Parents and guardians in search of engaging and entertaining summer activities for children can look to www.ProsperParksandRec.org to view this summer’s offerings of activities from the Prosper Parks and Recreation Department.


Registration is now open at www.ProsperParksandRec.org, where visitors will find full program descriptions, dates, times and locations. The first session begins June 1.


Summer 2017 youth programs include sports classes, camps and clinics such as: Archery I and II; Beginner Golf Camp; Baseball Clinic; Flag Football; Multi-Sport Camp; Soccer Sparks; Speed Sport Camp; and Tennis Camp.


Also offered are the following Bricks 4 Kids with Lego Bricks Camps: Amusement Park Mania; Bat League: Heroes & Villains; Brick City Engineers; Galaxy Far Away; Jr. Robotic; and Mining & Crafting.


Engineering 4 Kids Camps include: Amusement Park; Electronic Game Design; Forensic Investigators; Survivor Week; Engineer’s Cove; 3D Printing; and Minecraft Creations.


In addition, “Fun Fridays at Frontier” returns by popular demand to the pavilion at Frontier Park every Friday in July. This partnership between the Community Library and the Parks and Recreation Department features arts, crafts and exercise. Registration is not required, but children must be accompanied by a parent during all activities.


Prosper’s Recreation Coordinator Julie Shivers and Library Director Leslie Scott agree that “Fun Fridays at Frontier” provides the perfect blend of fun activities and outdoor stimulation.


“’Fun Fridays’ get the kids outdoors, away from electronics! Leslie and I thoroughly enjoy hosting these activities, meeting new kids and greeting familiar faces for this casual, relaxed morning of fun, ” said Shivers.


And, once again, Prosper will participate in National Park and Recreation Month in July, by providing a calendar of family events focusing on the area’s parks and recreational opportunities. The month is sponsored by the National Recreation and Park Association.