KYLE, TEXAS – The Kyle Parks and Recreation Department has lined up a series of events & programs for families to enjoy this spring and summer.
Easter Egg Basket Giveaway
The Kyle Parks and Recreation Department will be giving away free Easter egg baskets to the first 50 families to register for the Easter Egg Basket Giveaway. Registration closes March 29 or once all spots have been filled.
When signing up, register only once per household and not per child, then under the enrollment field enter how many children are within the household.
Participants will then be able to pick up baskets from the Parks and Recreation Office, 700 Lehman Rd., Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. by no later than Friday, April 2.
To register, go to www.teamsideline.com/kyle.
Easter Trail Hop Egg Hunt
Register to participate in the first ever Easter Trail Hop Egg Hunt in Kyle on Saturday, March 27 along Plum Creek Trail at the Waterleaf Park. Registration closes March 24 or once all spots have been filled.
By registering for the event, attendees will get a 20-minute fun filled egg hunt experience along the Plum Creek Trail.
The path will be designated by rope and timers will be handed out to help keep track participant time limits. City staff will also be stationed along the trail to assist.
Each registration costs $8 for residents and $10 for non-residents and allows up to 5 children per slot. Easter Baskets for participants cost an extra $1.50 each.
Participants are asked to arrive at least 30 minutes prior to their time slot to allow proper check-in. Masks will be required for this event and the Parks and Recreation Department will provide handwashing stations and hand sanitizing stations.
Only 30 registration slots are available. Register at www.teamsideline.com/kyle.
Easter Photo Contest
Get into the Easter spirit and submit a photo to email@example.com by Monday, April 5 for a chance to win a gift basket courtesy of the Kyle Parks and Recreation Department.
The Kyle Parks and Recreation Department will choose the top five photos and the winners will be notified by email by Thursday, April 8.
For more information on City of Kyle Parks and Recreation Department Easter 2021 events, go to www.cityofkyle.com/recreation/2021-easter-festivities.
Summer Camp 2021
The Kyle Summer Camp 2021 Early Bird Registration Special is still open until March 26.
The special offers a weekly fee of $135 per camper and a one-time non-refundable registration fee of $20.
After the Early Bird Registration Special ends, the weekly fee will be $150 per camper with a one-time non-refundable registration fee of $32.
Kyle Summer Camp is a day camp that runs from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The weekly fee covers two field trips per week, two pool days, two daily snacks, two T-shirts (must be worn on field trip days), and daily supplies for activities.
The max capacity for Summer Camp is 120 campers per week — 90 second-fifth grade spots and 40 sixth-ninth grade spots.
The camp does not supply breakfast or lunch; therefore, each camper will be required to bring a water bottle and lunch each day.
Parents are asked to make sure their child’s lunch contains an ice pack if it needs to remain cool, as the camp is unable to refrigerate camper lunches.
Campers will be required to wear a mask, where it is feasible. All Camp Staff will also be required to wear the masks.
In order to ensure campers receive the requested shirt size, completed forms, payments, and/or deposits must be received by 5 p.m. April 30.
Participants may register after April 30, if spots are still available, but the shirt sizes for campers will not be guaranteed. Registration remains open until filled or until the payment deadline has passed.
All cancellations will come with a fee of $45 with no exceptions. To hold a camper’s spot for a week, parents can pay a minimum of a $50 non-refundable deposit. Late fees will be added in the amount of $20 to any account that does not pay by the deadline.
For more information about Kyle Summer Camp, go to www.cityofkyle.com/recreation/kyle-summer-camp.
The City of Kyle still requires individuals to wear a face covering over the nose and mouth when inside City buildings and facilities open to the public, or when at any City-owned outdoor public space and it is not feasible to maintain six feet of distance from someone outside of their household.