There are a variety of recreational programs and special events to meet the community's needs.
You can now register for Hiawatha's recreation programs online. If you are new to the system, you will need to create an account and enter each user from your household.
BLASTBALL (Ages 3-5 )
Blastball is a fast paced action game for kids that has all the excitement that t-ball lacks. This program teaches baseball/softball fundamentals: hitting, throwing and fielding. They will also learn teamwork and sportsmanship offering a lot of fun for players as well as parents. Sessions will consist of practices and scrimmages.
This instructional league is run like a mini clinic that
teaches the fundamentals of football. These include
such things as: throwing, catching, running, blocking,
hand-offs, learning plays/formations, etc.
Players have instructional practices the first 2
nights and games the remaining 6 nights of the
Add a little magic to the season and receive a letter from Santa, mailed directly to your child. Santa will write a letter to your child in an easy to read format. The letter will be mailed directly from Santa’s workshop so your child will be overjoyed to see his/her name on the envelope with Santa's name and address in the corner. Santa would love to write to your children, grandchildren, nieces or nephews no matter where they live! So, let the elves know if you would like to receive a letter this year!
Hiawatha is offering tennis lessons through the Westfield Tennis Club. Classes will be held at the tennis courts located in Guthridge Park. Only rain dates will be made up. Payments will be for the entire session, not pro-rated for missed classes. Minimum class size will be 2 with a maximum of 6 students. If there are fewer than 2 students registered, the class will be cancelled.
American Red Cross Babysitter's Training will provide youth who are planning to babysit with the knowledge and skills necessary to safely and responsibly give care for children and infants. This training will help participants to develop leadership skills; learn how to develop a babysitting business, keep themselves and others safe and help children behave; and learn about basic child care and basic first aid. Participants are required to bring a sack lunch.