Recreation - Newsletter
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Annual Spring Clean Up Weeks May 6-17, 2013
The Brownstown Beautification Commission has announced that the
weeks of May 6-10 and May 13-17 are Annual Spring Clean Up Weeks.
During Spring Clean Up, Waste Management will accept, on your
regular trash pick-up days, unlimited household rubbish and many
items normally not accepted. Items accepted include small car
parts, appliances with freon(schedule pickup w/Waste Mgt
1-866-797-9018), unlimited household rubbish, yard waste and bulky
items. Tires will be accepted in a dumpster at Twp Hall only.
During Spring Clean Up please make sure all items are placed at the curb in 32 gallon or smaller containers or bags. Bundle all loose items in 3 foot or smaller bundles weighing no more than 50 pounds.
YARD WASTE COLLECTIONS BEGIN MARCH 25
The collection of yard waste along with your regular trash pick
up will begin the week of March 25, 2013 and run through the week
of November 25, 2013. Yard waste should be placed on the curb on
your regular collection days in separate paper bags or waste
State law prohibits the depositing of yard waste in land fills. Yard waste is: Grass Clippings, Leaves, Garden Debris, Shrub and Brush Trimmings under 2” in diameter. Yard waste is NOT: Sod, Pet Waste, Logs, Dirt, Stumps or Branches over 2” in diameter.
Community Center Booking 2014 Rentals
The Brownstown Community Center, located at 21311 Telegraph Road is now booking group rentals through 2014. The halls can accommodate up to 323 people and a full kitchen is available.
Rental rates range from $75.00 for groups of 50 or less on a weeknight to $525.00 for groups of up to 323 on a weekend. Halls are dividable to accommodate any size party and rental rates vary with party size. Kitchen facilities are available for a $50.00 charge. White table linens and clean-up services are also available for an additional charge.
A $100.00 security deposit is required to reserve a date. To check date availability, please call the Recreation Dept. at 675-0920.
Community Garden Plots Available
For 2013 gardeners will have two choices of Community Garden Plots. Traditional plots in a 10’x10’ or 10’x20’ size or 10’x10’ raised bed garden plots. Located behind the Police Department on King Road or next to the Historical Museum, plots prices are $10 for a 10’x 10’, $20 for a 10’ x 20’ and $25 for a raised bed. Traditional plots are a prepared ground plot and raised beds are raised with crushed stone walkways for easier access. Plots will be available for planting no later than June 1. Gardeners are responsible for providing all needed plants and tools for their plot. Water is available on site.
To purchase your plot please contact the Recreation Department or stop in the Community Center during regular business hours, Monday-Friday 8:00 AM-4:30 PM.
Rain Barrels Available at Water Department
Who says money doesn’t fall from the sky?
Purchase a Great Lakes Rain Barrel for just $70
Save on your water bill by collecting water in your rain barrel and using it to water your plants, lawn and vegetable gardens. Rain water is full of healthy nutrients and minerals that promote growth in your lawn and garden. The rain water can also be used to clean your automobiles, driveway, and patio. And it will leave a spot-free finish on your car!
Great Lakes Rain Barrels are available for purchase at the Brownstown Township Water Department at a cost of $70.00. Installation kit included with purchase
The Water Department is located in the Township Hall— 21313
If you have any questions, please call (734) 675-4000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
DIY Kits ($35.00) to make your own rain barrel are also available for purchase at the Water Department.
Dog License Renewal and Rabies Clinic April 27th
All Township Dog licenses will expire on April 30, 2013. Licenses may be renewed at the Treasurer’s Office for an $8.00 fee for dogs and a $3.00 fee for cats. After April 30th, the license fee will increase to $16.00 for dogs and $6.00 for cats. Proof of rabies vaccination is required for all license renewals.
If your dog is still in need of rabies shots, they will be
available on Saturday,
April 27, 2013 from 9:30 AM to Noon at the new Animal Control Building on Lillian Street for a fee of $10.00 per dog. You may also purchase your license at this time. A great way to save time and get your pets shots and license in one trip!
Historical Society Annual Yard Sale
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
May 9th 10th & 11th, 2013
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Fundraiser for Historical Society projects Now accepting donations of miscellaneous items including household goods, books, toys, tools, furniture and clothing
Call 734 493-3198 or Email email@example.com for donation pick up
Donation tax receipts available.
