Online Registration For Tennis, Baseball, Softball And Lacrosse To Open Monday
The City of Hoboken is pleased to provide spring recreation options for the Spring of 2021: tennis (ages 6 – 13), baseball (ages 4 – 16), softball (ages 4-15) and lacrosse (ages 8 – 13).
For participants who signed-up and paid for recreation programs in the spring of 2020 that were canceled, but not issued a credit, please register this year without paying the registration fee, and send an email to email@example.com.
Free cycling classes for teenage girls, registration open
Mayor Ravi S. Bhalla, Director Leo Pellegrini and Prime Cycle have partnered to offer a new, free cycling class for girls in grades 7-12. All classes will be 45 minutes and cycling shoes will be provided. Prime Cycle will provide all participants with appropriate guidance and training at the Hoboken Little League Field batting cages.
How to enroll:
- Go to www.primecycle.com
- Click on Login (top right)
- Click New User
- Complete required information for the name of the child (not the parent)
- After setting up the account, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org confirming child’s name, age and email address used for account
- Prime Cycle will send a confirmation email with final details
Virtual Junior Knicks Academy, registration open
The New York Knicks are once again offering a virtual skills academy for children (ages 6 – 16) in Hoboken on March 8, 9 and 10 (4-5 pm), and again on March 31. Each session will include Knicks players or alumni, contests, and more.
Registration is now open for the March 8-10 sessions, please visit https://www.nba.com/knicks/junior/virtual-skills-academy/sign-up?cmp=van_jrk_skills-academy_210105 to sign-up.
All sports and recreation activities will follow COVID-19 protocols established by the State of New Jersey.
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