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City of Casselberry Offers New All Star Sports Classes

With sport classes from toddlers to teen, Casselberry Recreation wants to help all kids stay active!

Register today!
Space is limited

All Star Sports

City of Casselberry Recreation

Are you searching for new activities for your kids? Sports offer a great outlet for children to have fun and learn. Casselberry Recreation has partnered with All Star Sports Instruction to provide quality sport instruction classes for children 2 to 12 years of age.

Classes will be offered on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays for a variety of sports including: Parent & Tot, Soccer, Golf, Arena Flag Football, T-Ball, Basketball, Lil’ Pint Hoops, Floor Hockey, and All Star All Sports. Lessons will introduce children to the game’s basic skills and prepare them for the next level. Games will also be played to show the importance of coordination, teamwork and sportsmanship.

All Star Sports Instruction’s philosophy is to provide sports programs where children of all ages can learn their desired sport in a fun, safe and structured environment, as well as strive for each child to develop confidence and believe in themselves.

Classes are affordable, so sign-up today! Spaces are limited.

For more information on exact cost, days, and times visit the Register for Sports and Programs Here site or call Mario Algarin at 407-262-7700 Ext. 1576


Wirz Park Pool
The Wirz Park Pool is a public aquatic facility that is currently closed for the season.  It will reopen Memorial Day weekend 2015 and remain open until Labor Day.  American Red Cross swim lessons will be available.

806 Mark David Blvd.
Casselberry, FL 32707
(407) 262-7700 Ext. 1575

Cost - Daily Resident Swim $2
            Non Resident Swim $3

Pool Passes Individual Resident $45
                      Non resident            $65

Family Pass    Resident            $55
                         Non Resident    $75

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