Beautification/Historical “Yard of the Month” Contest
Brownstown residents have some of the finest looking yards Downriver. Why not show yours off by entering the Brownstown “Yard of the Month” competition? The “Yard of the Month” contest is a way of recognizing those residents who go above and beyond in maintaining their property.
For the months of June through September, members of the Beautification/Historical Commission will select nominated yards the best reflect “curb appeal” that include the following criteria:
- Lawns should be healthy, neatly mowed and edged
- Trees and shrubs pruned and trimmed
- Planting should be healthy
- Minimum weeds in flowerbeds
- Yard free of debris and clutter
Design and Landscaping
- Use of Color and or texture
- Creativity, such as baskets, pots, yard art, feeders etc.
- Balance in keeping with home and lot size
- Overall attractiveness
- All planting must be living, no artificial plants
One yard will be selected each month, June through September. The same property cannot receive the “Yard of the Month” more than once a year. Winners will receive a special “Yard of the Month” sign to display in their yard, have their yard featured in photos on the Township website, and receive a $25 gift certificate courtesy of Ruhlig Farms and Gardens...and get bragging rights!
To enter the contest, you must nominate your property. Just email a photo of your yard in all its glory, along with your name, address and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org. Yards will be judged the third week of each month. Remember, to take the best photos, try shooting at eye level and also take photos at the first or last light of day. Midday sun can turn delicate planting into stark shadows and glare. Good luck!
BROWNSTOWN RUSH RECREATIONAL SOCCER!
Brownstown Recreation and MI Rush Soccer Club have come together to form the Brownstown Rush Recreational Soccer Program. This exciting soccer program, open to boys and girls of all skill levels, ages 4-10 years, will begin in the Spring of 2013. Program will consist of one team training session per week, as well as one game per weekend. A great program to start your child in soccer.
Location: Hunter Park, 21320 Roche
Cost: $70.00, includes game jersey
Game Days: Saturdays, 4/20, 4/27, 5/4, 5/11, 5/18, 6/1 & 6/8, times TBA
Questions? Contact Patrick Griffin at (734) 637-2160 or email@example.com
BEGINNING TENNIS LESSONS
Come check out the new Thorn Park Tennis Courts and learn a
life long sport! Tennis is a great game for all ages and can be
enjoyed your entire life. Open to boys and girls, participants
will learn the basics of the forehand, backhand, serve and volley.
Enough to get you started playing tennis! Participants should
bring their own racquet and water bottle, tennis balls provided.
Location: Thorn Park Tennis Courts, 23700 Lillian Street
Schedule: Tuesdays & Thursdays
Ages 10 & Under 5:30-6:30 PM
Ages 10 & Over 6:30-7:30 PM
Session 1 - 3 weeks starts May 13
Session 2 - 3 weeks starts June 4
Cost: $41.00 per session
Instructor: Mike Weatherhead
34th ANNUAL FREE KIDS FISHING DERBY
Open to Boys & Girls of all ages, the derby offers the
opportunity to spend a relaxing day fishing and picnicking along
the Huron River. Trophies and prizes will be awarded for the
Longest Fish, Most Fish caught, and Smallest Fish Caught in three
age groups: Ages 7 & Under, Ages 8-12 Years and Ages 13 & Over.
Location: Pte. Mouillee Headquarters Island, Campau Road
Cost: Ages 12 & Under - FREE (Must be accompanied by an adult)
Ages 13 & Over - $1.00
Schedule: Sunday, June 2, 2013
1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Registration Starts at Noon, the derby will run rain or shine.
Don’t forget your bait and fishing tackle!
Registration for boys and girls ages 5 to 14 years interested in playing t-ball or softball this summer. Practices begin in May with games played during June and July. Players ages as of December 1, 2013 determines players age for the season. All participants receive a t-shirt and cap.
T-Ball (Boys & Girls) Ages 5-6
Coach-Pitch(Boys & Girls) Ages 7-8
Junior Boys Softball Ages 9-12
Junior Girls Softball Ages 9-11
Intermediate Girls Softball Ages 12-14
Girls Fast Pitch Ages U12, U14 & U16
Boys Baseball Ages U12 & U14
Cost: T-Ball/Coach-Pitch - $30.00 Softball - $40.00
Registration: Registrations accepted at the Recreation Office on a space available basis until May 4th.
All new players must present a birth certificate to register!
