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Spring activities with Milwaukee Recreation


Spring 2023 Recreation Guide

Milwaukee Recreation provides fun and affordable activities for all ages and abilities. This season, join us for a variety of programs at locations throughout the city! Click here to view the Spring 2023 Recreation Guide.

Participants are encouraged to register for our wide range of programs, including aquatics, cooking, fitness, outdoor education, music, martial arts, sports leagues & activities, and much more!

Here is everything you need to know for winter registration.

Registration Dates for Spring Programs in the Recreation Guide

  • City of Milwaukee Residents: Registration for programs in the Spring Recreation Guide begins March 2 at 10 a.m.
  • Non-residents: Registration for programs in the Spring Recreation Guide begins March 9 at 10 a.m.

Click here to register online when your registration period opens.


Inclusion Services Policy

Milwaukee Recreation is committed to creating and promoting inclusion within all facilities and programs that the department manages. Through the Inclusion Services Policy and supporting practices, we aim to ensure that everyone has access to the benefits of quality parks and recreation.

If a reasonable accommodation is needed for a participant to fully enjoy a recreation class, submit an ADA Accommodation Request by clicking this link: ADA Accommodation Request / Inclusion Complaint Form. If registering in person, please indicate that an accommodation is needed to the Milwaukee Recreation team member processing your registration.

Once your request is received, you will be contacted by a member of the Recreation team to discuss the specific accommodation needs prior to the start of the class.

Milwaukee Recreation needs two weeks to process accommodation requests.

Everyone Plays! Youth Scholarships

If you live in the city of Milwaukee and receive any state or federal assistance like WI Shares or SNAP, your children are eligible to receive a scholarship to pay for most classes in the Milwaukee Recreation Guide. This includes arts and crafts, cooking, dance, fitness, language skills, music, outdoor education, sports, swimming, and more!

Click here to learn more and apply! Every activity is carefully supervised and designed to allow youth to learn and grow in a safe, respectful environment. Everyone is welcome to participate, and accommodations will be made for all individuals.

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