Parks & Recreation produces seasonal catalogs that provide the most up-to-date information about classes and activities, special events and camps. Registration for residents of Lake Oswego begins the Monday after you receive the catalog. You can view the current catalog here.
You can have a copy of the current catalog mailed to you by calling the Registrar at 503-675-2549. In addition to the published catalog, you can find all our classes and activities on the Online Registration website.
Scholarships are available for those who qualify. For more information about our scholarship program, please visit this page.
Just for Kids
Please Note: Most activities require registration; register online at www.lakeoswegoparks.org or call 503-675-2549 for more information.
Preschool (Ages 0-6)
Indoor Playground at the West End Building (WEB)
Winter/Spring Hours: Monday/Wednesday/Friday, 9:30a-11:30a. Closed 1/2, 1/16, 2/20, 3/1, 4/17 & 5/28. Join us with your young children (0-6 years) for indoor fun. This is a Drop-In Program. Pay the daily fee at the door, $3 for one child, $2 for each additional sibling. Or purchase a 10-visit punch card for $20 at the Parks & Rec front desk or online at www.lakeoswegoparks.org. Hosted by the PLAY Boutique and Lake Oswego Parks & Recreation.
In addition to Indoor Playground, Parks & Recreation also offers:
- Toddler Early Learning Experience
- Hooked on Phonics Reading Enrichment
- Child/Adult Art Programs
- Tiny Boppers and Mini-Ballerinas dance classes
- Pre-Piano program
- Skyhawks Sports Classes
- Luscher Farm Children's Garden Nature Programs
School-Agers (Ages 5-12)
Classes include art, dance, photography, Red Cross babysitting, sports & more! For the full catalog of kids & teens programs view the current catalog. Classes typically include:
- Afterschool and Saturday morning Art Classes
- Knitting for Beginners
- Lego Engineering
- American Red Cross Safety classes
- Piano Program and Private Lessons
- Ballet, Modern Kids Dance, and Bellydance
- Fencing Classes or Camps
- Gymnastics Classes
- Skate Park Open Skate or Camps
- Youth Cross Country Runs
Please Note: At this time, Lake Oswego Parks & Recreation does not offer a school-age (Ages 5-12) before/after school care program or full day care on no-school days.
Tweens & Teens (Ages 12-18)
Activities include the After School Activity Program (ASAP), events, volunteering, clubs & more! Check out the Teen Scene webpage here.
Get Creative! -- Painting, drawing, and glass fusion fusion classes (platters, plates, ornaments, wall pockets & more), knitting. View photos of the upcoming Bob Ross Oil Painting masterpieces here!
Get Interested! -- Cooking, gardening galore, health seminars, meditation, investment & financial planning, and foreign languages and more. Don't forget Luscher Farm has programs too! Explore the Luscher Farm website here.
Get Moving! -- Dance (line, ballroom and belly dance), stretching, Nia, Pilates, fencing, martial arts, many different forms of Yoga.....drop-in basketball and volleyball, league basketball, adult coed soccer, & adult slow-pitch softball.
Get Outdoors! -- Thursday Hikes & Rambles, more nature walks, boating, rafting, kayaking & canoeing, snowshoeing and cross country skiing, rock climbing, and even mountain climbing await you.
Specialized Recreation Programs (All Ages)
Persons with special needs are encouraged to participate in any of our programs. Please call Jan Wirtz at 503-675-2546 if you need any accommodations or if you have questions.
If you have any feedback on our programs or would like to submit a program request, we would love to hear from you! Download the Program Survey below for our online feedback form!
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