Fee Waivers are available for those unable to pay registration fees. Volunteer Coaches needed - call 675-0920 or sign up at registration
ANNUAL EASTER EGG HUNT
Children and adults alike will enjoy this old fashioned Easter Egg Hunt in Thorn Park. Come and collect eggs and maybe you will find one of the lucky prize eggs! Separate area for children ages 3 & Under, 4 to 6 years, 7 to 9 years and Ages 10 & Over. The Big Bunny will also be on hand to greet children and help pass out candy.
Location: Thorn Park, 21311 Telegraph Road
Cost: FREE - All children must be accompanied by an adult
Schedule: Saturday, March 23, 2013
NOTE: Easter Egg Hunt starts at 10:00 AM Sharp so don’t be late!
Come and learn both Korean and Japanese Karate. This comprehensive Martial Arts Program features classes for ages 4 to adult, including weapons work at higher levels with top quality instructors at all levels.
Instructor: Bill Barker, Progressive Tactics Martial Arts
Location: Community Center
Little Dragons - The Little Dragons program teaches the younger age group the skills needed for martial arts training at a later age. The program includes proper stretch, exercise and games to promote balance, focus, team work and discipline. Basic martial arts skills are then incorporated. Students have their own belt system based on class attendance and performance. Additionally life skill teaching occurs in all classes.
Boys & Girls Ages 4-6 Mondays 6:00-6:45 PM $40/mo
Basic Karate - This program is a traditional martial arts program teaching self defense through balance, focus, team work and discipline. Certified instructors teach and evaluate students using the traditional testing and belt system.
Ages 7-12 Mon & Weds 6:00-7:00 PM $55.00/mo
Ages 13-Adult Mon & Weds 7:00-9:00 PM $55.00/mo
Modern Arnis - This program features a Filipino style of martial arts known for its knife, stick and sword work. Open to instructor approved advanced students.
Approved Adults Weds 8:00-9:00 PM $40.00/month
Get involved this Summer! Kids ages five and up can enjoy a wide variety of activities - Arts & Crafts, Sports & Games, Field Trips, Jr. Olympics, & Special Events too. Supervised playground sites provide a great opportunity for parents and kids. Co-Sponsored by the Brownstown & Woodhaven Recreation Departments.
Locations: Yake School & Bates School
Cost: $125.00 per Child
Schedule: Monday through Thursday June 17 to July 25
9:00 AM to 3:00 PM (Sites do NOT Close for Lunch)
*REGISTER FOR PLAYGROUND PROGRAM AT WOODHAVEN RECREATION*
SPECIAL NEEDS ACTIVITIES PROGRAM
Once again, Brownstown has partnered with the City of Trenton to provide for six, fun-filled weeks we’re on the move with field trips every weekday for young people with cognitive impairment, ages 10-25 years old. We have an exciting state certified summer day camp program that will include staying cool at Kennedy Aquatic Center, bowling, miniature golf and tennis. Brownstown residents interested in participating should register their child with Trenton Parks & Recreation. Brownstown will then reimburse residents for the non-resident portion of the program fees.
Call Trenton Recreation at 675-7300 for fee information.
Session: June 24-August 6, 8:45 a.m.-2:45 p.m.
Returning Students: May 21
DOG PARK PASSES AVAILABLE
Bring your dog to enjoy a great day at the new Brownstown Dog Park. Located next to the Brownstown Animal Shelter, 23700 Lillian, the Dog park provides a safe fenced area for well behaved canine citizens to exercise and paly off leash. All dogs must be registered through the Brownstown Water Dept.
Register at: Brownstown Water Department, 21313 Telegraph, @
Mon-Fri from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.
Annual Fees: $25 for residents, $35 for non-residents
Replacement cost is $25 for all lost cards.
The annual pass includes up to 3 dogs and is renewable on an
To Register, the following must be provided:
A Signed Dog Park Waiver, Current license (from Brownstown or other community)
Proof of current vaccinations for each dog: Rabies, Bordetella & DHLP-P (Distemper Parvo)
FREE PRE-SCHOOL MUSIC/READING PROGRAMS
The Woodhaven-Brownstown Schools, in cooperation with Brownstown Recreation and Woodhaven Recreation is offering pre-school music & reading programs this spring. Make music a part of your child’s daily life. It improves their ability to move, think, create, reason, and express themselves. Come and see what we can do for you and your child. This musical adventure is designed to promote language, social, gross motor and early literacy skills for preschool children ages 0-5 years. A parent or guardian must attend with the child.
