Spring Programs


Online Registration Available


PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED. This tryout is for the Cedar Grove Recreation Suburban Softball team, not to be confused with CGJBSL teams. Girls who qualify for the team must register online BEFORE participating in any practices or games. This team is a competitive travel team that will practice 3 times/week until games begin in April. Once games begin, practices will revolve around game schedules. We ask that this team is made a priority during the Spring season. TRYOUTS WILL BE CLOSED TO SPECTATORS.

Girls, Grades 6 through 8


Clinic and Team programs will be offered. Participants will train for various field events including; running, long jump and turbo javelin. The 4th-8th grade team will compete in meets with surrounding townships.

Children – Grades 1 through 8 (Only grades 4-8 will compete in meets, clinic has limited space)


Clinics will be supervised by veteran and accomplished player, Lynne DiGiacomo. These clinics are provided to teach and demonstrate the basics of the game and having fun while doing so! Participants will not be permitted to switch classes. You must only attend clinic on the day you have registered for. Children  must bring a racket (there is an option to purchase one upon registration)

Children – Ages 5 to 14. Limited to 12 children per age group.


Clinics will be coached by Suburban Travel Basketball Coaching Staff. The Recreation Clinic will teach the fundamentals of the game. The kids will work on basic shooting skills, footwork and concept. 

Children – Grades 3-8


Clinics will be run by Jim O’Hagan and Judy O’Hagan. This program will teach the basics of volleyball while having fun at the same time! Every participant will receive a T-shirt. 

Girls, Grades 4 through 8


This 8 week gross/fine motor skills class for ages 2-4 with their care giver, will include a series of warm ups, across the floor and introduction of a movement theme. Kinetic Kidz is based on the four elements of dance: Body, Space, Time and Force. This class will mentor caregivers on how to incorporate more movement based activities within their toddler’s days. (One care giver per child is required)

Children – Ages 2-4 (with caregiver)


What to wear: Comfortable clothes with sneakers. Ballet slippers may also be worn. Creative Movement, is an introduction to dance for pre-school children ages 4-6. The class teaches the basics of self-expression through movement, visualization and audio associations.  With the use of props and music, the children will explore the 4 elements of creative dance: body, space, force and time.  This class will include a series of warm ups, across the floor and introduction of a movement theme.   This class will also enhance balance; coordination, musicality and future develop motor skills. 

Children – Ages 4-6


This eight week course will introduce the students to acting, singing, and dancing and the world of musical theatre. They will focus on learning the terminology of the theatre, creating a character, vocalization, creative writing and choreography. For the acting segment of this class, we will focus on improvisation, as we free each actor of their inhibitions. Acting is important for children of all ages, as it strengthens their self-esteem. At the end of the 8 week course we will have an informal showing of the work we have accomplished.

Children – Grades 3 through 8


Former elementary STEM teacher, Larry “Doc” Siegel, introduces the Engineering Design Process to young engineers who will build towers, bridges, egg catchers and more. They will collaborate, brainstorm solutions, design, construct, test and present 3D solutions. No child is too young to think like an engineer. After all, it’s about thinking!!! For more information visit, www.drstempresents.com.

Children – Ages 4 thru Grade 5

Competition Cheer Evaluations (for Fall Teams)

Youth K-8th grade are eligible to participate. Youth will be evaluated on dance, jumps, tumbling and stunting. All youth will make a team based on age and appropriate level. Exhibition, Level 1 or Level 2. Competition Cheer is a true team sport, therefore practices are mandatory and are held Tuesdays and Thursdays in the Fall and Winter. Competition season runs January through March with 6-8 local competitions and potentially one national event (Atlantic City or Hershey Park Pennsylvania, PA).

Children – Grades K-8 in September

US Sports Institute Programs

The US Sports Institute in conjunction with the Cedar Grove Rec Department, will hold Soccer Squirt, T-Ball Squirt & Multi-Sport Squirt programs. Registration is done through the US Sports Institute website, not the Township Recreation Department. CLICK HERE to visit the US Sports Page with information fliers and registration link.

Spring Program Applications

US Sports Institute Spring ProgramsSoccer, T-ball & Multi-Sports Squirts; registration done through USSIPDF
Spring TrackGr. 1-3 CLINIC; Gr. 4-8 TEAMPDF
Spring Tennis Clinics (Session II)LIMITED CLASS SIZE; Ages 5-14; separated by age; choice of Tues or FriPDF
Spring Tennis Clinics (Session I)LIMITED CLASS SIZE; Ages 5-14; separated by agePDF
Spring Break Soccer Camp with the WizardsChildren Grades 1-8PDF
Outdoor Spring Basketball ClinicsGrades 3-8; DATE CHANGESPDF
Music TheaterLIMITED CLASS SIZE; Grades 3-8; separated by gradePDF
Kinetic Kidz with CaregiverAges 2-4 (with caregiver)PDF
Girls Suburban Travel Softball TryoutsGirls Grades 6-8PDF
Girl’s Volleyball ClinicsGrades 4-8; separated by gradePDF
Dr. STEMLIMITED CLASS SIZE; Ages 4 thru Gr 5; separated by agePDF
Creative MovementLIMITED CLASS SIZE; Ages 4-6PDF
Competition Cheer EvaluationsGrades K-8 in SeptemberPDF

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