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Thursday October 24, 2019
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Chess - Chess
Chess Wizards is a premier chess education company providing fun, informative and challenging chess lessons to students. Chess Wizards teaches children many important life concepts, such as learning the ability to win graciously and accept defeat with dignity and sportsmanship. Students will be divided into groups according to their chess experience. At the end of this session, each student will have had the chance to participate in a mini-chess tournament.  
 
6:10 PM - 7:10 PM    Dodgeball & Sports! - Grades 3-6
Come have a (dodge) ball with Thundercat Sports!  Gator skin safety balls will be used to ensure safety and fun.  This program will consist of different dodgeball related games such as:  Doctor, Bombardment, Jail Break and more.  Other sports and games will be mixed in to create a fun and exciting program!   Clinic is coed and participants will receive a sport related item. Please bring sneakers, appropriate clothing, and a water bottle.   For more information please visit www.thundercatsports.com.
 
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM    Badminton, Adult - Badminton Fall
Keep in Shape, Meet new Friends, Have some Fun at our adult Badminton Program. This program is not a league, but pick up play. All skill levels and new players welcome.  Times may vary throughout the year dependent on school & youth activities in the gyms.
 
Saturday October 26, 2019
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Special Olympics Massachusetts: Unified Sports - Wallabies Soccer PARTICIPANT (individual with intellectual or developmental disability)
Westborough Wallabies/Blue Sharks is a Special Olympics Massachusetts program supported by the Westborough Recreation Department throughout the year. The program raises all of its own money, through donations and fundraising, to support its teams. There is no cost to participants.  Westborough Unified Sports is open to children with intellectual or developmental disabilities ages 7 and up (who are called "athletes") -- and to volunteers ages 12 and up who want to support the athletes in learning the sports . We currently offer programs in Soccer, Basketball and Swimming. Each season runs for 8-12 weeks, with weekly practices (drills and scrimmages amongst teammates). Two competitions take place during each season – an Area Qualifier and a Special Olympics Massachusetts State Tournament. The formation of teams depends on the number of athletes available in each age group.Unified Dance:Amanda has 14 years of dance experience. She has also volunteered as a unified sports partner. Amanda has won awards and competitions in ballet, tap jazz, hip hop and lyrical. The Unified Dance program will teach children with and without disabilities to combine dance and exercise as a healthy and fun activity. Dancing while exercising helps self-confidence and body awareness. Our program will focus on proper technique , form, and fun as we learn in a relaxed and non-judgemental environment. Our students will learn to safely stretch and condition while improving agility and strength, which is beneficial to preventing injury and increase performance in all sports. Join us as your child learns to exercise and boogey to all their favorite songs!  All are welcome!  Unified Sports is an initiative that combines approximately equal numbers of Special Olympics athletes and athletes without intellectual disabilities (called Partners) on sports teams for training and competition dramatically increasing inclusion in the community. Unified Sports athletes improve their physical fitness, sharpen their skills, challenge the competition and have fun, too. Unified Sports® is an important program because it expands sports opportunities for athletes seeking new challenges and dramatically increases integration in the community. Unified Sports® is a unique and important program because it: • Integrates athletes with and without challenges in a setting where all athletes are encouraged to improve their skills. • Prepares athletes with higher level skills for participation in school or community sports. • Increases public awareness of the spirit and skills of individuals with challenges. • Enables Special Olympics athletes’ families to participate as team members or coaches on Unified Sports® teams. • Enables athletes to develop friendships and an understanding of each others’ capabilities through a spirit of equality and team unity. How it Works: A Special Olympics Unified Sports® program can be conducted in a variety of settings including: • A program organized by a Special Olympics group. • A community or church sports program, such as an adult softball league or YMCA volleyball league. • An interscholastic or intramural afterschool league at the junior high school or high school level • A part of the league system at a local bowling alley • An independent league sponsored by businesses or civic groups. • A program in cooperation with a local recreation and park association. Coaching & Volunteering Teams are coached by adult volunteers or WHS seniors. Training is provided through Coach’s Training Sessions which are offered year-round by Special Olympics Massachusetts. These sessions provide information on selecting and grouping athletes, new practice activities and sport knowledge. Unified Sports Partners are peers without disabilities who play on the teams with athletes. Partners must be the same age as athletes, and be able to understand their role as a supportive teammate. They actively play on the team during practices and tournaments. Limited space is available to partners. Sibling partners are given priority. Must be 12 yrs or older. High School volunteers are also needed to assist coaches, give one-to-one assistance to athletes, help at tournaments etc. Volunteer commitment is one hour a week for the duration of the sport season.
 