Brownstown Community Center
21311 Telegraph Rd.
Brownstown, MI 48134
Call to register (734) 675-0920
Wednesdays at 10 AM or 11 AM
April 17 May 15 June 12
This program is designed for children entering kindergarten in the fall 2013. The nationally established program was developed to provide childhood safety education. Children learn about fire, poison, strangers, traffic, cars and playground safety. They participate in safety lessons on the new Safety Town Village, built through community donations, a miniature layout complete with houses, sidewalks and crosswalks. Speakers from the Police Dept. and local utilities, provide safety training to enable children to enjoy and understand good safety practices. Safety town ends with a graduation celebration.
Location: Safety Town Village, Thorn Park
Schedule: July 29-August 9
Session I 10:00 AM to Noon
Session II 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Cost: $40.00 Residents/$45.00 Non-Residents
In cooperation with the Gibraltar School District, Brownstown Recreation is proud to announce the Summer 2013 Aquatics Program featuring Swim Lessons, Open Swimming, and the Downriver Swim Club Swim Team.
Group Swim Lessons
$56/session — space is limited in these classes. All swimmers need to be potty-trained and ready to participate in the program. No water wings, lifejackets, or other water toys permitted. Parents are not allowed in the pool or on deck with the children but may watch from the stands.
All Lessons are Monday through Thursday
Group A Beginners - Ages 3-7yrs 10:15-11 AM or 11:15AM-NOON- Swimmers who are hesitant about entering the water. Class focus: Comfort in sitting in pool on submerged bench - Entry into water - Floating on back - Kicking - Forward movement in pool - Recovery from jump into pool
Group B Intermediates - Ages 4-8yrs 10:15-11 AM or 11:15AM-NOON - Swimmers who are comfortable in the pool and ready to start learning basic freestyle and backstroke: forward movement - arm and leg movement for freestyle - arm and leg movement for backstroke - streamline position recovery from diving board - treading water
Group C Advanced - Ages 5-9yrs 10:15-11 AM or 11:15AM-NOON - Swimmers are competent in freestyle and backstroke and are ready for more stroke refinement and additional strokes: improvement on stroke technique building on endurance 1-2 laps - introducing breast stroke/butterfly - beginning flip turns
Session I - June 17-27
Session II - July 8-July 18
Session III - July 22-August 1
$51/session & $5 fee for each swim meet Swimmers will compete in a minimum of one swim meet against area teams each session. Ribbons awarded in each age group.
Junior/Senior Group - 10-18yrs 8:30-10:00 AM
High School, Middle School, and other swimmers with competitive swimming backgrounds. All swimmers in this group should be very familiar with all four competitive strokes.
Novice Group - 5-13yrs 8:30-10:00 AM
Composed of athletes who are familiar with swimming and are comfortable in the water but need to learn additional strokes and build endurance. Should be able to swim at least one length of the pool. Swimmers in the novice group will be divided up based on ability. There will be 2-3 subsections of this group.
Session I - June 17-27
Session II - July 8-July 18
Session III - July 22-August 1
Registration: Recreation Dept, 21311 Telegraph or online at www.brownstownrec.org
Location: Carlson High School, 20550 W. Jefferson
Aquatic Supervisor: Kayleigh Morgan
Who says you can’t teach an old dog new tricks? Bring your old dog or new puppy to our dog obedience training class where they will learn to sit, stay, heel, and come when called. All dogs must be at least 6 months of age and have proof of vaccinations. Completion of beginning class required for advanced class.
Instructor: Marilyn Woestman
Location: Community Center
Schedule: Tuesdays Starting April 16 - 8 Weeks
7:00-8:00 PM Beginning Class
8:00-9:00 PM Advanced Class
Cost: $51.00 Resident
Zumba Fitness has arrived in Brownstown! Zumba Fitness features interval training sessions where fast and slow rhythms and resistance training are combined to tone and sculpt your body while burning fat. Add some Latin flavor and International zest into the mix and you’ve got ZUMBA! Brownstown Recreation is now offering Zumba for all ages and fitness levels. The original ZUMBA is a Latin inspired hour long work out aerobic workout that is so much fun you won’t even know your exercising.
