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Are you looking for ways to keep your kids entertained? Try Rec En Route!

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Are you looking for ways to keep your kids entertained?

Do you miss our summer camp program and wish there was some sort of alternative?

If you are a Rochester resident, then this is the program for you!

Rec en Route is a new program that will bring the Rec Dept. activities, games and fun that you know and love right to your door!

This program will provide an opportunity for kids to engage in a variety of  “summer camp like” activities and interact with some of our experienced summer staff for an hour at a time.

Two staff members will meet you and your children at your home (outside) and spend an hour conducting a variety of activities including trivia, games, arts & crafts, science experiments and counselor challenges!

Activity sessions will be held M-Th from 9-10, 11-12, 1-2 and 3-4. If you want to sign up for a session, select your date and time below. (you may only sign up once a week)

If you have questions about the program please contact the Rec Office at 332-4120.

We look forward to providing a safe and fun experience for you and your family!

  • Rochester Residents only.
  • Sign up online for up to 8 members of the same household (mom and dad can join in the fun too.)
  • We drop off a box of fun prior to your scheduled date that will include coloring pages, word puzzles and other fun items along with regarding your hour of fun with the counselors.
  • Counselors will show up to engage your family with some fun activities and games while following NH guidelines regarding Covid-19.

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