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City of Cleveland

2022 SUMMER INFORMATION

 

Youth Summer CampSummer Camp

Overnight Summer Camp

Location: Camp Forbes

Address: 25440 Harvard Road

Phone Number: (216) 263-5325

 

Youth throughout the city are offered the opportunity to attend a week free residential camp. Children do basic camp activities and sports activities. Children live on the grounds from Monday morning to Friday afternoon. All meals are provided. Parents must complete the application/registration process to be considered. (We are currently taking applications at the NRRC now)

 

Program Dates/Times:  June 6th thru August 5th, 1 week sessions, residential camp

 

Camp Forbes

 

Where is Camp Forbes?

25440 Harvard Rd. Highland Hills, OH 44122

 

How much does camp cost?

Absolutely nothing! FREE!!! FREE!!! FREE!!!

 

Who is eligible?

Any child/youth between the ages 9-13 (must be a City of Cleveland resident)

 

How long is camp?

One week (Monday-Friday) Children arrive Monday morning and say until Friday afternoon

 

When should I sign up?

Registration begins….March 1st & ends May 27th

Register at any City of Cleveland Recreation Center (Mon-Fri. 12pm-7:30pm)

Register directly at Camp Forbes (Mon-Fri. 8:30am-4pm)

Space is 1st come ...1st Serve

 

What will you need to register your child?

Child’s birth certificate

Immunization records (shot records)

Proof of Cleveland residency

 

Is transportation provided?

We do offer transportation. Transportation is provided through your local City of Cleveland Recreation Center.

Youth can also be dropped off at camp by parents.

 

What we do at Camp Forbes.

We are a fully functional residential camp. Children are served 3 meals a day plus snacks. They participate in a variety of programs daily. Programs include but are not limited to swimming, boating. hiking, fishing, outdoor sports and games, campfires, arts & crafts, kayaking, sing-a-longs, fitness challenges, archery, Youth Outdoors, and other fun creative activities.

 

 

Download the flier

 


Showagon

Mobile stage unit on wheels, the Showagon rolls into Cleveland neighborhoods with a troupe of young artists who spread their message of love through dancing and singing.  Showagon, has had a significant impact on the lives of the many performers who
have graced its’ stage. Children who perform in the program gain self-confidence and growth - (We are currently having auditions for participants interested in performing this summer.

Please contact (216) 990.2105 for more information. 

 

Program Dates/Times:  June 6th thru August 13th, various - days of the week & times


Summer Lunch

Youth ages 17 and under can get a free healthy lunch- Monday - Friday between 12:00pm- 1:00pm

 

Program Dates/Times: June 6 (Rec centers)/June 13th (Playgrounds) thru August 5th

Lunches normally served between 12 noon and 1 pm but times may vary


Junior Golf

Boys & Girls ages 9-17 learn integrity, sportsmanship, respect, confidence, honesty and perseverance all through the game of golf.

Program Date/Times: June 21 – July 28 (Tues, Wed, Thurs) from 1:30 to 3 pm at

Highland Park Golf Course.  Pick-up locations are EBT, Estabrook, Glenville, and Zone

 


Youth Baseball & Softball Travel Leagues

 

Where is Youth Baseball & Softball offered?

Each (NRRC) Neighborhood Resource & Recreation Center offer a variety of youth baseball and softball programs. Please contact your nearest NRRC or call (216) 664-2346 or (216) 664-2325 and we can assist you with locating the closest facility that can accommodate your need.

 

How much does camp cost?

Absolutely nothing! FREE!!! FREE!!! FREE!!!

 

Who is eligible?

City of Cleveland youth ages 17 & under have priority—Priority means if your roster is full, has non-residents, AND there are residents who want to play, the non-residents must be taken off and the resident put on.  Residency is defined as where the player lives and goes to school. If a child lives in a suburb and does not attend Cleveland Public Schools, he or she is a non-resident even if his or her other parent/guardian lives in Cleveland.  

 

 

How long is the Baseball & Softball Season?

We offer a spring season and a summer season. (May-July)

 

When should I sign up?

Registration starts April 1, 2022 through June 22, 2022

 

What will you need to register your child?

You will need to complete waiver form, permission slip and contract card with proof of participants age. Proof of age can be verified with a Child’s birth certificate: school record or church record- must be on proper stationary for verification.  

 

Is transportation provided?

Yes, we offer transportation. Transportation is provided through the City of Cleveland Recreation Center that you are participating at. Transportation is provided to games and back.