Instructor: Maria Diaz, ZUMBA Certified
Schedule: Tuesdays or Thursday
7:30 PM—8:30 PM at Community Center
Session 1 - 5 weeks starts April 16
Session 2 - 5 weeks starts May 21
Cost: Per Session $26.00
Non-residents add $5.00
Registrations received after class starts subject to $5 late fee
EASY FLOW YOGA
Have fun while you learn the gentle postures (asanas) and restorative breathing techniques. Let this class help you to remove all the damaging effects of our stressful lives and improve your overall strength, balance and stamina. All ages and levels welcome. Wear comfortable, stretchable clothing and bring a mat, rug or blanket. Please refrain from eating an hour before class.
Schedule: Tuesdays 6:15-7:15 PM @ Community Ctr
Thursdays 5:30-6:30 PM @ Community Ctr
Session 1 - 5 weeks starts April 16
Session 2 - 5 weeks starts May 21
Cost: Per Session $26.00 One day/week—$51.00 Two
days/week . Non-residents add $5.00. Registrations
received after class starts subject to $5 late fee
Instructor: Dr. Tracey Williamson, D.C., D.I.C.C.P., American
Heart Association Certification, Board Certified Diplomate in International
Chiropractic Council on Pediatrics
Power Yoga is a dynamic, energizing form of exercise that sculpts, hones and tones every muscle in the body. Power Yoga empowers you to purposefully use and train your body for everyday activities in life – bending, stretching lifting, reaching, twisting – so you can move through your everyday motions with more ease. Participants must bring a yoga mat, blocks, water bottle and a towel. Please refrain from eating 1 ½ hours before class.
Schedule: Monday 7:00-8:00 PM @ Community Center
Session 1 - 5 weeks starts April 15
Session 2 - 5 weeks starts May 20
Cost: Per Session $26.00. Non-residents add $5.00. Registrations received after class starts subject to $5 late fee
Instructor: Dr. Tracey Williamson, D.C., D.I.C.C.P., American Heart Association Certification, Board Certified Diplomate in International Chiropractic Council on Pediatrics
ADULT SOFTBALL LEAGUES
Brownstown Recreation is now accepting applications for team
entries for our Summer 2013 Adult Softball Leagues. All leagues
will follow USSSA rules, playing an 18 game season plus double
elimination playoffs. Games are played at Thorn Park and Fort-Gib
Entry Fee: $350/team plus $80 refundable deposit
Men: Mon. Doubleheaders, Thurs. Double Headers, Sun. Doubleheaders
Co-ed: Weds. Doubleheaders
Start Date: Games start the weeks of May 5th
The Brownstown DDA and Beautification/Historical Commission have teamed up to offer a weekly Farmers Market in Brownstown! Each Tuesday, June 4th through August 27th, local vendors will offer fresh, locally grown goods. Vendor applications are available from Sue Trussell by calling (734) 675-5911 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Farmers Market will be located on the Township Campus at 21313 Telegraph Road between King and West Roads with operating hours of Noon-6pm every Tuesday. A great way to shop locally and get the freshest produce in Brownstown!
On Thursday, June 13, 2013, starting at 7:00 PM, the 14th Annual American Extravaganza will be held at the Brownstown Community Center. This benefit concert by the Downriver Community Band features patriotic favorites in a festive atmosphere, all to assist the Police Department Honor Guard in providing community programs.
Tickets for this event are available in advance for $8.00 each or $64.00 for a whole table and may be purchased at the Supervisor’s Office or by calling 675-0071. Bring your friends and enjoy an evening of great music!
SENIOR CENTER ACTIVITIES
The Brownstown Senior Community Center offers a wide variety of activities for seniors on a daily basis. The Senior Nutrition Program, Health, Education and Enrichment Programs are conducted at the Center on an ongoing basis. The Center is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM. Below is a listing of the dates and times of ongoing programs. For more information contact Recreation Director Mark Maxe at (734) 675-0920
Senior Program Schedule
Blood Pressure Clinic - 1st Thurs at Noon
Chair Exercise - Every Thurs. at 10AM
Basic Quilting - Every Weds at 9 AM
Sr. Exercise - Every Tu, W, & F at 10AM
Travel Club - Every 1st Mon at 11:00 AM
Evening Pot Luck - Every 4th Mon at 5 PM
Kroger Shoppng-2nd & 4th Weds @11AM
Meijers - 1st & 3rd Tuesday at 11 AM
Wal-Mart Shopping - 2nd Fri at 10AM
Bingo Breakfast-3rd Monday at 9:00AM
Aldi’s - 4th Tuesday at 11 AM
Tai Chi - Every Friday at 9 AM
Monthly Dinner Dances
St Patrick’s Day Party - Thurs March 21
Spring Fling - Thurs April 25
50’s Dance - Thurs. May 23
Senior Prom - Thurs. June 20
Dinner Dance tickets may be purchased at the Recreation Dept.
