportunity to experience.
For more information, visit the city’s web site or call 763-572-3570.