Community Programs

Liberty Parks & Rec (LPR) and its community partners are dedicated to providing programs that offer participants opportunities to keep your mind sharp and your body active. We offer several programs throughout the year designed for youth and adults providing opportunities for creativity and social engagement. Come explore the range of opportunities offered by LPR.


Click the tabs for more detailed program info. 
If you are on a mobile device, please scroll down to view additional programs.

  1. Youth Programs
  2. Adult Programs
  3. Senior Programs


Speed & Agility Clinic

These clinic's is a great opportunity for young athletes to learn the fundamental movement patterns that are imperative for athletic success later in life. This clinic is designed to be fun and engaging for your child and encourages sportsmanship and friendly competition. This clinic is instructed by multiple former collegiate track and field athletes from various disciplines with real life knowledge, experience, education and sport-specific certifications to help your youngster grow to their full athletic potential! Learn More »

4-H Workshops

  • February 4  |  March 4  |  April 1
  • Ages 8-14
  • 6-8 p.m.

February 4 - What’s for Dinner?

During this fun night, we will be exploring the different food resources in the area and availability of food for families everywhere. This is a compassion and empathy-building lesson that helps participants understand how poverty creates tough choices for people in need. It fuels participants’ motivation in the fight against hunger and provides suggestions for how to take action. Register »

March 4 – Science Fun Night

We will be exploring the different aspects of STEAM in this class! We will be engaging in real world, hands-on, collaborative learning while mastering important concepts in mathematics science! Register » 

April 1 – Exploring Computer Science with 4-H

This will be a computer-based night that gives youth the opportunity to animate a passion, issue or cause they care about using code. This class will introduce youth to Computer Science through CS First and Scratch, a block-based coding language developed by MIT. We will also be learning the concepts of automation and efficiency, and teaches the basic principles of writing instructions for computers to follow. Register »