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Toddler Basketball

Toddler Basketball Program

Overview: Join us for our Toddler Basketball program, where toddlers aged 2 to 4 can start learning the fundamentals of basketball in a fun and interactive setting. This program is designed to introduce young children to the sport of basketball while promoting physical activity and coordination. Parent participation is required, and each child will receive a shirt, a ball, and a medal to commemorate their participation.

Program Details:

  • Ages: 2 to 4 years old
  • Dates: Mondays, October 2nd through October 23rd
  • Time: 10:00 AM to 10:45 AM
  • Location: Recreation Complex, 4455 Sol Press Boulevard, Coconut Creek

Registration Information:

  • Cost: $35 for Coconut Creek residents, $45 for non-residents
  • Payment: Credit card payment only; no cash or checks are currently being accepted.
  • Registration: Space is limited to 10 participants, so register early to secure your spot.
    • Register online at
    • Walk-in registration is also available at the Recreation Complex or at the Community Center, 1100 Lyons Road.
  • WebTrac Account: You must have a WebTrac account prior to registering online. If you need assistance with setting up a WebTrac account, please contact the Recreation Complex at 954-956-1580.

Important Notes:

  • Both the child and the parent must wear sneakers during the program.
  • Parent participation is required, with one parent per child.
  • Each participant will receive a shirt, a basketball, and a medal.
  • For more information or inquiries, please call 954-956-1580.

Don't miss this opportunity to introduce your toddler to the exciting world of basketball while building essential skills in a fun and supportive environment. Register now and join us at the Coconut Creek Recreation Complex!

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