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Special Olympics Massachusetts: Unified Sports - Wallabies Soccer VOLUNTEER
Westborough Wallabies/Blue Sharks is a Special Olympics Massachusetts program supported by the Westborough Recreation Department throughout the year. The program raises all of its own money, through donations and fundraising, to support its teams. There is no cost to participants.  Westborough Unified Sports is open to children with intellectual or developmental disabilities ages 7 and up (who are called "athletes") -- and to volunteers ages 12 and up who want to support the athletes in learning the sports . We currently offer programs in Soccer, Basketball and Swimming. Each season runs for 8-12 weeks, with weekly practices (drills and scrimmages amongst teammates). Two competitions take place during each season – an Area Qualifier and a Special Olympics Massachusetts State Tournament. The formation of teams depends on the number of athletes available in each age group.Unified Dance:Amanda has 14 years of dance experience. She has also volunteered as a unified sports partner. Amanda has won awards and competitions in ballet, tap jazz, hip hop and lyrical. The Unified Dance program will teach children with and without disabilities to combine dance and exercise as a healthy and fun activity. Dancing while exercising helps self-confidence and body awareness. Our program will focus on proper technique , form, and fun as we learn in a relaxed and non-judgemental environment. Our students will learn to safely stretch and condition while improving agility and strength, which is beneficial to preventing injury and increase performance in all sports. Join us as your child learns to exercise and boogey to all their favorite songs!  All are welcome!  Unified Sports is an initiative that combines approximately equal numbers of Special Olympics athletes and athletes without intellectual disabilities (called Partners) on sports teams for training and competition dramatically increasing inclusion in the community. Unified Sports athletes improve their physical fitness, sharpen their skills, challenge the competition and have fun, too. Unified Sports® is an important program because it expands sports opportunities for athletes seeking new challenges and dramatically increases integration in the community. Unified Sports® is a unique and important program because it: • Integrates athletes with and without challenges in a setting where all athletes are encouraged to improve their skills. • Prepares athletes with higher level skills for participation in school or community sports. • Increases public awareness of the spirit and skills of individuals with challenges. • Enables Special Olympics athletes’ families to participate as team members or coaches on Unified Sports® teams. • Enables athletes to develop friendships and an understanding of each others’ capabilities through a spirit of equality and team unity. How it Works: A Special Olympics Unified Sports® program can be conducted in a variety of settings including: • A program organized by a Special Olympics group. • A community or church sports program, such as an adult softball league or YMCA volleyball league. • An interscholastic or intramural afterschool league at the junior high school or high school level • A part of the league system at a local bowling alley • An independent league sponsored by businesses or civic groups. • A program in cooperation with a local recreation and park association. Coaching & Volunteering Teams are coached by adult volunteers or WHS seniors. Training is provided through Coach’s Training Sessions which are offered year-round by Special Olympics Massachusetts. These sessions provide information on selecting and grouping athletes, new practice activities and sport knowledge. Unified Sports Partners are peers without disabilities who play on the teams with athletes. Partners must be the same age as athletes, and be able to understand their role as a supportive teammate. They actively play on the team during practices and tournaments. Limited space is available to partners. Sibling partners are given priority. Must be 12 yrs or older. High School volunteers are also needed to assist coaches, give one-to-one assistance to athletes, help at tournaments etc. Volunteer commitment is one hour a week for the duration of the sport season.
 
Monday October 28, 2019
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Video Game Design - Fall Session
Go from gamer to designer. Kids love playing video games, but they have even more fun playing games designed by them and their friends! One of Empow Studios’ most popular classes, Video Game Design encompasses storytelling, pixel art, and object-oriented programming, all through a user-friendly, 2D game design platform. Our non-violence policy keeps the games cringe-free and shareable once the kids bring their games home for you to play! Learn more about Empow Studios at https://empow.me   
 
Tuesday October 29, 2019
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Right Brain Curriculum - Business Sharks
Right Brain Curriculum offers engaging, project-based, learning programs for kids of a variety of ages!
 
