Chicago Park District Spring 2023 Registration Now Open for Featured Programs – NBC Chicago


According to a press release from the Park District, registration for select Spring 2023 Chicago Park District programs in Chicago parks opens this week.

“Spring programs are designed to help connect Chicago’s children, teens, adults and seniors with their passions,” said Rosa Escareño, president and CEO of the Chicago Park District. “Our programs, facilities and staff are equipped to help our residents join the fun of sports and the arts in their communities.”

According to the park district, all spring programs are now available for viewing. However, online registration will be done in a phased manner from March 13. Below is the full registration schedule:

  • March 13 at 9:00 a.m.: Registration is open for parks west of California Avenue and for all virtual programs
  • March 14 at 9:00 a.m.: Registration opens for parks east of California Ave.
  • March 14 at 12:00: Open registration for gymnastics centers

Also, according to the Park District, in-person registration for most parks will begin on Saturday, March 18.

“Remaining parks will begin in-person registration on Monday, March 20, 2023, subject to availability,” the statement said.

Spring programming at McFetridge, Morgan, Addams and Galey Park, registration is already underway, the Chicago Park District said. According to the statement, it started at 9 am on March 7.

According to the park district, registration for “spring anchors,” including sports and activities such as baseball, softball, gymnastics, special recreation, boxing, drama, arts and crafts, is available starting this week.

All Chicago Park District spring programs for 2023 begin April 10th and end June 9th.

More information on participation, as well as times and registration dates, can be found here.

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