Detroit Red Wings - April 1
Menopause the Musical - April 24-25
Caesars’ Windsor - May 5
Turkeyville - April 30
Tanger Shopping Day - May 14
Ethnic Dine Around - May 22
These trips and many more are scheduled so check with the Recreation Department for additional trips. For trips reservations and information, call 675-0920.
Senior Travel Club
The Brownstown Senior Travel Club meets on the second Monday of the month at 11:00 AM in the Community Center. Seniors can join for $10.00 and receive discounts on trips. Call Assistant Recreation Director Amy Thomas at 675-0920 for more info.
HOT LUNCHES AVAILABLE
In cooperation with the Wayne County Office of Nutrition Services, Hot Lunches are available to seniors age 60 and over. Lunch is served Monday through Friday at 12:00 Noon in the Brownstown Community Center. Suggested donation is $2.25 per meal. Reservations are due one day in advance and can be made by calling the Recreation Department at (734) 675-0920. Monthly menus are also available for pick-up at the Recreation Offices.
Hot Lunches are also delivered to qualified homebound seniors. Lunches are delivered Monday through Friday with frozen meals for emergency use. Any senior needing delivery should contact Wayne County Nutrition Program at 800-851-1454.
Through the use of a SMART Specialized Services Grant, the Township of Brownstown is pleased to offer transportation for seniors and disabled residents.
For a $1.00 co-pay, seniors and the disabled may ride the Senior Bus to the Community Center for scheduled activities.
Downriver Cab - available for transportation to Dr. appointments, banking, pharmacy, etc. $2.00 co-pay each way
Authorization is required so interested parties should contact Assistant Director Amy Thomas at (734) 675-0920.
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Funded through CDBG Grants, the Senior Chore Program assists
low to moderate income seniors, age 62 and older who meet income
guidelines, with minor routine home maintenance projects to help
seniors continue to live in their own homes. Services available
include grass trimming and snow removal. Please contact the
Brownstown Recreation Department at (734) 675-
0920 for more information or to obtain an application.
The Pleasure Seekers, Brownstown’s Senior Club, meets the 1st & 3rd Thursday of every month at 1 PM in the Community Center. The club regularly travels, hosts dinner dances and more. Annual dues are $10.
Volunteers are needed to help deliver hot lunches to area
Meals are delivered daily at about 11:00 AM and the route takes about an hour to complete. If you are willing to volunteer one or more days per week please contact Wayne County Meals on Wheels at (734) 675-0920.
Registration for all programs may be made in person at the Recreation Department, 21311 Telegraph, Brownstown, by phone with full payment on a credit card, or by completing the form below and submitting with full payment to:
21311 Telegraph Road
Brownstown, MI 48183
All Program fees include a $1.00 per participant administration fee. This fee is used to help off set the costs of running the Recreation Department and help the Department remain self sufficient.
Non-Residents are welcome in most programs and will be charged an additional $5.00 non-resident fee.
Fee Waivers Available
It is the policy of the Brownstown Recreation Commission that no Brownstown resident child will be turned away from a program due to the inability to pay a program registration fee.
If your child wishes to participate in any program, and you are unable to pay the registration fee, please request a fee waiver application from Parks & Recreation Director Mark W. Maxe at (734) 675-0920. All requests are handled confidentially.
If, for any reason, you are not fully satisfied with any program, a full refund of the program registration fee will be issued upon request. Just stop in the Recreation Department and tell us why you were dissatisfied with the program, and a full refund will be issued.
Ideas and suggestions for new programs are always welcome. If you have a particular program or event you would like to see offered by Brownstown Recreation, please contact Parks & Recreation Director Mark Maxe at (734) 675-0920.
In the event of inclement weather, all programs held at school facilities will be cancelled if schools are closed.