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM    Basketball, Men's - Mens Pick Up Basketball
Keep in Shape, Meet new Friends, Have some Fun at our men's pickup basketball program. This program is not a league, but pick up play. All skill levels and new players welcome. All equipment is provided. Times may vary throughout the year dependent on school & youth activities in the gyms. RESIDENCY: Only current full time residents of Westboro are eligible to participate. You are NOT considered a resident if you formerly lived in Westborough, your parents/relatives live here, you work here or you’re staying/living at a relative/friend’s house. In all of these cases, you are not eligible for our programs. Anyone found to be using another person’s address will be dropped immediately from our program and will receive NO REFUND. GRANDFATHER RULE: Grandfathering refers to a player/ participant (town resident) who moves out of Westboro but has met certain residency requirements to keep him/ her eligible to participate in a Recreation Department Adult Drop In Program.
 
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM    Badminton, Adult - Badminton Fall
Keep in Shape, Meet new Friends, Have some Fun at our adult Badminton Program. This program is not a league, but pick up play. All skill levels and new players welcome.  Times may vary throughout the year dependent on school & youth activities in the gyms.
 
Wednesday October 30, 2019
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    STEM Programs - Fall Session
That's what we want to hear from our students. Through hands-on activities and STEM challenges, children will think, construct, experiment, discover, and develop the desire to learn more. The children will explore the use of different learning tools, STEM toys, and doing experiments using the simplest everyday materials.They will think, ponder, ask, build, create- as they figure out how fun it is to do Science, Technology, Engineering and Math in a variety of activites. Every class, we learn something new and experience a different kind of fun. After all, learning is BEST when kids are having FUN!
 
Thursday October 31, 2019
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM    Badminton, Adult - Badminton Fall
Keep in Shape, Meet new Friends, Have some Fun at our adult Badminton Program. This program is not a league, but pick up play. All skill levels and new players welcome.  Times may vary throughout the year dependent on school & youth activities in the gyms.
 
Saturday November 2, 2019
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Special Olympics Massachusetts: Unified Sports - Wallabies Soccer PARTICIPANT (individual with intellectual or developmental disability)
Westborough Wallabies/Blue Sharks is a Special Olympics Massachusetts program supported by the Westborough Recreation Department throughout the year. The program raises all of its own money, through donations and fundraising, to support its teams. There is no cost to participants.  Westborough Unified Sports is open to children with intellectual or developmental disabilities ages 7 and up (who are called "athletes") -- and to volunteers ages 12 and up who want to support the athletes in learning the sports . We currently offer programs in Soccer, Basketball and Swimming. Each season runs for 8-12 weeks, with weekly practices (drills and scrimmages amongst teammates). Two competitions take place during each season – an Area Qualifier and a Special Olympics Massachusetts State Tournament. The formation of teams depends on the number of athletes available in each age group.Unified Dance:Amanda has 14 years of dance experience. She has also volunteered as a unified sports partner. Amanda has won awards and competitions in ballet, tap jazz, hip hop and lyrical. The Unified Dance program will teach children with and without disabilities to combine dance and exercise as a healthy and fun activity. Dancing while exercising helps self-confidence and body awareness. Our program will focus on proper technique , form, and fun as we learn in a relaxed and non-judgemental environment. Our students will learn to safely stretch and condition while improving agility and strength, which is beneficial to preventing injury and increase performance in all sports. Join us as your child learns to exercise and boogey to all their favorite songs!  All are welcome!  Unified Sports is an initiative that combines approximately equal numbers of Special Olympics athletes and athletes without intellectual disabilities (called Partners) on sports teams for training and competition dramatically increasing inclusion in the community. Unified Sports athletes improve their physical fitness, sharpen their skills, challenge the competition and have fun, too. Unified Sports® is an important program because it expands sports opportunities for athletes seeking new challenges and dramatically increases integration in the community. Unified Sports® is a unique and important program because it: • Integrates athletes with and without challenges in a setting where all athletes are encouraged to improve their skills. • Prepares athletes with higher level skills for participation in school or community sports. • Increases public awareness of the spirit and skills of individuals with challenges. • Enables Special Olympics athletes’ families to participate as team members or coaches on Unified Sports® teams. • Enables athletes to develop friendships and an understanding of each others’ capabilities through a spirit of equality and team unity. How it Works: A Special Olympics Unified Sports® program can be conducted in a variety of settings including: • A program organized by a Special Olympics group. • A community or church sports program, such as an adult softball league or YMCA volleyball league. • An interscholastic or intramural afterschool league at the junior high school or high school level • A part of the league system at a local bowling alley • An independent league sponsored by businesses or civic groups. • A program in cooperation with a local recreation and park association. Coaching & Volunteering Teams are coached by adult volunteers or WHS seniors. Training is provided through Coach’s Training Sessions which are offered year-round by Special Olympics Massachusetts. These sessions provide information on selecting and grouping athletes, new practice activities and sport knowledge. Unified Sports Partners are peers without disabilities who play on the teams with athletes. Partners must be the same age as athletes, and be able to understand their role as a supportive teammate. They actively play on the team during practices and tournaments. Limited space is available to partners. Sibling partners are given priority. Must be 12 yrs or older. High School volunteers are also needed to assist coaches, give one-to-one assistance to athletes, help at tournaments etc. Volunteer commitment is one hour a week for the duration of the sport season.
 
