Kalamazoo Parks announce spring programs for kids

Kzoo Parks' next session of Moxie Volleyball camps starts Thursday, March 14 for Mini Moxie (Grades 3-6) and Moxie Juniors (Grades 6-8). (Photo: Kzoo Parks Facebook page)

With spring weather finally arriving in Kalamazoo, Kzoo Parks have announced the launch of spring programs for kids. The city’s parks have a variety of programs to offer ranging from organized sports to esports, as well as opportunities for students to finish homework and receive tutoring.

After School is a program that allows students to finish their homework, read, or do other schoolwork after the regular school day ends. The program is available for middle and high school students, and provides tutoring help as well as games, computers, cards, and other fun activities once work is done. The third trimester session of After School begins March 11.

Moxie Volleyball is offering two programs to help teach younger players the game, and more experienced players improve their game. The second winter session begins March 14.

Esports introduces young gamers to the competitive gaming world in the WMU Esports Arena. There is a session for elementary-aged students starting mid-March, and one for middle and high schoolers starting in early April.

Youth Soccer programs are a great way for young players to develop their skills and have fun. The programs start in mid-April and offer a variety of activities and opportunities for growth.

For more information on all the programs and events happening this spring, visit the Kalamazoo Parks website.