The newest issue of the My JCPRD Activities catalog will be online on March 20 and available in print after March 23. Registration for classes in the catalog begins at 8:30 a.m. on Monday, March 23.
The free 64-page publication features more than 500 programs from Preschool to 50 Plus offered between May and August. Program offerings range from arts and crafts to sports to nature activities and includes leagues, classes, seminars, workshops, lunch and learns, trips, and more. The majority of programs start on or after May 1. Keep in mind that additional information and details about most of the programs in the catalog can be found at JCPRD.com.
Spring and summer special events in this issue include: Enchanted Fairytale Forest; HP3 5K, 10K, and 15K; the 23rd Annual Special Olympics Fundraiser lunch; the Shawnee Mission Triathlon & Duathlon; the JCPRD U Kids Triathlon; A Day in the Park; the Great American Family Campout, and much more.
The May through August catalog also contains articles about efforts to implement JCPRD’s Natural Resources Plan; construction projects at Shawnee Mission and Ernie Miller parks that could impact summer visitors; the new Kill Creek Park Triathlon; a Johnson County Museum temporary exhibit about Designer Paul McCobb; and three intergenerational programs being offered this season.
JCPRD's 2020 Camp Guide is not included in the May through August catalog because the guide was mailed to JCPRD's entire mailing list in late January, and the publication is now available at Johnson County Library locations, community centers, various businesses, and at district locations. Some additional summer camps, primarily in youth sports, are also listed in the new catalog, but all camps are online at JCPRD.com.
The My JCPRD Activities catalog is mailed to approximately 38,000 past participants who have previously taken part in a district program.