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Special Olympics Massachusetts: Unified Sports - Wallabies Soccer VOLUNTEER
Westborough Wallabies/Blue Sharks is a Special Olympics Massachusetts program supported by the Westborough Recreation Department throughout the year. The program raises all of its own money, through donations and fundraising, to support its teams. There is no cost to participants.  Westborough Unified Sports is open to children with intellectual or developmental disabilities ages 7 and up (who are called "athletes") -- and to volunteers ages 12 and up who want to support the athletes in learning the sports . We currently offer programs in Soccer, Basketball and Swimming. Each season runs for 8-12 weeks, with weekly practices (drills and scrimmages amongst teammates). Two competitions take place during each season – an Area Qualifier and a Special Olympics Massachusetts State Tournament. The formation of teams depends on the number of athletes available in each age group.Unified Dance:Amanda has 14 years of dance experience. She has also volunteered as a unified sports partner. Amanda has won awards and competitions in ballet, tap jazz, hip hop and lyrical. The Unified Dance program will teach children with and without disabilities to combine dance and exercise as a healthy and fun activity. Dancing while exercising helps self-confidence and body awareness. Our program will focus on proper technique , form, and fun as we learn in a relaxed and non-judgemental environment. Our students will learn to safely stretch and condition while improving agility and strength, which is beneficial to preventing injury and increase performance in all sports. Join us as your child learns to exercise and boogey to all their favorite songs!  All are welcome!  Unified Sports is an initiative that combines approximately equal numbers of Special Olympics athletes and athletes without intellectual disabilities (called Partners) on sports teams for training and competition dramatically increasing inclusion in the community. Unified Sports athletes improve their physical fitness, sharpen their skills, challenge the competition and have fun, too. Unified Sports® is an important program because it expands sports opportunities for athletes seeking new challenges and dramatically increases integration in the community. Unified Sports® is a unique and important program because it: • Integrates athletes with and without challenges in a setting where all athletes are encouraged to improve their skills. • Prepares athletes with higher level skills for participation in school or community sports. • Increases public awareness of the spirit and skills of individuals with challenges. • Enables Special Olympics athletes’ families to participate as team members or coaches on Unified Sports® teams. • Enables athletes to develop friendships and an understanding of each others’ capabilities through a spirit of equality and team unity. How it Works: A Special Olympics Unified Sports® program can be conducted in a variety of settings including: • A program organized by a Special Olympics group. • A community or church sports program, such as an adult softball league or YMCA volleyball league. • An interscholastic or intramural afterschool league at the junior high school or high school level • A part of the league system at a local bowling alley • An independent league sponsored by businesses or civic groups. • A program in cooperation with a local recreation and park association. Coaching & Volunteering Teams are coached by adult volunteers or WHS seniors. Training is provided through Coach’s Training Sessions which are offered year-round by Special Olympics Massachusetts. These sessions provide information on selecting and grouping athletes, new practice activities and sport knowledge. Unified Sports Partners are peers without disabilities who play on the teams with athletes. Partners must be the same age as athletes, and be able to understand their role as a supportive teammate. They actively play on the team during practices and tournaments. Limited space is available to partners. Sibling partners are given priority. Must be 12 yrs or older. High School volunteers are also needed to assist coaches, give one-to-one assistance to athletes, help at tournaments etc. Volunteer commitment is one hour a week for the duration of the sport season.
 