 

What are our Youth Baseball Travel & Softball Travel Programs?

Our program offers youth the opportunity to play a variety of teams across the city. Uniforms, transportation and equipment are all provided free of charge. Please see the different leagues we offer:

 

Spring Youth Baseball Travel League

Ages – Deadline: Ages 9-12, cannot turn 13 before May 2, 2022

(13) Thirteen year olds may participate if they are not ready for Junior Division,

but can’t turn 14 prior to 8/1/22.  The Division of Recreation provides the youth with all the necessary play equipment and safety equipment for all programs/activities.

13-year olds may not pitch in the Youth Division.

 

Program Dates/Times:  Monday and Wednesday games at 6:00 p.m.

Mondays and Wednesdays from May 16th - July 13th.  Championship, Wed, July 27th  

 

Summer Youth Baseball Travel League

Ages – Deadline: Ages 9-12 cannot turn 13 before May 2, 2022

(13) Thirteen year olds may participate if they are not ready for Junior Division,

but can’t turn 14 prior to 8/1/22. The Division of Recreation provides the youth with all the necessary play equipment and safety equipment for all programs/activities.

13- year olds may not pitch in the Youth Division.

 

Program Dates/Times: Mondays and Wednesdays from June 13th - July 13th

Games at 5:15 p.m. & 6:45 p.m., Championship, Wed, July 27th  

 

Summer Junior Baseball Travel League                       

Ages – Deadline: Ages 13-15 cannot turn 16 before May 2, 2022

The Division of Recreation provides the youth with all the necessary play equipment and safety equipment for all programs/activities.

 

Program Dates/Times: Tuesdays & Thursdays, from June 2nd - July 14th

Games at 6:00 p.m., Championship, Tuesday, July 26th     

 

 

Summer Senior Baseball Travel League                       

Ages – Deadline: Ages 16-18 cannot turn 19 before May 2, 2022

The Division of Recreation provides the youth with all the necessary play equipment and safety equipment for all programs/activities.

 

Program Dates/Times:  Mondays and Wednesdays from June 6TH - July 18TH.  

Games at 6:00 p.m., Championship, Mon, July 25TH    

 

 

 

 

 

Senior Girls Fast Pitch Softball Travel League            

Ages 15-18, cannot turn 19 before January 1, 2022

The Division of Recreation provides the youth with all the necessary play equipment and safety equipment for all programs/activities.

 

Program Dates/Times: Tuesdays and Thursdays from June 7th - July 21st.  

Games at 6:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., Championship, Thurs, July 28th  

 

 

Youth Baseball In-House Leagues

 

Where are the Youth baseball in-house leagues offered?

Each (NRRC) Neighborhood Resource & Recreation Center offer a variety of youth baseball and softball programs. Please contact your nearest NRRC or call (216) 664-2346 or (216) 664-2325 and we can assist you with locating the closest facility that can accommodate your need.

 

How much does camp cost?

Absolutely nothing! FREE!!! FREE!!! FREE!!!

 

Who is eligible?

City of Cleveland youth ages 17 & under have priority—Priority means if your roster is full, has non-residents, AND there are residents who want to play, the non-residents must be taken off and the resident put on.  Residency is defined as where the player lives and goes to school. If a child lives in a suburb and does not attend Cleveland Public Schools, he or she is a non-resident even if his or her other parent/guardian lives in Cleveland.  

 

How long is the Youth Baseball In-House Leagues?

Each NRRC offers a variety days and times for their leagues to be played. Season starts June 13, 2022- August 5, 2022.

 

When should I sign up?

Registration starts April 1, 2022 through June 22, 2022

 

What will you need to register your child?

You will need to complete waiver form, permission slip and contract card with proof of participants age. Proof of age can be verified with a Child’s birth certificate; school record or church record- must be on proper stationary for verification. 

 

Is transportation provided?

Yes, we offer transportation. Transportation is provided through the City of Cleveland Recreation Center that you are participating at if the participants are playing at a different location other than their NRRC. Transportation is provided to games and back.

 

What are our Youth Baseball In-House Leagues?

Our program offers youth the opportunity to learn the basic fundamentals of the game of baseball.  Uniforms and equipment are all provided free of charge. Please see the different leagues we offer:

  


 

Coach Pitch Baseball

Youth learn the fundamentals of the game of baseball and an instructor pitches the ball to the batter. The Division of Recreation provides the youth with all the necessary play equipment and safety equipment for all programs/activities.

