The Town of Prosper offers award-winning parks featuring unique playgrounds, hike and bike trails, sports fields, backstops, pavilions and open spaces!
Recreational camps and classes for Youth and Adults offer top-notch instructors for fun and fitness! Monthly Youth and Adult calendars detail dates, times and locations.
Activities for Seniors and Active Adults 55+ are hosted 'year round. Please find the details below.
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Discover Downtown: Moonlight Movie
Friday, March 31 | 7-10 p.m. | Prosper Town Hall
The Discover Downtown Series kicks off on Friday, March 31, with the Moonlight Movie! Bring the family to Downtown Prosper for fun, games, popcorn, and Sonic the Hedgehog 2, an action-adventure comedy film! Fun begins at 7 p.m! Plan to park on the north side of Town Hall. The movie will begin at dusk.
Discover Downtown events are presented free of charge by Parks and Recreation in partnership with the Prosper Economic Development Corporation. The series began in 2022 to provide the community a glimpse of the revitalization happening in the heart of Prosper.
For more information about the Discover Downtown Series, please contact Brant Holland or call 972-569-1115.
PARKS & RECREATION LECTURE SERIES 2023
Give Yourself a Hand - Hand Care for Arthritis
March 27 | 10-11 a.m. | The 407 Rec Center
The Lecture Series continues with Hand Care for Arthritis, presented by Mary Beth Burkett, Doctor of Occupational Therapy and Certified Hand Therapist. Join us at The 407 Rec Center, 407 E. First St., on March 27 to increase your awareness of hand osteoarthritis (OA) and learn to manage it conservatively.
Topics to be addressed:
- Understanding the signs and symptoms of OA
- Preventative measures to protect joints and minimize pain and swelling
- Doctor referrals and therapy
About the Series presenter: Mary Beth Burkett has lived in Prosper for 23 years and has treated hand patients for over 30 years. She has worked for Texas Health for 26 years and was instrumental in opening the hand rehabilitation center at Texas Health Prosper in 2017.
Parks and Recreation Lectures are hosted free of charge, yet reservations are requested. To reserve a seat or if you have questions, please send an email to Cecilee Fannon at email@example.com or call 972-569-1057.
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SENIORS & ACTIVE ADULTS 55+
AARP Smart DriverTEK Workshop
March 28 | 2-3:30 p.m. | The 407 Rec Center
Technology is changing the driving experience! The Smart DriverTEK Workshop will keep you in the know about the latest high-tech safety features in your current or future car. Learn with your peers about Blind Spot Warnings, Forward Collision Warnings, Smart Headlights and more in this FREE, interactive, 90-minute workshop! Location for the Workshop is The 407 Rec Center, 407 E. First St.
Tuesdays | 9-12 a.m. | The 407 Rec Center
Thursdays | 1-4 p.m. | The 407 Rec Center
Fridays | 1-4 p.m. | The 407 Rec Center
Senior Scene E-Newsletter
Game and Class Calendar: March 2023
Scholarships assist residents in attending Parks and Recreation camps and classes. Assistance is available for adults and children and has been expanded to accommodate those impacted by COVID-19. *All applications are held in strictest confidence to ensure privacy.*
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In accordance with Executive Order GA 36, face coverings are not required. Masks are optional for program participants of any age. If you have questions, please contact Trevor Helton, Recreation Supervisor, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 972-569-1064.