Rocklin Parks and Recreation
● By Style
The City of Rocklin Parks and Recreation Department will offer many exciting adventures this summer, including the annual Rocklin Kiwanis Community Festival (through June 2) and Kaiser Permanente KidsFest (June 2) at Johnson-Springview Park.
Camp Rocklin and Play Depot, day camps for grades K-6, will start June 10. The Parks and Recreation Department will offer these in conjunction with a variety of Sports Camps and Itty Bitty Camps for 2-5-year-olds. There are also numerous special course offerings throughout the summer, such as Wild Outdoor Photography, Adventures in Math, Community Choir and more.
Don’t miss the free Movies in the Park series, held six different Friday evenings starting June 14. The Lorax will be the opening film; also showing will be The Sandlot, National Treasure, Wreck it Ralph, Madagascar 3 and Hugo. Each movie night will start at 6:30 p.m. and feature a variety of activities, entertainment and surprises before the movie starts at 8:30 p.m.
Rounding out the summer’s epic events will be the sixth annual Woofstock, northern California’s premiere canine event, scheduled for August 25.
For more information about Rocklin’s classes, programs and upcoming events, visit rocklin.ca.us/ParksandRecreation, or call Rocklin Parks and Recreation at 916-625-5200.