Ages 8-10

 

Days and Times vary per NRRC

June 13, 2022- August 5 (same as playgrounds)


T-ball

Youth learn the fundamentals of the game of baseball and are taught how to hit off of a tee. The Division of Recreation provides the youth with all the necessary play equipment and safety equipment for all programs/activities.

Ages 4-7

 

Days and Times vary per NRRC

June 13, 2022-August 5 (same as playgrounds)

 


Summer High School Basketball Leagues

 

Where is it offered?

Cudell Neighborhood & Resource Center  

Address: 1910 West Blvd

Phone Number: (216) 664-4137

 

How much does camp cost?

Absolutely nothing! FREE!!! FREE!!! FREE!!!

 

Who is eligible?

Boys & Girls Grades 8-11, students that graduate in June are not eligible to participate.

City of Cleveland youth ages 17 & under have priority—Priority means if your roster is full, has non-residents, AND there are residents who want to play, the non-residents must be taken off and the resident put on.  Residency is defined as where the player lives and goes to school. If a child lives in a suburb and does not attend Cleveland Public Schools, he or she is a non-resident even if his or her other parent/guardian lives in Cleveland.  

 

How long is the Season?

The seasons run from June 6TH - July 13TH

 

When should I sign up?

Registration starts on April 1, 2022 and runs through June 24, 2022

 

What will you need to register your child?

You will have to register via the CMSD link provided or by contacting Cudell Neighborhood Resource & Recreation Center- (216) 664-4137.

 

Is transportation provided?

No, transportation will not be provided. Participants will have to find their own means of transportation to Cudell Neighborhood & Resource Center.

 


What is the High School Summer League?

Summer Program is a six-week basketball program designed for boys and girls in grades 8-11.

At first glance, the Summer Program operates like a summer basketball league. However, the program is structured not only to give high school youth a summer sports activity but offers educational workshops on life skills and a platform to discuss teen issues. 

 

The primary goal is to capture their attention through basketball, then educate them on daily life skills and health issues. Mandatory workshops are scheduled prior to every basketball game. Please see leagues below:

 


Summer Girl’s High School Basketball League

Grades 8-11, students that graduate in June are not eligible to participate.

 

Program Dates/Times:  Mondays and Wednesdays from June 6TH - July 13TH

Location: Cudell Neighborhood Resource & Recreation Center 

Address: 1910 West Blvd

Phone Number: (216) 664-4137

Games at 5:00p.m, 6:00p.m & 7:00p.m     

 


Summer Boy’s High School Basketball League

Grades 8-11, students that graduate in June are not eligible to participate.

 

Program Dates/Times:  Tuesdays and Thursdays from June 7TH - July 14TH

Location: Cudell Neighborhood Resource & Recreation Center

Address: 1910 West Blvd

Phone Number: (216) 664-4137

Games at 5:00p.m, 6:00p.m & 7:00p.m     

 


Craft Carnival

Craft Carnival is the first in Cudell Fine Arts summer festival series. This event features a variety of interactive and creative activities presented by the staff and volunteers of Cudell Fine Arts. In the past attendees have enjoyed hands-on activities such as jewelry making, dance, music, paper arts, and painting. This multi-generational event is free and open to everyone for an afternoon of fun!

Location: Cudell Fine Arts 10013 Detroit Rd. Cleveland Ohio 44102

Thursday June 23, 2022 1:00pm-4:00pm

Phone Number: (216) 664-4183

 


Bug Fest

This annual event is a celebration of insects and their relatives, and is designed for children of all ages. Bug Fest introduces insects to the community in a friendly way. The festival will include face painting, music, crafts, games and prizes.

Location: Cudell Fine Arts 10013 Detroit Rd.

Date: Thursday July 21, 2022 1:00-4:00pm

Phone Number: (216) 664-4183

  


 

Chalk-A-Walk

Chalk-A-Walk is a free community sidewalk drawing event. Participants of all ages and abilities are provided with buckets of chalk, giving everyone the chance to show-off their artistic abilities. Afterwards attendees are invited to watch a performance by Showagon, the City of Cleveland’ traveling theater troupe.

Location: Cudell Fine Arts 10013 Detroit Rd.

Date: Thursday August 4, 2022 1:00pm – 3:00pm

Showagon performance to start at 3:00pm.

