LO Parks and Recreation events and activities

by: SUBMITTED PHOTO - Lake Oswego Parks and Recreation will offer girls youth lacrosse this season. Join Lake Oswego Parks & Recreation for girls youth lacrosse. Young lacrosse enthusiasts will learn the fundamentals of women’s lacrosse in a fun environment.

Children participating will benefit in their mind as well as their body while working up a sweat and playing together. This atmosphere is great for young adults and creates social interaction.

Registration for the 2013 season opened for Lake Oswego residents on Jan. 24 and non-residents on Feb. 14. Space is limited so sign up soon. Programs are offered for ages 1 through 4. To find a program and registration information, visit

Adult Drop-In Sports — Looking for something active to do? The adult drop-in program is designed for the fun and fitness of Lake Oswego residents over 18. So grab all your Lake Oswego friends and get active. Open gyms are offered at local elementary schools. Volleyball begins in late September; basketball in October. Table Tennis starts in September. Bring identification for Lake Oswego resident rates. Non-residents may play if availability exists. For more information, visit

Adult Coed Recreational Soccer — The spring adult coed soccer league for men and women over 18 is here. Divisions include the open division (18+) and over 35 division. The eight game seasons run March 17 to mid June. Primary game days are Sunday afternoons and evenings. You may register as a team. Team registration fees are $495 plus forfeit fee will apply. Registration opens Jan. 31. The registration and payment deadline is Feb. 28. For more information, visit

Story time at the Lake Oswego Library — Join the Youth Action Council on Feb. 16 from 11 to 11:45 a.m. as they present a live reader’s theater performance of “The Cat In The Hat” and “Jack and the Bean Tree.” Enjoy refreshments and snacks during intermission. Come on out for this free event that’s open to all ages.

Sunday Evening Full Moon Stroll — Enjoy a full moon stroll while sipping on hot cocoa or hot cider. A ranger will lead tours and teach participants about the environment of Luscher Farm while walking on the newly finished Rosemont Stroll. Meet at Luscher Farm in front of the farmhouse and dress for the weather. All ages, Feb. 10, 6 to 7:30 p.m., $5.

Class registration information — Pre-registration is required for nearly all Parks & Recreation classes and activities. Class information is in the “Discover Active Living” catalog, available at the West End Building, also online at You may register by Internet, mail (at Lake Oswego Parks & Recreation, West End Building, 4101 Kruse Way, Lake Oswego, 97035), drop off materials during business hours at the WEB, fax to 503-697-6579 or phone 503-675-2549. Non-residents generally pay more than fees shown. Scholarships are available for Lake Oswego residents; call 503-635-0282.

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