Registration open for parks and recreation fall activities

By The Mercury

Online and walk-in registration is now open for fall activities offered through Manhattan Parks and Recreation, including offerings at the Douglass Community Center,  Flint Hills Discovery Center and Sunset Zoo.

The Manhattan Parks and Recreation Department offers a variety of activities for all ages, including adult and youth sports, arts and crafts, dance, early childhood programs, senior activities, ice skating lessons, Zumba at the Douglass Community Center and more.

This fall, two new exhibitions—Flint Hills Forces and Animal Secrets—open at the Flint Hills Discovery Center.

Kindergartners through sixth graders, preschoolers and homeschoolers can explore exhibit themes and discover the Flint Hills through Adventure Camps, classes and specially designed workshops.

When USD 383 is not in session this fall, school age youth can explore the animal and outdoor worlds in Sunset Zoo’s Adventure Camps. Early childhood offerings are also available on most Wednesday or Saturday mornings. You can also check out the zoo’s fall volunteer opportunities for teens to adults.

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