Phone Number: (216) 664-4183


 

Arts & Crafts

The Bureau of Cultural Arts offers a variety of arts and crafts classes for all ages and abilities throughout the City of Cleveland. Program offerings include: pottery, painting, sewing, cooking, and more.

Summer Schedule: Monday May 23, 2022 – Friday August 12, 2022

Contact: Cudell Fine Arts (216) 664-4183


PIOYYA

Prevention, Intervention and Opportunity for Youth and Young Adults Programs

We also offer a variety of non-traditional programs through our Prevention, Intervention and Opportunity for Youth and Young Adults (PIOYYA).  Our Spring Program Guide is available online at www.clevelandohio.gov/NRRCactivities

 

Brochures are also available at any of our Neighborhood Resource and Recreation Centers. We will begin registration soon for our Summer Programming.

 

 

 

Here is the flyer for our Summer Programs

 

Summer programs flyer

 

Please scan the QR code to register or give us a call at (216) 664-2325



 

Neighborhood Resource and Recreation Centers all have their own facility program and activity schedule. Please contact your local center for additional information.

Summer Recreation

NEIGHBORHOOD RESOURCE &

RECREATION CENTER

  PHONE NUMBER

CENTER MANAGER

 

INDOOR POOL

Lonnie Burten

2511 East 46th St. (104)

(216) 664-4139

 

Gerald Terry

YES

Central

2526 Central Ave. (115)

(216) 664-4241

 

William “Bill” Myers

CLOSED FOR

RENOVATIONS

Clark

5706 Clark Ave. (102)

(216) 664-4657

 

Nicole Collins

 

YES

Collinwood

16300 Lakeshore Blvd. 44110

(216) 420-8323

 

Kawana Little

 

YES

Cory

10510 Drexel Ave. (108)

(216) 664-3389

 

Bill Glaspy

 

YES

Cudell

1910 West Blvd. (102)

(216) 664-4137

 

Ron Fields

 

YES

Frederick Douglass

15401 Miles Avenue (128)

(216) 664-6882

 

Larry Wilcox

 

YES

Estabrook

4125 Fulton Rd. (144)

(216) 664-4149

 

Kim Kibort

 

YES

Fairfax

2335 E. 82nd (104)

(216) 664-4142

 

Ryan Allen

YES

Zelma Watson George

3155 MLK (104)

(216) 420-8800

 

Garnet Jamison

N/A

Gunning Park

16700 Puritas Ave. (135)

(216) 420-7900

 

Carlitos Torres

 

YES

Halloran Skating Rink

3550 W. 117th  (111)

(216) 664-4187

 

Maryann Fields

 

N/A

Alexander Hamilton

13200 Kinsman Ave. (120)

(216) 664-4121

 

Malcolm Jackson

YES

Glenville James Hubbard

680 E. 113th St. (108)

(216) 664-2516

 

Sam Woodfolk

 

YES

E. J. Kovacic

6250 St. Clair Ave. (103)

(216) 664-4140

 

Mike Trivisonno

 

YES

Thurgood Marshall

8611 Hough Ave. (106)

(216) 664-4045

 

Eugene Smith III

YES

Sterling

1380 E. 32nd (114)

(216) 664-2573

 

Gabriel Ramos

YES

Earle B. Turner

11300 Miles Ave. (105)

(216) 420-8358

 

Eric Smith

YES

Stella Walsh

7345 Broadway Ave. (105)

(216)664-4658

 

George Jackson

YES

Woodland

9206 Woodland Ave. (104)

(216) 664-4124

 

William Pruitt

YES

Michael Zone

6301 Lorain Ave. (102)

(216) 664-3373

 

Monica Lelutiu

YES

Camp Forbes

25440 Harvard Rd. (122)

(216) 263-5325

 

Debra Kusa

N/A

Cudell Fine Arts

10013 Detroit Ave. (102)

(216) 664-4183

 

Ashley Nagel

N/A

 

Outdoor Pools

(21)  Outdoor pools

  

Program Dates/Times:  June 11th thru August 7th, Wed thru Sunday, 12 to 7:30 pm

Phone Number: (216) 664-3018

 