Monday November 4, 2019
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Video Game Design - Fall Session
Go from gamer to designer. Kids love playing video games, but they have even more fun playing games designed by them and their friends! One of Empow Studios’ most popular classes, Video Game Design encompasses storytelling, pixel art, and object-oriented programming, all through a user-friendly, 2D game design platform. Our non-violence policy keeps the games cringe-free and shareable once the kids bring their games home for you to play! Learn more about Empow Studios at https://empow.me   
 
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    LEGO Robotics - Fall Session
Gear up for a class that combines engineering and programming using EV3, the newest generation of LEGO® MINDSTORMS. Empow Studios instructors teach the connection between code and physical action while kids work in pairs to create their robots. Sensors help the robot make autonomous decisions, and kids learn to code using movement, loops, switches, and more. Learn more about Empow Studios at https://empow.me
 
Tuesday November 5, 2019
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Right Brain Curriculum - Your Voice: Public Speaking for Kids
Right Brain Curriculum offers engaging, project-based, learning programs for kids of a variety of ages!
 
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM    Basketball, Men's - Mens Pick Up Basketball
Keep in Shape, Meet new Friends, Have some Fun at our men's pickup basketball program. This program is not a league, but pick up play. All skill levels and new players welcome. All equipment is provided. Times may vary throughout the year dependent on school & youth activities in the gyms. RESIDENCY: Only current full time residents of Westboro are eligible to participate. You are NOT considered a resident if you formerly lived in Westborough, your parents/relatives live here, you work here or you’re staying/living at a relative/friend’s house. In all of these cases, you are not eligible for our programs. Anyone found to be using another person’s address will be dropped immediately from our program and will receive NO REFUND. GRANDFATHER RULE: Grandfathering refers to a player/ participant (town resident) who moves out of Westboro but has met certain residency requirements to keep him/ her eligible to participate in a Recreation Department Adult Drop In Program.
 
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM    Badminton, Adult - Badminton Fall
Keep in Shape, Meet new Friends, Have some Fun at our adult Badminton Program. This program is not a league, but pick up play. All skill levels and new players welcome.  Times may vary throughout the year dependent on school & youth activities in the gyms.
 
Wednesday November 6, 2019
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM    Volleyball, Adult (co-ed) - Adult Volleyball (Co-ed)
Join this super fun, relaxed group as they play pick-up style volleyball.  All skill levels welcome to play, even if you’ve never played?!!  If schools are closed due to inclement weather, program will be cancelled.  Be sure to check our website www.westbororec.com for updates
 
Thursday November 7, 2019
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Chess - Chess
Chess Wizards is a premier chess education company providing fun, informative and challenging chess lessons to students. Chess Wizards teaches children many important life concepts, such as learning the ability to win graciously and accept defeat with dignity and sportsmanship. Students will be divided into groups according to their chess experience. At the end of this session, each student will have had the chance to participate in a mini-chess tournament.  
 
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM    Social Skills and Dining Etiquette - Children's Dining Etiquette Workshop
Present your child with the opportunity to feel self-reliant and confident in any social and dining situation by taking interactive lessons taught by a certified etiquette consultant. Our program is designed to teach children how to conduct themselves on the dining table in a restaurant, at home and when meeting new people. Teaching children proper social and dining skills helps them succeed at school, socially, and later, professionally.  Topics include: The importance of greeting others, rules of introduction, the handshake, eye contact, and the power of a smile, self-respect and respect for others, proper telephone etiquette, hygiene and appearance, writing thank you notes, sportsmanship etiquette, how to sit at the table, understanding place settings, different dining styles including American and Continental, appropriate table conversation, what to do with unwanted food, interacting with servers and much more. These skills will help your child to be confident, polished and polite. Some food items will be served during class so that the children can practice what they learn. Dietary restrictions can be accommodated. www.newenglandschoolofprotocol.com
 
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM    Badminton, Adult - Badminton Fall
Keep in Shape, Meet new Friends, Have some Fun at our adult Badminton Program. This program is not a league, but pick up play. All skill levels and new players welcome.  Times may vary throughout the year dependent on school & youth activities in the gyms.
 
