Register now for new Bensenville Park District program for those ages 1 to 4½
Bensenville, Ill.— Excitement is in the air as the Bensenville Park District presents the Move & Groove program, an extraordinary journey of discovery and physical activity for children ages 1 to 4½. From 9:15 to 10:15 a.m. each Friday, Nov. 10 through Dec. 8 with the exception of Thanksgiving week (Nov. 24), children are invited to join this dynamic program at the Deer Grove Leisure Center Gym, located at 1000 W. Wood Street in Bensenville.
Move & Groove is not just another program; it’s an experience that promises a world of fun, learning and growth. With a delightful combination of activities such as soccer, basketball, balloon volleyball, parachute games, scooters, dance and so much more, kids will be engaged, entertained and challenged to explore their physical abilities and creative spirit.
“One of the great aspects of Move & Groove is its flexibility – it accommodates kids from ages 1 to 4½, ensuring that every child can find something to enjoy and excel in,” says Breana Aponte, recreation supervisor. “The program is designed to encourage active play, social interaction and skill development while introducing young minds to new experiences.”
Participants are encouraged to dress in comfortable clothing as they dive into the world of sports, dance and play. It’s all about having a fantastic time while fostering physical coordination, balance and building friendships, Aponte says.
“’Move & Groove’ promises to be an unforgettable experience that not only keeps kids active but also sparks a lifelong love for physical activity and play,” Aponte adds. “Don’t miss out on this chance to join the fun and make lasting memories.”
Register at the Deer Grove Leisure Center until Monday, November 6, to secure a spot in this unique program. The program fee is $75, with a special rate of $60 for those residing within the Bensenville Park District boundaries. This is an opportunity for your child to grow, laugh, and learn in a supportive and engaging environment.
For more information about this and other park district programs and activities, visit BvilleParks.org or call (630) 766-7015.