Outdoor Pool

Address

DUGGAN

1696 CATALPA AVENUE

FOREST HILLS

12310 ARLINGTON AVENUE

GASSAWAY

2306 EAST 100TH STREET

GLENDALE

3813 EAST 149TH STREET

GREENWOOD

2220 WEST 38TH STREET

HALLORAN

3550 WEST 117TH & LINNET

IMPETT

3207 WEST 153RD STREET

JAMES BELL

2280 EAST 71ST

WOODLAND

9206 WOODLAND AVENUE

KERRUISH

17218 TARKINGTON

LAKE

1341 WEST 85TH STREET

LINCOLN

1200 STARK WEATHER AVENUE

LOEW

4741 WEST 32ND STREET

LONNIE BURTEN

2511 EAST 46TH STREET

MEYER

3566 WEST 30TH STREET

NEFF

19300 BELLA AVENUE

TROMBA

16411 MANDALAY AVENUE

WARSAW

4021 EAST 64TH STREET

CAMP FORBES

25440 HARVARD AVENUE

SUNRISE

3521 WEST 95TH STREET

(CLOSED FOR RENOVATION)

LUKE EASTER

3165 MLK BLVD.

(CLOSED FOR RENOVATION)

 

 

 

 

Playgrounds

(26) Staffed playgrounds during the summer months were as neighborhood youth can participate in games, sporting events, trips, learning activities and arts/crafts.

 

Program dates/Times: June 13th – August 5th, playgrounds staffed: 9 am to 5:30 pm 

Closed Monday, July 4th.

 

Playground Locations (26)                        

Open from 9:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Mon. – Fri.     

       

PLAYGROUND

LOCATION

Archmere

W. 41st & Archmere Ave.

Artha Woods

Woodstock Ave. & MLK Jr. Blvd.

Arthur Johnston

E. 147th St. & Seville Ave.

Crossburn

Crossburn Ave., west of W. 130th St.

Duggan Park

Catalpa Rd., north of Euclid

Easton

E. 88th St., south of Kinsman

Fairview Park

W. 38th St., south of Franklin Blvd.

Fredrick Douglas

E. 154th St. & Miles

Glendale

E. 149th St., north of Harvard Ave.

Halloran

3550 W. 117th St.

Herman

Herman & W. 60th St.

Hyacinth

E. 65th St. & Waterman

Impett Park

W. 155th St. & Montrose Ave.

James Johnson

680 E. 114th St., off of St. Clair

Jefferson

W. 132nd St., south of Lorain

Woodland

9206 Woodland Ave.

Kossuth

E. 121st St. & Shaker Blvd.

Lonnie Burten

2511 E. 46th St.

Luke Easter

3155 MLK Blvd.

Mark Tromba

Mandalay & Rudyard Ave.

Mercedes Cotner

W. 95th St., south of Denison

Michael Zone

6301 Lorain Ave.

Roberto Clemente

W. 38th St. & Seymore Ave.

Sam Miller

E. 88th St., north of St. Clair

Thurgood Marshall

8611 Hough Ave.

Trent

Trent & W. 40th St.

           

 

 

 

(26) Spray Basins

Program Dates/Times: June 11th thru August 7th, 7 am to 9:30 pm

 

Spray Basin Locations (26)

Turned on when it’s 80 degrees or hotter

Monday – Sunday 7:00am-9:00pm

 

SPRAY BASIN

LOCATION

Arthur Johnston

E. 147th St. & Seville Ave.

Carol McClendon

Gibson Ave. & E. 102nd St.

Charles Orr

Ansel & Lamont

Crossburn

Sprecher Ave., west of W. 130th St.

Dove

Dove Ave., west of E. 105th St.

Easton

E. 88th St., south of Kinsman

Emery

W. 130th St., south of I-71

Fairview Park

W. 38th St., south of Franklin Blvd.

Gawron

Harvard & E. 136th St.

Grant

E. 38th & Central

Glenview

E. 110th north of St. Clair

Groton Park

Groton Rd. Malden Rd,

Grdina

Grdina & E. 62nd St.

Halloran Park

3550 W. 117th St.

Herman

Herman & W. 60th St.

Irma

E. 74th & Irma

JoAnn Park

Glendale Ave JoAnn Dr

League Park

6601 Lexington Ave

Mercedes Cotner

W. 95th St., south of Denison

Under construction

R.J. Taylor

Melville Rd. & Nottingham

Regent

Regent  & E. 70th, off of Francis

Roberto Clemente

Seymore Ave., west of Fulton Rd.

Rockefeller

MLK Jr. Blvd. & E.105th

Scoutway-Moulton

E. 115th & Moulton

Trent

Trent & W. 40th St.

Michael Zone

6301 Lorain Ave.