Tuesday November 12, 2019
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Right Brain Curriculum - Your Voice: Public Speaking for Kids
Right Brain Curriculum offers engaging, project-based, learning programs for kids of a variety of ages!
 
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM    Basketball, Men's - Mens Pick Up Basketball
Keep in Shape, Meet new Friends, Have some Fun at our men's pickup basketball program. This program is not a league, but pick up play. All skill levels and new players welcome. All equipment is provided. Times may vary throughout the year dependent on school & youth activities in the gyms. RESIDENCY: Only current full time residents of Westboro are eligible to participate. You are NOT considered a resident if you formerly lived in Westborough, your parents/relatives live here, you work here or you’re staying/living at a relative/friend’s house. In all of these cases, you are not eligible for our programs. Anyone found to be using another person’s address will be dropped immediately from our program and will receive NO REFUND. GRANDFATHER RULE: Grandfathering refers to a player/ participant (town resident) who moves out of Westboro but has met certain residency requirements to keep him/ her eligible to participate in a Recreation Department Adult Drop In Program.
 
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM    Badminton, Adult - Badminton Fall
Keep in Shape, Meet new Friends, Have some Fun at our adult Badminton Program. This program is not a league, but pick up play. All skill levels and new players welcome.  Times may vary throughout the year dependent on school & youth activities in the gyms.
 
Wednesday November 13, 2019
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM    Volleyball, Adult (co-ed) - Adult Volleyball (Co-ed)
Join this super fun, relaxed group as they play pick-up style volleyball.  All skill levels welcome to play, even if you’ve never played?!!  If schools are closed due to inclement weather, program will be cancelled.  Be sure to check our website www.westbororec.com for updates
 
Thursday November 14, 2019
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Chess - Chess
Chess Wizards is a premier chess education company providing fun, informative and challenging chess lessons to students. Chess Wizards teaches children many important life concepts, such as learning the ability to win graciously and accept defeat with dignity and sportsmanship. Students will be divided into groups according to their chess experience. At the end of this session, each student will have had the chance to participate in a mini-chess tournament.  
 
Monday November 18, 2019
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Video Game Design - Fall Session
Go from gamer to designer. Kids love playing video games, but they have even more fun playing games designed by them and their friends! One of Empow Studios’ most popular classes, Video Game Design encompasses storytelling, pixel art, and object-oriented programming, all through a user-friendly, 2D game design platform. Our non-violence policy keeps the games cringe-free and shareable once the kids bring their games home for you to play! Learn more about Empow Studios at https://empow.me   
 
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    LEGO Robotics - Fall Session
Gear up for a class that combines engineering and programming using EV3, the newest generation of LEGO® MINDSTORMS. Empow Studios instructors teach the connection between code and physical action while kids work in pairs to create their robots. Sensors help the robot make autonomous decisions, and kids learn to code using movement, loops, switches, and more. Learn more about Empow Studios at https://empow.me
 
Tuesday November 19, 2019
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Right Brain Curriculum - Your Voice: Public Speaking for Kids
Right Brain Curriculum offers engaging, project-based, learning programs for kids of a variety of ages!
 
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM    Basketball, Men's - Mens Pick Up Basketball
Keep in Shape, Meet new Friends, Have some Fun at our men's pickup basketball program. This program is not a league, but pick up play. All skill levels and new players welcome. All equipment is provided. Times may vary throughout the year dependent on school & youth activities in the gyms. RESIDENCY: Only current full time residents of Westboro are eligible to participate. You are NOT considered a resident if you formerly lived in Westborough, your parents/relatives live here, you work here or you’re staying/living at a relative/friend’s house. In all of these cases, you are not eligible for our programs. Anyone found to be using another person’s address will be dropped immediately from our program and will receive NO REFUND. GRANDFATHER RULE: Grandfathering refers to a player/ participant (town resident) who moves out of Westboro but has met certain residency requirements to keep him/ her eligible to participate in a Recreation Department Adult Drop In Program.
 
Thursday November 21, 2019
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Chess - Chess
Chess Wizards is a premier chess education company providing fun, informative and challenging chess lessons to students. Chess Wizards teaches children many important life concepts, such as learning the ability to win graciously and accept defeat with dignity and sportsmanship. Students will be divided into groups according to their chess experience. At the end of this session, each student will have had the chance to participate in a mini-chess tournament.