For athletic team questions, contact Jen Cotton (617) 448-3666
Youth – Winter Programs
Youth Basketball League
This is a recreational league for boys and girls in grades 1-8. Participants will be assigned to a team, with one week day practice and games are played on Saturdays. The first day of the program is Saturday, December 1 at child’s HOME SITE – Hunt Middle School, Champlain Elementary School or Boys & Girls Club. Participants please come dressed to play. Teams will be determined by grade and home site.
5th Quarter Basketball
Is your Hooper not ready for the basketball season to end? Then keep playing during March Madness, the best month of basketball there is!
Volunteer coaches will lead the four sessions and incorporate practice, as well as mini games each week
|3/2 – 3/23||Sa||1 – 2||1:00P – 2:00P|
|3/2 – 3/23||Sa||3 – 4||2:00P – 3:00P|
Youth Sports (Spring-Summer)
Burlington Youth Lacrosse
$70 Resident / $80 Non-resident
Burlington Youth Lacrosse, Inc. is fielding three boys and three girls teams at the 3-4, 5-6, 7-8 grade levels. Practices will be twice a week and are TBD based on field/weather conditions. Games are held once a week, on weekends, boys on Saturdays and girls on Sundays, during the month of May. Emphasis will be on basic stick skills and the fundamentals of lacrosse. The club strives to promote respect, teamwork, and commitment in a positive atmosphere. The coaches will provide final schedules (times & dates.) Burlington Youth Lacrosse, Inc. will offer scholarships for fees and assist with equipment needs. Scholarships will be handled at the time of registration. An additional $25 will be needed to cover lacrosse insurance; parents will need to go to www.uslacrosse.org to acquire this. Register through BPRW, but for more up-to-date information, go to www.btvlax.com.
Mon-Thu 4/1-6/9 5:30 PM-7:30 PM
Grades K, 1&2, 3&4, 5&6
$50 Resident / $60 Non-resident
Calahan, Leddy, OR Roosevelt
This popular program is for children entering K-6 in the fall. Teams play one-hour games on Sunday afternoons and have one week day practice, which is determined by the coaches. Shin guards are mandatory. Save money by registering by August 26, and pay only $50 resident/$60 non-resident. Fee after August 26 is $60/$70 and placement on a team is not guaranteed. For the kindergarten division a parent or guardian is required to attend all games and practices. Division III players must be able to commit to the entire season if enrolled in this program. Full scholarships are available at the Roosevelt Park site.
VOLUNTEER COACHES ARE NEEDED FOR THIS PROGRAM. Please contact Jen Cotton, firstname.lastname@example.org or 540-1089, if you’re interested. Mandatory background check and concussion training is required. Alpha Youth Sports coaching platform, will provide all coaches with a weekly lesson plan, so you don’t have to plan out your weekly practices.
Sun 8/25-10/13 12:00 PM-4:00 PM
Field Hockey Clinic
$65 Resident / $75 Non-resident
The experienced and energetic Champ Hockey staff will be teaching field hockey fundamentals in a fun and positive environment in this four-week clinic series. Our goal is for kids to experience the sport of field hockey, have an opportunity to learn the basic skills, and learn through play…all while having FUN! Field Hockey sticks will be available for use upon request. For additional questions, please email email@example.com.
Tue 5/7-5/28 5:30 PM-6:30 PM
$75 Resident / $85 Non-resident
CP Smith Elementary School
Burlington Parks, Recreation & Waterfront is offering youth football at three levels. Emphasis will be on teaching USA Heads-Up Football. The program is based upon Respect, Dedication, Teamwork and Sportsmanship. Scholarships are available, please contact our main office at 864.0123. For more information please contact Mark Houle at firstname.lastname@example.org
LEVEL 1 (Grades 2-4): Intro to Padded Flag – an instructional and fun introduction to the game.
Tue, Thu, Sat 8/19-10/31 5:30 PM-7:30 PM
LEVEL 2 (Grades 5-6): Padded Flag – a modified format to help teach the game.
Mon,Wed, Sat 8/19-10/31 5:30 PM-7:30 PM
LEVEL 3 (Grades 7-8): Padded Flag – a full game under VIFL rules.
Mon,Wed, Fri, Sat 8/19-10/31 5:30 PM-7:30 PM
Youth Track & Field
$50 Resident / $60 Non-resident
Burlington High School
The youth track program is designed with two main objectives in mind. First is the enjoyment of the sport. This program has consistently provided a platform for kids to develop strong social connections with teammates and coaches that carry on long after the summer ends. The second objective is general athletic growth. Curriculum provides age appropriate instruction centered around developing proper movement mechanics. Technical mastery is delivered in the context of track and field, but transferable to almost any other sport. Fee includes a Burlington Track t-shirt (which is the official team uniform for competition), and registration for two sanctioned, fully-automatic timed track meets.
Tue, Thu 6/18-7/23 6:30 PM-8:00 PM
Adult Fall-Winter Pick-up Games
Join other men and women for Sunday nights of co-ed soccer at Edmunds Middle School Gym. This is great fun for men and women ages 18 and up.
|1/6 – 4/14||Su||4:30P – 6:00P|
|1/6 – 4/14||Su||6:00P – 7:30P|
Pick-up Co-ed Volleyball
This is a coed pick-up league. Come as an individual to Edmunds Middle School on Tuesday nights and be placed on a team.
|10/2 – 4/16||Tu||7:00P – 9:30P|
This league is for women over the age of 18. Join other active Burlingtonians every Sunday night at the Miller Center for fun and exciting matches.
|9/30 – 4/28||Su||6:00P – 7:30P|
This league is for women over the age of 18. Join other active Burlingtonians every Wednesday nights.
|11/7 – 4/17||W||8:30P – 10:00P|